Top PS2 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...
Die hard fans can rent the game knowing that they'll be able to appreciate the quality of presentation, but everyone else should stay well clear.
Marvel Nemesis is a big waste. Given the Marvel licence and EA's generally solid production values, how it has turned out is rather surprising. Even superhero fans should stay well clear.
Licensed video games often sell regardless of their quality, but few are as uninspired as Xiaolin Showdown. The gameplay is fundamentally broken and there is never a challenge.
The name will probably attract a number of fans of the original game, and they may get the most out of what is an average title. For those who do not base their purchases on nostalgia, look elsewhere.
Despite what you might think, barely clothed women and lowest common denominator humour don't a good thing make. At least Hypnotix remembered the rest of the recipe
A tantalising, yet lacking grappler - while it may look nice, Rumble Roses feels cursory and lacks depth in almost all areas - a step backwards for Yuke's and a dissapointing debut for their new IP
All in all, Dragon Ball Z: BT is a game for fans of the series, but the learning curve is pretty steep and will result in many players feeling rather lost.
If you're expecting another simplistic button bashing brawler you're in for quite a shock. A more cohesive storyline would certainly have helped, but as a pure fighter there's plenty to enjoy.
Neowave doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it is a good home conversion of a solid fighter. As such, if you've played King of Fighters in recent years you'll know exactly what you're getting here.
66 per cent of the game is rubbish, but there is fun to be found in Art of Fighting Anthology, if you know where to look.