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A fighting game with anthropomorphic martial artists.
A "virtual arcade" compilation featuring 32 of Capcom's classic arcade games, with 1943: The Battle of Midway free-of-charge.
An action RPG that chronicles the entire Dragon Ball Z storyline.
The worlds of Flappy Bird and Street Fighter combine to form a surprisingly competent and enjoyable mishmash.
An NES sequel to Way of the Exploding Fist. It was essentially finished, but remained unreleased for decades until Piko Interactive picked up the rights.
A Shonen Jump mash-up fighting game with a gritty, realistic aesthetic, and real-world locations.
Fast Break is a retro-styled runner game starring the eponymous superhero, a karate instructor with superhuman speed.
A 4-on-4 battle game in the Dragon Ball Z universe.
A game compilation celebrating the original SNK's 40th anniversary. It includes 25 games, all of which were released for arcades and/or NES prior to the Neo Geo.
In celebration of the 30th anniversary of the Street Fighter series, Capcom released a fighting game compilation of the series' 12 main arcade games from the '80s and '90s.
The King of Fighters Destiny is a brawler loosely based on the CGI animated series of the same name.
From the developers of the Guilty Gear Xrd series of fighting games comes a more traditional tag-team fighting game adaptation of the Dragon Ball manga and anime.
The seventh installment of the long-running Marvel vs. Capcom series bring a cinematic twist to the formula (where a merger of two robotic super-villains and some of the Infinity Stones causes Marvel and Capcom universes to converge into one).
The third DragonBall Heroes game to be released on 3DS.
A second time-traveling romp through the DragonBall series.
Dragon Ball Fusions is a role playing game with a strong emphasis on the series' character-combining "Fusion" role.
The first in the main King of Fighters series to combine its traditional 2D 3-on-3 gameplay with new 3D visuals. It also begins the series' fourth storyline arc.
The fifth numbered entry in Capcom's signature fighting game series revamps the game's mechanics yet again while using a new system for post-release content.
Sumo wrestlers and Street Fighter characters race horses for some reason.
A traditional 2D fighting game from the developers of the Guilty Gear and Blazblue series, boasting optional tag-team gameplay and almost 100 assist characters.
The seventh main installment of the Tekken series brings the conflict within the Mishima clan to its conclusion.
The final update to Dead or Alive 5 brings the game to PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Last Round features more characters, stages, and costumes than any other Dead or Alive game to date.
A fighting game for PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, and PC set in the Dragon Ball Z universe.
Street Fighter: Puzzle Spirits is a match game in the Street Fighter series.
DragonBall Ultimate Swipe is a touch-based fighting game for mobile devices.
Tekken goes back to basics in this free-to-play spin-off of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, exclusive to the PlayStation 3.
Capcom, Sega, and Namco team up for this crossover strategy RPG for the 3DS using some of their most iconic characters. A spiritual sequel to Namco X Capcom.
The two leaders in the fighting game genre collide in this ultimate tag-team mash-up. Will you cross the line?
A 3DS installment of the popular sports compilation series.
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