Tekken Tag Tournament Ad Blurbs (PlayStation 2)

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Back of Case:


    The #1 fighting game series of all time returns with a vengence on the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system and all of your favorite characters are back.

    Features 7 game modes including the new TAG Battle system which pits two-on-two tag team combat.

    34 total charcters from Tekken, Tekken 2, and Tekken 3 with more than 2000 moves including all new ultra powerful tag combinations.

    Unlock special hidden characters, secret game modes, and the new cinematic sequences for character teams.

    Play with a multitap (for PlayStation 2) and up to four players can compete in the Iron Fist Arena.

    Contributed by Corn Popper (69323) on Jul 27, 2003.

From uk.playstation.com:
    For those in need of some stress relief, the launch of PlayStation®2 sees the release of Tekken Tag Tournament, the stunning evolution of a series that is already considered a classic. With a full compliment of its star characters, players will be eager to find out what has happened to the fighters since the last game; whether feuds or friendships still stand, and what caused the changes in attitude.

    With the incredible processing power of PS2, the movements of the characters are unbelievably fluid and incredibly fast, and as the title suggests, fighters are paired off to form tag teams of your choosing. In addition to the glorious renditions of both characters and backdrops, you'll notice the speed with which combatants will tag in and out of the fight. Use it to your advantage. Careful and strategic tagging will help wear your opponents down and ensure you commit the most suitable character depending on the situation

    Tekken Tag Tournament also brings you the ability to throw up to 4 players into the affray, transforming the action into something more inclusive then ever before. This game will take you to the edge and over.

    Contributed by Grant McLellan (541) on Sep 12, 2001.