Summary: Excellent game, i love the tekken series and this one works out very well with many options to play, either wireless or alone but its always better to defeat people :) The game has practice modes where you can do just do, practice before playing for real and ranking yourself, wish it had all the moves in that section though because you end up going online looking for all the other moves for the character you are playing at gamefaqs or any other place.
Summary: My Seven year old son loved the game. He does Tae-Kwon do so found it particularly interesting. There are some scenes that some may find unsuitable eg. ladies in bikinis dancing in the background. Other than that the game is great and I'd recommend the game to anyone who is purchasing for a balanced child.
Summary: for a game that came out in 2005, this is still one of the best looking games on the psp. there are a large selection of modes in the game, and the AI is quite competent in each. the roster of characters is very long, each character plays different and takes quite some time to master, and has tons of customizationg options that will take nearly forever to unlock, so there is plenty of replay value.
Tekken: Dark Resurrection (PSP): Beat up your PSP or your mates, anywhere!
5 October 2009
Summary: 3D one on one fighting comes to the PSP with this portable version of Tekken. It is called Dark Ressurection. It has over 30 playable charaters (including 2 brand new ones) & takes place on 19 different stages. This beat 'em up works like most of it's genre. Two characters on screen. Each with it's own energy gauge. The aim is to defeat your oppoenent using a variety of kicks & punches by completely draining them of energy.
Pros: Great Graphics & Gameplay. Loads of characters. Single Copy Game Sharing.
Cons: No long term storyline. No online mutliplayer. No Tag option.
Summary: I bought Tekken for the PSP with high expectations following all the PSOne and PS2 titles. I was not disappointed at all. The graphics are of the highest quality for a handheld game and provides more than enough modes to play through The only reservation I would have about this game is the PSP's D-Pad makes it very hard to consistently nail the combo's that involve a diagonal direction.