The unannounced Sega fighting games were given XBLA age ratings last month, reports Sacra. Release dates and platforms remain unconfirmed.
Sonic the Fighters first appeared in arcades in 1996. It was later made available as part of the Sonic Gems Collection for the GameCube and PS2.
Virtua Fighter 2 and Fighting Vipers, meanwhile, also made their debuts in arcades, before being ported to the Sega Saturn.
The games join the likes of Space Channel 5, Crazy Taxi and Daytona USA in getting the XBLA treatment.
Most recently, Sega released multi-platform ports of Sonic Adventure 2 and NiGHTS into Dreams.
Watch a Sonic the Fighters gameplay demonstration below: