Reviews and Problems with Tekken 3D: Prime Edition
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27 December 2013
Summary: tekken 3D might interest some people by letting you play tekken on the go but trust me: this game is awful. theres only 2 modes so you'll run out of things to do quick and the collectable cards aren't a good reason to keep on playing since they're completely useless. the best part about this game is the movie. which is so bad its amazing.
Summary: This was bought for a Tekken fan and was greatly enjoyed! The person played this game for hours and really enjoyed it. It is a great way for Tekken fans to be able to play the game the love in a Nintendo game that can be carried around. On long car trips or in the waiting room of the doctor's office, this game can be played anywhere since its on the Nintendo.
Summary: Pros: the graphics are great, the 3D is unobtrusive, the 3DS pad matches the game as well as any other. the same great game you play on the consoles. Cons: stagnent backgrounds, pointless touch functions. personally, i don't like the new Yoshimitsu costume.
Summary: Ok, I never played tekken before this game. I was used to street fighter and the like, and I was amazed at how hard this was for me to catch on to. Seriously, I suck at this game. But enough about me. This game is really impressive visually and has solid controls (in my opinion). I like how many characters there are, and the lack of a story makes me happy, as it would just get in the way of the fighting. The included movie is worth buying this anyway.
Not a Full Tekken Game; missing many modes and customizations
MeinToatThamein "Toat", Amazon
24 May 2013
Summary: If you have the space and capability in that little game card to put in a full featured 3D movie, then you have space and capability to make the game a LOT better with more customization and gameplay modes (Arcade?? Story??) by getting rid of that darned movie. The fighting engine is great, nice FPS and all but the lack of any tangible rewards or customizations make this a complete disappointment as a "full" Tekken game.
Summary: I was looking for a basic fighting game and this is pretty much what I was looking for. There is no story mode, but the short movie that comes with it is entertaining. Each character has one alternate outfit to choose from, and you can add whatever moves are available for each character, although some require a lot of button combos.