Summary: Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is coming to consoles with all of the action seen in the arcades along with unique content and features that won't be seen anywhere else, making for the most feature-rich title in the Tekken franchise.
Conclusion: In some ways Tekken Tag Tournament 2 feels like a waypoint before the next REAL Tekken game. Still, there is a huge roster of fighters and the same tight technical gameplay that is the hallmark of the series. Series fans will be pleased.
Summary: A solid game that definitely has an audience. Might lack replay value, could be too short or there are some hard-to-ignore faults, but the experience is fun. How we score: The Destructoid Reviews Guide
Summary: Only the people who know their favorite characters and have mastered their best combo moves know why one game works and another falls. Generally, we like the fighting games that are easiest to play -- the ones that we can master in competition as opposed to the ones that frustrate with overly...
Excerpt: Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is one of those long overdue videogame sequels where the end product does not quite justify the long wait but is thoroughly enjoyable nonetheless. We’ve had plenty of Tekken games since the original Tag Tournament was unleashed in arcades (remember those?
Conclusion: In mechanics though, the game soars, offering awesome new takes on systems that made the original TTT title a must-have PS2 classic whilst also adding a modern flair and polish that makes it a stellar example that fighting games don’t have to all be about gaining extended revenue through costume and...
Summary: Tekken Tag Tournament 2 really brings it. It's a fighting game chock full of content to keep gamers plugging hours into the game. Customization, great controls and seamless online multiplayer make this a must-buy for fighting game fans.
Pros: Smooth and responsive controls, Wide variety of gameplay modes to keep everyone happy, Customization makes every fight a reward in and of itself
Cons: Learning curve is drastically steep, Training mode is at times incredibly frustrating, Bare bones online multiplayer can get old fast
Excerpt: The King of Iron Fist Tournament has been hosted countless times, but fighting game fans often remember Tekken Tag Tournament the most fondly. It’s taken over a decade, but Namco Bandai is finally making a sequel to the classic arcade fighter, and it’s flashier and more frenetic than ever before.
Pros: The colossal roster filled with old favorites, Clean presentation and silky smooth graphics, Some seriously invigorating music
Cons: A general lack of compelling single-player content, Hitting a wall in the Fight Lab, Losing to the same move repeated ad nauseam