Top PC Fighting Games of All Time

Welcome to's top PC Fighting games of All Time, a list of the best videogames, created from editorial reviews on the site. It's the perfect tool to find that great game you haven't played yet, or even to find a gem for a friend or loved one as a gift.

Please take into account this list is in descending order! is always open to hearing about your opinion. Would your list be different? If so let us know by contacting us or tweeting us @VideoGamerCom.

  • 12.

    Street Fighter V Review

    Street Fighter V

    Street Fighter 5 is the best fighting game your money can buy. Note: As servers aren't currently on we can't yet test online play. As such,... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 11.

    Fight Crab review

    Fight Crab

    Fight Crab shares a lot of similarities with the glorious gladiatorial battles of Ancient Rome, which were what made primary school history lessons actually fun. Though, like the sporting spectacle, it might not be everyone's cup of tea. Fight Crab is about fighting crabs. It is simple in its title and premise.... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 10.

    Jump Force review

    Jump Force

    Jump Force has all the ingredients of an epic manga crossover, but fails to execute them in a memorable way Jump Force is a weird beast. For someone who isn’t that well versed... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 9.

    Injustice: Gods Among Us Review

    Injustice: Gods Among Us

    It's Mortal Kombat's shell but with Batman. And everything's better with Batman... Statements I never thought I'd write down #1: Injustice: Gods Among Us and... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

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  • 8.

    Tekken 7 review

    Tekken 7

    The frenetic fighting and over-the-top fun of Tekken 7 is great, but it's let down by light offline modes and online matchmaking that, right now, simply isn't working well enough. A warrior clan whose lineage is traceable through the extreme angriness of... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 7.

    Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite review

    Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite

    Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is, like football, a game of two halves. The actual fighting half, which is arguably the more critical 50% anyway, is fun and exciting. The other half is a bit confusing.  In the years since the last new Marvel vs. Capcom was released there's been... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 6.

    Mortal Kombat X Review

    Mortal Kombat X

    Absurd, gruesome, ridiculous fun. I've just punched someone so hard in the crotch their head came off. Johnny... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 5.

    SoulCalibur VI review

    SoulCalibur VI

    SoulCalibur VI is an addictive and satisfying fighter, and more importantly the strongest the series has been in years SoulCalibur VI’s penchant for weapons-based combat gives it a more... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 4.

    Streets of Rage 4 review

    Streets of Rage 4

    When the credits rolled, I felt better, gunning for action, as if life were a thing to rage through with a smile on your face. How often does that happen? Having played through Streets of Rage 4, I can’t help but wonder:... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

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  • 3.

    Nidhogg Review


    One of the best local multiplayer games I've played in years. Bushido Blade by way of Prince of Persia, Nidhogg is one of the best local... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

  • 2.

    Injustice 2 Review

    Injustice 2

    Fast, satisfying combat and the most ambitious single player for a fighting game yet, Injustice 2 is a great game elevated further by its attention to detail and Cavill-esque good looks. Injustice 2 is a responsive, fun, meaty fighting game, which is what we... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC

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    Mortal Kombat 11 review

    Mortal Kombat 11

    Mortal Kombat 11 sees the franchise at its strongest yet, with finely-tuned scrapping and an ample amount of content providing one of the most rewarding fighting games of the generation. Mortal Kombat 11 is the quintessential example of slipping back into a pair... more

    Reviewed on:   Platforms: PC