Review: Tekken 3D Prime Edition

The King of Iron Fist Tournament has returned to a Nintendo console after a decade long absence in the form of Tekken 3D Prime Edition for the 3DS. The entire ensemble of characters from Tekken 6 is playable and the game is a visual feast of gorgeous graphics that can fit in your pocket.  Local and online multiplayer, as well as the inclusion of the feature film Tekken: Blood Vengeance, round out the package. Few gameplay options and rough controls, however, make what could have been a flawless portable fighter another title that loses much of its quality in the console-to-handheld transition.


Another portable Tekken title is among us. Was anyone really asking for this game? I mean, don’t get me wrong, I am a huge fan of the series, but I just don’t see why this game needs to exist. Well, other than being on the 3DS, in case you don’t have a PSP in which you can play Tekken 6 on that. Nonetheless, 3D Prime Edition is still a solid game ofTekken, but offers nothing to advance the franchise.

My full written review can be seen at Machinima.com.

Now you can kick ass on the go AND in 3D. Glorious day!

Laters,
Jsick

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Jsick

I've been writing about video games for years and playing them even longer. You'll find me playing all types of games, old and new. Mega Man III is greater than Mega Man II.

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