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Four-player simultaneous fighting game set in the Dragon Ball Z universe.
Rising to prominence through the American fighting game community, Divekick is an indie fighting game that distills the controls into two simple buttons, requiring clever strategy as players try to score the first hit with their divekick attack!
Tekken goes back to basics in this free-to-play spin-off of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, exclusive to the PlayStation 3.
The last two entries in the Darkstalkers trilogy return in this enhanced downloadable compilation for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
Tekken's combination trading card/social fighting game that utilizes psychical and digital trading cards in place of combos and traditional fighting game mechanics.
Tekken's tag-team spin-off returns for its second round, building on the game engine of Tekken 6 with a whopping 44-character roster (later updated to 59).
The sequel to BlazBlue: Continuum Shift for Japanese arcades. The updates include rebalancing of all existing characters, the inclusion of the previously console exclusive Mu-12 and the 3 DLC characters; Makoto, Valkenhayn and Platinum.
After a decade-long hiatus, Marvel vs. Capcom 3 continues the popular crossover fighting game series characterized by fast-paced gameplay, complex tag teams, and elaborate combos.
BlazBlue returns in the form of an updated and rebalanced version of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. With new modes, moves, characters, stages and fight mechanics.
The console version of Calamity Trigger makes its way to the PSP, adding unlimited versions of every character, a shop, and a new mode called Legion.
A spiritual successor to the "Budokai Tenkaichi" fighting game series based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime series, bringing Spike's gameplay to seventh-generation consoles.
BlazBlue is a 2D fighting game released by Arc System Works. With its high resolution sprites and 3D backgrounds, it is widely considered a spiritual sequel to Guilty Gear XX.
UFC 2009 Undisputed is a mixed martial arts fighting game developed by Yuke's Osaka, developers of the WWE SmackDown! games. It is the first UFC game to be released under the licensing agreement signed with THQ.
The twelfth main installment of the tag-team fighting game series features a complete overhaul of the series' 2D graphics, with the first major overhaul of the series' character sprites in 13 years.
Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion is an updated version of Tekken 6 for arcades, which has also been ported to PS3, Xbox 360 and PSP. The home console releases have been released simply as "Tekken 6".
This downloadable seventh iteration of Street Fighter II brings further rebalancing, remixed music, training mode, enhanced online multiplayer, and brand new hand-drawn high-definition graphics.
Castlevania Judgment is a 3D one-on-one fighting game exclusively for the Nintendo Wii. The game features characters from throughout the Castlevania timeline.
The supernatural kombatants of Mortal Kombat collide with the superheroes of the DC Universe in this crossover fighting game by Midway.
Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution 2 is an exclusive fighting game for the Nintendo Wii.
Released to arcades in 2008 and later ported to consoles, Street Fighter IV updates the venerable series with 3D graphics and a retooled 2D fighting system based on Street Fighter II. Its popularity has sparked renewed interest in the genre, clearing the way for many other successful fighters.
Strap on your fighting shoes and get ready to brawl on the Wii in the third installment of the Super Smash Bros. series.
The sixth main installment of the Tekken series brings improved graphics and animation, new characters, and new gameplay mechanics (including destructible stages).
The seventh installment in the violent fighting game franchise, featuring the most complete Mortal Kombat roster to date.
Continuing the tag-team mechanics of King of Fighters 2003, The King of Fighters XI is the eleventh main entry in the long-running fighting game series and the second in the Ash Saga.
The third main spin-off of the Mortal Kombat series, retelling the events of Mortal Kombat II through the eyes (and fists) of Shaolin warriors Liu Kang and Kung Lao.
Namco's signature martial arts fighting game series gets a fifth main installment that continues the story of Jin Kazama and the Mishima Zaibatsu. It's known for introducing persistent player rankings and appearance customization options (requiring use of a dedicated card reader in the arcade version).
The third game in the original Budokai trilogy of fighting games set in the Dragon Ball universe. Along with numerous gameplay changes, it features characters and settings from both Dragon Ball GT and some of the series' animated films.
The long-running King of Fighters series is brought to 3D for the first time, featuring a mix of new and classic characters as they battle in a tournament in modern-day Southtown.
UFC: Sudden Impact is the second game released on the Playstation 2 based on the popular mixed martial arts organization.
UFC: Tapout 2 is the second game released on the Xbox based on the popular mixed martial arts organization.
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