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. So if you were interested in the game at launch, you’ve probably either already picked it up, or could get it much cheaper on the home consoles now.
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. Luckily for fans of two fighting behemoths, Street Fighter X (Cross) Tekken delivers a game that not only ISN’T a massive disappointment, but it’s actually pretty darn good.
Summary: Coming over half a year on from its console release, Capcom’s newly pocket-sized mash-up brawler – pitting its own cast against Namco Bandai’s Tekken crew – aims to declare itself the definitive version of the game. For completionists, the wait will have been worth it, as this boasts all 55 characters appearing in the home versions, with DLC and unlockable fighters available from the off.
Excerpt: Street Fighter X Tekken is not a new game, but the Vita release – which was for some reason delayed until October – is slightly less not new. Join us now as we concentrate on the version available for Sony’s struggling handheld, to see how it stands up against its big screen cousins.
Excerpt: Released in March for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, Namco Bandai and Capcom crossover Street Fighter X Tekken has finally made its way onto the PS Vita. After being delayed few times it’s now in the hands of eager players. However, a few questions may be lingering in the minds of fans that haven’t made the plunge on the Vita version. Is it worth it? Does it offer the same knuckle-pounding experience that the console version does?