Tag: fighting game

Fighting games are a video game genre in which the players supposed to manage the activities of the ‘assigned’ onscreen character and use the provided features to challenge other opponents in the game.

Click Em', Sock Em': Exploring Volta-X'S Inner Mecha Combat Workings 12

Click Em’, Sock Em’: Exploring Volta-X’s Inner Mecha Combat Workings

 |  Clement Goh
Volta-X only takes a computer mouse, fox, monkey and elephant to play with in GungHo Entertainment’s latest online robot fighting strategy game. Every click is mapped differently for a player’s mech, which is armed to the teeth for precise battles. In our recent preview of the game, we found that Volta-X had flipped the genre […]
Ggpo Rollback Netcode Now Available For Free 1

GGPO Rollback Netcode Now Available For Free

 |  Liam Ferguson
GGPO — or Good Game Peace Out — has now become available for free on any project via the creator releasing it under an MIT license. Created by Tony Cannon, one of the brothers who founded the tournament superpower EVO, GGPO popularized rollback netcode in fighting games over a decade ago, and powered some of […]
What Capcom Needs To Reclaim The Fighting Game Throne

What Capcom Needs To Reclaim The Fighting Game Throne

 |  Liam Ferguson
I almost lead with “Street Fighter V was Capcom’s last fighting game”, and the gross falsehood of that should provide all you need to know about this state of affairs.
Fantasy Strike Kicks Onto Steam And Consoles 1

Fantasy Strike Kicks Onto Steam And Consoles

 |  Liam Ferguson
The simple-inputs fighting game Fantasy Strike has emerged from Early Access on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Steam (Mac/Windows/Linux).
Samurai Shodown Review 2

Samurai Shodown Review

 |  Remington Joseph
Samurai Shodown is one of the few fighting game franchises that I’ve never spent much time with.
Bayani, A Fighter Based On The Philippines’ History, Is On Steam

Bayani, A Fighter Based On The Philippines’ History, Is On Steam

 |  Liam Ferguson
The Philippine Kickstarter fighting game Bayani: Kanino Ka Kakampi?! just entered Early Access on Steam.
Yakuza 6: The Song Of Life (Ps4) Review

Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (PS4) Review

 |  Lane Martin
What seems like ages ago, I picked up a new game for the PlayStation 2. I had heard people say a few odd things here and there on the internet about it, but, as far as I knew, I was the only person where I was who had heard about it. I got a fair […]
Dissidia Final Fantasy Nt (Ps4) Review: The Waiting Game

Dissidia Final Fantasy NT (PS4) Review: The Waiting Game

 |  Derek Heemsbergen
On paper, Dissidia Final Fantasy NT sounds like an action-oriented Final Fantasy fan’s dream come true. Featuring three-on-three online battles between some of the most recognizable faces in the series’ 30 year history, Dissidia NT fully embodies its role as a vehicle for fanservice. Cloud, Terra, Zidane, Lightning…the gang’s all here, spoiling for a brawl, […]
Dragon Ball Fighterz (Ps4) Review: Super Saiyan Levels Of Gameplay And Presentation 16

Dragon Ball FighterZ (PS4) Review: Super Saiyan Levels of Gameplay and Presentation

 |  Cole Watson
The Dragon Ball frenzy of the 90’s has returned to North America in a spectacular resurgence, with a new show being dubbed by the original cast, a new trading card game hitting local game shops’ shelves and now the upcoming release of what may be the best Dragon Ball game to date. The moment it […]
Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition (Ps4) Review - Street Fighter V, For Real This Time 4

Street Fighter V: Arcade Edition (PS4) Review – Street Fighter V, For Real This Time

 |  Phil Brown
When Street Fighter V was released a few years ago the reception was understandably mixed. The fighting mechanics were rock solid. Obviously. This is Street Fighter that we’re talking about. The problem was that everything else around it felt like a shell of a full game that was meant to be completed through DLC greed. […]


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