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IGN - Street Fighter X Tekken: Kick Ass on Vita

IGN - This pocket ain't big enough for the both of us. (PS Vita, Street Fighter x Tekken)

Muffins1223  +   1144d ago
Looks good
RubyToTheMax  +   1144d ago
I agree, the game looks REALLY good. This will be my first fighter game on the PSVita and I'm looking forward to it.

Fighting games are perfect on portable handhelds.
knifefight  +   1144d ago
Vita is the best way the BlazBlue series has ever felt. If you like 2D fighters, you might consider that one too.

(It's made by ArcSystemWorks, same people who made Persona 4 Arena, Guilty Gear, and Arcana Heart.)
eferreira  +   1144d ago
I have mk on the vita and it plays exactly like the console versions. great dpad
ABizzel1  +   1144d ago
I said it once and I'll say it again. The Vita is the best way to play fighting games. Every fighting game has been superior on the Vita when compared to the console version, and touch controls are all implemented well. Mortal Kombat is the only Vita version that suffers and that's only graphics.

I've been disappointed with most fighters on console, but for some reason when I play them on Vita, it just feels right. Hopefully Tekken Tag Tournament 2 comes to Vita.
Baka-akaB  +   1144d ago
I dont see how it's superior on vita to play Blazblue . It's very well done and the vita's control are actually nice for an handheld , but that's it . The ps3/360 still have an edge in effects and animation , and there is no extra content missing in CS extend

You also still have potential better controls on home consoles with arcade stick . You have a better potential for mutliplayer too between online and simply gathering people around .

Let's not forget the spectator effect and factor too .... way easier a crowd pleaser on a tv screen than a vita obviously .

Still it's indeed a great version .

"Mortal Kombat is the only Vita version that suffers and that's only graphics. "

Nope Marvel also while still extremely beautiful and close to the home version got static and no longer animated backgrounds .

Anyway i hope you are right , but i can't picture Tag 2 on a vita anytime soon , not at a safisfactory level anyway . It's very taxing for both the ps3 and 360 and had to use lots of bag of tricks (like changeing resolution on the fly) to propose something not even arcade perfect (yet awesome)
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forestfrog  +   1144d ago
This game is going to live in my vita! The main reason I got a vita... this game.
Smashbro29  +   1144d ago
I'm getting this. Vita is not better than consoles for fighters but it's the only way to play em on a bus.
knifefight  +   1143d ago
I, on the other hand, will fight the bus.
DivineAssault  +   1143d ago
cant wait to pick this up.. im going to love hearing pplz excuses when i pull this game out & compare it to the 3DSs SSF4.. overkill just like Blaz Blue was...

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