Hyper Dragon Ball Z Fighters

Hyper Dragon Ball Z

With the hype of DBZ Fighters building, why not check out a fun MUGEN based PC Dragon Ball Z Fighting game. The 2D sprites, animations, and sounds are well made. the games seems to be decently balanced. As with any mugen game it’s not meant to be taken that serious though, just check it out and enjoy. Hyper Dragon Ball Z currently has 7 game modes, 9 characters, 6 attack buttons, and a MVC1 style control/combo scheme. The developers are still working on this so new characters and stages are expected to come. Unfortunately as with nearly all MUGEN based games, Hyper Dragon Ball Z does not support online play.
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Breaker Arcade Free PC download

Breakers – FightCade

The controls of the diversion is like that of SNK’s prior portions in their Fatal Fury arrangement (especially Fatal Fury 2, Special and 3). The exceptional activities are likewise like other battling amusements from a similar period, in spite of the fact that the dashing and back-venturing methods have a tendency to vary between characters (some of them will move on the floor for instance). Moreover, the player can move while standing up after a fall. The amusement framework stresses adjust between characters by including an intricate harm modification highlight.

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Art of Fighting 3 - FightCade

Art of Fighting 3 – FightCade

Art of fighting is one of SNK’s very first fighters. You’ll see some of the cast before they became “King of Fighters”. Utilizing the FightCade client you can play against a friend online.

Art of fighting 3 definately feels like the best game in this trilogy, and closer to what we now call today, a “fighting game”. Still a simple 4 button fighter with super meter and AOF gimmicks, like the classic “D” taunt. Art of Fighting 3 has an all new cast except for Ryo, and Robert.

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Art of Fighting 2 - FightCade

Art of Fighting 2 – FightCade

Art of fighting 2 is one of SNK’s very first fighters. You’ll see some of the cast before they became “King of Fighters”. Utilizing the FightCade client you can play against a friend online.

Each of the characters have a unique fighting style and set of special techniques. Player’s have two basic attacks—punch and kick buttons, and a utility button that switches between punches, kicks, and throws. A fourth button is used for taunting. Art of Fighting 2 (龍虎の拳2, Ryūko no Ken 2) was released in 1994. This time with the “rage gauge”. Similar to the “spirit system” of the previous game, it limits the use and effectiveness of special moves. This game is notorious for its hard difficulty being referred to in many fighting circles as having some of the hardest A.I. in a fighting game.

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Art of Fighting – FightCade

Art of fighting is one of SNK’s very first fighters. You’ll see some of the cast before they became “King of Fighters”. Utilizing the FightCade client you can play against a friend online.

Each of the characters have a unique fighting style and set of special techniques. Player’s have two basic attacks—punch and kick buttons, and a utility button that switches between punches, kicks, and throws. A fourth button is used for taunting. Art of Fighting’s contribution to the genre was the inclusion of a “spirit gauge” underneath the character’s life bar. When characters perform special techniques, basically a super attack. You can also drain the opponent’s super meter by taunting them with “D”.

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BlazBlue Calamity Trigger PC

BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger

Ah BlazBlue CT. A game I thoroughly enjoyed when it was originally released on consoles. It’s also the perfect example of the absolute worst job a company can do porting a game from console to PC. The saddest thing of all is that Arc System Works doesn’t even seem to have learned their lesson quite yet. For those not in the know, BBCT was published on PC by a third party company(H2 Interactive Co., Ltd.). This particular release was so late after the original console release, that people were already playing the next game in the BlazBlue series on consoles. To make things worse, instead of making the online play work over steam for PC, they just scrapped online play for the PC version all together. It’s quite depressing to even write about, knowing the same thing is probably going to happen to Guilty Gear XRD pretty soon. I almost don’t even want to put the game on my site, but it’s my goal to have almost every PC fighting game on here so…

Enough about all the horrible things that went wrong, The game has the original 13 characters and a full visual novel mode-esque story for each character. So if you’re into brain dead 1 round easy fights, followed by some story, then you may want to pick the game up. Secondly, when this game goes on sale, it really goes on sale. During pretty much any holiday you can pick this up for less than $3.

Here’s to hoping Arc System Works stops throwing away money and publishes their games on PC for real soon.
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