Summary: " Street Fighter X Tekken " is an excellent addition to the Vita’s line up. What is perhaps a shame though is that whilst Cross-play may be included, cross-buy isn’t, and neither can your saves be used across the two versions.
Summary: Earlier this year, when I originally Street Fighter x Tekken (SFxT) for the Xbox 360, I really enjoyed the game. In fact, I still do. As the months have passed and despite rave critical reviews throughout the industry, the fighting game universe hasn’t been nearly as appreciative of the game.
Excerpt: for PS Vita showed up unannounced on my doorstep. "Really, Capcom, you want me to review this? But the stream monsters hate Cross Tekken!" But I gave it a fair shot, and a lot of things came flooding back to me from my review of the original
Excerpt: Have you ever played a crossover fighting game and wondered who could have possibly came up with the idea of meshing two completely different worlds into a ridiculous circus sideshow of a game? We’ve all been there at least once, and it’s usually not pretty.
Fight two worlds in the palm of your hand — Street Fighter X Tekken PS Vita Review
11 July 2013
Excerpt: While I wasn’t sure of the original cross over game, Street Fighter X Tekken game was a largely enjoyable experience. However, it shouldn’t be surprising with all of the crossover games Capcom has done.
Pros: Buying the game gives you codes for characters on the PS3 and costumes on both PS3 and Vita, Cross-play between PS3 and Vita works well, Using the Vita as a controller for the PS3 version makes special moves easier due to the touchscreen
Cons: Graphics aren’t quite as good as PS3 version, The Gem system is still as controversial as ever, Not much has been added to the Vita version other than the Burst Kumite and AR modes