8 Greatest Fighting Video Games Of This Decade

When it comes to old-school gaming Fighting games are the best way to describe the whole OLD gaming era. Fighting games are not as popular as they were used but they still have a really good amount of fans that keep those fighting games alive. Street Fighter 2 revolutionary graphics and gameplay changed the style and concept of fighting games and we still see the resemblance of those features in today’s fighting games. We have listed down 8 8 Best Fighting Games Of This Decade.


Marvel Vs. Capcom: Infinite

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite succeeds in some major ways. The gameplay is faster and more intense than ever before, even with a smaller roster. Aside from that, the story mode does what it needs to and manages to both tie events together while teaching players, in a fairly organic way, how to properly play the game. The graphics are definitely not everyone’s cup of tea, but deliver more that works where it counts even if some animation and character model work would have helped the overall presentation a bit. The soundtrack is probably the best in the series – it may not be as outwardly catchy, but it’s far better for the actual game and makes each battle seem important. – Game Over Online
Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite is an ugly but otherwise enjoyable fighting game with recognizable characters, a ton of cutscenes, and is approachable for newcomers.  – CGMagazine

Soulcalibur V

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A superb fighting game that stays true to the great legacy Namco’s series has. New and balanced fighters along with many modes and great graphics make this one the best Soul Calibur we’ve seen in years. – GameOver.gr
SoulCalibur V does as much right as it does wrong when it comes to delivering the perfect fighting game package. While the single-player portion is riddled with the absence of modes that made the series what it is today, its most important aspect — well balanced gameplay — far exceeds my expectations. – Destructoid
SoulCalibur V is a great fighting game with a completely new fighting system. The Project Soul team has done a great job changing the fighting mechanics, with few big mistakes around game modes and the character roster. This is a great new beginning for the saga.  – Eurogamer Italy

Street Fighter V

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If you are a Street Fighter fan, and are looking forward to seriously competing in this console generation’s great fighting game franchise, then your time has arrived. – COGconnected
Street Fighter V paves the way for the future of Capcom’s legendary fighting game series—but it’s also a release that’s relying on near-future updates in order to feel like a finished product. Once they come, however, this should really be something special. – EGM
Technically Street Fighter V is probably the most accomplished fighting title to date, with the gameplay mechanics standing second to none. The characters are all unique and there’s little overlap of abilities and the content that’s available out of the box, what little that there is, is a solid and thoroughly enjoyable gaming experience… It just currently stands as little more than an impressive demonstration of what’s to come in the following months, which is a little disappointing. – Impulsegamer


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It’s difficult to describe just how good ARMS is. The best analogy I can come up with is that it is to fighting games what Splatoon is to third-person shooters. ARMS is a bright, colorful, and welcoming game. Newcomers can easily hop in and enjoy most of the matches and modes available. Meanwhile, the more dedicated will find themselves developing complex strategies based on characters and ARMS loadouts and captivated by the opportunities to challenge others online. – Cheat Code Central
Arms is a zany fighter that delivers excitement and fun at every turn. While I wish there was more to do, what is included in the package is worthwhile. If you’re looking for a fresh and exciting experience to play on your Switch, Arms is worth a look. – Game Informer
Arms is Nintendo at its very best. It keeps things simple enough to be fun for the casual player but nuanced enough to satisfy hardcore fighters. – The Digital Fix

Tekken 7

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At its core, Tekken 7 is the ultimate Tekken experience. While paying tribute to previous games in the series, it’s also made for the hardcore Tekken fan in mind. Newcomers will also love it once you get a feel for the unique fight system. There isn’t much I didn’t enjoy with during my time with Tekken 7, other than it makes me want a new Soul Caliber with the same TLC that went into this game. I highly recommend picking up Tekken 7. – Gaming Age 
Tekken 7 is not the best entry in the series and lacks some single-player content, but when it comes to offering gorgeous combat against friends and other people online, here it is: the King is back with outstanding battle mechanics and plenty of characters to learn. If you don’t prefer Injustice 2, here you have your new main fighting game of the season. – Meristation

Mortal Kombat X

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Mortal Kombat X is easily the pinnacle of Mortal Kombat, building on every improvement the series made in 2011, adding depth to the main fighter and delivering advancement to the modes that only NetherRealm could offer. – New York Daily News
Mortal Kombat X is the best in the series so far. It offers lots of things to do and a game mechanics that are easy to learn but difficult to master. Also the executions are more spectacular then ever before. – Level7.nu
The combat is rock-solid, and offers a technicality that may surprise those with a low opinion of the series. – TheSixthAxis

Killer Instinct

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It plays smoother, looks better than anything out there, and has a kick-ass soundtrack with a goofball announcer to boot. If you absolutely must recreate your childhood, then pick up the $40 pack, but most will be satisfied spending half that. – Hardcore Gamer
Not only is its combat system flashy and well thought out, it’s well explained too, thanks to its powerful training tools, and what is easily the most complete guide to terminology and tactics ever assembled in a fighting game. – IGN
As strictly a fighting game, the long wait was worth it. Killer Instinct is everything I’d hoped for and more. – Gaming Age

Injustice 2

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Not content with just being a stylish and smart fighting game, Injustice 2 delves into deeper territory with a must-play story mode for DC fans and progression systems that’ll keep players coming back for more. – Attack of the Fanboy
Injustice 2 is a lot more of what I loved about the first game. The gear really adds to the single player aspect. I find myself grinding characters and decking them out with the latest fashion. It is addictive, and will likely keep me playing for months. It is impossible to argue the value they packed into this game. Whether their style of fighting game is up your alley is another story. Injustice 2 won’t suddenly change anyone’s opinion of the developer’s work, but it will thrill fans of it. – ZTGD
Injustice 2 is a fantastic fighting game with great visuals that is a lot of fun to play casually but with enough depth to master. The new Multiverse mode will keep you playing for a long time while you build the perfect Batman. – GameGrin
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#8 Greatest Fighting Video Games Of This Decade