Onna Sansirou: Typhoon Gal
An early fighting game released in Japanese arcades by Taito in 1985. It is the first fighting game to include throws and grapples, and the first fighting game with a playable female character. It also features a regenerating health bar.
Ultimate Fighting Championship
Ultimate Fighting Championship is the first 3D fighting game based on the UFC, a popular mixed martial arts promotion. The custom character creator features many game media personalities of the day, including editors like Greg Sewart and Dan Leahy, and PR reps like Rob Fleisher.
Capcom vs. SNK: Millennium Fight 2000 Pro
Capcom vs. SNK is a fighting game published for the systems SEGA Dreamcast and PSone. It's an update of Capcom Vs SNK.
The Genji and the Heike Clans
A Namco Arcade game based on the eponymous clans. The player is the resurrected vengeful spirit of historical samurai Taira no Kagekiyo. It received its first American localization in the 1997 Namco Museum Vol. 4 compilation.
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.
Steven Seagal Is: The Final Option
Steven Seagal Is: The Final Option is an unreleased beat-'em-up game for the Super NES and Genesis. It was being developed by RSP, Inc.
Double Dragon III: The Sacred Stones
Billy, Jimmy, and the whole Double Dragon gang fight for the Sacred Stones to save in the world in yet another beat-em-up.
Bruce Lee: Quest of the Dragon
Players control Bruce Lee, the martial arts master called to investigate a mysterious underground organization called the Black Lotus.
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.
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.
This Arcade and Super Famicom release is based on a Japanese children's game called Daruma Otoshi.
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 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.
Black & White Bushido
Black & White Bushido is an arena based local multiplayer brawler with a stealth twist.
Ninja Gaiden Black
Ninja Gaiden Black is a re-release of Team Ninja's 2004 Xbox game. Its enhanced visuals, tweaked gameplay, and new mission mode make it the "definitive version" in the eyes of game director Tomonobu Itagaki.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: Mutant Nightmare
This game is based on the third season of the 2003 TMNT series. In the PS2 and Xbox-versions the TMNT: Turtles in Time Arcade-game is unlocked after completing the first level.
A fighting game where the player can choose between three fighting styles(karate, kendo, samurai) and gets confronted with six opponents in each of those disciplines.
Jackie Chan in Fists of Fire
An enhanced version of the 1995 fighting game Jackie Chan: The Kung-Fu Master, allowing players to fight as Jackie Chan himself while adding new gameplay mechanics to hasten the pace.
Jackie Chan - The Kung-Fu Master
A 2D fighting game starring legendary Hong Kong film star Jackie Chan. It uses digitized actors for its cast, and features different variations of Jackie Chan himself as boss characters.
Also known as Kaiser Knuckle, Global Champion is Taito's answer to the fighting game craze of the early '90s.
A Taiwanese fighting game for MS-DOS computers, heavily reminiscent of Street Fighter II. It is known for its freeware release (and enhanced Windows port) from a fan website that later became Super Fighter Team.
This collection pack contains a HD version of Tekken Tag Tournament, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue, and the 3D CGI movie, Tekken: Blood Vengeance.
Virtua Fighter 5
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.
A widely-panned game themed on the film series of the same name, which sees the Angels hunting down missing national monuments.
Virtua Fighter 4
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).