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Developed by legendary Japanese developer Treasure, Hajime no Ippo is another solid boxing game based on the popular Japanese manga and anime of the same name. Unlike the two Victorious Boxer games, The Fighting was never released outside of Japan.
Knockout Kings was EA's flagship boxing title prior to Fight Night.
The sequel to Namco's original 3D fighting game adds new characters and a variety of new moves and unique attacks.
A Japan-exclusive behind-the-back arcade fighting game set in the world of Dragon Ball, using graphical effects to simulate 3D using hand-drawn graphics. Although it was distributed with standard controls, a known "deluxe edition" of the game existed (with limited full-body motion sensing).
A superhero game developed by Taito. It was initially a first-person, pressure-sensitive, fighting game, for the arcades. It was then released as a brawler for the SNES console.
Punch-Out!! meets sword-and-sorcery in this over-the-shoulder hack-and-slash action game for Neo Geo systems.
Action-adventure-RPG released in 1987 by Konami only in Japan. It features both side-scrolling and "3D" (third-person, behind-the-shoulder) segments, open-world exploration, and hack & slash combat, including the earliest third-person hack & slash combat.
Mat mania is a professional wrestling arcade game created by Technos Japan in 1985. The player, YOU, wrestles his way to the championship in the Technos Wrestling Association, or TWA.
An arcade game released by Nintendo in 1985, Arm Wrestling is similar to Nintendo's more famous Punch-Out!! games in that it pits the player against a series of cartoonish opponents.
An early fighting game from Konami, considered to be one of the founding titles of the genre.
The game that kick-started the arcade fighting game genre, Karate Champ features 1-on-1 competition for two players based on the format of points-based karate matches.
A simplistic boxing game released on the SG-1000, MSX, and arcade, by Sega in 1983.
1981 DECO Cassette System arcade action game, where DECO Kid flies and punches enemies in side-scrolling environments. Ahead of its time, it set precedents for mechanics such as multi-directional scrolling, bosses, energy bars, debris, invincibility, and score combos.
A 1981 boxing game from Sega. It introduced a pressure-sensitive boxing bag controller to measure a player's punching power.
A boxing game from Sega, originally released in 1976. It was an early example of a fist-fighting game. A remake was later released in 1987.
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