Conclusion: Even with this significant problem, however, Tatsunoko remains a must-buy for fighting fans. Its balance, variety, accessibility, and depth are unmatched on the Wii, and it gives even fighters on other consoles a run for their money.
Excerpt: The lineup is amazing. Not because of its size, but its variety. Most folks will recognize Ryu, Chun Li, and Morrigan; those three represent some of the most popular series in the fighting genre. More experienced gamers will be delighted with the appearance of Alex and Batsu, the heroes of Street Fighter III and Rival Schools respectively. Or surprised, in the case of Roll and that huge mech from Lost Planet .
Review: Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars (Wii)
6 February 2010
Conclusion: Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars is a game full of surprises, even before anybody can pop the disc into their Wii. First of all, this game shouldn’t have even made it stateside. Tatsunoko is definitely not a commodity in the United States, so it’s surprising to think Capcom took the risk and brought it here—on the Wii no less, a console that has unfortunately lived with the stigma of being for casual players only. Within minutes of playing, however, players of...
Excerpt: It’s staggering how many Japanese games there are that never make it to America. This is understandable in part: many of these games are poorly made, or are otherwise totally incomprehensible for American audiences (case in point, Sega’s
Excerpt: It’s staggering how many Japanese games there are that never make it to America. This is understandable in part: many of these games are poorly made, or are otherwise totally incomprehensible for American audiences (case in point, Sega’s Sukeban Shachou Rena , about a cat who has to run a Japanese business. Wearing a cat suit).
Wii Review - 'Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars'
1 February 2010
Summary: Tatsunoko vs. Capcom: Ultimate All-Stars pairs well-known characters from Capcom's roster of games with some of Japan's most beloved characters from anime powerhouse Tatsunoko Production. All together, there are more than 20 colorful combatants to choose from in order to form the ultimate tag team combination.
Mad Catz Tatsunoko vs. Capcom FightStick Review (Wii)
Gamers Daily News
1 February 2010
Summary: This is an excellent stick that improves on the shortcomings of previous ’standard edition’ FightStick products without increasing the MSRP. A good stick out of the box and easily modified to become even better, it’s a great choice for fighting game fans.