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The sequel to Blade Arcus from Shining introduces characters from Shining Resonance Refrain.
A 2v2 crossover fighting game from the team behind the BlazBlue series, featuring characters from the fighting game series BlazBlue, Persona 4 Arena, and Under Night In-Birth, as well as the animated series RWBY.
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 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).
When a new league of supervillains threatens alternate-universe Earth, it's up to Batman's crew of superheroes (and their shaky alliance with Superman's ruthless Regime) to stop them.
A mobile companion game to the console/PC/arcade fighter. It is a card-collecting tap/swipe fighter that tells story points outside of the main game, with the story mode's first "season" acting as a prequel.
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.
The latest addition to the Arc System Works anime fighting game franchise, BlazBlue. Featuring new characters, new story, and a couple new game mechanics.
Like Continuum Shift before it, BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma receives an "Extend" version, increasing the character count, developing further storylines, tweaking balance, and more.
The tenth installment of the bloody and storied fighting game franchise picks up decades after the events of the 2011 franchise re-boot, as new and returning kombatants fight throughout the realms over the power of an imprisoned evil.
An updated version of the indie game Yatagarasu, adding new characters and numerous gameplay changes while adding a new "Dynamic Commentary" system, English localization, enhanced online multiplayer, and an arcade release.
Only possible with Ryu, a DLC fighter from Capcom's Street Fighter series who allow maintains command based special moves.
The third major installment of the Street Fighter IV legacy adds characters and stages from Street Fighter X Tekken, a brand new fighter, new gameplay mechanics (including the ability to bring both Ultra Combos into the fight), and a variety of balance tweaks, training enhancements, and new modes.
The fighting game series that defined high-risk, high-reward combos returns as a free-to-play launch title for the Xbox One, later receiving constant updates with new characters and game modes. It can also be played on Windows 10 systems with cross-platform multiplayer.
The DC Universe's most powerful heroes and villains collide in this fighting game from the creators of the Mortal Kombat series.
A true sequel and new installment in the BlazBlue franchise, taking place after the events of Continuum Shift.
The fourth and final revision of Guilty Gear XX further refines all characters (including new and rebalanced commands) while including the two normally-hidden characters from the start (refining them to be tournament-legal).
Take control of fierce female warriors in a 1940s dark Deco world in this stylish indie fighting game developed by (and for) hardcore fighting game enthusiasts.
The two leaders in the fighting game genre collide in this ultimate tag-team mash-up. Will you cross the line?
Yet another updated version of "BlazBlue Continuum Shift", this time for the PS Vita, PS3 & Xbox 360. Features a new playable character and additional features.
A standalone update to Marvel vs Capcom 3 featuring new modes, characters, stages, an enhanced online experience, and large-scale rebalancing of core systems and the existing roster.
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.
One of the goriest fighting game franchises returns to its roots, introducing a new story that re-tells the events of the first three Mortal Kombat games (with a unique twist).
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.
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.
BlazBlue returns in the form of an updated and rebalanced version of BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger. With new modes, moves, characters, stages and fight mechanics.
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.
Widely considered a spiritual successor to the studio's Guilty Gear series, BlazBlue is a fighting game with highly-detailed hand-drawn character graphics and a story involving sorcery and science.
Guilty Gear 2: Overture overthrows the 2D versus fighting of the Guilty Gear franchise's previous installments, throwing in a hybrid of 3D third-person hack-and-slash combat with troop management similar to Defense of the Ancients.
An enhanced version of the console version of Guilty Gear XX Accent Core, re-adding previously-removed game modes and characters while including a brand new Story Mode set after the events of the previous Guilty Gear XX games.
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