Top Fighting Games of All Time
Welcome to VideoGamer.com's top fighting games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, generated by editorial reviews and popularity on the site. Here's a look at our favourites...
If you indulge in a little Sports Entertainment now and again, Smackdown! vs. RAW 2006 ought to be in your collection.
Dead or Alive 4 is the kind of game you love to hate. You hate it for its cheap A.I., but you love it for just about everything else.
The quick and relatively uncomplicated fighting fix that Tekken provides is ideal for a handheld format, and if that's what you're looking for this may be the best example yet.
It might be more annoying than accidentally ramming your already-bleeding knuckles against a table edge that's been smeared with salt and vinegar, but the rewards are immense.
Now that you can play online, this is the most essential version of Tekken yet and a great use of the PSN.
It's gorgeous, and an essential purchase for any fighting game fan who likes aggressive counters and weapon clashes, but it's no fighting game revolution.
SDvR09 is better than last year's effort, no question, on account of it being yet another iteration of a tried and trusted game engine and packed full to bursting with features old and new.
If you're one for watching old episodes of Transformers on YouTube, Legends of WrestleMania is for you.
While Blades of Fury is not the real deal, it's as close as we can get to at the moment, and that is not a bad thing, not a bad thing at all.
In a year destined to be remembered as the one that saw the resurgence of the fighting game, Tekken 6's star is too dull to shine brightest.