An ambitious Xbox Live Indie Game from Arkedo Studios that was set to take full advantage of Kinect's motion tracking abilities... until it was realized that Kinect wasn't actually powerful enough to scan finger movements, and the game was cancelled.
300: March to Glory is a hack n slash action game based on the Frank Miller comic book series and 2007 movie of the same name, 300.
A classic side-scrolling brawler from Jaleco, that follows Private Eye Rick Anderson, and his protege Allen Tombs as they rescue a client's kidnapped daughter from the evil clutches of the Legacy Corperation.
Abobo's Big Adventure is a fan-service homage and parody of the 8-bit gaming era.
Based on the animated series and manga of the same name, Afro Samurai is a character action game that pits Afro (voiced by Samuel L. Jackson) against a horde of enemies. Published and developed by Namco Bandai Games Inc. with the help of Surge.
Alien Storm is an arcade beat-em-up by Sega in the same vein as the more successful Golden Axe. The game was ported to a number of different home systems, most notably the Sega Genesis.
A brawler game developed by Jorudan for the SNES. It is the first AvP game created, and is not connected to Capcom's arcade release.
Aliens: The Arcade Game. Released by Konami in 1990
It's acid-blooded facehuggers against honor-bound alien hunters with explosives on their arm in this movie-based PSP game.
Four decades' worth of Japanese heroes come together in an old-fashioned beat-em-up for the Nintendo DS.
Sequel to the original Rider Generation for the Nintendo DS. Bigger, longer, operating from orbit, and stuffed with more content.
Altered Beast is a side-scrolling beat-'em-up that puts the player in control of a resurrected centurion who possesses the ability to shape shift into many beasts, such as a wolf, dragon, tiger and bear. Altered Beast was the original pack-in game for the Genesis in North America.
Guardian of the Realms is the sequel to the Genesis classic Altered Beast. There are more worlds and more beasts to transform into as you fight the evil Arcanon. Power up!
A beat 'em up for the PC Engine focusing around girl gangs in Tokyo. It was released only in Japan. It features a frequently amusing soundtrack.
Armored Warriors, the beat'em up from Capcom that features mechs as playable fighters.
Combining elements of a shooter, platformer, and beat-em-up, Omega Factor is a side-scrolling action game that takes its title character through creator Osamu Tezuka's entire body of work.
Asura's Wrath is an interactive anime action title that tells the tale of violent demigod Asura on a quest for vengeance against the cabal of gods that betrayed him.
Azumi is a Beat-'Em Up game created by ESP Software.
B. Rap Boys, created by Kaneko, is a side scrolling beat-em' up arcade game that was released in 1992. It featured near CD quality music with vocals.
Back Street Soccer is a Korean soccer arcade game released by SunA in 1996. The game borrows heavily from the Data East arcade game Street Hoop (Dunk Dream in Japan)
Bad Street Brawler is a side-scrolling beat-em-up released for several home computer system such as the Commodore 64 as well as the NES. The NES version is notable for being one of two games specifically designed for use with the Power Glove accessory.
The beat-em-up arcade game based on the 1989 Tim Burton film, Batman.
Infinity Blade meets Batman in this prequel spin-off of Batman: Arkham City.
Take on the mantle of the Tomorrow Knight as he takes on a ghost of his mentor's past, the clown prince of crime, in this beat-em-up tie-in to the 2000 animated movie of the same name.
Foil the plans of Two-Face and The Riddler as either Batman or Robin in this brawler based on the 1995 film of the same name.
Team up as Batman or Robin in this insane beat 'em up (featuring crazy power-ups and fast combos) based on the 1995 Batman Forever film.
Guide the caped crusader as he fights through hordes of circus performers to foil the plans of The Penguin and Catwoman in this action game based on the 1992 movie of the same name.
When Gotham City's slums have been transformed into a secluded super-prison, it's up to Batman to uncover its conspiracy in the sequel to 2009's Batman: Arkham Asylum.
An origin story for the acclaimed Batman-Arkham franchise. Developed by WB Games Montréal.
The worst criminals in Gotham City have broken out of Arkham Asylum and it is up to Batman and Batgirl to put them back in this handheld platformer based on The New Batman Adventures animated TV series.
A new villian begins his reign on Gotham City, and it's up to Batman and his allies to stop him in this brawler based on The New Adventures of Batman and Robin animated TV series.
A Sci-Fi beat'em up from Capcom that was only released in Japan and Europe in 1997.
A sequel to Battle Rage
Battle Rage is a Beat-em-Up game featuring liberal use of...robots. Originally released for the PC, Data Design is incorporating the motion-sensing capabilities of the Wii to give a new twist to the game's controls.
A Super Famicom beat-'em up with an all female cast.
The arcade Battletoads is a beat-em-up done in the same spirit as Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, X-Men, The Simpsons, and Bucky O Hare.
Battletoads is a genre-defying tale of two toads' quest to rescue their kidnapped friends from the clenches of the Dark Queen. Where Frogger brought frogs to the forefront of videogaming, Battletoads taught children that toads weren't frogs and were here to kick some ass.
A crossover beat-em-up game featuring characters from the Double Dragon and Battletoads franchises.
Battlemaniacs is the first SNES version of the popular Battletoads series, infamous both for its unique humour and brutal difficulty.
A Game Boy port of Battletoads for the NES. This version is single player only and has fewer levels.
The second Wii U-exclusive from PlatinumGames and sequel to Bayonetta.
An open-world brawler RPG developed by Cavia and published by Capcom.
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