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Anime Showdown: A Fighting Game with Anime Characters and Customizable Movesets

So by all accounts, these hype and flashy moments should translate into a fighting game, right? Well, that's what some devs thought, too! Whether using an existing IP or creating something new, game developers have crafted a few gems that are sure to get the attention of anime fans and gamers alike.

Every fan favorite anime character going head to head in a Shonen Allstar battle! Dragon Ball, Yu-Gi-Oh, Naruto, Jojo, and more. Ever want to see what happens when Monkey D Luffy clashes with Gon? No? Well now we can see what would happen!

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Jump Force is a crossover arena game featuring several anime new and old. The only requirement was, of course, that they must be Shonen Jump characters. With a very rocky start, fans of the game genuinely seem to love it and its ability to let players fight as anyone they choose. Each character comes complete with special moves, super moves, and if playing Dio, ZA WARUDO! which can be just as fun as it sounds.

But, what it lacks in fashion, it makes up for in fun and fast-paced gameplay! As one of the few semi-popular anime fighting games not made by ArcSys (they just keep pumping out games), the devs really knew what they were doing. Each character feels unique in their own way and is sure to gain diehard fans.

Persona 4 Arena Ultimax is a fighting game featuring, well, Persona 4 characters. From Yu Narukami to Adachi, favorites of the game are all here and ready to scrap! With two buttons dedicated to the character and their persona respectively, Arena gives everyone a fair 2v2 style battle with a unique, Persona-exclusive twist.

But if there are new players coming into the world of DNF or fighting games in general, this is still the perfect way to get into the series with an easy way to get into them. A simple combo system and intros and win poses full of personality should be the perfect entry into this series.

Everyone has at least heard of Dragon Ball. Everyone has, at least once, heard of the spikey haired super saiyan and his signature Kamehameha. There is literally a holiday for him in some countries. Well, after a certain studio was tasked with bringing these characters to life in a MVC style showdown, players can do the Kamehameha, too! There are hundreds of Dragon Ball fighting games, but the much more recent Dragon Ball Fighterz takes the cake for this list.

Dragon Ball Fighterz offers a perfect blend of simplicity and technical style to its combos. Everything is brought down to a nice and easy-to-understand combo system that makes even the advanced stuff possible for those newer to fighting games. And its story mode offers fanservice moments as the player is actually acknowledged by the characters. Vegeta and Piccolo can even give advice. It is a easy way to get into fighting games as well as the series as a whole.

If you're a fan of the feel of Guilty Gear but not the aesthetic, Blazblue is the game for you. For some time, it was even said to be a spiritual successor to the ArcSys game series. Join the easily annoyed Ragna the Bloodedge in a world of mad scientist, magical beings, talking animal ninjas, and so much more.

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Bonkers story? Check. Flashy intros? Check. Wildly creative characters? Triple check! Guilty Gear is the long running video game franchise that dares to be the most wild fighting game across history. From a mad doctor who operates on Looney Toons sequel physics to someone who literally fights in his sleep, there is something for everyone in this crazy game.

But, if the characters aren't enough to sell potential players on this game, the high-tempo action and stunning intros sure will. In the older titles, intros would feature the two fighters clashing swords with each other before the battle even started. In the newest games, players are welcome to a whole cutscene-length introduction before the announcer begins the fight.

This author has learned everything they know from video games and has been a massive fan since they were a child. Outside of that, they have been writing articles relating to games for about 3 years for fun and for college. The goal of this author is to simply share their knowledge while eventually raising money to pay for more systems to play even more games to then talk about said games. It's a cycle.

I know fighting games are big in Japan, and obviously, animes with intense, over the top combat are as well, but has there ever been an anime about people PLAYING a fighting game? I know several fighting games have had adaptations where the characters are real, but I was thinking one that just featured people trying to be the best at a game.

In my opinion, an anime fighting game is only considered one if it has an anime art style and design to it. I don't think Fahkumram from Tekken, or Guile from Street Fighter exactly fit the criteria.

Looking for the latest Anime Fighting Simulator codes? Anime-inspired fighting games and Roblox go together like chocolate and peanut butter: a winning combination and righly popular. Anime Fighting Simulator does exactly what it says on the tin, allowing you to train your anime-style fighting skills in style.

Anime Fighting Simulator is a sort of Idle Clicker training game where the idea is to train up your character as much as possible, and unlock new equipment and weapons to defeat your foes. To help with this, there are Anime Fighting Simulator codes that you can enter to earn free Yen and Chikara - two of the currencies in Anime Fighting Simulator which you use to buy various upgrades, cosmetics, and more. Read on for a list of all the working Anime Fighting Simulator codes, and instructions on how to redeem them.

That's everything we've got for now on Anime Fighting Simulator codes, but check back soon for all the latest codes. In the meantime, there are loads of other anime-inspired fighting games on Roblox, and we have codes pages for a bunch of them! Why not take a look at our codes pages for Slayers Unleashed, My Hero Mania, King Legacy, or Boku No Roblox? And be sure to check out our Roblox promo codes and free items list, and our list of the best Roblox games out there at the moment.

Anime Fighters Simulator codes are freebies given out by the developer Sulley, usually in the form of various boosts. New codes are often generated when the game reaches certain milestones, so be sure to add the game to your favourites and hit likes. Remember, you can only redeem certain codes if you are a part of the Sulley Group. You can also bookmark this page to keep up to date with fresh Anime Fighters Simulator codes.

One of my favourite things about the game is that combos are very easy to execute for beginners, but, at the same time, it uses a deep and rewarding fighting system that is sure to satisfy even the most hardcore fans of the genre. Of course, players will also be able to hone their skills in the Training mode before facing other opponents in the online battlefield.

To finish up, I would like to let our fans know that Nitro+ Blasterz will be released in Europe and Australia on 7th April 2016! We hope you are as excited to try Nitro+ Blasterz as we are to deliver the game to our European fans!

Evo is the fighting game tournament that scores all the headlines, and for good reason. But if prefer your Melty Blood to your Mortal Kombat, and your Skullgirls to your Street Fighter, then CEOtaku 2022 might be for you.

Featuring 16 different games, CEOtaku 2022 takes place between September 23rd and September 25th, 2022, at the Wyndham Orlando Resort in Orlando Florida. The latest even into the CEO series of FGC events, directed by Alex Jabailey, CEOtaku does exactly what it says on the tin in catering to FGC fans who prefer the anime style of fighting game.

But not to underplay the Otaku side of CEOtaku, the event is more than just games. A Cosplay Contest, Maid Cafe Experience, Artists Alley, Vendors, Open TableTop games, side events, and a lot more makes this event as much of an anime convention as it is a FGC event. Honestly, it sounds like a match made in heaven.

Arc System Works is keeping the fighting game community full this year, with its continued support of Dragonball Z FighterZ, Guilty Gear Strive, and the re-release of Persona 4 Arena Ultimax. Even the forgotten Granblue Fantasy Versus is getting rejuvenated at EVO come August. With so many games vying for a spot in the competitive zeitgeist of the fighting game community, releasing another flashy fighter right now may seem a bit hasty. Either way, Arc System Works has delivered another solid anime fighter in the form of DNF Duel.

So you have to wonder how DNF Duel differentiates itself from some of the more recent releases. Fortunately, DNF Duel has a variety of mechanics that help separate it from the crowd of its fighting game brethren.

Developed by French Bread and Ecole Software and published by Sega, Dengeki Bunko: Fighting Climax is another game that boasts a roster from multiple franchises. Characters from Virtua Fighter, Sword Art Online, Valkyria Chronicles, and more make appearances here. The benefit of being published by Sega is that many of the arenas are made up from classic games of theirs, like Sonic The Hedgehog. Fighting with those environments in the back is fun. Also unique to this game is the fact that you pick the main character to fight with and an assist character who you can also control.

Budokai 3 was developed by Dimps and published by Atari for the PlayStation 2 way back in 2004. There are 42 playable characters, and while every character in the game was supposed to have their own story on story mode, just eleven characters ended up making the cut for it, likely due to time constraints. Compared to the two games that come before it, Budokai 3 boasts being the closest looking to the real anime. While Tenkaichi 3 (which is next on this list) gets praise, many fans consider this to be the better fighting game.


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