Digimon Battle Spirit (デジモンテイマーズ バトルスピリット) features characters and Digimon that were included in the first three seasons of the animated series of the same name in a somewhat simplistic fighting scenario, and also has slightly arranged samples of the show's soundtrack.
Digimon Battle Spirit 2 (バトルスピリット デジモンフロンティア) is a versus battle game, where one of the Human Spirit Digimon fights the other. Unlike most fighting games, the winner is not determined by having the most health, but the most blue or red "D-Spirits", which are released whenever the player strikes his/her opponent.
Digimon Rumble Arena (デジモンテイマーズ バトルエボリューション) is a crossover fighting video game developed and published by Bandai in association with Hudson Soft. Players are able to choose from up to 24 characters (fifteen of which need to be unlocked) from the Digimon Adventure and Digimon Tamers seasons of the Digimon anime, such as Terriermon, Agumon, Gatomon, and Renamon.
Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (デジモンバトルクロニクル) is based on the Digivolving techniques of Digimon battling it out in a battle royale and to see who is the strongest Digimon. The game features characters from the first four seasons of the anime: Digimon Adventure, Digimon Adventure 02, Digimon Tamers, and Digimon Frontier. Each one has their own special moves and "digivolutions", as well as slightly varying normal attacks and taunts.
Draglade (カスタムビートバトル ドラグレイド) is a fighting video game with music video game and role-playing game elements. The fighting system is different from other fighting games in that there are not a lot of directional inputs needed for moves. Instead, special moves are set by collecting "Bullets" and then activating them with the DS's touch screen.
Draglade 2 introduces the "Beat Drive" system, which is similar to that of a tug-of-war underneath the opponent lifebars. When your segment reaches the opponent's side, you'll get either enhanced stats or a temporary-machine super.
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).
The Outfoxies is a fighting game developed and published by Namco for Japanese arcades in 1995. It is a one-on-one fighting game set on large stages that change dynamically over the course of a battle. Players must use weapons to attack the other player while also avoiding the dangers and havoc brought on by various stage gimmicks. Although the game did not attract much interest at release, it has gained recognition in retrospect for the variety and dynamic elements in its game design, and for its outlandish and bizarre action themes. The Outfoxies is also recognized for pioneering gameplay elements seen in later arena fighting games, particularly the Super Smash Bros. series.