Parents' Guide to

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Feature-rich fighting contest is violent, with mild blood.

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Whether you're a seasoned Tekken fan or new to the franchise, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 gets it mostly right -- for a few reasons. For one, the game offers a very deep combat system that gives you complete control over your fighter's moves, combos, and acrobatics. It might be a bit intimidating at first (be sure to spend some time in the Fight Lab for training purposes) because this is not the kind of game you can "button mash" through. The game feels good, too, with tight and responsive controls. Secondly, there are many different modes to try out, offering a lot of gameplay; choose between solo or tag-team matches, offline and online play. Finally, this sequel looks great, thanks to high-def models, a variety of countries to fight in, and real-time weather effects. The only major complaint is the high difficulty level compared to other fighting games -- but this might be considered a bonus to hard-core players instead of a shortcoming. Overall, Namco Bandai has done a great job with this eagerly anticipated sequel.

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