The new sequel to Tekken Tag is due for a relase soon. The original title was a game released in the gap between Tekken 3 and 4. I watched the trailer to see what features were being installed in the game. Of course it looks fun and flashy and younger Heihachi is was placed as the center piece of the video sneak peek. However it's those aethitic details that sum up the possibility of the games end result…fun and uninspiring. Tekken Tag was a great instalment but it was non-canon and just a fan driven money maker. After a decade a sequel is being made and along with other games like Street Fighter X Tekken, and Mortal Kombat vs DC it seems like fighting games are trying to stay alive desperately by creating crossovers to embroil fighting game consumers. Out of all the genres in gaming it seems many PS1 and Dreamcast titles that made the leap from 2D scapes to 3D arenas for fighters have stalled.