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Tekken Tag Tournament 2 PS3

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  • Multiplayer Match: Challenge your friends in a 2-on-2 tag-team battle, 1-on-1 or 1-on-2
  • Pair Play: Up to 4 players can each control a character in the ultimate team battle
  • Fight Lab: All new mode to customize combot's appearance & for the first time ever, his moves
  • Largest playable roster: More than 50 characters to choose from
  • New stages: Fight in your favorite countries around the world

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Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

We are Tekken: Never underestimate the heart of a champion. The original tag team fighter that started it all is back. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 delivers new and returning characters in the largest roster ever. Experience the most advanced attack mechanics, ultimate combo move sets and new battle modes. With innovative features to broaden tekken consumer accessibility, unlimited fighter combinations & multiple ways to challenge your friends – get ready for the next battle!

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Tekken Tag Tournament 2

WE ARE TEKKEN

Never underestimate the heart of a champion. The original Tag Team Fighter that started it all is back. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 delivers new and returning characters in the largest roster ever. Experience the most advanced attack mechanics. Ultimate combo move sets and new battle modes with innovative features to broaden Tekken consumer accessibility. Unlimited fighter combinations and multiple ways to challenge your friends - get ready for the next battle!

Winner of Machinima – Best Fighting Game

Key Game Features

  • Multiplayer Match – Challenge your friends in a 2-on-2 tag-team battle, 1-on-1 or 1-on-2
  • Pair Play – Up to 4 players can each control a character in the ultimate team battle
  • Fight Lab – All new mode to customize combot's appearance & for the first time ever, his moves
  • Largest Playable Roster – More than 50 characters to choose from
  • New Stages – Fight in your favorite countries around the world
  • Enviromental FX – Clothing condition alters in real-time with water & dirt effects
  • New Moves – Each character expands their fight arsenal with explosive new tag-throws & tag-combos
  • Online Features – All-new features bring the community together like never before
  • Offline Battle Modes – Re-live the classic arcade mode, train in a first-class practice mode, customize your Team/Character appearance & much more

 

 

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Platform:PlayStation 3
ASIN B006KYYOSO
Release date September 11, 2012
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4.7 out of 5 stars 271 customer reviews

4.7 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #3,152 in videogames
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Product Dimensions 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches
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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
After the disappointing Tekken 6 and the meh style of Street Fighter X Tekken, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (TTT2) sets the bar high for fighting games. Not only does it have a roster of over 50 characters (and counting thanks to FREE DLC), the gameplay and graphics are aesthetic at best(I believe it uses the same graphic engine as Tekken 6). TTT2 creater Katsuhiro Harada listened as fans took Twitter to ask for their favorite Tekken characters to be brought back. Guess who's back? Jun, Alex, Michelle Chang, Angel, and Prototype Jack from Tekken 2. Forest Law is back from Tekken 3 just to name a few of the characters. The stages are a little reminiscent of Dead or Alive as far as being multi-tiered. The tag throws are much of an improvement from the first TTT and the tag assaults are the cherry on top! Here are the some of the modes:
Offline:
Arcade - similar run through of TTT2 in the arcades. Just like Tekken 6, these are offline ranked matches. You fight through opponents until you reach the boss battles - Jinpachi & Heihachi, True Ogre, Jun & Unknown. By defeating these characters, you unlock endings for your fighters. BTW, you can have 2 vs 2, 1 vs 1, or 1 vs 2 battles.*UPDATE* There is no story line to this game. It's pretty much a non-cannon dream match(kinda like King of Fighters '98 & 2002).
Ghost Battle - similar style to Tekken 6 with ranked matches (finally, you don't have to play online matches in order to get past 1st Dan!). You can also unlock customized items for your characters (i.e. the golden matches[hint hint]).
Vs Battle - not much to say about this mode...
Team Attack - the same style as all of the Tekken games
Time Attack - how fast can you defeat the game?
Survival - how long can you last?
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After having a pretty mediocre Tekken 6, and lots of unsatisfying fighting games in-between, I could definitely say that this was the best fighting game I've played in a long time. Harada-san definitely listened to his fans on this one and has made the dream game we've wanted since the original Tekken Tag Tournament.

Gameplay
The gameplay mechanics builds up on Tekken 6's bound moves, where you can switch partners to continue a combo. One usage is Tag Assault, where you switch with your partner to continue a combo after a bound. This puts the opponent in Rage, however, and should be used wisely. There is also Tag Crash, which you can use to break your opponent's combo, but takes away the health you regenerate. So there is strategy involved with using these. The damage is also adjusted, so that you can still do a reasonable amount of damage without having to resort to using juggle combos like in Tekken 6. It gives players the choice to play old-school along with the new mechanics. In VS, you can do 1v1, 2v2, and even 1v2. There is also a mode called Pair Play which allows 4 players to play at once.

Modes
TTT2 has many of the same modes previous Tekken games had: Ghost Mode, VS Mode, Arcade Mode, Practice Mode, Survival, Time Attack, and Team Battle. A new mode called Fight Lab serves as a tutorial to new comers to the franchise. The mode introduces a very quirky story involving Lee Chaolan's alter ego Violet, who trains Combot into the ultimate fighting robot. You go through the techniques they teach you with some hilarious mini-games of sorts, and earn money for customization. As you go through the Fight Lab, you also gain techniques from other characters that you can use to customize your Combot's moveset, making him your own unique fighter.
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Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is by no means a bad game. It's a very polished experience, with a lot of depth and a lot to master. It seems to have a decent community, and the online servers are stable, with very little lag. You will of course run into a little lag, as with most games, but it wasn't a huge problem for me.

There is a lot of customization for the characters, and it has one massive line up. 50 + Characters, I believe. The "story mode" is mostly there as a tutorial, which basically tasks you with powering up your Com Bot, so it can learn more movies. You can customize this character to have a number of different character's moves. It's a nice touch, but most players already have established favorites, and will want to use those characters. You still have the standard single player modes, Arcade, Time Trial, and Survival, but make no mistake, this game is meant to be played online or with friends.

The 3 star rating I am giving is based mostly on the fact that while it feels like Tekken, it seems as though the series has become a little more convoluted with each entry. It's not forgiving to new players, and as said before, it takes quite a bit to master. Personally, I found the game to be just a tad bit disappointing.
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Hey, if you're a tekken fan, or even just a little, you should get this. Some stages are a reminder of the first installment (TTT for PS2), even close up graphics are great, the fighting sequence just as good or even better than the first. I've heard some complain about the difficulty, if you've played TTT for the PS2, u should find last stage and gameplay overall to be a breeze, even on medium difficulty. So wat r u still doing reading this review, go get this game
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