Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes
A PlayStation Portable entry in the Naruto: Ultimate Ninja series released outside of Japan.
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy is a 3D arena fighting game featuring the characters of the Cartoon Network television show.
Asuka 120% Reborn
Opera House revives the Asuka 120% series for the Nintendo Switch and... SEGA MEGADRIVE!?
Asuka 120% Special Burning Fest.
The third main revision to the Asuka 120% series marks the series' first 32-bit console release, adding a new "Burning Gauge" mechanic.
Iron & Blood: Warriors of Ravenloft
A 3D fighting game set in the Dungeons and Dragons fantasy universe, more specifically the dark Gothic-horror setting of Ravenloft.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Heroes 2: Phantom Fortress
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 Taiwanese arcade 2D fighting game with a bizarre cast (including clowns, mutants, and a Chinese folk hero).
Akatsuki Shisei Ichigō
An indie 2D fighting game developed in 2003 by the doujin group SUBTLE STYLE.
Samurai Shodown II
The second entry in SNK's historical-fantasy fighting game series adds a variety of new fearsome warriors, advanced techniques (such as rolling, ducking, and hopping), and deadly special moves (including powerful ones used specifically with the Rage Meter).
Samurai Shodown III: Blades of Blood
The third installment of SNK's popular weapon-based fighting game series overhauls the roster, sprite style, and gameplay mechanics of the previous two games.
Twelve of the fiercest warriors of the late 18th century engage in duels to the death as a dark power rises over Japan in the first weapon-based fighting game for the Neo Geo.
Samurai Shodown V Special
An enhanced update of Samurai Shodown V, bringing back bosses and "Fatality" effects of older games. It is known as the last official game released for the long-running Neo Geo hardware.
Them's Fightin' Herds
Combative quadrupeds duke it out in this 2D fighting game based on the cutesy hand-drawn art style of the My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic animated cartoon.
Street Fighter V
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.
Ultra Street Fighter IV
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.
Fighting game released in 1995 for Classic Mac OS developed by Adam Winiecki. Pre-rendered CG animals compete in 1 vs 1 fights.
Samurai Shodown V
Created after Playmore's acquisition of SNK, this prequel to the entire Samurai Shodown series completely revamps the button layout again (adding a new Dodge button, bringing back the second game's maneuvers for good use) while adding a variety of new combatants.
Samurai Shodown VI
Originally released for the Atomiswave arcade system, Samurai Shodown VI is a "dream match" installment featuring all fighters from the main series and the ability to choose between a variety of different gameplay styles.
A reboot of the sword-slashing series of the same name, Samurai Shodown combines an updated 3D cel-shaded style with the series's traditional 2D roots.
Basic 2D fighting game released in 1992 for Classic Mac OS developed by Tony Small aka CelluSoft.
A traditional fighting game exclusive to Amiga computers (as well as the CD32) in Europe, featuring a large 18-character roster, smooth character and background animations, and gameplay accurate to other popular fighting games of the era.
Shaolin vs Wutang
The second fighting game developed by Jae Lee Productions as a love letter to classic martial arts films, featuring a roster of 30 fighters (each based on a particular martial arts film character).
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
The final game in the Fatal Fury franchise, Garou is set ten years after the death of Geese Howard, and features eleven brand new characters for the player to take control over.
Combat Core is a multiplayer 3D arena fighting game inspired by arena fighters from the N64 and Dreamcast era of 4 player brawlers.
Rose & Camellia
A short little Flash game by the makers of La-Mulana about the elegant art of feminine conflict.
Guilty Gear -Strive-
The eighth main installment of the Guilty Gear fighting game series, bringing a stylish new UI and high-octane soundtrack while building on their 3D cel-shading technique (which resembles CG anime).
A 2D fighting game by Aorn, featuring characters with large animal spirits accompanying them.
Spectral Vs Generation
A crossover 2D fighting game featuring characters from two Idea Factory tactical-RPG series: Spectral Force and Generation of Chaos.
Bloody Roar Extreme
Bloody Roar Extreme is the Xbox port of Bloody Roar 3. It had the same special features as Bloody Roar Primal Fury for Gamecube.
Dragon Ball FighterZ
From the developers of the Guilty Gear Xrd series of fighting games comes a more traditional tag-team fighting game adaptation of the Dragon Ball manga and anime.
Granblue Fantasy: Versus
A fighting game spin-off of the mobile RPG Granblue Fantasy, developed by the studio behind the Guilty Gear and BlazBlue series.