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  • Brawlhalla Full Game

    Brawlhalla is a free-to-play fighting game. Every week, Brawlhalla has a rotation of 8 selectable characters for newer players to use for free. It features various cameos from franchises such as Hellboy, Shovel Knight and Adventure Time.

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  • Brawlout Full Game

    Brawlout is a fighting game developed and published by Angry Mob Games. It includes guest fighters from Hyper Light Drifter, Guacamelee!, Yooka-Laylee, and Dead Cells. Interestingly, Brawlout does not use blocking, and most characters are incapable of grabbing others. Instead, its gameplay is based on combos.

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  • Onimusha Blade Warriors Full Game

    Onimusha Blade Warriors (鬼武者 無頼伝) is a 2D fighter game featuring many of the characters of the Onimusha franchise. Players may use standard sword fighting with combos, blocks, block-breaking kicks, jump, switch planes (the different levels of the fighting area), use various items, and disarm their opponents. It also includes the original aspects of the Onimusha series, including the absorption of souls and special elemental attacks (lightning, fire, and wind).

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  • Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale Full Game

    PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale is a crossover fighting video game developed by SuperBot Entertainment, in conjunction with SCE Santa Monica Studio, and published by Sony Computer Entertainment. It features various characters drawn from different PlayStation video game franchises competing against each other in multiplayer battles.

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  • Rivals of Aether Full Game

    Rivals of Aether is a fighting game created by Dan Fornace. The characters are animal champions from different warring civilizations, who battle to stop a shadowy force from threatening the world. Other characters are also available as downloadable content, such as Ori and Sein from Ori and the Blind Forest. A focus in the development of the game was making it faster and more combo-oriented than Super Smash Bros.

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