Summary: I have not been a Tekken fan for long (picked up Tekken 5 Dark Resurrection PSP a few years ago) and I have never played TTT when it originally came out, but I can say I am really enjoying it. I can't really compare to the original, but the graphics are surprisingly good given how old it is.
Summary: An honest and unbias review of Tekken Hybrid game and Limited edition; Graphics and Visual arts: The graphics was alright, back when I was young and the technlogy wasnt that advance, this game was excellent. But the HD remake didnt do much for he game's graphics and visual.
Summary: My son is 13 and is a Tekken fanatic - he thought it was kool to have multiple tekkens in 1! He absolutely LOVES the movie and he was actually interested in the art book BC he is really into drawing and is this was something that he wants to duplicate!
Summary: Not much to say if you have or played tekken tag back on the ps2 you already know what this is about not much to go on about but the prologue tag game is a step up from the last and the movie was nice the whole set is a great deal truth be told just don't expect a hole new remake is all I'm saying.
Still a great game over a decade later, great overall package
N. Durham, Amazon
12 January 2012
Summary: Tekken Hybrid is a great little package that die hard Tekken fans will totally love. Containing an HD update of the great Tekken Tag Tournament, a "prologue" of the upcoming Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and the full-length CG animated feature Tekken: Blood Vengeance.
Summary: I bought it for the 3D movie and the game was a bonus. I enjoy the game because it is less graphic for younger kids to play and there are some fun/easy learning curve combos. Whereas Mortal Combat is much more violent and bloody gore graphics.