20 Games Like Chaos Code(TBA)
One Piece: Grand Battle! Rush (ワンピース グラバト！ラッシュ Wan Pīsu: Gurando Batoru! Rasshu), known in the U.S. as One Piece: Grand Battle! and in Europe as Shonen Jump's One Piece: Grand Battle!, is a fighting game made in Japan based on the anime and manga series One Piece. It is the fourth and final game in One Piece's Grand Battle series and the nineteenth One Piece video game released.
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A New Land, A New Life: Savage Lands is a gritty, brutal, first-person open-world fantasy survival experience in which players have only one goal: Stay Alive. Explore a world where days and nights are spent slaughtering vicious creatures, gathering scarce resources, building shelter and crafting powerful weapons needed to survive. Every decision counts, because one mistake can lead to an unfortunate encounter with death's cold embrace.
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Forged by Bandai Namco, veterans in action games, Rise of Incarnates teams people up and inspires them to fight for each other. In this F2P 2v2 battle arena, you will experience unique Incarnate abilities with a rewarding coop gameplay packed with a rich library of characters and customization.
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My Hero Academia: Battle for All is a hero action game for the Nintendo 3DS developed by Bandai Namco Entertainment. It was released on May 19th, 2016. People who purchased the first edition of the game received two cards for My Hero Academia: Clash! Heroes Battle.
Join Gohan as he shares with Goten the battles of their deceased father, Goku, along with other characters. Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu illustrates Goku's seven greatest battles: fighting Mercenary Tao, challenging Tien Shinhan at the World Martial Arts Tournament, destroying King Piccolo, fighting Piccolo at the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament, protecting Earth from Vegeta, saving Namek from Frieza, and sacrificing his life to save the world from Perfect Cell.
BlazBlue: Central Fiction Special Edition features over 40 hours of story in the final chapter of the BlazBlue saga. It offers 30 unique characters and 60 stages, with all character DLCs and updates, making it the most comprehensive version of Central Fiction to date.
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Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion is an update to Tekken 6. It features new characters, stages, items and customization options. It also gives the game a balance update from characters and items. It was released to Japanese arcades on December 18, 2008 and the console version of Tekken 6 is based on this arcade version.
This new version features two new characters: Alisa Bosconovitch, an android with jet wings and spinning limbs who was built in the image of Dr. Bosconovitch's deceased daughter, and Lars Alexandersson, an unknown descendant of Heihachi Mishima and leader of a rebellious Tekken Force faction fighting Jin's tyranny. A number of new items and customization options are featured in this expansion. The game also features all-new CG character art, just as there was a change in art from Tekken 5 to Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection. Upgrade kits are also available for owners of current Tekken 6 machines.
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JoJo no Kimyou na Bouken: Ougon no Kaze is an Action game, developed and published by Capcom, which was released in Japan in 2002.
The game is based on the fifth story arc of Hirohiko Araki's manga series JoJo's Bizarre Adventure, Vento Aureo.
Le Bizzarre Avventure di GioGio: Vento Aureo 's graphics are similar to other cel-shaded games, like Jet Set Radio. The developer Capcom has utilized a game engine called "Artistoon" in order to create a graphical style similar to Araki's art style in the manga.
Godzilla: Battle Legends (simply referred to as "Godzilla" in North America) is a fighting game based on the Godzilla film franchise, made for the Turbo Duo in 1993, developed by Alfa System and published in the United States by Hudson Soft.
When Godzilla fights a certain foe, his appearance changes to reflect the era when he battled in certain films. For example, Godzilla looks like as he did in 1955 when he fights Anguirus, and as in 1964 when he fights Rodan. This game's sequel, Godzilla: Monster War for the SNES, features fewer monsters, with the inclusion of Biollante as a playable character and Mothra.
In single player mode, only Godzilla is playable.
A 2D fighting game for the Super Famicom. It was the sequel to Godzilla: Battle Legends, and the second Godzilla game released for the Super Famicom platform, the other being Super Godzilla.
In the game, players select from one of eight different monsters from the Godzilla movies and battle in a variety of locations. The game was released in Japan only.
According to Nintendo Power, the game was planned to be released in North America in April 1995 under the title Godzilla: Destroy All Monsters. However, it was never released.
Dragon Ball Z: The Legend, known as Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu (ドラゴンボールZ 偉大なるドラゴンボール伝説 Doragon Bōru Zetto Idainaru Doragon Bōru Densetsu?, Dragon Ball Z: The Greatest Dragon Ball Legend) in Japan, is a fighting game produced and released by Bandai on May 31, 1996 in Japan, released for the Sega Saturn and PlayStation. Greatest Hits versions were released on June 20, 1997 for the Saturn and June 27, 1997 for the PlayStation. In Europe, only the Sega Saturn version was released in France and Spain on January 1, 1996, with the French edition retaining the original Japanese name and the Spanish edition being re-addressed as Dragon Ball Z: The Legend.