Tekken Tag Tournament
If you've stayed away from the Tekken series for a long time, Tekken Tag is a very warm homecoming, delivering the same solid gameplay that Tekken fans crave in large ...
Virtua Fighter 4
You can't tell right off the bat, but Virtua Fighter 4 is the best fighting game in years.
Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution
This highly technical, complex yet accessible, genuinely entertaining fighting game should belong to anyone with any interest in the genre.
The undeniable king of fighting games is here, and it's time to break bones and necks.
Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection
Tekken arrives on the PS3 and online, so you can beat up folks from all over the land.
After the death of Heihachi Mishima, the fifth King of Iron Fist Tournament began. Tekken 5 lets you join this battle as one of many characters, including three fighters who ...
Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
While I wouldn't call Marvel vs. Capcom the most balanced fighting game in the world, it makes up for its shortcomings by simply being a whole lot of fun.
Street Fighter IV
Ryu, Ken, and a host of others get back to doing what they do best with Capcom's Street Fighter IV.
Street Fighter Alpha 3
The game's graphical prowess and arcade-perfect gameplay combined with its cache of bonus modes makes Street Fighter Alpha 3 the latest standard for 2D excellence on the PlayStation.
Samba de Amigo
Samba de Amigo, one of the first popular rhythm games, comes to the Wii with samba-infused maraca-shakin' action.
Simply put, this is the finest example of the genre you will find on any platform, home or arcade, to date.
Pokken Tournament is a new fighting game from Tekken developer Bandia Namco that will be launching in 2015 for Japanese arcades.
Guitar Freaks is a game of remarkable order that no true collection can be complete without.
Sega Rally Championship 2
Sega Rally 2 marries the qualities of super-fun arcade racing, challenging track elements and design, grease-monkey tinkering, and unparalleled replay value.
MechWarrior 4: Vengeance
It's a fantastic introduction to the MechWarrior series for those who haven't yet discovered it, and should have enough depth to keep veterans involved for a long time.
The Typing of the Dead
The Typing of the Dead certainly looks dated, but it's also surprisingly fun.
Crazy Taxi is still a fun, exciting game, but fans of Crazy Taxi who already own the Dreamcast release don't really need to bother with the PlayStation 2 version.