Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors
Galaxy Fight: Universal Warriors (ギャラクシーファイト ユニバーサル・ウォーリアーズ), or simply Galaxy Fight (ギャラクシーファイト), is a 1995 arcade fighting game originally developed and published by Sunsoft for the Neo-Geo MVS arcades. It was Sunsoft's second fighting game after their 1994 Super Famicom spin-off of their Hebereke series, Sugoi Hebereke, as well as their first side-viewed 2D fighting game.
A year later in 1996, Sunsoft produced another 2D fighting game also for the Neo-Geo titled Waku Waku 7. Two years after that, in 1998, they joined a small company SANTACLAUS in producing the Sega ST-V powered arcade game Astra Superstars.
The arcade version of Galaxy Fight uses 32 4-megabyte ROM chips.
In 2017 the game was re-released under the Arcade Archives, developed by Hamster Corporation for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, followed by a Nintendo Switch version a week later.