Tekken Tag Tournament 2
About the Game:
Initial release date: September 14, 2011
Developer: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Publisher: Bandai Namco Entertainment
Genre: Fighting game
Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Arcade game, Wii U
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Game Review:
If 2011 saw pit the largest series of 2D fighting, 2012 is the year of the return of 3D licenses. After Soulcalibur V half tint, a Virtua Fighter 5: Final quality Showdown, and meanwhile Dead or Alive 5 late September, behold Tekken is back with Tekken Tag Tournament 2 – without its subtitle arcade, “Unlimited” which perhaps best summed up the direction taken by this new episode.
Meanwhile, there is plenty to do on the cake. More than 50 characters (DLC included), some not seen for over a decade: Jun Kazama, Ogre True Ogre, Alex, Michelle, Prototype Jack, Angel, Forest Law will remind good memories to fans of Tekken 3 and Tag, while Jinpachi that returns after serving boss in Tekken 5. For its part, Heihachi has rejuvenated (the doubler died in 2010, the team has the opportunity to rework the character) to return with a mustache and a haircut yet most unlikely. The only “new” character is actually Jaycee, aka Julia Chang disguised wrestler who wins and for once a few shots in addition to an all pink costume.
Internship side, we are not left with over 25 arenas, some of which are from previous episodes. They often have walls / barriers / railings that it is possible to change to destroy the combat area and are full of minor details involved in the atmosphere. Note that peer-play (two players on the same team), details disappear to keep a fluid game, which is quite surprising.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2The technical criticisms that could be made to Tekken 6 have mostly been erased: the game is beautiful, fuzzy feeling is absent, HDR and blur burning the retina next to a source light a little strong were balanced. At most, it found a bit annoying aliasing, which does not detract from the experience. The game knows no slowdown in the match despite the constant changes of characters. It cannot be said of menus or costumes selection screen that is sometimes a bit poky despite installation of over 8GB hard disk.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Game System Requirements:
CPU: Core 2 Duo 2.40GHz OR Better
RAM (Memory): 2 GB OR Better
Operating System: Windows XP 32 bit
Video Graphic Card: 1 GB RAM OR Better with latest drivers
Hard disk space: 9 GB free OR More
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