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Released Sep 22, 1998
The first sequel to Tecmo's signature 3D fighting game series, Dead or Alive 2 features an improved visual style and new multi-tiered environments (filled with their own unique hazards and sizes).
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A 3D fighting game exclusive to the Nintendo 64 that uses a unique point-based system to determine who wins.
Combining the pure 3D fighting of Virtual Hiryū no Ken with a super-deformed sequel to SD Hiryū no Ken, Flying Dragon brings two distinct fighting game styles into one Nintendo 64 cartridge.
A tokusatsu-inspired sci-fi fighting game for the Nintendo 64, featuring a mode where players can train their own AI opponent to fight like them.
Mortal Kombat 4 is the fourth installment of one of the most violent fighting game franchises of all time, moving the series to 3D while introducing limited weapon-based combat.
Atari Games's sole 3D fighting game is a medieval-fantasy tale set in a grimdark 13th-century world, where powerful lords of Europe, Arabia, and Asia seek to control the power of the demonic Mace of Tanis.
Set nearly twenty years after the events of its predecessor, the third Tekken features an overhauled roster and reworked 3D movement system, and the console version adds new characters and minigames.
The first in Tecmo's signature 3D fighting game series, Dead or Alive introduces the world to a special "rock-paper-scissors" system with strikes, grapples, and counter-attacks.
The third installment of Sega-AM2's signature 3D fighting game series, Virtua Fighter 3 features one of the most advanced 3D graphical engines prior to the release of the Sega Dreamcast. It also introduces a variety of unique fighting game stage layouts, including environments with uneven grounds (such as stairways).
The second game in Sega-AM2's signature 3D fighting game series builds upon its predecessor with significantly improved graphics, new gameplay mechanics, and two new fighters.
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