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Tekken 6 - Xbox 360
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- Select from among the largest character roster in the Tekken series, including familiar faces as well as brand-new fighters
- Employ each character's unique techniques, moves and attack combinations to powerful effect
- Experience an array of gameplay modes, new features and new environments that heighten the fighting intensity
- Savor the realism of bone-jarring punches and gut-wrenching grapples as the fight comes to life around you in dazzling HD
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Platform: Xbox 360 | Edition: Standard
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For perspective, I fell in love with Tekken with the first in the arcade and it's by far, my favorite fighting franchise. I've played every Tekken to date, and played them to death. Tekken 5 Dark Resurrection is my favorite and I believe the absolute best the series has to offer. So what's wrong with Tekken 6? I'm still not quite sure and that's what's bothering me.
Graphically, it looks very good, in fact the best it's ever looked, but somehow different. The characters have that next gen look about them but may be a little too shiny and bumpy for their own good. I have to admit though, the animations look incredible and very natural and lifelike. The stages are pretty good but nothing spectacular but feature some new break away floors and walls which is pretty cool. The pig sty stage is a real puzzler and is easily my least favorite of the bunch. The soundtrack is also pretty good but I still like Tekken 5 DR's much better. On all fronts though I have a real problem with the the end boss, stage and music. It all just seems so out of place that I have to remind myself I'm playing Tekken. They've tried these type of bosses before and for me, they just don't work. They're much more at home in Soul Calibur than Tekken. After the awesome Jinpachi in Tekken 5, this is a big let down.Read more ›
Upon the game's release I heard rumors that it was full of errors, especially with the online portion of the game, so I held off until they patched it. Finally Namco got a patch out and I made my purchase.
The fighting game action of the previous Tekken games is there and I still love it. Choose your character and go 1 on 1 with your opponents. The new bound system is a bit ridiculous, it allows an enemy to start a combo on you, slam you to the ground, and continue the combo (against a skilled opponent you can lose 60-70% of your health in one combo before you can retalliate). Thankfully it takes some skill to get good at bounds and it's still alot of fun. While nothing much has changed since Tekken 3 there are enough new moves and characters to keep things fresh.
There is so much extra junk that I have no interest in that it's a bit upsetting. I don't understand why Namco decided to make the "Tekken Force" the focus of the game and the arcade section (what the series is all about) the bonus. They can leave Tekken Force completely out of the game for all I care, you don't buy Tekken for Tekken Force. You buy it for 1 on 1 fighting. Tekken Force (now known as Scenario Mode) itself is a bit boring and repetitive, but 75% of the game's achievements are found there so if you're an achievement lover you've got to suffer through it. You run through levels, kill bad guys, collect items which you can customize your character with, rinse, repeat. It plays reasonably well, it's just not very fun.
Now for what most people will buy the game for, online.Read more ›
-Gameplay is good, although some of the animations seem stiff.
-40 Fighters to choose from. Each fighter has a large move set.
-Stages are very active, but 2 of the stages are ONLY selectable through random select
-There is alot to unlock, but most items are pallete swaps and expense, compared to the money get in scenario mode.
-I would've liked a Costume system, more simliar to Soul Calibur 4. Being able to change colors of all outfits, instead of buying from 10 different colors, would have been nice. Also, would have been nice to allow the customized outfits have their own slot, rather than overriding the existing outfits.
-Scenario mode is addictive and frustrating at same time. You can unlock items without having to purchase, but you get a lot of duplicate items, with just different stats.
-Team Vs mode should have been made to load all of the fighters at once, instead of have to sit through loading screens after each team mate(or opposing team member) loses. Not sure why there isn't a Tag mode this time.
What I don't like though are two big things. 1) The "Tekken Force" or Campaign or whatever they are calling it seems to be a major focus as it is the first option in the menu; and it totally sucks. Just button mashing hoping to auto-focus towards to closest guy and move on. Pointless stupid mode. The ONLY reason to play it is to unlock customizable piece for the fighters and get more money to purchase what you don't. 2) The last guy is no fun to fight. I remember back in the day when Heihachi was the boss, and he was a challenge to beat. Nowdays, Tekken has evolved into a solid fighting game with cheating, game-breaking bosses at the end. They aren't "fair" at any point and really take away from the sense of accomplishment in the game as you just have to spam a move that works to beat them.
Regardless, Tekken 6 is still a fun, solid fighting game, despite these two issues. The graphics aren't the best and seem a bit dated now, but overall, especially with the price drop being less than $30, I recommend this game.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The best fighting tournament in the series at its release. Tekken 6 yet another gigantic battle between the best fighters in the world in arenas hosted by the Mishima Zaibatsu. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Andy H.
Tekken is still the best arcade game for me. No matter what series, it's the best one. No doubts about it.Published 2 months ago by Johnson at Amazon
Tekken has always been a fun game. It is a great challenging game especially when you play with someone. The content is great as well. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Davey