Summary: The reason why i say im No.1 and why i said the fun factor is 2.5 is that i have played this game for a year almost every day learnin more and more combo's every day.the reason why i put 2.5 is that most people don't give this a try because they suck.if there were more hardcore games than normal i woulda put this 5.0. well anyways i live in ALBERTA,CANADA and if u think ur good on tag or T4 i'll be in edmonton almost every friday. i am a NATIVE.
Summary: I have to say I was VERY disappointed with Tekken tag. I was expecting far too much as I first inserted the Disc into my PS2. Although the graphics are reasonable for PS2 standards, the speed and agility of the characters is SO poor. I, like many others, enjoy a fast paced fighting game and I have to say this was definately not it. If you want my opinion, go out and buy Dead or Alive 2, now that game ROCKS !!!!!
Excerpt: "Tekken Tag Tournament(TTT) was billed as tekken 3.5, an update of the tekken series to be released as a launch title. TTT has the same features as tekken3 plus the addition of tag team fights(as the title suggests) and a new intro. TTT does do what it sets out to do but is just tekken 3 with bells, the modes are all the same apart from the inclusion of a different sub game, the graphics just have minor improvements over its older brother and ...
Pros: nice graphics, fun for an hour .
Cons: repetitive, short, tekken 3 with shiny shoes on
Summary: Tekken Tag Tournament(TTT) was billed as tekken 3.5, an update of the tekken series to be released as a launch title. TTT has the same features as tekken3 plus the addition of tag team fights(as the title suggests) and a new intro. TTT does do what it sets out to do but is just tekken 3 with bells, the modes are all the same apart from the inclusion of a different sub game , the graphics just have minor improvements over its older brother and the gameplay is just copied...
Summary: I have one question for you before you buy this. Have you ever owned Tekken 2 or 3 on the PSOne? If you have, avoid this game. If you are new to Tekken - buy it. This just another (less playable) version of Tekken 3. The graphics are good - but not outstanding, and there are little gripes and glitches which bug the hell out of me (e.g. when a match ends the screen pans around the arena, you can see that the background isn't moving-you can actually see the join).
Tekken Tag Tournament (PS2): Tekken "There is better"
26 February 2001
Summary: So long I have waited, finally got PS2, and I have finally got my go on it. The machine boots up, and those glorious PS2 logos appear on the screen. I really don't know whether I can stand it anymore. And then.......exactly the same start screen appears as the previous Tekken games. Is this the right disk I shout at my friend, he tells me it is, then I see the Tag match option. I place my friend back down in his seat, and position myself directly in front of the TV.
Summary: Of all the games on the PS2 this has come as the biggest disappointment to me. I loved the Tekken series on the PSX, so was expecting great things from TTT. Only they never game. Now I accept that sequels to fighting games generally aren't much different, but this is inexcusable. Apart from the addition of the tag mode, which really doesn't add much, and the prettier graphics, which still don't seem that different from Tekken 3, there is no difference whatsoever.
Summary: My heart beat increases, as my friend knocks on the door. I rush to answer it, my sweaty palms slipping on the handle. I usher him in, and push him onto the couch, whilst snatching the box from his outstretched hands. I tell him to be quiet as he starts to protest, and then I ease that beautiful black machine from it's nest and plug it into my telly. My hands start to twitch as I insert Tekken Tag.