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Whether you love or hate Namco's long-running Tekken series, you have to admit that it sure was weird not seeing its latest installment as part of the EVO 2014 line-up. But, Heihachi Mishima fans can rest easy now: Tekken Tag Tournament 2 has just been announced as one of the titles that the world's best fighting game…
At the recent Tekkeg Tag Tournament Global Championship in South Korea, 13 year-old Alexander "AK" Laverez sure has remarkable skills when it comes to fighting games. The young Filipino was able to beat Japan's favorite Nobi as well as one of the top Korean player Help-Me!!
You’d figure that the guy running a fighting game tournament would be able to take out a grade-schooler with ease, right? Not exactly. In the first few matches of this Tekken Tag Tournament 2 face-off, CEO Gaming bossman Alex Jebailey gets worked over good seven-year-old opponent King Rey, Jr. It’s kind of painful to…
Take a look at the exclusive Paint Mode in the Wii U version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Players use the Wii U control pad screen to draw their own costume designs. Sexy Panda!
The "Saudi Arabia" stage of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 features some Arabic script on the floor. The Arabic script is the name of Allah.
Unless you're planning on adding an external hard drive to your Wii U—either model—it would make almost zero sense to get the downloadable version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and that's even if a North American digital release gets the discount that the Japanese eShop is going to offer.
When I see a video like this focusing on the special moves made possible by Tekken Tag Tournament 2's customization items, it just makes me want to grind even harder to earn more points. That Lei baseball pitch is awesome.
There's already a ton of character customization options in the newly released Tekken Tag Tournament 2 but the Wii U version will be getting fan service of the highest order. Namco Bandai will be releasing themed outfits that turns characters into Bowser, Zelda or other characters from iconic Nintendo games.
Fighting games are prom. Seriously, think about it.
It looks like the already huge roster of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 will be sporting even more fighters when the game comes out tomorrow.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 feels a bit like a best-of album. Almost everything likeable about Namco's fighting game franchise is on prominent display in the sequel. Dancing pandas, overdone intra-family fisticuffs and deep, varied movesets all unfold beautifully animated backdrops. There's a huge cast of playable…
Namco Bandai has unveiled a new online service that they'll launch alongside Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and it's called the "World Tekken Federation."
Some people live for the thrill of intense, one-on-one fighting. They thrive on the click of arcade stick buttons and sideways glances at the player attempting to steal their thunder. Me, I just want to be a robot kicking a bear wearing a ballerina costume while dodging chickens.
The Wii U is significantly more powerful than the Wii or the GameCube before it, but Nintendo's next console doesn't appear to radically surpass the PlayStation 3 or Xbox 360, according to conversations we've had with people familiar with the Wii U and the forthcoming consoles from Sony and Microsoft.
The announcement of a fighting game sequel always comes with two varieties of nervous tension. First comes the worry of "Who's gonna be in it?," where one wonders if their favorite fighters will be showing up in a new installment of Series X. Then comes the panic that developers might have nerfed or ruined your…
If you've been wondering when you'll be able to get your hands on Steve Fox, Lilli and, ahem, Kunimitsu and you happen to live in Europe, Namco Bandai's got answers for you.