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Tekken Tag Tournament 2 (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
4.5 out of 5 stars 114 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
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Platform: PlayStation 3
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  • ASIN: B007X47DJ2
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1.2 x 17.2 cm ; 41 g
  • Release Date: 14 Sept. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 3,197 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:PlayStation 3

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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! WE ARE TEKKEN.



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Challenge your friends in a 2-on-2 tag-team battle, 1-on-1 or 1-on-2. All new mode to customize Combot’s appearance & for the first time ever, his moves.



Up to 4 players can each control a character in the ultimate team battle. More than 50 characters to choose from.



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Fight in your favourite countries around the world. Each character expands their fight arsenal with exclusive new Tag-Throws & Tag-Combos.



Clothing condition alters in real-time with water & dirt effects. All-new features bring the community together like never before.


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 for Display: PlayStation 3
Starting off; my first impressions of the game was slightly odd, my usual characters (Lili and Asuka) feel slightly different than usual. However after a while i found that the new game mechanics have actually improved the fighting experience. This includes the fighting speed / pace, intesity, the whole experience in general feels vastly superior compared to the old Tekkens such as number 6. Infact i playing 6 after playing tag for a while you learn that its alot slower pace.

Starting on the general game. Now everyone enjoys their music. I can see that Tekken Tag 2 decided to take the approach of using Dubstep & Mixes.
The music completely suits the fighting pace that the game has and even give you your fighting hype during the match. I personally think this is a good move for the game as some individuals may disagree with me; however i think its sutiable 'fighting' type music.

A few deserved to be mentioned such as "IT'S NOT A TUNA" on Bountiful Sea & of course the Boss fight's "What you will see" on Heavenly and Fallen Garden. As well as "Tekstep Fountain" on Fontana di Trevi. I also must say the Main menu and character select songs are good and also worth mentioning. There are many other good ones but i must move on.

Character Customisation.
Now this is a major up compared to previous titles; exploiting the shop with your well earned gold is not a problem if you play alot of VS with your friends online, completed the character tournament feature but Nothing beats ghost mode when it comes to praticing and improving your skills as well as getting a few rewards in the process via gold panel fights and Luckly Boxes.

With the shop you have a huge range of Outfits which seem to have certainly boomed up in Tekken Tag 2.
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First off, this is a MASSIVE improvement on Tekken 6.

I have followed this series since the original was released on PS1 so, having been majorly disappointed by Tekken 6, I was prepared for the worst loading up this game for the first time. However, on first play through you get the feeling that the developers have genuinely gone all out in addressing all the niggles of the previous game in an effort to present its fans with a thoughtful, entertaining and nostalgic experience.

Being a sucker for Tekken 2, I don't care much for some of the new characters so it was great to see the likes of Jun Kazama, Angel and Kunimitsu back with decent skill sets that didn't make them feel like they have been added in just for the sake of a Tag game. For nostalgia buffs there's even a movie theatre dedicated to the openings and character endings from Tekken 1, 2, 3, and the first tag. There is a massive rostra of characters but this doesn't jeopardise the quality of the game.

I found the greatest improvements to be the music (with some reworked recognisable tunes and the opportunity to edit in tracks from your own music library), the levels which are interesting and diverse without being ridiculous or just plain unimaginative and the character renderings with detail paid to the various textures and materials. This game feels a lot less cartoony than Tekken 6. Best of all, its just easy to pick up and play.

All your usual modes are here, Arcade (with some decent and genuinely thoughtful endings), Ghost, Versus, Team Battle etc. Customization has been limited somewhat but I found this streamlining to work in the game's favour.

After Tekken 6 I had all but given up on the series. The FREE DLC characters and the clear effort that has been put into creating this game gives the strong impression that the developers had a genuine desire to appeal to fans of the originals and for this reason TTT2 certainly has more than a hint of nostalgia!
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Most Tekken games are just plain imitations of the previous installment. Tekken Tag tournament does something new and different. It is a very welcome sequel and features an insane cast of playable characters with all new move sets that are far more diverse than in previous games. Kicks flow into other kicks and punchs into other punches with way more speed and grace. Switching characters introduces strategy into a bland button basher. A real classic and great for two player with online options too.

Overall Tekken is my fighting game of choice and always will be but this is the best.

Great Graphics, Great Sound, Great fun.
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As a long time fan of Tekken I can honestly say that this game has done everything right. The character roster is already huge with over 50 characters and there's still more to come as FREE DLC.

The original Tekken Tag Tournament was my personal favourite game in the series and I'd say that this surpasses it.

The previous instalment Tekken 6 had great gameplay, possibly the best of the series at the time it came out, but had issues that held it back like often poor online with lag, not the best presentation eg. the menus didn't look that great and the stages and soundtrack, while decent failed to be as memorable as in previous games.

This game takes everything that was good about Tekken 6 and the original Tekken Tag and builds on it. The stages all look truly great, many of which are updates of classic stages and the soundtrack is godlike and puts the music from Tekken 6 to shame. Plus there's the option to add any music you want to any stage and there will be DLC that includes all music from all the previous Tekken games.

The ending movies are now longer and are easily the best they've been since Tekken 4.

The online now runs smoothly with very minimal lag.

The tag system has been updated to allow for much bigger combos and also lets you tag in in several different ways.

There's Tekken Lab mode which is a good tutorial and entertaining to play through.

All the characters added to this game are returning characters from old games, some of which haven't been featured for a long time like Jun, Kunimitsu, Ogre, Michelle, P Jack, Angel, Forest Law and several others.
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