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No matter how the game set developers, fighting game is always a hobit of boys since they always get hot bloods! And now mobile game platforms offer more kicking ass fighting experience. Here are the best fighting games recommend for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch from Pandaapp in 2012.

7. Blood & Glory 2: Legend

Watching Gladiator made us thankful to live in modern times, as opposed to ancient Rome, when muscle-bound warriors strode into the great Colosseum to hack each other to pieces. On a much safer note, we can somewhat experience this through Glu Mobile’s enjoyable fighter that lets us slash armor-clad behemoths with swords while filling our pockets with coins that go towards unlocking even sharper toys. There’s little to no story to speak of, and the game plays almost exactly like Infinity Blade

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Welcome to Blood & Glory Legend – the highly anticipated sequel to the AAA blockbuster smash-hit Blood & Glory! Return to the arena and bask in the blood-hungry cheers of the crowd as you fight to become a LEGEND!


6. THE KING OF FIGHTERS i 2012

Last year SNK Playmore took on the king of the iOS fighters, Street Fighter IV, and came out swinging with King of Fighters-i. It felt nearly identical to Capcom's fighter in controls and interface, but offered up a huge selection of classic characters from the various SNK fighters from over the years. This year's version kept everything great intact and added a bunch of new characters and online multiplayer in the mix, making it a serious contender for best iOS fighter.

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32 playable characters!! Fight against the strongest players from all over via Wi-Fi Network!! 6 different game modes available in SINGLE MODE to enjoy the game for hours and hours even alone! Simple Commands allow to easily perform any type of combo! The 2D versus fighting game “KOF-i” returns on iPhone / iPod touch with tons of new content like never before!!


5. STREET FIGHTER X TEKKEN MOBILE

Capcom has had great success with their Street Fighter games on iOS, and this mobile version of the console hit released this year takes things to the next level in many ways but also takes some steps backwards. It's still a ton of fun, and having fully 3D character models and backgrounds is a big visual improvement from previous games. An iffy online token system and lack of playable characters brings things down a bit, but it's still amongst the best fighters available on iOS.

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The Street Fighter and Tekken franchises clash head-to-head in this never-before-dreamed-of crossover battle! Take on players from all over the world in Wi-Fi Ranked Match while increasing your player level!


4. Infinite Warrior

 

n Infinite Warrior, the game tells you which direction to swipe by putting arrows on the shields of enemies. These bright yellow arrows flying across the screen reminded us of mini-games in Mario Party, which juxtaposes strangely with the Assassin's Creed-esque attack scenes. Despite that strange combination of elements, the game is worth a look-- especially for how it looks.

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3. MARVEL VS. CAPCOM 2

One of Capcom's cult-classic fighters arrived on iOS this year, and although it is definitely showing its age there's still really nothing quite like carrying it around in your pocket. Marvel vs. Capcom 2 takes a staggering list of fighters from both the Marvel and Capcom universes and pits them against each other over the top moves and obnoxiously flashy supers. It's not the most well-balanced fighter in the world, but it's definitely among the most fun, especially

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Wolverine & Spider-man VS. Ryu & Chun-Li ! One of the most popular arcade-fighting games of all time arrives on the App Store for your iOS tablet or mobile device! Marvel vs. Capcom 2 brings together legendary characters from the Marvel and Capcom franchises to duke it out in an insane, action-packed, tag-team fighting experience.


2. Shadow Warrior

Shadow Warrior uses the same game engine as Duke Nukem 3D and is also similarly violent and offensive, at least by late-90s standards. It was designed as an homage to over-the-top kung-fu movies of decades past, which were typically filled with absurd amounts of violence and stereotypes.

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Lo Wang. Master ninja assassin for 20 years. A Shadow Warrior. Shadow warriors are the best of the best, and Lo Wang was the best of the Shadow warriors. Every top company in Japan had a shadow warrior... a protector, a negotiator, a cleaner.


1. SOULCALIBUR

Most gamers picked up Namco Bandai’s stunning weapons-based fighter alongside the Dreamcast in 1999. While it lacks the same punch it had 13 years ago, we still cannot resist sneaking in a few rounds on iOS, where Taki, Mitsurugi, and Kilik throw down in gorgeous 3D environments, attacking with swords, axes, and staffs. Epic music, solid virtual controls, and plenty of artwork to enjoy. All it needs is multiplayer.

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"SOULCALIBUR" series is available on theiOS. Enjoythe memorable characters and non-stop action SOULCALIBUR is famed for with complete arcade fidelity in the comfort of...
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