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Tekken Tag Tournament


Apr 29 2004, 03:27 AM (Post #1)
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Name: Tekken Tag Tournament
Genre: Fighting
Release Date: 2000
Created by: Namco
ESRB Rating: T (For Teens)
System: PS2

Overview:
This game takes all of the fighters from Tekken 1 through Tekken 3, puts them all in one game. Then they fight each other in 2 on 2 battles. There is no backstory, but who the hell cares about backstory in a fighting game? I sure don't. Let's take a closer look at this PS2 lauch title game. Oh, did I mention that this is a side game in the Tekken story. This game has nothing in common with the other Tekkens, except, of course, for characters and same basic fighting engine.

Graphics -9/10
One of the better looking games at lauch. But, then, looking at all of the games, that's not really hard to do. But still, this game looks good. You can see the wind blowing around and the grass swying!

Sound - 9/10
Pretty good. Nothing much to say here.

Control - 10/10
Excellent, responsive controls. The controls feel, just comfortable. It's easy to pull off combos, but you need practice to master them perfectly. And it's on one of the greatest controllers ever made, the Dual Shock 2.

Gameplay - 9/10
It's a fighting game. The 2 on 2 modes adds more depth to the gameplay. It adds more strategy, which is good.

Replay - 9.5/10
Lots o' stuff to get. Normal 1 on 1 modes, a movie mode, even a bowling mode! Great multiplayer mode.

Overall - 9/10
A very solid fighting game. Should you rent it? Sure. Should you buy it? I don't recommend it. Why? Virtua Fighter 4: Evolution (PS2) and Soul Calibur II (PS2, Xbox, GCN) are better examples of the fighting genre.
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