Best fighting games ever

Best fighting games ever

A shooter game focuses primarily on combat involving projectile weapons, such as guns and missiles. They can be divided into 2D, first-person and third-person shooters, depending on the camera perspective. Some first-person shooters use light gun technology. The fast-paced and 3D elements required to create an effective looking FPS made the genre technologically unattainable for most consumer hardware systems until the early 1990s. Wolfenstein 3D was the first widely known FPS, and Doom was the first major breakthrough in graphics.

These are some of the top shooter games to try out:

Mortal Kombat

Mortal Kombat is a video game franchise originally developed by Midway Games’ Chicago studio in 1992. Following Midway’s bankruptcy, the Mortal Kombat development team was acquired by Warner Brothers and turned into NetherRealm Studios. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment currently owns the rights of the series and rebooted it in 2011.

Body Blows

Body Blows is an Amiga versus fighting game. It was released in 1993 by Team 17.[1] The game is compatible with all Amiga systems, including the CDTV system with joystick support.[citation needed] It was followed by Body Blows Galactic and Ultimate Body Blows. A version for DOS was also released. The game has a lot of similarities to Street Fighter II, for example, both had two characters with projectile, rising uppercut and spinning kick special moves and played identically.

The Rumble Fish

The Rumble Fish is a 2D fighting game developed by Dimps and first published by Sammy for the Atomiswave arcade platform in 2004, and was later ported by Sega to the Sony PlayStation 2 on March 17, 2005. A sequel, The Rumble Fish 2, has since been developed.

Dangerous Streets

Dangerous Streets is a fighting game developed by Micromania and released by Flair Software for the Amiga, Amiga CD32 and PC DOS platforms in 1994.Like most other games in the fighting genre, Dangerous Streets offers two-payer battles, single matches against the computer, and a tournament mode and had really exciting characters.

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