Summary: I bought this game because I ADORED the original Tekken Tag Tournament, but I was soo disappointed when I picked it up. I realised what a bad mistake I had purchasing this game. Terrible control in my opinion, lackluster features and no attention to detail led me to never play this since the day I picked it up.
Summary: Not a lot of changes or additions in reality, but at least Nintendo fans have a great 3D fighter, which I don't think actually really ever happened on the Wii. Tekken Tag 2 looks great, and it plays as good as you would expect. 3D fighters should certainly pick it up at its now budget price.
Summary: Get ready for the next Battle, is all that U'll do in the game, The game is not a canonica Tekken game (it mean for someone to don't know it, don't have story mode) it is pure fight but an addictive one , The game on Wii U can be very easy using the game pad to perform the character combos, so if U aren't an expert in the Tekke's world U still can enjoy it, actully within the special freatures the WiiU version of the game is (for someones, I Include) the best.
Summary: If you're even slightly interested in the world of Tekken, you can't ask for a better crash course at a better price. The WiiU version includes all the DLC of the PS3/360 versions in addition to some of its own exclusive content, notably some hilarious Nintendo-themed costumes. It's a very complex game, but don't let it stop you from jumping in and mashing buttons with your friends.
Entertaining And Fun But With A Few Exceptions Not Too Different From The PS3/Xbox 360 Versions
14 June 2014
Summary: With the entertaining and fun addition of the mushroom level and unique Nintendo character clothing the gameplay and other features are the same as the released version for the PS3 and Xbox 360 though for the price it's worth adding to the WiiU library anyway. There's no lagging offline or online and the graphics quality is equal to the again mentioned previous versions of the game.
Summary: This is one of those games that does what you expect it to do. Provides fun play (especially when playing another person) Looks good, feels good (like a Tekken game is expected to feel) but doesn't expand or add anything new.
Summary: You ever Played Tekken 6 on the 360....Well this is better, It has a lot of fighters, cool stages, and Wii U Special features. Such as the characters, you can dress them Up in Different nintendo character outfits and there are some cool multiplayer modes where you get mario mushroom and they can make U HUGE. You like fighting games...
Summary: So much to do in this game... Simply wanted to say how much I've enjoyed Tekken Tag Tournament 2. I've had it for a few months now and played it a lot , and I feel like I've barely scratched the surface of all the content. I really reccomend it.
Summary: I havnt touched the tekken series since tekken 3 on the ps1. i was always a street fighter kinda guy, so when that character select screen first showed up i was immediately intimidated. All the controls, combo systems, command inputs, etc, are so different from street fighter so i sucked horribly at this game for a good month and a half. but now its been about half a year now, and now im pretty decent using kunimitsu and slim bob lol.