Excerpt: We all know it, family fights which make you throw your son in a vulcano after you come out as winner in a self-organised tournament. Still it seems a bit harder to get rid of those blood relatives that keep trying to get control over the family empire.
Summary: Tekken 6
is exactly what you think it is: the latest iteration in a 15 year old franchise. Fans of the series will accept it—albeit with cries of it not being better than
insert version here
—and newcomers will jump in recognizing the series as one of the few remaining relevant fighting games.
Pros: Solid installment in the, Tekken, series, Good graphics, Smooth offline controls and framerate, Deep move and combo system
Cons: Online mode extremely laggy, Azazel is a cheap final boss that saps fun out of the game, Scenario Campaign mode is a missed opportunity, Lack of co-op in Scenario Campaign mode, Extremely high learning curve with only basic tools to self-teach you the game
Excerpt: After a long break since Tekken 5, the King of Iron Fist Tournament is back, this time in high definition. The question is whether it has anything to offer for the fighting game fan over its predecessor – and my answer is yes, but not a huge amount.
Conclusion: Tekken has never been a series for everyone. But for those with a penchant for challenging fighters, as well as a decent TV and online setup, Tekken 6 has the potential to become your ideal multiplayer game.
Excerpt: Tekken has long been one of videogaming's biggest properties, thanks to the massive growth it experienced on the original PlayStation. Now, as many of us have seen, the fighting genre is experiencing a bit of rebirth at the moment, one that is largely fueled by the release of Street Fighter IV...
Summary: Tekken, one of Namco-Bandai’s most esteemed fighting franchises is seeing it’s first retail release on the next-gen consoles. Check out our full review to see if Tekken 6 is still deserving of the title, The King of the Iron Fist…
Conclusion: As a package, Tekken 6 is far from perfect but it's still a solid fighter and superior to the likes of KOFXII for head-to-head couch play. The new modes and features do little to change the classic formula, but the sixth King of Iron Fist Tournament is nonetheless deep, balanced and rewarding to...