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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
- Take the fight online to engage in classic match-ups or compete for ultimate world domination
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Top Customer Reviews
LOTS of characters to play, with plenty of depth and technical mastery required to truly master the game. If memorizing complex juggles, 5-10 hit combos, safe/unsafe moves, and the frame data for your moves and the moves of your opponents sounds like 'good times' for you then this game has got you covered.
Everything else. The graphics look waxy and dated compared to other recent releases (SC4 which was released by the same company...), the scenario campaign is a tedious grind--hint: choose Devil Jin as your free unlockable and thank me later--although it's not the torture others make it out to be, and most are reporting the online play is laggy (although I didn't notice it the few times I went online to remind myself that I am a horrible Kazuya player).
The hardcore purists will enjoy the game for it's depth and steep skill requirement--and be frustrated with the online play, but those of you just looking for a pretty game to sit on the couch and button-mash with your girlfriend, you might want to skip this one.
you Have to play campaign mode to unlock characters if you want to see their story
Load time (yes this bothers me, because its long enough that there is an awkward silence if other ppl are around watching)
The subtitles are crazy small and hard to read, what are the Tekken ppl thinking? after playing 6 other Tekken games my eyes aren't what they used to be.
story mode battles are quick
this game will keep you entertained for hours
they do a quick recap of the story starting from Tekken (but the subtitles are small and hard to read)
That being said, the appeal here to the casual gamer is limited to Vs. mode in the Arcade menu. I played the campaign mode for about an hour or so, and literally fell asleep while doing so. I haven't tried it since. The arcade mode is great, until you get to the Bonus stage and Nancy pretty much chumps you regardless of your difficulty setting. Luckily, she's only a bonus stage, so whether you win or lose, you go on to fight Jin, who presents more of a challenge than you've probably had up to that point but is still very beatable. Then comes Azazel, which like other reviewers have pointed out, is just a cheap, hardcore punishment only the most dedicated gamers will enjoy fighting over and over and over and over. I played through the arcade mode with Jack (my favorite character throughout this series) the first time I put this game in, and literally didn't lose a match until Nancy pulverized me. No big deal, it's a bonus, so I still advanced and then took out Jin. Then Azazel shows up and I can barely land a blow before the carnage ensues? Jack's a character I've played for, what, 15 years? He's straightforward, has had the same special moves for most of the sequels, and yet suddenly he's just crap against this boss? I played through Tekken 5 with Jack on the same difficulty level and beat the arcade mode in under an hour. Azazel unfortunately kills this game for me, because as a casual gamer my enjoyment playing through the Arcade mode and feeling challenged yet capable for ten matches was completely overshadowed by a ridiculuously cheap and over-the-top boss that's no fun to fight against.
Since then I've followed the Tekken series closely and have owned every Tekken on PlayStation consoles. That brings us to present day and Tekken 6. First, Namco-Bandai, the developer, is classifying T6 as a, "RPG/Fighting Game". That should tell you where Namco is taking Tekken. The ill-conceived "Tekken Force" game that initially appeared in Tekken 3 with variations in Tekken 4 and 5 is now "Scenario Mode" in Tekken 6 and is more prevalent than ever before. In fact, in order to unlock each of the fighter's prologues and ending cinematic-sequences you'll have to at least try Scenario Mode in order to unlock the "Arena".
The same complaints that many Tekken fans have had since Tekken Force initially debuted are still plaguing Scenario Mode. Mainly, the camera and controls are horrible. The player has zero control over the camera and often times you'll find yourself cornered by enemies and the camera positioned poorly. Thanks to the ever-rotating camera, controls will switch on the fly. Each level of Scenario Mode will unlock a bit of the Tekken 6 storyline presented as either a dialogue sequence between your character and your partner Alysia, a journal entry or animated sequence. The story is a contrived mess that is mostly forgettable to all but the most hardcore Tekken fans.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
im going to talk about the good parts first: i like the customization it has just about everything also it has a good story that connects with all the other tekken games it looks... Read morePublished 22 days ago by chad JJ
I find this the most disappointing entry in the Tekken series, just like Soul Calibur V afterwards. Though I like graphics and gameplay and everything, the 6th installment of the... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anthony Marsh Jr.
Sorry so late, this is my favorite game; I'm happy with it, keeps me occupied.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Still the best installment from the epic franchise. Graphics are of the hook as well as it's gameplay.Published 1 month ago by Dave Swanson
Bought this as a gift for my husband. It seems to work well and he enjoys playing it.Published 2 months ago by Emily D.