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The tale of Soul Calibur continues in the series's fourth entry, adding a variety of new game modes and features (including an in-depth character creation system).
MTV Celebrity Deathmatch is a video game based off of the popular clay-mation television show. Playable characters include a myriad of celebrities such as Carrot Top, Mr. T, and Jerry Springer.
Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition is the second GBA "port" of Deadly Alliance.
The sequel to WWF WrestleMania 2000 and often hailed as one of the greatest wrestling games ever.
From the slums of Shaolin, Wu-Tang clan strikes again! The RZA, The GZA, Ol' Dirty Bastard, U-God, Inspectah Deck, Method Man, Ghostface Killah, Raekwon the Chef and Masta Killa all come hard, so it's best to watch ya step kid, and to protect ya neck!
WrestleMania 2000 is THQ's first game with the WWF license. It uses the AKI engine and was released on the N64 at the height of WWF's "Attitude Era." It is still considered one of the best wrestling games ever released.
A 3D fighting game featuring free-form movement and guest characters from Square's hit JRPG Final Fantasy VII. The console version features a bonus action RPG built from the "Quest Mode" in the developer's earlier Tobal series.
The sequel to the heavily-hyped but critically reviled game Rise of the Robots. This 2D fighter continued the story of the first game, adding new characters, and Mortal Kombat-style finishing moves. Brian May returned to provide some music for the game.
Nine gang leaders battle it out for control over Tokyo city in this AM3 developed arcade fighting game. It was the first motion captured fighting game released back in May 1996 to Arcades in Japan.
A side-scrolling brawler released in 1989 by Kaneko for the Arcade and, later, Genesis. The game features a uniquely Japanese take on mid-to-late 80s hip-hop/urban culture. DJ Boy is a rollerskater hoping to win the "Rollergame" fight-race competition in Cigaretch city.
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