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consists of 9 releases.
Released November 2004
Naruto Shippuden: Clash of Ninja Revolution 3 is an exciting new fighting game based on the hit Naruto Shippuden animated series, exclusively for Wii
Sequel to Kinnikuman Muscle Grand Prix MAX. This game is only released in Japan by Sept 25, 2008.
The sixth sequel in the Naruto: Gekitou Ninja Taisen! series of games based on the Naruto anime. It contains 30 characters from the Naruto Shippuuden storyline
The last game in the original "Budokai Tenkaichi" trilogy of fighting games based on the Dragon Ball manga and anime series, bringing the total character roster to over 140.
The second game in the Naruto Uzumaki Chronicles sub series. Play as Naruto and other Ninja's as you battle enemies on many different levels.
A PlayStation Portable entry in the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja series released outside of Japan.
Mortal Kombat: Unchained is a port of Mortal Kombat: Deception for the PSP.
The fifth main installment of Sega-AM2's signature fighting game series, using PC-based arcade hardware to deliver the most advanced graphical capabilities of video games in the mid-to-late 2000's.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2 is Naruto's inaugural adventure on the PSP. In the west, a heavily modified version was released first, relegating this to a sequel.
A cel-shaded arcade fighting game adaptation of the Dragon Ball manga and anime. Led by some of the team behind some of Capcom's finest fighting game franchises, Super Dragon Ball Z brings a more traditional fighting game aesthetic in an era better known for the "Budokai" and "Budokai Tenkaichi" series.
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).
The third game in the original Budokai trilogy of fighting games set in the Dragon Ball universe. Along with numerous gameplay changes, it features characters and settings from both Dragon Ball GT and some of the series' animated films.
Shaman King Power of Spirit is a Fighter/Strategy game hybrid for the PS2, based on the shaman king anime/manga.
A package of both Dead or Alive and a Dead or Alive 2 (recreated for the Xbox) both enabled with online play.
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection combines SFIII: 3rd Strike and Hyper Street Fighter II: Anniversary Edition onto one disc.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja is the first Naruto fighting game on the PS2.
Mortal Kombat: Tournament Edition is the second GBA "port" of Deadly Alliance.
X-Men Next Dimension is a 3D fighting game featuring characters like Cyclops, Wolverine, Magneto, Rogue, and many more. It is the spiritual successor to the Mutant Academy games.
The definitive version of Virtua Fighter 4 with two new characters, more characters, and the original Virtual Fighter playable.
The fourth main installment of the Virtua Fighter series continues its trend of using the most powerful hardware at the time for groundbreaking visuals, while introducing online connectivity for Japanese arcades (allowing players to track their stats and customize their fighters' appearances).
Battle it out with classic Star Wars characters in classic Star Wars locales in this 3D weapon-based fighting game for the PlayStation.
The second iteration of Street Fighter III, updating the original game while adding three new combatants and a new gameplay mechanic ("EX Special Moves").
The sequel to the heavily-hyped but critically reviled game Rise of the Robots. This 2D fighter continued the story of the first game, adding new characters, and Mortal Kombat-style finishing moves. Brian May returned to provide some music for the game.
The third installment of the 3D weapon-based fighting game series, Battle Arena Toshinden 3 doubles the game's roster while introducing new gameplay changes (such as combo chains and enclosed arenas). It is also the last in the series to be released in North America.
A Japan-only 2D fighting game for the Super Famicom that featured famous kaiju such as Godzilla and Mothra among others. It is the sequel to the TurboGrafx-CD fighter game Godzilla: Battle Legends.
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