We think about top notch fighting games from the 00’s that does not get talked about as much despite how good they were there are many people who would put Mortal Kombat Armageddon and Soul Caliber III on top of their list. Soul Caliber III was arguably the best game within its series in relation to offline gameplay especially since there were so many things to do in the game. Soul Caliber III gave people the option to tryout game modes aside from Soul Arena such “Chronicles of the Sword” along with “Tales of the Sword” which revolved mainly around custom character creation which ultimately added to the replay value of the game itself. Despite, being receiving awards for “Best Fighting Game” from E3 and IGN in 2005 Soul Caliber III is an entry from the series that does not get talked about as much as the first two games.
Mortal Kombat Armageddon was perhaps the best 3D fighting game within the entire MK series along with the likes of Deception which came out back in ’02. Mortal Kombat Armageddon had one of the largest rosters ever in a MK title. Also, features such as “Kreate A Fighter”, “Create A Fatality” made Mortal Kombat Armageddon more exciting along with the return of Konquest Mode. Along having a star-studded roster with the likes of Sub-Zero, Scorpion, Kitana, Milenna, Jade, Sonya, Kung Lao and others it was a game that also had a high replay value especially if you were a huge fan of the MK series. In terms which fighting game was more underrated back in 00’s really depends on who you ask especially since some would prefer the Mortal Kombat series over Soul Calibur and vice-versa. Both Mortal Kombat Armageddon and Soul Calibur III had game modes and features that would give them lasting value that would make people think twice about selling them.