1. One Piece: Grand Adventure
Until 2016, most new games based on “One Piece” were developed in the direction of Koei Tecmo’s “Musou” series. Before that, there were many attractive fighting games that existed, such as “One Piece: Grand Adventure” with gameplay mechanics on a complete 3D map instead of the classic 2D. Besides fighting each other, this game also has an adventure mode, which leads players to follow the details based on the original, quite attractive.
2. Digimon: Rumble Arena 2
If you like “Digimon” and “Super Smash Bros.”, this PS2 game will definitely make you satisfied. Of course “Digimon: Rumble Arena 2” is not a completely molded product of the Nintendo series, but it also builds some unique mechanisms, suitable for the context such as the ability of Digimon to evolve in mid game or have HP health bar. With a fast-paced fun and a relatively large number of characters, “Digimon: Rumble Arena 2” is a game worth experiencing.
3. Rave Master
The fighting game based on the anime / manga of the same name is not known by many people because it was originally released on GameCube. However, it did not disappoint fans of “Rave Master”, providing an attractive fighting mechanic, beautiful graphics at the time and the ability to support 4 players at the same time in battle in the form of a mixed battle flipped or teammates.
4. JoJ’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle
“JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure: All Star Batlle” is a great fighting game featuring 41 characters from all the major story chapters of the classic anime / manga as of 2013. Developer CyberConnect 2 has shown off His enthusiasm, taking care from the quality of graphics to the smooth fighting mechanics, helps to convey the quintessence and characteristics of the original work to the players. However, it suffers from a minus point in the eyes of fans when applying the micro-transaction mechanism, which requires spending more money to buy certain content.
5. Bleach: Dark Souls
“Bleach: Dark Souls” is a product developed by the Treasure company for the Nintendo DS system, which combines a fast action battle mechanic with a bit of strategy when offering a solid card system. identity the player can use in the middle of the game. It offers two modes of fighting according to the plot and form of fighting with a large number of characters. And thanks to the very unique gameplay mechanics, it appears to be more popular than other “Bleach”-based video games, regardless of the console release with more polished graphics.
6. J-Stars Victory VS +
Although we don’t have the international version of “Jump Ultimate Stars”, at least we have the spiritual successor to it, “J-Stars Victory VS +”. Similar to its predecessor, this game also has a dozen of the most famous characters of the Shounen Jump manga, spoiled for you to choose and bring together in a complete 3D environment, with many game modes. different experiences to explore.
7. Tatsunoko vs. Capcom
Series of fighting games combined with different brands of Capcom called “Capcom vs.” which started in the 1990s, and one of the best versions of it has to be “Tatsunoko vs.” Capcom ”in 2008. Coming to this product, players will witness amazing performances between Capcom’s famous video game characters such as Ryu, Chun Li, Rock Man and classic anime characters. of Tatsunoko like Casshan, Yatterman, Tekkaman.
8. Fate / unlimited codes
Originally released for the arcade and PS2 systems in 2008, then moved to PSP and started releasing via PlayStation Network in 2009, “Fate / unlimited codes” is a relatively rare fighting game based on the anime “Fate / stay night ”. Produced by Capcom, it is of high quality both in terms of graphics and balance in the combat mechanics of the character system, making the most of what is possible from the original.
9. Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm
If there is a series that can compete with “Dragon Ball Z” in terms of the number of games adapted to its name, it is “Naruto”. Thanks to the creative work of CyberConnect2, the video games based on “Naruto” are still alive and well today, and the “Ultimate Ninja Storm 3” version is arguably the most attractive with 80 characters, Memorable Boss battles, plus the storyline following the original. Certainly it is enough to please every fan of the series and appeal to those who have never known “Naruto” again.
10. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 / Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 / Dragon Ball Xenoverse
It seems more cheating to get to three games at 1st place, but the main reason is because: they are all based on the magical world of “Dragon Ball”, but there exist very different gameplay characteristics. More specifically, “Budokai 3” has a style similar to traditional antagonistic products with characters moving horizontally across the screen, “Tenkaichi 2” has an expanded 3D environment, and “Xenoverse” allows. Many characters participate in the fight at the same time with a free character development system. Because they do exist, it’s hard to tell who is better than who, but they all have the same thing in common, based on the same anime / manga original.