Nintama Rantarou Special
Licensed ninja game developed by Culture Brain in 1996. Is a little more story-centric than the other Nintama Rantarou games for Super Famicom.
Your Only Move is Hustle
Your Only Move is Hustle (formerly Yomi Hustle) is a turn-based fighting game invoking the stickman battle animations of the internet's early years.
The King of Fighters 2003
The 12th main installment of the tag-team martial arts series brings a new storyline (with a new central protagonist) and a brand new gameplay system (with freeform tag-teaming similar to the Marvel vs Capcom series). It is the last game in the series to originate on Neo Geo hardware.
A 2D side-scrolling platformer in which the player takes control of a ninja and must guide him safely through levels.
The Samurai Collection (QUByte Classics)
The Samurai Collection (QUByte Classics) is a compilation of both of Vivid Image's First Samurai and Second Samurai, which are action platformers from the early 1990s.
Art of Fighting 3: The Path of The Warrior
The final installment of SNK's Art of Fighting series brings a fresh new take to the series, streamlining the gameplay mechanics while adding cleaner sprites, smoother animation, and a brand new roster of challengers.
Kengo: Master of Bushido
Kengo: Master of Bushido is a 2001 sword duel fighting game, set in feudal Japan. Gameplay is heavily focused on training and improving your skills through the use of mini-games and battling opponents to become a "Master of Bushido".
The Rumble Fish 2
Dimps's 2004 fighting game makes a return with a revamped Offensive/Defensive Gauge system and some new combatants.
An martial-arts brawling game set in contemporary China where the player is a rapidly-aging kung-fu student on a lifelong quest to take revenge on his family's killers.
Challenge of the Dragon
An NES brawler from Sachen. Oddly one of two games in the same genre for the same platform with the same title.
Bushido Blade 2
The sequel to Bushido Blade on the Playstation. It is a fighting game set in modern Japan.
Franko: The Crazy Revenge
A violent beat-'em-up developed and set in Poland. Known for its notoriously low quality.
Best of the Best: Championship Karate
A martial arts fighting game released early in the SNES/Genesis era. It is known in Japan as Super Kick Boxing, and in Europe as Andre Panza Kick Boxing.
New Fatal Fury / Garou (Working Title)
SNK is developing a new Fatal Fury fighting game for the first time in over 20 years.
The Rumble Fish
A 2D arcade fighting game by Dimps, featuring a unique animation style where each of the fighters' limbs are animated and moved as separate sprites.
Blazing Strike is a 2D fighting game that takes inspiration from the genre's most beloved classics.
Virtua Fighter 5 Ultimate Showdown
The third major revision of the fighting game Virtua Fighter 5 brings a multiplayer "eSports" focus to the series. It also features a new soundtrack and overhauled graphics (making use of a new engine from Ryu Ga Gotoku Studio).
Samurai Shodown V Special
An enhanced update of Samurai Shodown V, bringing back bosses and "Fatality" effects of older games. It is known as the last official game released for the long-running Neo Geo hardware.
Power Stone 2
Power Stone 2 is a classic 3D fighting arena video game developed by Capcom for the Sega Dreamcast. It is a sequel of the Power Stone released in 1999.
An arcade game by Seibu Kaihatsu and Taito, where you beat up a variety of baddies with super-fast punches and kicks, then fire rockets from your motorbike.
Namco's answer to Sega's Virtua Fighter, featuring a unique button system where each of the four buttons corresponds to attacks from each of the fighter's arms and legs.
Kage Ookami Densetsu
An action RPG that resembles Zelda II with ninjas. Released exclusively on the Japanese Famicom.