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Street Fighter X Tekken (PS3)

by Capcom
Platform : PlayStation 3
3.8 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product details

Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B005IWQFVS
  • Product Dimensions: 17.2 x 13.6 x 1.6 cm ; 118 g
  • Release Date: 9 Mar. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (59 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 6,377 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform:PlayStation 3

Manufacturer's Description

The long awaited dream match-up between the two leaders in the fighting genre becomes a reality. Street Fighter™ X Tekken™ delivers the ultimate tag team match up featuring iconic characters from each franchise, and one of the most robust character line ups in fighting game history. With the addition of new gameplay mechanics, the acclaimed fighting engine from Street Fighter™ IV has been refined to suit the needs of both Street Fighter™ and Tekken™ players alike.

Features:

DREAM MATCH UP – Dozens of playable characters including Rolento, Zangief, Cammy, Sagat, Hugo, Ibuki, Poison, Dhalsim, Ryu, Ken, Guile, Abel, and Chun-Li from Street Fighter as well as Heihachi, Lili, Julia, Hwoarang, Raven, Kuma, Yoshimitsu, Steve, Kazuya, Nina, King, Marduk, and Bob from Tekken™

REAL-TIME TAG BATTLE – Fight as a team of two and switch between characters strategically.

BRIEFING ROOM – Get your combos and timing just right with help from your friends in this online training mode.

SCRAMBLE MODE – Four separate players, online or offline, control each of the four characters on screen for the ultimate battle royale.

PANDORA MODE – Sacrifice your partner in battle for a short, but powerful, boost in strength.

FAMILIAR CONTROLS – In Street Fighter X Tekken, controls will feel familiar for fans of both series.

JUGGLE SYSTEM – Toss your foes into Tekken-style juggles with Street Fighter X Tekken’s universal air launching system.

CROSS ASSAULT – By using the Cross Gauge, a player can activate Cross Assault and attack with both of their characters at the same time.

SUPER ART – Using the Cross Gauge you can immediately unleash a Super Art. Ryu’s Famed Shinku Hadoken, Kazuya’s Devil Beam as well as the Tekken characters all have original Super Art techniques.

ROBUST ONLINE MODES – In addition to the online features from Super Street Fighter™ IV, Street Fighter X Tekken features totally upgraded online functionality, new smoother netcode and some surprises.


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Platform for Display: PlayStation 3
This game is everything i dreamt it to be, a crossover of two very different fighting games blended quite harmoniously, leaning slightly more towards SF 4 but still adding a new twist to Capcom's ever expanding libary of beat'em ups.
So while i fully agree with the positive online reviews of the game, i do not question the quality....rather the quantity (or lack) of the game.

(The word is that) Capcom have wacked all the DLC on the disc already, so to enjoy the full package the game, which is-
*12 more characters
*alternative costumes
*alternative colour packs
*extra gems
[plus God knows what else!!!!]
you will have to take your wallets/purses to the 'Playstation store' and purchase the content. Im ok with the idea of download content in general, i own all the costumes and the ARCADE EDITION upgrade of Super Street Fighter IV (PS3). But when i think about the idea of the DLC already being on the disc, i cant help but feel a little cheated. why not let us have it from the start??? its already on there!!!

All in all a fantastic fighting game that matches the hype and one ill be playing for a very long time......just be prepared to fork out more cash if you want the complete game.

CAPCOM please stop this DLC scam and sort your act out. stop taking advantage of your fans!!!
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When news came out on this cross over, I was so hyped up about it. I mean a cross over between the biggest fighting game franchises! who would'nt be?! On playing the game, I must admit that I was extremely disappointed. why? Ok here goes....

For such a cross-over, I was expecting the ultimate 1 VS 1 (Tag should have been optional) indepth story line. I was expecting something like The Mishima zaibatsu vs Shadoloo culuminating into an massive tournament or Ryu looking for how to rid himselfself of the Satsui no hado and meeting up various characters in the quest.

Some character rival scenes were mismatched. I was expecting a Ryu vs Jin, Bryan Fury vs Guile, craig murduck vs zangief in a great faceoff.

The graphics look pretty ROUGH. They should have stuck to the SSF4 style.

The gem system and pandora are irrelevant.

Tekken moves are sooooooo limited.

Personnaly I think this could have been one of the greatest crossover fighting game ever. A missed opportunity. I have been playing TTT2 and I think its an awesome game. I just cant wait to see what namco has to offer with TK VS SF.

My opinion though.
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I really tried to like SFxT. I've been a long time (although admittedly casual) fan of both series and seeing them come together was initially a dream come true. The reality is not as such.

The game is very well-made, as Capcom titles tend to be; visually it is very impressive, there's plenty of references to each of the series, and it feels very polished. I hesitate to say it is complete, because it notably ISN'T, but I'll get to that.

The issue is that the way that matches play out seems very stilted and not actually that interesting. It's like it's a mish-mash of good ideas that don't quite work with each other. Long combos are more than feasible but are mostly pointless because of damage scaling. Maybe it's just me, but it just didn't click very well with me. Gems are a nice idea but I'm still not entirely sure about them and their feasibility, and Pandora is practically useless. I've seen competitive matches played and literally not one player used it at all. I'm not really sure why it needs to be in the game.

The main point of contention, however, is Capcom's blatant dishonesty with their DLC planning. It should be noted that the game has ALL future DLC already on the disc. This includes the characters being released first "exclusively" to the Vita version (and yes, they are totally finished and fully playable), DLC costume packs, and presumably DLC colour packs as well.

I'm usually okay with DLC as long as it's completely new content that's not obviously been cut out prior to release to make a quick buck. I think it's a potentially novel way to provide users with a long-lasting play experience. This, however, is blatant money grabbing.
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I had previously bought SFxT when it was released, sure it was fun at first but then It became boring due to the constant time outs and the whole on-disk DLC fiasco. As a result I had sold the copy of my disk to someone else. Now going back to it and playing it updated (and much better) version 2013, it has now become the perfect game. I can finally say I can love this game again and its best and with probably one of the greatest netcodes.
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I played Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter Arcade Edition. These two games are amazing so I bought this one because of the lower price (10£ when I bought). I must be honest that it disappointed me. It's still one of the best beat 'em up games on the market, but the lack of new things (besides the new characters) for the people that owns the previous ones is bad.

I review this game with (1-100):

Graphics - 93
Sound - 88
Gameplay - 97
Game Length - 80

OVERALL - 90

In conclusion, if you already have the previous games, don't buy this. But if you never played Street Fighter IV or Arcade Edition and you like beat' em up, than this game is just the game you were looking for.
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