Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U User Review
Super Gamer Dude
Nintendo has brought the Tekken franchise to the Wii U console for the first time in a remake of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 which was released in September of last year for the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 has a mode for those who are new to the Tekken Franchise and it is called the Fight Lab. In the Fight Lab players will learn the basics of the game before jumping straight into the action and trying to figure out the controls for themselves. The Fight Lab teaches players how to perform different fighting moves. Players will progress from level to level as they fight off opponents. In other words the Fight Lab is a tutorial mode which will be beneficial for those who are new to the Tekken series and are not familiar with the controls of the game.
For those that are familiar with Tekken, you will be happy to know that this game is still the same Tekken that you know and love. The fighting is still fast-paced and works well. The punches and kicks are authentic and every fighter in the game has their own unique fighting style.
Tekken Tag Tournament features 4 main modes which are Survival Mode, Versus Mode, Pair Play Mode, and Practice Mode. You have the option to play with a friend on the same console or you can play online.
Survival Mode is where you play against opponent after opponent until you are defeated. Practice mode is where you are able to practice your skills, as well as record and upload videos. Versus Mode is your standard tag match. Pair Play Mode consists of four players who are limited to one character each in a tag team match where they will be tagged in and out of the game.
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 gives players the option to customize every character in the game. You can change characters attire add accessories such as glasses and hats and much more. You can even go as far as to change a characters haircut if you please.
This game is called Tekken Tag Tournament 2 which means you are in for some tag team action. The addition of the Tag Assault system adds a more strategic element to the game. You can tag your teammate into the game while your opponent is in the air. You will be able to pull off tons of different combos while your opponent is in the air.
There is no big difference between the Wii U version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and the Xbox 360 and Playstation versions released in September of 2012. The only difference is the extra modes such as Tekken Ball, Tekken Supporter, and Mushroom Battle. This game also features costumes inspired by Nintendo. Players will also get to use Nintendo characters such as Mario and Peaches.
Tekken Ball is a variation of volleyball where you inflict damage to your opponent by hitting the ball on the ground. Mushroom Battle is a mode where you fight your opponent while good and bad mushrooms fly around you. If you grab a good mushroom your character gets bigger. If you grab a poisonous mushroom your character will shrink to a smaller size.
The Wii U edition of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is the best one to date with its extra modes and features. Nintendo fans will be able to battle it out with Mario versus Jin. This is a solid fighting game that offers players character customization and an engaging experience. The Tekken franchise welcomes old and new fans with another great addition to the Tekken Tag collection.