Top 7 old legendary fighting games to play on PC (Part 2)

4. Bloody Roar

A good battle arena game called  Bloody Roar game is one of the titles that can be considered a classic ever. Bloody Roar is a fighting game genre produced by the US company Hudson and later developed by the Japanese firm Konami.

Some characters in Bloody Roar can finish off the opponent in a single combo, in return for making this chain of combinations extremely difficult with the speed and sensitivity of the controller’s buttons.

5. Tekken 3

Continuing the series of fighting games associated with childhood, it is impossible not to mention Tekken 3. Tekken 3 is the one of the oldest game. The series of games over 20 years old, released by Namco Bandai, has won the hearts of players from the very first versions. Tekken 3 was released in March 1997 for the Arcade and in 1998 released for the Playstation.

Tekken 3 is the one of the oldest game

Tekken 3 brings together many characters from many countries around the world who represent that country’s traditional martial arts line on the ring. It’s one of the Tekken 3’s most engaging traits for gamers.

6. Mortal Kombat 4

Mortal Kombat 4 is the fourth installment in the Mortal Kombat fighting game series developed by Midway Games. Released for Arcade consoles in 1997, Mortal Kombat 4 was the first Mortal Kombat title to use 3D graphics, as well as one of the first 3D games made by Midway Games.

The gameplay of Mortal Kombat 4 is similar to that of its predecessor; One of the most notable changes is the use of weapons in battles. The plot follows the fallen god Shinnok’s attack against his former friends for holding him in the Netherealm years before the series’ storyline begins.

7. Samurai Shodown V Special

Surely you from the 9x generation will know the Neo-Geo game platform, there are many very good games in which you are passionate about fighting games, will never forget the Samurai Shodown game series. Samurai Shodown V Special, also known as Samurai Spirits Zero Special in Japan, is the ninth installment in SNK’s Samurai Shodown/Samurai Spirits series.

This is an upgraded version of the game Samurai Shodown V. The game was released on April 22, 2004, and the game is released on the following platforms including PlayStation 4, Arcade Game, PlayStation Vita, Neo Geo, Microsoft Windows, Linux, Mac OS.

Conclusions

Above are the fighting games of fighting that have gone into legend and will be part of the fierce childhood of many gamers that certainly cannot be forgotten.