Summary: Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is by no means a bad game. It's a very polished experience, with a lot of depth and a lot to master. It seems to have a decent community, and the online servers are stable, with very little lag. You will of course run into a little lag, as with most games, but it wasn't a huge problem for me. There is a lot of customization for the characters, and it has one massive line up. 50 + Characters, I believe.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prestige Edition [Asia Import]
30 October 2012
Summary: For those of you who love Tekken like me this addition to the series is great. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prestige Edition [Asia Import] comes with alot, but there is an issue. And that is the online pass and DLC codes need an Eastern Asian account to work. I would suggest Hong Kong since you can select English. Now my box was damaged (the actual Prestige Edition box) so be careful of that.
Summary: To start out positive Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is a good fighting game with plenty of modes to keep any gamer busy for a while. What lets this game down is the lack of any sort of solid plot, for example, after completing arcade mode with each character (You can only unlock one ending video at a time, even if you play as a tag team) you are left with a short, comical video which bares no significance to any sort of plot line.
Hand me this game 10 years ago, the remote be in the tv.
20 October 2012
Conclusion: Ok I really love the tekken games. Had them all since first came out on playstation. When i saw Jun come back i was over the moon because shes one of my favourite. well Maybe not the Bot Version at the end no more. I Must Tell you, Overpowered and worse boss fight i have ever had on this game. Does not let you up and non stop attacking and block shots and rare time where beat her in one go. Other than that major let down. Nice gameplay. Online mode still fun.
Great game, but ruined by modern day gaming traits
6 October 2012
Summary: This is a bit of a weird review because obviously, there's so much characters to choose from and so much of the game to analyse, so in that respect it's a really well-designed game and it's obviously had a lot of time spent on it. However, and this is true for more games than one, when you introduce online elements such as lag, the game becomes much more stressful and humiliating if you don't have that much experience in moves and combos, or simply playing under the...
Summary: Harada and company took the "kitchen sink" approach to Tekken (like they always do), opting to take EVERYTHING from the previous games and cram it into a new package with more stuff. While this may sound like a good thing, after nearly 20 years of Tekken this approach is starting to become stale. TTT2 is undoubtedly Tekken from its head to toe. This is a blessing and a curse.
Summary: Ce Tekken ne fait que suivre la bonne lignée des précédents opus, cependant, en voulant rendre le jeu "accessible aux débutants", il faudrait peut-être créer un vrai mode facile pour éviter de se faire ratatiner même après une dizaine d'heures de jeu... Les environnements sont sympas et bien réalisés, mais le manque de réalisme de l'ordinateur gâche vraiment le rendu final.