Rated 0 out of 10
by Adogg00 Big Bikini Fix
They finally fix the BB problem! I was a little worried that weren't going to get it but we are, yes!!!! Love Tekken ever since I played TTT1 4 the Ps3!!! ^.^
Rated 10 out of 10 by Austyn2288 One of the better installments in the series
In recent Tekken qames, there was always game mode(s) cut off/taken off (ex-Tekken 6, Tekken 3D Prime Edition, etc.) But this qame seems to have all that can keep you satisfied, excellent qraphics make the qameplay smooth, and enjoyable. The characters added are old favorite classics, and even after beinq removed from a couple of qames seem to fit in perfectly fine. Characters were given new combos, new outfits, and new customization outfits. The qame has many modes to keep you happy and entertained. I can't seem to find anything wronq with it. The staqes and scenery are qood, and interestinq backqrounds just make the qame more enjoyable. The tag features make combos alot more fun, and intense. The qame is great in many ways, the qame has a nice arcade that is a better upqrade than Tekken 6's arcade mode. Overall this qame is great and deserves the praise it's qettinq. I recommend this qame to someone who loves fiqhtinq qames, or is just wantinq a nice fiqhtinq game, it's worth it:)
Rated 9 out of 10 by PhreshNyc Best Tekken To Date
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is the best tekken title Namco released to date. Any one you can think of in the past Tekken games is in this one. The graphics are amazing, as well as you being allowed to add your own stage music. I have been a Tekken fan since Tekken 2 which is my favorite in the series.
I will say if you are new to Tekken it will take time to getting used to how it plays. Wither your used to tag combat or 1 on 1 you will fit in easily. My ownly complains was the insane long juggling at times. But once you become more experienced at how to avoid it youll be fine. Contrary to many videos showing insane juggling thats not all this game is. I actually use basic combos back from Tekken 2 and TTT beasted with Kazuya without using long juggling. I do wish they add co op to the game like bowling, tekken force or even tekken ball. Just something you can play with a friend other than battle modes.
I highly recommend this to Tekken fans, as for new comers its best you rent it first
Rated 9 out of 10 by alanawesome Tekken:Tag Tournament 2
Tekken is one of the mosts successful fighting game franchise and here we hget a really solid fighting game featuring a roster of about 40-50 characters and destructible scenarios and more , gameplay in this game its reallly easy to learn , you can connect simple combos in your 1st time playing this game , tag team its the base of this and its reallly fun , overalll single player modes , welll they are a lot , Arcade , Time Atttack , Survival , Training and much more , with a level up system for your characters and much fun , online mode (requieres online pass) its also a great addition and its as great as Tekken 6 online mode was , TTT2 at the overall graphical/sound aspects its great , with Japanese and English voices from the characters , If you like Tekkken 6 , you have to get this one , if you played other Tekken games , you have to get this one , if you like fighting games , this one is worth it
Rated 8 out of 10 by AC3Assassin Fun To Play With Family or Friends
I personally am a fan of the Tekken games, I have been playing Tekken since Tekken 2 and I haven't stopped playing since then, with over 50 playable characters and a ton of fun maps this keeps me playing, I personally like the characters in Mortal Kombat better but I love the story so much more in Tekken, having played Tekken longer I personally prefer Tekken over MK, I love and own a lot of the Tekken games as well as the new MK but I personally think that Tekken provides longer gameplay without getting bored than MK does, I love both of the series because I am a fighting game fan, I also love MK Vs. DC Universe as well as DC Universe Online but I like Tekken better, if you haven't picked up Tekken tag Tournament 2 I recommend you pick it up, I waited a while to write this review because I wanted to wait for the Platinum trophy on PS3 Trophies, Overall great game, Highly recommended.
Rated 0 out of 10 by Electronaut72 The Next Evolution Of Tekken
The original Tekken Tag Tournament hit arcades in 1999, and has since remained a timeless favorite among fighting game fans. It introduced the tag-team mechanic, obviously...but it also brought back many characters that had since been omitted from the series at the time--such as Kazuya, Wang, Bruce, ect. Tekken Tag 2 will follow a similar formula. Expect to see the entire Tekken 6 cast back in action with new moves, polished character models, and a few surprises...like Young Heihachi, Jinpachi, True Ogre, Julia in a luchador outfit (aka "JC"), and the return of Jun Kazama as both a last boss and playable character. Tag 2 will be without a doubt the best Tekken yet--and the perfect remedy to pacify fans until Tekken 7 hits. To hold you over, make sure to check out the HD revamp of the first Tag Tournament and the demo of Tag 2 included with Tekken Hybrid.
Rated 1 out of 10 by pink1235 WORST GAME EVER AND A MESSED UP CHARACTER
out of all of all the Tekken games this TTT2 game is the most worst games I've ever played. Tekken 6 is my most favorite fighting game and my favorite character is Leo. But after knowing that TTT2 said Leo was a girl that REALLY got me ticked. He doesn't acted the same, talk the same,or look the same. Leo was talking English on Tekken 6. Also everybody should know that Leo's a BOY there's nothing girly about him! I miss everything about him on Tekken 6. Even some of the outfit are wrong on TTT2 he had something that girls are suppose to wear. that why Tekken 6 is a real Tekken game with the real Leo. the only thing good about TTT2 game is that you can fight 2 to 2,has new characters, and some of the characters endings are funny:) and sad:( ,but not Leo's I don't even like Leo's ending on TTT2. only like Leo's ending and beginning on Tekken 6.
Rated 8 out of 10 by gamzee enjoyable
this is one of those games i bring out when i have guests and i want to own someone. I Highly recommend it for all kinds of people. its a game i have grown up with in arcades and now can just lay back in my room and enjoy it just as much.
Rated 10 out of 10 by raytooeasy WHAT TEKKEN 6 SHOULD HAVE BEEN!!!!
The best Tekken since tekken 5 dr in my opinion. All the characters from all the tekken games are back except for gon because of copyright issue. Harada gained my trust by giving free dlc unlike capcom. If your new to tekken this game has a mode called fight lab where you can learn the basics and see some funny street fighter parodys. THE ONLINE IS GREAT!!! No lag like tekken 6 great net code this year. Recommend for all fighting gamers and casual gamers you will have fun with this game. They are releasing dlc on 10/9 and a patch that will lower the difficulty for people who cant beat arcade mode. 10/10 overall follow @Harada_TEKKEN on twitter for updates he answers his fans and is willing to listen to your feedback. psn-raytooeasy
* on a side note you can use any music that is on your hard drive for custom soundtracks!
Rated 1 out of 10 by CassSophFan Worst Tekken By Far. Not Worth the $60
As a former Tekken fan, I have come to the conclusion that it's time for this series to evolve. The graphics look worse than the arcade version of Tekken 6 Bloodline Rebellion(for example, the models), with the only improvement being the faces on the characters. The character customization is a joke compared to the previous game(Tekken 6). Not to mention there are unnecessary clone characters as DLC(i.e. Miharu has the same moveset as Xiaoyu as she did way back in Tekken 4). The endings yet again consists of mostly lame joke endings(with the exceptions being Nina and Xiaoyu's endings) that make no sense. Also, did I mention this game lacks any character balancing whatsoever? Unless you're a diehard fan of the Tekken series, I would advise you to ignore this game and save your hard-earned money for something else.