a well-known arcade combat game that helped make the one-on-one combat game genre famous. By employing special attacks and combos, players choose a character and battle their way through a variety of adversaries.
A 3D fighting game with a cast of fighters who use different combat styles and strategies. The emphasis of the game is on strategic gameplay, requiring players to anticipate the moves of their opponents and adjust to various circumstances.
A well-liked fighting game distinguished by excessive bloodshed and harsh ending techniques. The game's cast of characters is diverse, and each one has special skills and fatal flaws.
a fighting game using well-known Nintendo game characters including Mario, Link, and Pikachu. Up to 8 people can fight at once in the multiplayer combat that are emphasised in the game.
a fighting game that combines elements of the Marvel and Capcom universes. The game has quick action as players chain up special skills and combinations.
A 2D fighting game renowned for its distinctive characters and rock music. The game has a strong tutorial system that makes it accessible to new players while also giving veteran players depth.
A fighting game based on the popular Dragon Ball anime and manga. The game features fast-paced battles with anime-style visuals, including signature moves and transformations from the series.
a remake of the venerable fighting game franchise from the 1990s. The game offers a wide variety of playable characters, each with their own special playstyle, and a "combo breaker" system that lets players halt their opponents' combos.
A 3D fighting game with combat based on weaponry. Characters from a variety of backgrounds and combat styles are featured in the game.
a remake of the legendary Samurai Shodown television series from the 1990s. The game has a large cast of various characters, each with their own special abilities and weapons, and it also has a "rage gauge" system that awards players for receiving damage.