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Tekken 4 (PlayStation 2)

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Written by  :  Nathan Thomas (1)
Written on  :  Jul 10, 2003
Platform  :  PlayStation 2

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Summary

The best and most realistic fighting game ever

The Good

The almost realistic graphics. The motion capture. Tekken Force mode, an improvement on Tekken 3's. The fact that most moves can be used properly by experienced or non experienced martial artists. Hwoarang punching as well as kicking. A British character is included for a change. Complete 3D. They can speak.

The Bad

No bruises? No fatigue when the character is about to get Ko'd. Tekken Force is too hard to complete. Not enough game modes. No tag team mode (what a damn shame).

The Bottom Line

Buy it, please, for the love of god, buy this dear game, it's the best fighting game ever ever ever. If one day a peripheral was created so that you could actually execute the moves instead of button bashing, I would recommend this game for that.