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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.
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.
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 third entry in Examu's signature all-girl fighting game series, further revamping the gameplay mechanics of its previous games while building up the roster.
The third installment of the Melty Blood series.
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.
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.
An indie 2D fighting game from a development circle made up primarily of three ex-SNK developers, featuring gameplay highly reminiscent of the Street Fighter III series.
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.
The fifth installment in Namco's Soul series of weapon-based fighting games, Soulcalibur IV is the first to be released on seventh-generation consoles and the first online entry in the series. It's known for its use of Star Wars characters as guest fighters.
The full-fledged sequel to the all-girl fighting game Arcana Heart, featuring revamped gameplay and new fighters and Arcanas to choose from.
The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match is a rebalanced version of The King of Fighters '98 with new characters.
The third revision of Guilty Gear X2 adds new gameplay mechanics and special moves while re-designing the game's aesthetics.
Made by the team that developed Samurai Shodown V, Arcana Heart features a hand-drawn anime aesthetic, an all-girl fighter roster, and a unique assist character system known as "Arcana".
Developed by the team behind the Guilty Gear series, Fist of the North Star is a fighting game adaptation of the hyper-violent post-apocalyptic manga and anime of the same name.
The tale of Soul Calibur continues in the series's fourth entry, adding a variety of new game modes and features (including an in-depth character creation system).
An updated port of the indie PC fighting game Melty Blood, and the first in the series to be released in arcades.
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 first in a long-running revision history of Guilty Gear X2 adds numerous gameplay balance changes and is the first in the franchise to feature online multiplayer (in its the Xbox version).
An indie fighting game for the PC from doujin studios Watanabe Production and Type-Moon, based on Type-Moon's horror-fantasy eroge visual novel Tsukihime.
K-1 Pocket Grand Prix 2 is a Kickboxing game, published by Konami, it was released only in Japan in 2002.
The third main entry in the Soul series, Soulcalibur II is best known for its release on all three major consoles at the time, each of them featuring their own exclusive guest character.
The fourth main installment in the Tekken series, bringing the game engine to the PS2 era and experimenting with a variety of new gameplay mechanics (such as closed arenas, where players can use walls and other obstacles for consecutive combos).
The first major update to the Guilty Gear fighting game series brings new higher-quality spritework and new combo-heavy game mechanics.
One of the most legendary crossover fighting game series is thrown into high gear with a whopping 56-character roster and new three-on-three tag-team gameplay.
The third and final iteration of Street Fighter III, including a wealth of gameplay and design revisions while introducing several new combatants.
The sequel to Namco's earlier fighting game Soul Edge, continuing the story of the cursed blade "Soul Edge" (now corrupting the noble knight Siegfried into the dreaded knight Nightmare).
The last and largest installment of the Street Fighter Alpha trilogy adds even more characters while adding three unique "fighting styles" (each with special abilities and traits). GO FOR BROKE!
Featuring high-resolution anime-style graphics and a heavy metal soundtrack, Guilty Gear is a stylish 2D fighting game by Arc System Works for the PlayStation.
Some of Capcom's greatest video game heroes are pitted against Marvel's finest superheroes in the third entry of the Marvel vs. Capcom crossover series.
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