Which are the easiest fighting games to get into? Everybody played some game at some point of their life, even the ones that hate it. A lot of people like playing games, even when they grow up, actually, especially when they grow up. It is a nice way to “escape” from everyday job and stress and just relax for a little bit. Playing games became really popular during the 80’s and 90’s. Among all the racing games, Super Mario and similar games, one genre had singled out – fighting games. They became extremely popular in that period. Everybody played fighting games like Street Fighter II and that game was the reason why this genre was so popular. It influenced other popular games like Mortal Kombat, the King of Fighters and Virtua Fighter.
After the era of arcades, came the era of consoles and the fighting games switch to this type of playing. But, it became so complicated to play the fighting games on consoles because of all the controls. During all the time it took you to learn all the controls, you lose your wish to play the game at all. That is the reason why the fighting games practically disappeared in the late 90’s and beginning of 2000’s. To prevent that from happening, the Street Fighter has improved the game and introduced it to the new generation of players and kept the old ones, playing on the card of nostalgia. At that time, the other franchises joined and they are again trending in the world of video games.
If you are a fan of fighting games but want to avoid learning the controls for months and you want to play the fighting game in the easiest way possible, you should check out the Insider Monkey’s list of 7 Easiest Fighting Games to Get Into. The 7th place on the list belongs to the DC’s “Injustice: Gods Among Us”, a 2D fighter that has a big choice of DC characters to fight with including Batman and Joker. Amazing, right? If you are eager to find out the rest of the list, just click on the link above.