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Submitted by dbjj12088 853d ago | review

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition Review [GameRevolution]

GR: "Despite the resurgence of Tekken's "Tag" branding this year, one feature was missing from the original's goofy line-up of distractions: Tekken Bowl. Maybe the beloved oddball would return for an outing on Nintendo's next-generation lineup! Maybe it'd be best to wait for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 until you could pay full-price for it with the privilege of a tablet controller and a non-existent online community.

"Wait, those don't sound like great things? That's because they're not. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 has proven itself a worthy successor and a ton of fun in its own right, leaving the additions on hand in the Wii U Edition to feel tacked on an unnecessary to the experience." (Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition, Wii U) 4/5

alexcosborn  +   853d ago
Love the costumes!
insertcoin  +   853d ago
The extra costumes are certainly awesome. Hopefully, it doesn't take too much gold to unlock them.
knifefight  +   853d ago
Will pick this up with a Wii U if I snag one some time.

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