Fighting Video Games2

Fighting games. In these titles controlled character is usually fighting with one opponent on a special arena or a ring. The player can use a couple of basic moves or many combos and special attacks which require pressing specific sequences of buttons to be triggered.

Released Games 331 Upcoming Games 15
Genre: Fighting
Themes
PC
PC / Windows110
WWW
PlayStation
Sony PlayStation 442Sony PlayStation 3109Sony PlayStation 263PlayStation Portable39PlayStation Vita29
Xbox
Microsoft XBOX ONE26Microsoft Xbox 36091Microsoft Xbox20
Mobile
Android OS13Apple iOS13Windows Phone2
Nintendo
Nintendo Switch2Nintendo Wii24Nintendo DS17Nintendo Wii U6Nintendo 3DS10Game Boy Advance10Nintendo GameCube12
Street Warriors Online
Street Warriors Online

Fighting 16 December 2016

An unusual brawler game, developed by the Polish team at Crazy Rocks Studios, that lets you play as hooligans fighting in illegal street fights. Hooligan Fighters was designed with multiplayer gameplay in mind, allowing up to 20 people play divided into two rivaling teams. You play as a hooligan who takes part in fights set in such locations as an unused subway station or a football field. In combat you can use fists and legs, but also various elements of environment, including metal pipes, trash cans, chairs, etc. After every fight you are rewarded with Respect Points that are necessary to develop your character’s skills by unlocking new fighting techniques that let you develop your own unique fighting style. Apart from two main game modes: Skirmish and Conquest, the players can also engage in 2v2 fights, as well as start and join clans.

Street Fighter IV
Street Fighter IV

Fighting 12 February 2009

Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Tekken Tag Tournament 2

Fighting 11 September 2012

An arcade fighting game developed by Bandai Namco. It is the second installment in the subseries focusing on fights 2vs2. The plot is non-canonical here, serving the purpose of the background for spectacular fighting. The game features over fifty well-known fighters participating in the titular tournament. The player can change both their appearances and weapons to one's liking. Before the fight begins, the player selects two combatants to be used interchangeably. The second installment of the Tag Tournament subseries improves and expands the tag mechanics, allowing the player to perform special attacks, such as complex combos or throws executed by two fighters together. Interactive elements of the in-game arenas can be used in combat as well, by hitting the opponent's head against a wall for example. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 offers regular game modes, including Tutorial, Training, as well as Versus and Arcade. Apart from the solo experience, the game features multiplayer competition for up to four players.

Soulcalibur V
Soulcalibur V

Fighting 31 January 2012

Tekken 5
Tekken 5

Fighting 24 February 2005

Another installment in one of the most popular series of fighting games developed for years by Bandai Namco Entertainment. In the fifth edition of King of Iron Fist Tournament a set of well-known fighters makes its appearance alongside three new ones (Asuka, Raven and Feng). Each character has their own motivation and goals, which constitutes the background for spectacular duels. Tekken 5 employs the well-known mechanics of its predecessors. As usual, the features four types of strikes (weak/strong punch, weak/strong kick) intuitively assigned to gamepad buttons. Combat takes place on three-dimensional arenas, where several interactive elements can be found, such as walls, columns or statues - these objects can be used in combat. Apart from the main tournament, Tekken 5 offers various game modes, such as versus, training or the adventure mode requiring the player to fight his way through waves of incoming enemies.

Ultra Street Fighter IV
Ultra Street Fighter IV

Fighting 03 June 2014

Stay Dead
Stay Dead

Fighting 23 July 2012

Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z

Fighting 23 January 2014

A dynamic 3D fighting game set in the Dragon Ball universe popularized by anime series and manga. Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z was created by ARTDINK - a Japanese developer popular for such titles as A-Train HX or Gundam Seed Battle Destiny. The players were offered a chance to assume the roles of their favorite heroes, such as Goku or Vegeta, as well as to participate in spectacular duels both in mid-air and on the ground. The game features several modes, such as a single player story campaign or an extensive multiplayer mode for up to 8 players. The game offers cel-shaded 3D graphics and because of that, resembles Dragon Ball comic books and cartoons to a large extent.

Pokken Tournament
Pokken Tournament

Fighting 18 March 2016

A three-dimensional fighting game with Pokémon. Pokkén Tournament has been made by the key creators of the Tekken and Soulcalibur series. It was initially released in Japanese arcades in July 2015. Wii U console version introduces many fixes, as well as a single player mode. Fights take the form of one on one duels on closed arenas. Players choose one of many available Pokémon, both from old and new generations of the main RPG series, including Lucario, Machamp, Suicune, Gardevoir, Pikachu, Gengar, Weavile, Charizard and Blaziken, among many others. Each uses a different fighting style and unique combos. There are also special combinations of buttons that let us summon another Pokémon as support. Pokkén Tournament lets the player face both artificial intelligence and other people, either through LAN or online.

Saint Seiya: Soldiers' Soul
Saint Seiya: Soldiers' Soul

Fighting 25 September 2015

An old-school fighting game, taking place in the Saint Seiya universe, known for its popular manga and TV series. The video game series was developed by Bandai Namco ever since the series' creation in 2006. The title stands out from other fighting games with its complex story, which focuses around the conflict between Knights of the Zodiac and Golden Saints. However, this installment pits the main hero, Seiya, and his companions against powerful resurrected enemies, who were endowed with godlike powers thanks to legendary armors. The player can choose from over 50 different fighters known to every Saint Seiya fan. Each contender has his individual set of moves and dodges, while the encounters surprise with their incredible speed. For this reason, the arcade combat system requires a lot of skill and good reflexes. The feeling of speed is further intensified by spectacular and dynamic visuals, with constant frame rate of 60 frames per second on every platform.

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe
Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe

Fighting 16 March 2017

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3

Fighting 09 November 2007

Another installment in a series of fighting games developed by Spike. The franchise was based on classic manga series by Akira Toriyama and takes the player to the titular Dragon Ball universe dominated by masters of different various martial arts. The game offers over 150 fighters representing different races, such as the Saiyan (Goku, Vegeta), inhabitants of the planet Namek (Piccolo), humans (Tenshinhan, Krillin) or androids (#17, #18). Each of the characters has a unique set of attacks and special abilities. Moreover, many of them are capable of transforming and accessing new, more powerful attacks by doing so. Fighting takes place in 20 in-game locations and particular arenas can be visited both in daylight and when it is dark. What complements Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, are high-quality visuals that remain faithful to the art style Toriyama has been popular for.

Shadow Fight 2
Shadow Fight 2

Fighting 30 April 2014

Def Jam: Fight for NY
Def Jam: Fight for NY

Fighting 01 October 2004

Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2
Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2

Fighting 02 November 2010

A production developed by Spike, based on the cult manga by Akira Toriyama. It is a classic fighting game in which the events from the Dragon Ball animated series serve as the story background for subsequent duels. In Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, more then 90 fighters are at players’ disposal, including 20 completely new ones. Heroes are different in terms available attacks and special abilities — the most notable one being the Kamehameha. Fights take place on varied arenas. Apart from the ones known from the game’s predecessor, the title features completely new battlefields. Compared to the original, the graphics were significantly enhanced (the advanced environment destruction is now not without influence on the course of a fight), while the camera system and controls were designed from scratch. The game also features the original Japanese dubbing accompanied by English subtitles.

Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2
Guilty Gear Xrd Rev 2

Fighting May 2017

Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi

Fighting 25 October 2011

Another fighting game by Spike, based on the cult manga created by Akira Toriyama. The rich plot is based on the story told in the Dragon Ball Z series and serves as the story background for subsequent duels between the most famous characters of the franchise, including Goku, Cell, and Vegeta. Combat takes place on spacious and varied arenas, while fighters use a rich arsenal of attacks and special abilities, the most notable one being the iconic Kamehameha. Compared to the previous works of the studio, Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi offers a reworked, user-friendly interface and simplified controls. Attractive graphics, faithful to the manga original, as well as dynamic soundtrack are among the game’s strengths. We can play both solo and with our friends — the multiplayer mode allows us to play over the Internet and in split screen mode.

Guilty Gear Xrd -Revelator-
Guilty Gear Xrd -Revelator-

Fighting 26 May 2016

A Japanese fighting game from the popular Guilty Gear series, originally started in 1998. The game was co-developed by Arc System Works and Daisuke Ishiwatari who has not only directed the game’s development, but also composed the soundtrack for the title. Guilty Gear Xrd –Revelator- is an extended edition of Guilty Gear Xrd –SIGN-. The improvements change the game’s balance and fix some of the bugs. The game introduces new playable characters (now there are +20 heroes, including Sol Badguy, Johnny, Jack-O, Jam Kuradoberi, and Dizzy, to mention just a few) and new chapters to the single player campaign. The title follows the events of the previous installments – the story is developed by cut-scenes in-between battles. Guilty Gear Xrd –Revelator- features 1 vs. 1 fights, which are conducted in a classic 2D perspective, while the backgrounds and characters are created in full 3D. However, due to the cel shading technology, the game retains a comic book-like visual style. Apart from the single player campaign and single battles, players can play in arcade mode and different multiplayer modes.

Mortal Kombat 4
Mortal Kombat 4

Fighting 04 July 1998

Elsword Online
Elsword Online

Fighting 27 December 2007

Franko 2
Franko 2

Fighting TBA

BlazBlue: Central Fiction
BlazBlue: Central Fiction

Fighting 06 October 2016

Another installment in the popular series of fighting games developed by Arc System Works. The story was divided into three chapters and it tells about the further adventures of characters known from the previous entries in the series. There are also new characters like Hibiki Kohaku, Naoto Kurogane and Hades Izanami. The gameplay is faithful to the roots of the series – BlazBlue: Central Fiction focuses on duels fought in two-dimensional environment. A special version of Distortion Drive called Exceed Accel is a novelty in the series – it allows the character to deal enormous damage. There is also the Active Flow mechanism that activates when a player plays very aggressively – it provides stronger attacks and faster Burst regeneration. Arcade Mode and Multiplayer are the main modes of the game and they are accompanied by Speedstar Mode (the objective is to defeat a specific number of opponents in limited time) and Alliance Mode (team battles in which the defeated opponents can join player’s team).

Def Jam: Icon
Def Jam: Icon

Fighting 06 March 2007