Posted by Admin on Dec 14, 2015

Top 10 Best Fighting Games

Fighting games have always set their own place in the gaming industry. In this generation, more games are rocking the world of gamers, showcasing the influence of digital technology in animations, graphics, special effects and overall production.

Take a look at the 10 best fighting games that you should never miss:

1) Super Street Fighter IV

Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360, PC, 3DS, Arcade

Many bookies claim that Super Street Fighter IV has paved way for the revival of enthusiasm for fighting games. The “rebalanced” game showcases a huge roster, featuring an extra Ultra for every character to play around with.

In this game, you will get the same fighting system with a whole pile of added content built-in around it. You will experience smooth animation, great and colourful characters, and amazing backgrounds, especially the new solar eclipse station.

Super Street Fighter IV gives a sneak peak of the old school and the new school. It’s everything that you need from a fighter game without it being assertive – no undefined air combinations, no hilarious one-hit kills, and no infinites. It has a much-improved online suite with more options for play. It is best for players who want to compete with others.

2) Marvel vs. Capcom 2

Platforms: Dreamcast, Arcade, PS2, Xbox

Despite being an old game, Marvel vs. Capcom 2 will never miss a spot as one of the best fighting games of all time. It features an epic line of characters, showcasing more than 50 playable characters, including Captain America, Spider-Man, Hulk, Gambit and many more Marvel characters. With this, the game features the most inclusive roster of any fighting game to date.

The game’s X-Factor is one of the most incredibly overpowered mechanics in the fighting games history. And aside from being the best crossover fighting game, it’s also the best Marvel video game as of the moment.

3) Super Smash Bros. Brawl

Platform: Wii U, 3DS

Fans of this popular brawl hacked the game in order to rebalance it. As a matter of fact, there are now at least 5 fan-made modified versions of the game, which are more balanced compared to the original.

This game is bigger than ever, but remains focused on the excellent moment-to-moment combat that makes this one of the best fighting games ever. The attention to detail in all parts is extraordinary. And the game is finely tuned not just for Nintendo fanatics, but also for amateurs. It offers numerous enjoyable and repayable ideas in just one package.

4) Tekken Tag Tournament

Platforms: PS2, Arcade, (PS3 in HD)

Tekken Tag Tournament is an excellent spice in the world of fighting games. The game’s well-designed graphics are definitely a standout, making the moves of the character look amazing. It also provides a high-damage and pixel-perfect spacing. Every exchange is filled with different possibilities and potential outcomes, making it more exciting. On top of the adventure that it offers, Tekken Tag’s huge character line is also very appealing to gamers.

And on top from being an all-time favorite for gamers, Tekken Tag Tournament is also one of the best PS2 titles so far.

5) SoulCalibur IV

Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360

SoulCalibur has a unique battle system that can’t be found in other games. It is one of the most complicated games to master, but that’s what makes it a top-pick for professional gamers. This version marks the addition of two new characters in the roster, King Algol and Hilder.

It features state-of-the-art graphics, and allows you to play with very challenging opponents online. Although SoulCalibur IV may not have as much staying power as Tekken 6 did, on top of its balance issues, it still has some of the most dedicated gaming fans.

6) BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger

Platforms: Arcade, PS3, PSP, Xbox 360, PC

One of the game’s best features is that it could go up to five rounds, instead of the standard three rounds. The gameplay has depth, its anime-style graphics look fantastic, and the online rebels work finely.

Street Fighter IV is said to have overshadowed BlazBlue’s Calamity Trigger after both games were released in the same year. Had it been that the game was released in any other year, it could have left a bigger mark for gamers.

7) Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3

Platforms: Arcade, Saturn, Genesis, SNES, GBA, Nintendo DS, PS2, PC

The game showcases the biggest Mortal Kombat roster to date, which includes both the new and old playable characters, including Cyrax, Kabal, Kano, Nightwolf and Smoke. This separates this version from all the previous releases of Mortal Kombat. The fatalities and babalities of all the characters that you love and hate will surely make you into the game.

On top of its impressively huge character line, Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 also features new mechanics and improved graphics, showcasing a colourful animation that is pleasing to the eye.

8) King of Fighters XIII

Platforms: PlayStation 3, Android, Microsoft Windows, Xbox 360, Arcade game, iOS

King of Fighters XIII showcases new graphics and fighting system, an upgrade to the widely criticized seventh version of the series. The latest version of Kind of Fighters has revived the hype on the series. And with the upcoming release of the renowned game on consoles, many gamers will surely unleash their fighting skills in a new level.

King of Fighters XIII has amazing graphics, featuring some well-animated 2D sprite-based characters and specific environments. There are some new modes integrated, and the online play is highly improved compared to its predecessor.

9) Killer Instinct

Platforms: Xbox One

Killer Instinct’s Dojo mode teaches novice players everything from the basics to advanced concepts, and training mode offers real-time frame data to get you a better control on your offensive options.

The game is just very user-friendly. Its simple inputs and modular, open-ended combo system make complex functions more accessible to any type of user. Most importantly, the game offers a free version that comes with a rotating character and every mode available.

10) Nidhogg

Platforms: PlayStation 4, Arcade game, PlayStation Vita, Microsoft Windows, Mac O

Nidhogg’s well-defined moment-to-moment combat makes the difference between success and failure too narrow. In single player, Nidhogg is a fantastic, adventurous, and dynamic sowed-fighting game, but in multiplayer, is it essential.

The game’s outstanding balance of its control system is what makes the games brilliant. It’s definitely one of the most thrilling games so far.

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