Summary: I didnt like this game at all.Unless you like tag team fighting,i prefer tekken 5 well over this.Unless i got a bad game ,as i brought it back,the graphics were choppy and looked like junk.I wouldnt recommend spending over 2.99 on this game ,lol..buy tekken 5 ,you be happier.
Summary: Now I have loved the Tekken series since number one but this one I thought could have had a little more. Now saying this, last night I played Tekken 4 so I'm basing the one game off of the other. One of the things I would have liked to happen was that I could play as the same character that it shows instead of giving me someone else and giving my opponent the character I wanted.
Summary: This is a fantastic game, however if you have a PS3 dont buy this. Because Tekken tag was made using the emotion engine the PS3 willl only play this while the game is in slow motion (I'm not making this up :) But if you have a PS2 this is a fantastic for your beat em up collection.
Excerpt: "...when we buy the next tekken we will find out a little bit more about each character i also think it should have had a co-operative mode in arcade so two people can work together to complete the game. overall it is a very good game but could have been so much better with a little more thought and effort. ...
Pros: An advantage would be that it has brought a new idea to the beat em up range
Cons: The videos at the end of the arcade mode are not much to really be bothered about earning
Summary: This is a beautiful game, and there's real quality in the graphics and animation, but there's nothing more here above previous Tekken titles on PS1. If you have no other Tekken titles, try it out, but personally, I prefer Dead or Alive 2... there are more game modes to keep you interested.
Summary: Tekken Tag recieved many bad reivews by the gaming community on its release. It is however, a competent game let down by a lack of innovation and originality. A much better fighting game - and possibly the best game fighting game ever - is Soul Calibur (also by Namco) on the Dreamcast. I would advise anyone who wants a fighting game to wait until Easter 2002 and buy Soul Calibur2 on the PS2 or GameCube.
Excerpt: "...similar to all the other Tekken games but this has the tag feature never sen before on an arcade style beat em up. It makes the game far mor tactical than just beating the hell out of someone. With some oldies and newies to the tekken world, this game has a good range of characters to choose from. The arcade mode is worth playing to get all of the many hidden characters there are. I have had the game for six months and I havent even found all of ...
Summary: When I first heard about Tekken Tag on the PS2, I thought great. Tekken 3 was my favourite game and I was hoping for a big improvment. Unfortunately I got exactly the same game, with better graphics. Tag battle is fun for a while, but the game soon becomes boring. The one saving grace is Tekken Bowl, a cheesy ten pin bowling game, that adds about another 30 minutes game play.