Articles tagged with: Tekken
Last week, the PlayStation Vita received an update that finally adds support for PSone games on the fledgling handheld. PS3 Attitude is helpfully on-hand with a comprehensive guide to everything you could ever want to know about PSone classics, and how to get the most out of this long-awaited feature on the PS Vita.
Throughout Gamescom week our inbox gets barraged by publishers pushing trailers. We can’t complain. We love them, and we know you do too.
That’s why we decided to collect our favourites and put them together in an article. It turned out we couldn’t narrow them down to 10, so we thought we might as well give you 37.
When you see two Tekken players moving with the rhythm of the fight, do see carefully considered footwork, precise execution of combos and perfectly timed blocks? Or is it all just one confusing blur, which you presume could only be caused by the two players bashing their pads?
Street Fighter X Tekken for Vita is getting a bit of a marketing push with the latest video to come from Capcom. In it we are introduced with some enhanced functionality and exclusive features prone to be included in many recent Vita releases. Are you ready to wait for a release date announcement before you can be ready to wait for another Street Fighter re-release?
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is having a pretty cool contest that lets you re-imagine what the game might sound or look like by creating an original piece of art or music that reflects the games style.
Namco Bandai says it’s asking its fans “one simple questions”, which is: “if I were in charge of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, what would it look and sound like?”
It has to be said that there have been a lot of Street Fighter games over the years. Actually, including all the reskins and remakes that fans have been treated to recently, we count at least eight Capcom fighters on PlayStation 3 alone. Bearing that in mind, is Street Fighter X Tekken a worthy addition to this established series, or simply more of the same?
This is a tough generation for Japanese devs working on PS3 with sales and enthusiasm for their products down well below normal and healthy levels.
The UK PS3 game sales charts for 2011 (compiled by GFK Chart-Track) featured no games in the top 10 from Japan. The list was instead dominated by American, Australian, Canadian and European studios. In addition, Japanese devs barely figured in the top 100 multiplatform charts too, excluding the always prolific Nintendo devs.
Tekken Tag Tournament was one of the early highlights of the PS2 era, and it’s possibly the most fondly remembered of the series. Nevertheless, nostalgia has its way of clouding one’s judgement, and the question …
It looks like Tekken Tag Tournament 2 will feature a new playable character and… a younger Heihachi Mishima?
So much happened at the Tokyo Game Show that it’s easy to lose track of all the news. There were grown men crying, Samba Buses sliding, Dante looking hellish and Hell looking stylish; NIS embraced Hi-Res sprites and SEGA enlisted zombies. So basically we had a lot of shocks, surprises, some predictability and plenty of wow moments.
TGS, more than anything, showed that Japanese game development is still going strong today, despite rumours of the contrary. Japanese developers are still pumping out hugely inventive, aesthetically pleasing titles – the sort of games that make you say, “that must come from Japan.”
For this article, we have accumulate ten thoughts to take away from this year’s TGS. They weren’t all positive but most of them were…
Believe it or not, the PlayStation 3 was released nearly four years ago, and since then the console has been graced with hundreds of great titles. Therefore, we at PS3 Attitude thought we’d take some time to pay tribute to the people who create the games that make our mundane lives just that little bit more entertaining: the developers.
Over the next few weeks we’ll be revealing our one hundred favourite developers, and believe us when we say that there are some incredibly talented teams included. We’ve now revealed forty developers in our mammoth list, and today we’re revealing another ten.
The sequel Tekken fans have been begging for has finally been announced.
New gameplay footage shows us some mechanics we may not have noticed before.
Namco reveals Tekken x Street Fighter for the first time at Gamescom (sort of).
Capcom’s Yoshinori Ono released nine new screenshots showing more of Street Fighter x Tekken. Ono-san also revealed the health bar for the very first time.
So far in 2010, we’ve been bombarded with several top quality games and had many interesting topics to discuss. We’ve been very lucky. July was, however, a very humdrum month. Sure, it’s normally dead the month after E3, but we were still looking out for the big releases, but sadly they never came.
Still, we found just enough to keep us interested during the mid-summer shutdown. We digested PlayStation Plus, got to grips with the Medal of Honor Beta and explored Hulu Plus. There were even a few new games announced that left us excited – not to mention an obscene amount of beat ‘em up news. There was also a big announcement here at PS3 Attitude. Here’s the review of the month…
Wish you were there to see the Street Fighter x Tekken unveiling at Comic-Con? Wish no more! Here is the entire 25 minute presentation.
Prepare yourself for epicness. Capcom has just released over 20 screenshots and the debut trailer for the upcoming fighting game crossover, complete with a gameplay clip.
Get Ready For The Next Battle…