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Submitted by DeeZee 769d ago | review

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Review | Geek Revolt

GR's DeShaun Zollicoffer writes:

Games use to hold more value. You’d buy them and they’d have enough content to keep you busy for months. But all of that started to change with the introduction of DLC. Now developers everywhere are packing less content into their games and releasing day one DLC. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 isn’t excluded — it has some pre-order bonuses. But there’s a huge difference, this game doesn’t feel incomplete in any way and the extra content will eventually be available for free. Oh, and TTT2 is one of the better games to come out this year. (PS3, Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Xbox 360) 9/10

Scenarist  +   769d ago
tekken ... i love tekken ... just dont change any of the old characters moves ...

also where the fuck is my next gen ..RETRO mortal kombat..
you know where all the basic moves were universal amongst all characters

anyway .. cant wait for TTT2

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