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Ster filled with memorable characters and scenarios. $24.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% The Wolf Among Us, a game that’s a canonical prequel to Bill Willingham’s popular Fables comic book series, features a well-written story, light puzzle-solving challenges, and reflex-testing Quick Time Event (QTE) sequences. The visually striking title draws inspiration from film noir cinema, while keeping the heavy black outlines and bright colors associated with its source material.

The murder-mystery isn’t particularly challenging, but if you want to spend a few hours in an immersive world filled with interesting characters and top-notch voice acting, The Wolf Among Us should find a home in your PC gaming library. $4.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Iron Galaxy Studios’ Divekick is the most hipster game ever created.

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It’s the product of the indie scene, and it mercilessly parodies fighting games and their diehard community, yet demands that you be part of the underground circle to fully get all of the references and in-jokes. It’s also a lot of fun if you open your mind to the insane concept of a one-on-one fighter based almost entirely on the idea of jumping and kicking. $9.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Upon its 1999 release, Garou: Mark of the Wolves—a surprisingly deep and visually stunning entry in the long-running Fatal Fury series—was hailed as SNK’s wondrous response to Capcom’s Street Fighter III. Nearly 20 years later, SNK has finally given the 1 vs. 1 fighting game the proper PC treatment by releasing it with numerous additional graphics options, leaderboards, and online versus play. The result is an excellent PC game that boasts beautiful animation, Just Defend parries, and the strategic T. O.P. system.

$29.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Guilty Gear is a niche series within a niche genre, one that’s enjoyed a cult following since its first appearance in 1998. With Xrd – Sign-, developer Arc System Works ditches the series’ 2D sprites in favor of 3D cel-shaded graphics in an attempt to expand its audience. Likewise, series creator Daisuke Ishiwatari sought a more approachable play style that maintained the depth and high skill ceiling that long-time Guilty Gear fans love. The result is a feature-packed fighting game that boasts incredible graphics and deep mechanics.

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Unfortunately, it arrived on PC after many Guilty Gear fans had moved on to the next game in the series: Guilty Gear Xrd – Revelator-. So, like The Last Blade, Guilty Gear Xrd – Sign – is a game that’s worth buying if you don’t mind local play and the lack of online competition.

Free %displayPrice% at %seller% When Killer Instinct debuted for Windows 10 in March 2016, it represented the latest chapter in the continued PC fighting game renaissance. With its arrival, Microsoft’s combo-heavy, one-on-one game of fisticuffs joined the likes of Guilty Gear, The King of Fighters, Street Fighter, and other high-profile series that now grace the personal computer.

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Thankfully, Iron Galaxy—the development team that picked up the Killer Instinct reins after Double Helix, the original developer, was purchased by Amazon—has delivered a remarkably fun, season-based title that’s more than worthy of being mentioned in the same breath as its competition. $14.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% The King of Fighters ’98 is widely regarded as one of the best fighting games ever made, so it’s no surprise that developer SNK Playmore has returned to the title many times since the game’s original release.

In 2008, SNK Playmore celebrated the game’s tenth anniversary by porting the team-based fighter to the PlayStation 2 as The King of Fighters ’98: Ultimate Match, a game loaded with extra characters, stages, and gameplay modes. Now, a tweaked Ultimate Match is available for PCs as The King of Fighters ’98: Ultimate Match Final Edition, a game that rebalances the massive 64-character roster and adds Steam trading cards and achievements. Final Edition’s gameplay retains its predecessor’s wonderfully deep and flexible fighting mechanics, but it’s missing features that were present in the beloved PS2 version.

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$19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% One of the most impressive sprite-based games ever created, The King of Fighters XIII: Steam Edition brings SNK Playmore’s excellent 3-on-3 2D fighter to the PC via Valve’s digital distribution platform. If you’ve rumbled with friends and foes in the version that appeared on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 platforms, you’ll feel right at home here: the intricate combat mechanics, gorgeous graphics, and up-tempo music are successfully ported over to this Steam game. Even better, The King of Fighters XIII: Steam Edition contains all of the console DLC, the King of Fighters XIII: Climax arcade features, and PC-centric graphics options.

$9.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% SNK put weapons-based 2D fighting on the map with 1993’s delightful Samurai Shodown, but the developer went on to refine the idea of sword combat four years later in a somewhat lesser-known Neo Geo title: The Last Blade. Recently released to the Steam platform with several contemporary bells and whistles, The Last Blade ($9.99) boasts excellent swordplay, a dozen exquisitely designed characters, and a gorgeous anime – and manga-style presentation that make its 19th-century Japanese setting one of the most beautiful in fighting-game history. Genre fans shouldn’t hesitate to pick up this excellent PC fighting game, but the barren online play means most matches will take place locally.

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$39.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% When NetherRealm Studios released Mortal Kombat X to consoles in 2015, the game continued to evolve via free and paid updates that added characters, balanced the roster, and improved online play. However, the High Voltage Studios-ported PC game received zero post-launch support, much to the dismay of hardcore Mortal Kombat fans. Thankfully, that changed with the Mortal Kombat XL update, a version of MKX that finally gives PC gamers all the extras that console-based fight fans have enjoyed for some time now. We dislike the idea of paying more money for PC content released long after the console version, but it’s hard not to love the additions, which include even more fighters, stages, costumes, and gore. $24.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Skullgirls 2nd Encore, the update to Reverge Labs’ critically acclaimed original game, takes cues from many highly regarded fighting titles and blends it with the series’ cartoony, art deco style. The indie fighter has a Capcom vs. SNK-style ratio system that lets you select up to three characters to battle up to three rival characters, as well as a Marvel vs. Capcom-style assist system. That said, Skullgirls 2nd Encore’s graphics aren’t all that separate it from the competition.

The fighter also has a built-in system that automatically stops infinites, those annoying and abusive combos that never end. $59.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% In February 2016, Capcom’s newest one-on-one fighting game arrived on PC with many flaws that detracted from the stellar gameplay, including awful server instability, no true single-player mode, and a surprisingly limited multiplayer Battle Lounge. However, several updates have since addressed many of those issues and added new playable characters.

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The fixes, combined with new and classic characters, fresh and returning fight systems (like the cool V-Skills and V-Triggers), and cross-platform play with PlayStation 4 owners, finally make Street Fighter V a game to pick up even for gamers who don’t have Evo dreams. $24.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 pits Marvel’s superheroes against Capcom’s video game characters in a frantic brawl. The 48-character headcount is impressive, but it’s the individual characters that truly make the game shine. Marvel’s side has several popular fighters, such as Captain America, Iron Man, and Spider-Man, as well as once-obscure characters that have gained recognition thanks to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, such as Doctor Strange and Rocket Raccoon.

Capcom’s side is comprised mainly of characters from the company’s fighting and action games, including Final Fight’s Mike Haggar and Street Fighter’s Ryu. $29.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Ultra Street Fighter IV marks the fourth version of Street Fighter IV and the third version available on the Steam platform. This final iteration of the one-on-one fighting game adds five new characters, six new stages, a YouTube upload option, and a host of gameplay tweaks.

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It’s Street Fighter IV’s best and meatiest update, though some balance and DLC issues prove a bit irritating. Still, Ultra Street Fighter IV is an excellent competitive fighter with strong netcode.

$49.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Alien: Isolation may be the best Alien-based game ever made. Instead of using James Cameron’s action-focused Aliens as its foundation, as so many video game developers have done in the past, Creative Assembly looked at Ridley Scott’s original 1979 film for inspiration. And it pays off. Rather than focusing on running and gunning, Alien: Isolation is all about evasion and subterfuge.

Though you gain some assistance via radio, you, as the daughter of Ellen Ripley, must navigate a world of survival horror on your own, dodging the alien stalker using your wits, the environment, and the tools you craft. Alien: Isolation is smart, dark, and oppressive in all the right ways. $19.99 %displayPrice% at %seller% Some of the scariest video game moment

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