15 Great SNES Fighting Games That (Almost) Everyone Forgot

15 Great SNES Fighting Games That (Almost) Everyone Forgot

October 3, 2022 0 By retrogamingdev

15 Great SNES Fighting Games That (Almost) Everyone Forgot
You’ve played all the Super Nintendo fighting hits, but have you ever tried these overlooked gems?

With so many popular video games on the market today, many fans have forgotten about some unique fighting games from the 1990s. These days, fighting games are in the best shape they’ve been since the 3D era of gaming began. All the major fighting games have found a niche audience, from original concepts like Street Fighter to games based on popular anime like Dragon Ball FighterZ. But not every franchise from the SNES ages managed to remain relevant in gaming communities.

Though there are plenty of amazing fighting game franchises in circulation today, the gaming world left a number of gems behind. Some games were replaced because more popular fighting games were released with better graphics or smoother gameplay. Others simply released at the wrong time, but that doesn’t mean they weren’t great games. They simply faded into history, with developers moving on to bigger projects and players moving on to newer, more recognizable games.

There’s a lot more to the SNES library than just Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat or Killer Instinct, and more than three decades later, many of these games are still criminally overlooked. These are the best 15 underrated fighting games on the SNES

Intro and Outro Music

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Games Featured

0:00 Intro
0:24 1993 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters
1:02 1993 Power Instinct
1:39 1993 Godzilla: Kaijuu Daikessen
2:17 1994 Yu Yu Hakusho Final: Makai Saikyō Retsuden
3:07 1994 Taekwon-Do
3:37 1994 Ranma ½: Chougi Ranbu Hen
4:10 1994 Kidou Butouden G-Gundam
4:54 1994 Fighter’s History
5:33 1995 Weaponlord
06:21 1995 Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition
06:54 1995 Battle Tycoon: Flash Hiders SFX
07:57 1995 Fighter’s History: Mizoguchi Kiki Ippatsu
08:58 1995 Super Variable Geo
10:02 1996 Mobile Suit Gundam Wing: Endless Duel
11:09 1996 Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon Super S: Zenin Sanka!! Shuyaku Soudatsusen
11:46 Outro

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