Conclusion: Overall, Street Fighter X Tekken is a great
crossover title and more than meets our
expectation of having two iconic franchises duke
it out in one intense close combat! The game has
tons of creative features, from Scramble Mode to
Pandora Mode, from Gem System to Juggle System,
from Super Arts to...
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Summary: Tekken characters such as Kazuya Mishima and Nina Williams will make the transition into the Street Fighter universe, while retaining their unique characteristics and signature moves as they go head-to-head with classic brawlers from the Street Fighter franchise.
Excerpt: Introduction, setup, requirements Capcom was once yet another publisher infamous for its shoddy ports from console to PC, but in recent years has seen the light, so to speak, and begun taking great care with each and every release on our beloved platform.
Conclusion: The game isn't perfect in its steps to accommodate new and casual players, but it certainly is a step in the right directly in most cases, except for those darn Quick Combos. Those who have been wary of the game should do themselves a favor and give it a chance. I don't think it will disappoint you.
Excerpt: And so the classic 2D versus 3D fighting game rivalry has come to a head, but not quite in the way that you'd expect. Instead, the creative minds behind Street Fighter and Tekken have joined forces in an unlikely project that strives to combine the best of both worlds.
Excerpt: Street Fighter X Tekken is the latest game in Capcom’s 21st-century fighter renaissance, and it looks set to continue the winning streak started by Street Fighter IV . Ever since SFxT’s first announcement we’ve had one burning question: How can Capcom integrate Tekken’s cast of 3D brawlers into the...
Pros: Large cast of spiffy badasses, Frantic blend of SF, MvC & Tekken, Absurd new combo possibilities
Cons: Frequent online lag issues, Single-player boring as usual, DLC mania, no Xbox 360 extras at launch
Excerpt: Having said that, those two franchises made some sense together than Street Fighter X Tekken, if only because all the characters in these games moved in a 2D space and their move sets were relatively left intact with no significant changes in how you would play them in each game save for a few...