With a slew of Nintendo costumes, mushroom-aided gigantism, and the return of "Tekken Ball," the Wii U version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is pretty much its own beast. Prepare yourself with Namco Bandai's launch trailer after the jump.
Namco Bandai has a few treats lined up for those who have Tekken Tag Tournament 2 on PlayStation 3, as well as those who don't. Starting tomorrow, the fighter will be available as a download from the PlayStation Store for $49.99, and the final timed character roster update rolls out with three free DLC characters. More after the jump.
Teaming up with action choreography stable Wild Stunts Europe, Bandai Namco has put together a slick, action-packed Tekken Tag Tournament 2 short film featuring some of your favorite Tekken characters! Get ready for the next battle after the jump!
Tekken Tag Tournament 2 does a lot right, and it looks like its DLC will be following suit--hit the jump to check out trailers and art of the six free new characters!
Namco didn't exactly light the world on fire with 2009's Tekken 6, but longtime series fans, hardcore online duelists, and even casual fight fans will find plenty to love about Tekken Tag Tournament 2. Hit the jump for our review!
The latest figure to be revealed from Kotobukiya's Tekken Tag Tournament 2 bishoujo statue line is none other than Jaycee. The luchador fighter—sculpted by Busujimax (Takaboku Busujima) comes with an interchangeable head and stands slightly over 8 inches (1/7 scale). Pics after the jump!
While it doesn't quite have the Masashi Kishimoto/CLAMP level big names of Tekken 6, Namco Bandai still brought together an impressive roster of artists to design guest costumes on this fall's Tekken Tag Tournament 2 figthting game. See who's on board after the jump.
If Tekken Tag Tournament 2's bikini bundle piqued your interest then you'll love the summertime bikini trailer, which shows that the folks behind Tekken don't discriminate when it comes to stuffing men, women, and animals alike in revealing threads. Video past the break!
There's not a ton of fighting in the San Diego Comic-Con trailer for Tekken Tag Tournament 2, but somehow I doubt anyone's going to complain. See the "bad girls" of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 strutting their stuff in breathless anticipation for their September 11 debut on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 past the break.