Excerpt: Tekken 4 is the latest in the worldwide known fighting series from Namco where the player has to beat all opponents to win the title of King of Iron Fist and on the way defeat the forces of evil.
Conclusion: While I love the Tekken series, Tekken 4 comes in dead last in regards to overall quality. The series took a big hit with Tekken 4 and it's slowly rebuilding to bring the Tekken series into that great fighting game franchise it once was.
Excerpt: Tekken 4 is the fifth entry in Namco's flagship fighting series ( Tekken Tag Tournament being the fourth), and while not quite a huge leap forward, there are enough new additions to make this more than just " Tekken 3.5 ".
Pros: Lots of variety in fighters and styles, Easy to pick up and play, Great Graphics
Cons: Practice and Training could use some work, New features don't add much to game play
Excerpt: Much like past Tekken games, Tekken 4 has the Mishima clan at odds again, with the returning Kazuya Mishima (who was thought dead after being thrown into a volcano) and Jin Kazama seeking revenge against the leader of the Mishima Zaibatsu corporation, Heihachi.
Excerpt: The Street Fighter games may have created it, according to Capcom, but the fighting genre has since evolved into the third dimension and Capcom hasn't made any serious strides to keep up. That's just fine with many gamers. Two dimensions are perfect for some frantic fights and some good fun.
Excerpt: Tekken is surely one of the games which pathed the way for the playstation-machines in becoming the most successful console systems ever. Whereas in the beginning (on PS1) the Tekken series pretty much stood alone concerning its game play and graphical qualities , times have certainly changed.
Summary: Tekken 4 is another great game in Namco's legendary series. There have been a few changes to the game, which keeps it fresh, and the graphics are stunning. With the poor PAL port of Tekken Tag , this is the game of choice on the PS2, despite no tag mode. Get it now.
Summary: Sport Interactive et Sega se lancent dans le grand bain de la simulation de management d’un club de football sur la dernière console de salon. La concurrence est totalement inexistante, l’adaptation de la version PC et de sa fantastique banque de données nous promet un titre très intéressant surtout...
Pros: Une énorme base de données, Une durée de vie hallucinante, Premier jeu de sa catégorie
Cons: Une réalisation spartiate, Xbox Live quasiment impraticable, Et le son !