Top PS3 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...
You can't play PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale without ever feeling like something crucial is deeply lacking.
With more variety in the roster, an improved move set and more game modes future TNA games could take the wrestling belt, but for now it'll have to make do with being a very worthy challenger.
If Street Fighter IV is The Apprentice, then Mortal Kombat VS DC Universe is I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
It's easier to recommend this as a rental than as a full-price release, but if you're yearning for the heady days of Hulkamania, All Stars may provide a welcome hit of nostalgia.
SoulCalibur V is definitely a step in the right direction for the maligned series. However, the game is still too complex to be casual and too flawed to be taken seriously.
Skullgirls is not a game for everyone. It's a great stepping stone if you're looking to really improve on your overall fighting game skills, and it's a meticulously well-made effort in its own right.
Despite originally pitching itself as a more serious fighter, Dead or Alive 5 stays very true to its roots.
WWE 13 is far more fun than its predecessor, but this is largely down to some slight improvements to the core mechanics and the addition of hero-era nostalgia.
It's Mortal Kombat's shell but with Batman. And everything's better with Batman...
A well-rounded spectacle that serves up something for most wrestling fans.