Excerpt: There’s strength in numbers. Ever hear of that old saying? It’s not just random piece of philosophical jargon, but an observation of our daily existence. Ideally, a team of people can get a job done far more efficiently than someone working solo. The average person cannot lift a car, but the combined strength of several others can make it a relatively easy task. The size of an army can spell certain victory or utter doom in the midst of battle.
Excerpt: Games on the PlayStation 2 are going to look better than games on the PlayStation. I'm sure it would be possible to make a bad looking game on the PlayStation 2, but you'd have to work hard at it. The PlayStation 2 also has immensely greater computational power than the original PSX. Tekken Tag Tournament puts this to use in certain stages, where the backgrounds are richly animated.
Excerpt: Before you go anywhere, make note of this, this review of Tekken Tag Tournament is a revised version for US of the import review I wrote back in April. I decided to do this because the US and Japanese versions have remained nearly identical except in the visuals are which I have re-written as well, I'm not doing this because I'm lazy, but because I would end up writing the same words in my US review as I did in my Japanese review, about half of this is new text, thank...
Excerpt: The newest member of the Tekken family debuts as one of the premier fighting games for the PS2. Tekken Tag Tournament's attention to visual detail and fun gameplay even outperforms its coin-op counterpart, making it a must-have title for fortunate PS2 owners.
Excerpt: When you think of Tekken, what is the first thing that pop into your head? The first thing that I get is "greatest fighting series of all time". People may argue but it is pretty safe to say that Tekken is by far the only fighting series that is not "sequel happy". Take a look at the Street Fighter series, since 1994 we must have gotten over ten Street Fighters.