Ane-San is a two-player brawler on the PC Engine Super CD that's like a cross between Renegade and Final Fight but with an all-girl cast. You can play as any boss character after defeating them, although each character counts as a life. It uniquely features huge portraits for every enemy character as well as a high-quality rockabilly soundtrack including renditions of Lollypop, Johnny B. Goode, and even Swan Lake.
Along with River City Ransom, this is one of the only brawlers where the enemies have dialogue that's displayed at the bottom of the screen.
Released in 1995, this is one of the last games released for the PC Engine.
Ane-San is a mess. Its shallow combat emphasizes just jump-kicking everything, otherwise you die in a few hits. You can literally grab-attack every single boss in the game infinitely to death, ruining any sort of challenge. Its sprites are huge, but most of the screen is dominated by the GUI. On the plus side, you can play as defeated bosses.