Submitted by Starfox811 1170d ago | review

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Review - TGH

"Tekken has been running in arcades since before the dawn of the first PlayStation that, arguably, catapulted it into greatness. Being one of the earliest 3D fighting game series around, for many, Tekken fits like a well-worn glove or sock: It’s comfortable, not too restrictive, and you know what you’re getting – even if some of the seams are fraying a little. It’s chunky combat with animation gaps the size of the grand canyon suited many, allowing for planning counters and moves that other fighters require you to do near instinctively. You may be able to tell that I was never the biggest fan of the Tekken series, with Tekken 3 being the last game in the series I bought and Tekken 5 being the last one I played. The thing is, with Tekken Tag Tournament 2 I may have just found my love for Tekken once again." (PS3, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Xbox 360) 4/5

ShadyDevil  +   1170d ago
This game looks awesome. Picking it up later today.

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