An martial-arts brawling game set in contemporary China where the player is a rapidly-aging kung-fu student on a lifelong quest to take revenge on his family's killers.
Challenge of the Dragon
An NES brawler from Sachen. Oddly one of two games in the same genre for the same platform with the same title.
Bushido Blade 2
The sequel to Bushido Blade on the Playstation. It is a fighting game set in modern Japan.
Franko: The Crazy Revenge
A violent beat-'em-up developed and set in Poland. Known for its notoriously low quality.
Best of the Best: Championship Karate
A martial arts fighting game released early in the SNES/Genesis era. It is known in Japan as Super Kick Boxing, and in Europe as Andre Panza Kick Boxing.
New Fatal Fury / Garou (Working Title)
SNK is developing a new Fatal Fury fighting game for the first time in over 20 years.
The Rumble Fish 2
Dimps's 2004 fighting game makes a return with a revamped Offensive/Defensive Gauge system and some new combatants.
The Rumble Fish
A 2D arcade fighting game by Dimps, featuring a unique animation style where each of the fighters' limbs are animated and moved as separate sprites.
Blazing Strike is a 2D fighting game that takes inspiration from the genre's most beloved classics.
Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown
The third major revision of the fighting game Virtua Fighter 5 brings a multiplayer "eSports" focus to the series. It also features a new soundtrack and overhauled graphics (making use of a new engine from Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio).
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.
Power Stone 2
Power Stone 2 is a classic 3D fighting arena video game developed by Capcom for the Sega Dreamcast. It is a sequel of the Power Stone released in 1999.
An arcade game by Seibu Kaihatsu and Taito, where you beat up a variety of baddies with super-fast punches and kicks, then fire rockets from your motorbike.
Namco's answer to Sega's Virtua Fighter, featuring a unique button system where each of the four buttons corresponds to attacks from each of the fighter's arms and legs.
Kage Ookami Densetsu
An action RPG that resembles Zelda II with ninjas. Released exclusively on the Japanese Famicom.
Dynasty Warriors 3
Dynasty Warriors 3 builds on the foundation of Dynasty Warriors 2's hack-n-slash mechanics, with the player's chosen officer squaring off against thousands of foes.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan
In the Turtle's first adventure on the Game Boy, you must play as them to defeat Krang, Shredder and any evil minions that stand in your way. The game uses simple platforming mechanics.
The sequel to Namco's original 3D fighting game adds new characters and a variety of new moves and unique attacks.
The Last Ninja
An isometric third person action adventure game that mixes melee combat, platforming elements and puzzle solving. Its control scheme is notorious.
Street Fighter II: The World Warrior
The one-on-one arcade fighting game that kicked off the "fighting game revolution" of the 1990s. Play as one of eight martial artists and travel the world to knock your opponents out of the tournament!
Steven Seagal Is: The Final Option
Steven Seagal Is: The Final Option is an unreleased beat-'em-up game for the SNES and Genesis. It was being developed by RSP, Inc.
Art of Fighting
SNK's second foray into the fighting game genre, known for its dedicated linear story, camera zooming effect (allowing for large character sprites in close-range combat), and the introduction of a gauge that depletes when certain moves are used.
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.
The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match
The King of Fighters '98 Ultimate Match is a rebalanced version of The King of Fighters '98 with new characters.
Ring King is a boxing game developed by Namco and published by Data East for the NES. It was known as King of Boxer and Family Boxing in Japan.
Chatan Yarakuu Shanku: The Karate Tournament
A martial arts fighting game by Mitchell. Designed by the creator of the 1989 arcade game Strider, it is one of the few fighting games released after Street Fighter II that aimed at a more realistic approach to the sport of karate.
Yie Ar Kung-Fu
Considered one of the progenitors of the fighting game genre, Yie Ar Kung-Fu is a Konami arcade game that puts players in the role of a martial artist as he fights the masters of various weaponry to become the Grand Master.