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The anime series are well-known for their intense battles. They are constantly at war with evil and good. This makes them great subjects for fighting games. These are some of the best available on PC.
#15 The King of Fighters, XV
Get it? We’re putting The King of Fighters, XV The #15 slot! It’s symmetry! Never mind, we’ll move on.
The King of Fighters It has been around for a longer time than you might imagine, so the series is rich in depth. The game’s 15th mainline entry brings the characters together in a fighting game that both veterans and newcomers will enjoy.
Furthermore, the game helps the story’s main plot finally hit its climax! Add that to the new game mechanics, new characters, and old friends with new twists, and you’ll have plenty to keep you occupied in The King of Fighters, XV.
#14 Guilty Equipment XRD –Revelator
The possibilities are endless. Guilty Gear It is a franchise, but it is not. It’s a bizarre story that makes no sense. The character visuals are done in anime style and the attacks are completely absurd.
Heck, the main character’s name is Sol Badguy; it doesn’t get more anime than that!
Its graphics are what distinguish the entry from 2016. Guilty gear XRD –RevelatorIt is different than the other games. The 3D cell-shaded graphics are tweaked and detailed to maintain the anime-fighting feeling.
Add that to the DLC and various game modes, and you’ll have a good time.
#13 Melty Blood: Type Lumina
Never heard of The melting of blood? It’s a romance novel turned anime fighting game, with Melty Blood: Type Lumina as the newest entry in this line.
As with many other fighting games, Melty Blood: Type Lumina You can play as different characters in the visual novel or even through a story mode. This mode allows each character to have their own ending. You should definitely try it out.
The game mechanics are complex. You’ll have many combos and abilities to use regardless of your character. Rollback code ensures that online battling remains stable. Get in on the action and show your skills!
#12 One Piece – Pirate Warriors 4
The One Piece The franchise is in a great place right now. The movie is due out in the near future, with a story-based game following shortly. The manga is also nearing the end. As such, anime lovers might want to share as much of the manga’s content as they can. However, you should also feel like one the Straw Hat Pirates.
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4, will Let’s do it! It continues the insanity and fun of the series by turning up the heat to eleven. In the game, you’ll take control of one of the Straw Hat pirates and let loose against hordes of enemies!
As you unleash devastating attacks on cities and bring them to the ground, let loose and destroy all that are in your way.
#11 Kill la Kill IF
Kill la Kill A classic anime that was loved by many. Kill la Kill IF is a fighting game that lets you replay the anime’s plot in video game form.
You’ll play as Ryoko Matoi, the wielder of the legendary Scissor Blade. Ryoku must dress in a unique outfit to gain special powers. She is on a mission with her father to kill him. Even if it means that her skin is exposed a lot. It’s an anime, remember?
You can read the titles to learn about the events and progress in the plot.
#10 My Hero One’s Justice 2
My Hero Academia It is one of the most popular anime, and its sixth season premiered just a few weeks ago. In My Hero One’s Justice 2, you’ll get to battle as some of your favorite Pro-Heroes and villains across the show’s first couple of seasons to be #1!
Arena fighter allows you to have either 1v1 or 2v2 fights depending on your goals. Choose your character to fight on massive stages that are utterly destroyed! You can customize the look of your character’s outfit!
Play online, or with your friends, to showcase the power of Quirks!
#9 Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.
The Dragon Ball Xenoverse Line The mainline is technically distinct from titles, books, or anime. Don’t ask us to explain why; just accept that it involves time travel and other dimensions.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse II, you’ll get a grander dive into the Xenoverse as you’ll try and protect historical moments from the multiple franchises to save everything. You’ll play as heroes and villains in massive battles across time and space, and new DLC even brings recent movie characters like Gamma 1 & 2 to the roster!
The sequel features new features and upgrades. You should dive right in to see what this huge game has to offer.
#8 Dead or Alive 6
Keep it going with existing franchises 6 was Koei Tecmo’s latest offering in their beloved franchise. This title features impressive graphics and was a labor of love by the team.
For example, as you play, you’ll notice that actual damage is done to the characters as they get hit. In addition, the triangle system is back; you’ll need to master it quickly to overcome your opponent’s moves and land devastating combos.
The game has many stories, as well as side stories, that can be added to the game via DLC. You will enjoy a deep-rooted fighting game no matter which path you take.
#7 Naruto-Boruto: Shinobi Striker
The Naruto This franchise is undoubtedly one of the most loved anime ever made. It is true, believe it!
Thus, it’s not surprising that the anime has gotten multiple gaming adaptations over the years. Most of which have been fighting titles of various natures, including 2D fighting games like we’ve already shown you.
But Naruto to Boruto – Shinobi Striker This adds a ninja-powered twist to the proceedings. Instead of battling one-on-one or controlling a team of three, you’ll be set in 4-person groups alongside other players. Your goal is to eliminate the opposing team by using your ninja skills.
Open space allows players to plan, escape, gain the upper hand, and much more. Pick your Shinobi and get to work!
#6 Soulcalibur VI
The symmetry is back, look! Soulcalibur VI The next anime game we’ll be discussing is “The Last of the Wild”. But first, we’ll tell you that the series isn’t an anime in a typical way. It’s never had a series, or its cutscenes or character models have been hand-drawn to resemble anime franchises.
It does feel anime-like, however. It is a rich story, many characters have deep backstories, while the female characters resemble anime women. You know it’s true.
Anyway, Soulcalibur VI The series is brought back to its roots with new characters and twists. Geralt of Rivia is also included in the mix!
#5 Guilty Gear Strive
The Guilty Gear Franchise is another series which has been around for a while, and has received many entries. The newest title is Guilty Gear Strive All of this brings it to a head. You will be able to complete a story that has been 20 years in the making with the help of the 15 characters. No matter if you are Sol Badguy or any of the other characters, the ending is reached.
If you’re new to the franchise, Arc Systems Works has designed it so Guilty Gear Strive won’t be overwhelming to you. However, if you’re a veteran, you won’t have to fear either, as the system hasn’t been dumbed down, just improved enough to make sure everyone can play.
#4 Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
The Persona Since the fifth main entry, franchise has been a hot topic. However, the game is still available for purchase. Persona 4 Arena Ultimax, you’ll get the fighting game version of the previous two titles put together for one extreme clash.
The title features the beloved characters from Persona 3 & 4, so you’ll have plenty of variety to choose from as you battle one another. Persona 4 Arena Ultimax It also includes an original story that you can read and experience the results.
Which character will you play in the game? What are the different modes you will choose to play? Do you have the potential to dominate online? Get online and see for yourself!
#3 BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle
BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle This is an intense fighting video game that many fans enjoyed from multiple franchises when it first came out. Why? Because the “Cross Tag” reference came from how four different universes melded together to make this game.
BlazBlue, Persona, Under Night-In-Birth, RWBY All of them are represented in this game. This was the first title to include RWBY characters in games other than their titles.
Each character has its own moves, and you’ll use them in intense battles against other characters and players. You can choose to play different characters and have many endings.
#2 Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure: All-Star Battle R
If you’re a fan of Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure, there’s only one game you need to get to keep your love going: Jojo’s Bizzare Adventure: All-Star Battle R.
The title combines 50 different characters from the series’ history and puts them into one fighting game that gives you lots of modes to use. You can do basic fighting matches to recreate JoJo’s history or make matches that have never happened before in canon!
There’s also the All-Star Mode that’ll test your skills. So don’t be afraid to dive in! You can then play as your favorite villains and heroes from the series.
#1 Dragon Ball FighterZ
Many would agree that anime fighting video games are the best. Dragon Ball King. There have been many entries in the franchise over the years, all featuring loaded rosters from its anime past. However, there are a few things that you should know. Dragon Ball FighterZ They reached their peak.
You will be fighting alongside the Z-Fighters’ greatest villains in this 3v3 fight for supremacy. You can create your ideal squad and fight your opponent in intense action. It looks exactly like the anime. You can even recreate key battle moments.
You can play as Vegeta and Vegeta, Trunks and Frieza, Cell and the Androids, Lord Beerus, or any other character!