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Tekken 3

by Namco
Rated: Teen
174 customer reviews
Metascore: 96 / 100

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Disc plus hard plastic protective replacement case only. Disc condition ranges from flawless to scratched but is guaranteed to work.


A near arcade-perfect conversion of one of the best fighting games of all time, Tekken 3 is an essential PlayStation title that belongs in every gamer's library--especially now at its bargain-basement Greatest Hits price. While the one-on-one combat here is essentially two-dimensional, highly detailed 3-D character graphics and a roaming camera viewpoint give this game a distinctive 3-D look. Gameplay is fast and furious, with simple controls that are easy to learn. This game also allows for special moves and combos to be executed with relative ease. Various modes of play are available, including "Tekken Force," a one-player side-scrolling brawler.

Chock full of goodies--most of which remain hidden until certain requirements are met--Tekken 3 rewards players' persistent endeavors with secret characters, alternate costumes, and yet another mode of play, Tekken ball, a bizarre variation on volleyball. Also, beating the game's arcade mode allows players to view a beautifully animated epilogue that's specific to whichever fighter they used. And once you've seen one, you just have to see them all. --Joe Hon


  • Near arcade-perfect conversion
  • Multiple modes of play, including Tekken force minigame
  • Lots of hidden features
  • Beautifully animated epilogues for each fighter
  • 2-D background graphics

Product Details

  • ASIN: B00000K2X5
  • Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 4.9 x 0.4 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (174 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,329 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on September 3, 1999
Where do I start! This game is immense. The most addictive and enthralling beat'em-up I've ever played. Tekken has gone from strength to strength without failing to dissapoint each time. The game starts out with the obligatory incredible intro sequence, with some of the facial rendering being absolutly mind blowing! Although not Tekkens strong point, Tekken 3 has a genuine story line unlike the other 2: Kill everyone be claimed winner of the Iron Fist Tournament and win some money. The charecters in T3 all have valid reasons for entering the tournament mostly being revenge or love. The graphics in tekken 3 are all super hi-res and move very convincingly especially with King's painful multi-parts. The inclusion of all charecters being able to sidestep and counter moves in one way or another gives the game an extra dimension in fighting with the side throws added, this only adds to the playability of the game. The extra modes are all very entertaining with Tekken Force being the best: a 3-D Streets of Rage. By completing these extra modes under certain conditions extra costumes, charecters and modes are released. The game boasts the fact that Gon is the only licenced charecter to be in the game. Despite the fact that he's not very good, returning home from the pub and fighting as a 3 foot midgit dino who farts and belches fire will be the funniest thing you would have seen in a long while. The game got incredible reviews every where. If you enjoy the odd scrap then you might like this but if you are a beat'em - up purist you'll be involved in this game literally for months. It's that good I'd give it 10/10, 97%, 5*. You will like this game and your a fool if you don'y have it. I have nothing but praise for the game. The only downside being that despite the 23 odd charecters there is more than a few similarities between their moves. Not anything huge but big enough to be slightly annoying but a magnificent game nonetheless.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Tony on March 22, 2002
I've played all games in the Tekken series, and Tekken III is a vast improvement on the previous 2 versions.
Compared to most fighting games its graphics and basic gameplay are increadible. Movement of characters, sidesteps and special moves are brilliant, not to mension the convinient range of moves from simple punch combos to advanced throws. Having these levels of move difficulty makes Tekken entertaining for a much longer period of time than many rival fighting games.
Namco has given the game a realistic feel, with no fireball shooting stuff that many rivals include. Most moves are believable and gravity has been considered in all jumping and flipping attacks. Amazingly this has taken nothing away from the entertainment value, as its charge up moves, uppercuts and throws are just as spectacular as any fireball.
The game begins with only a third of the characters, most have to be earnt through winning arcade battles at each of the 3 difficulty levels; easy medium and hard. Other modes are included like tekken ball (a painful kind of volleyball) and tekken force (kill heaps of hopeless badguys on the streets) are fun for a while but they are just novelties and aren't anywhere near as enjoyable as arcade and versus mode.
Most moves are included in the command list when you pause the game, and more can be learnt while watching the computer move in battle.
Character design is superior to rivals and no player resembles another. This variety and huge number of fighters to choose from means that somewhere in there must be one perfect for you. Do you like brute strength or speed or a balance of the two? Fighters that specialise in uppercuts, kicks, sidesteps, throws, long range and short range tactics are all there plus a few more on the side!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By "daniel_y" on November 1, 2001
I have been playing Tekken 3 for a long, long time, and it's just as fun now as it was when I first bought it. It's a wonderful game to play alone, and even better when played with a friend. It's my favorite fighting game on the PlayStation, or on any console of its generation, for that matter.
-PRESENTATION: Tekken 3's menus and loading screens are very similar to those of their arcade counterpart, and, although not particularly amazing graphically, somehow manage to look very stylish. They're a perect example of grace through simplicity.
-GRAPHICS: Wow. I do not think that it is possible for the Playstation to generate graphics better than these. The character models are detailed and very well-constructed, and the beautiful textures that cover them smooth them out and make the fighters much more realistic-looking. Unlike in Tekken 2, you seldom see the facets of the character models when they move. The backgrounds are much more detailed than those of the last game, and have been almost seamlessly blended with the floors of the game's many arenas. Namco seems to have pushed the system beyond what it was once believed to be capable of, and the only way for the game to be improved upon would be to move it up to a more powerful console (i.e. Tekken Tag Tournament and Tekken 4 on the Playstation 2). Beautiful. And of course, the CG cutscenes have to be seen to be believed.
-SOUND: This game has the best sound effects of any fighting game on the system, methinks. The punches and kicks and battle-cries are full of energy and vigor, and differ depending on who and what has been attacked by whom. The music is neat, too, but that's really a matter of personal taste.
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