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- Powered by the Unreal Engine 4, Tekken 7 sets a new benchmark for graphical fidelity for the fighting game genre, pushing the new generation of console hardware and PC visuals to the limit.
- Hollywood-like, over-the-top cinematic action sequences blend flawlessly into fierce battles.
- Select characters from an impressive roster of fan-favorites and all-new fighters, each with a distinct set of deadly techniques, martial arts moves and combos
- Street Fighter's Akuma flawlessly transitions into the 3D space and joins the fray in an epic franchise mash-up complete with all his shoto-style moves and fireballs
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Raise your fists and get ready for the ultimate battle on the next generation of home consoles. Powered by the Unreal Engine 4, the storied fighting franchise returns for another round in Tekken 7. With the faithful 3D battle system and gameplay intact, Tekken 7 takes the franchise to the next level with photo-realistic graphics and new and innovative features and fighting mechanics. Tekken 7 resurrects the attitude, competitiveness and showmanship rooted in its arcade DNA to provide the ultimate fighting game experience.
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Although the gameplay is great, there are some obvious flaws. There's little to no tutorial mode. Story mode act as a tutorial, but it's not really all that useful. There are no more character endings when playing arcade mode. It's fun and all to see the Mishima saga play out, but it would be cool to get an ending for finishing arcade mode with a character to see his/her role in the universe. Then there's tournament mode. The mode is great. The idea to great, but the implementation is a bit short sighted. When a tournament starts, the prize pot is 4,000,000 when 8 players join the room. But as people leave the room, either after they lose or if they lose connection, the pot drops. The prize shouldn't drop when people leave. Namco can't really expect people who lose in the first round to sit there and wait for the conclusion.
Like I said before. As a fighting game, it's one of the best I've played. But doesn't feel like it's all that welcoming for new players.
+ Gameplay looks and feel fantastic.
+ Easy to pick up and play, yet deep enough to keep people playing.
+ Big move list allow user to be more creative.
- No real tutorial mode
- No individual character story/endings like in the past
- Tournament mode needs some work.
It is a short game, and that should be noted. I got it discounted, so I recommend the same. Not worth $60.