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consists of 4 releases.
Released Oct 08, 2002
Characters from various Sony franchises, and several guests from multi-platform games of the time. Battle it out in this crossover arena fighting game intended to compete with Nintendo's Super Smash Bros.!
Announced at E3 2010, Eat Them! lets players build their own city-stomping sci-fi monsters from numerous parts and rampage through town eating people and causing as much damage as possible to unlock more parts and set record scores.
The latest game in the Rampage series, where you take control of a giant creature and proceed to destroy cities, building by building. You battle against the evil Dr. Vector, the man responsible for turning you and other humans into these giant monsters.
Customize your own mini robot and duke it out against others in this crazy brawler for the Gamecube.
War of the Monsters is a 3D fighting game styled after old-school 'creature feature' films of the '50s and '60s, with a variety of playable characters inspired by movie monsters from that era.
The second in the Super Smash Bros. series brings the four-player brawling action to the GameCube, significantly expanding the roster and single-player content while refining gameplay.
Power Stone 2 is a classic 3D fighting arena video game developed by Capcom for the Sega Dreamcast. It is a sequel of the Power Stone released in 1999.
Choose from eight different characters and do battle in large environments, picking up weapons and collecting Power Stones to transform yourself into a super warrior capable of massive damage.
Destroy buildings, wreck cars, eat people. If this is what you are looking for in a game, you are in luck.
2D fighting game published by Bandai in 1993. It features Ultra Seven, Ultraman's successor, and some of his most memorable foes.
Giant beasts demolish Japanese cities while grappling each other in this kaiju-themed arcade game by SNK.
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