Retro Video Games and Consoles
Beat 'em up or fighting games emphasize one-on-one combat between two players, one of whom may be computer controlled. These games usually focus on martial arts, which are often so dramatic and physically impossible as to be comical. Some of these games may also employ hand-held weapons in addition to or instead of performing combat gymanastics (such as some characters in Mortal Kombat). This genre arose in the mid-1980s and is still popular today.
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|Doomsday Warrior for Super Nintendo||2/10|
|Double Dragon V: The Shadow Falls for Super Nintendo||5/10|
|Art of Fighting for Super Nintendo||3/10|
|Rival Turf for Super Nintendo||4/10|
|Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story for Super Nintendo||6/10|
|Battle Blaze for Super Nintendo||3/10|
|Street Fighter Alpha 2 for Super Nintendo||8/10|
|Street Combat for Super Nintendo||2/10|
|WCW Superbrawl Wrestling for Super Nintendo||5/10|
|Ranma 1/2: Hard Battle for Super Nintendo||3/10|
|Ranma 1/2 II: Anything Goes Martial Arts for Super Nintendo||3/10|
|Clayfighter for Super Nintendo||4/10|