Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Coming Christmas 2012

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Coming Christmas 2012
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Here’s a pure hype video for Tekken Tag Tournament 2, to be shown later tonight at the Spike Video Game Awards. Namco says it’ll be here for Christmas next year.


  • Didn’t they just launch a demo for this? Kinda lame that theres this huge delay between the demo and the final game. Makes me question their timing somewhat..

  • Some arcades in Melbourne have it too. There’s one in Box Hill that’s in the process of getting 2 machines up and running. I found it odd that the arcade unit is based on a PS3. Less, the fact it needed a live internet connection.

  • Imagine a video game about the difficult life of a typical, but troubled adolescent. He’s the product of a broken home and alienated from his parents, who are more interested in the novelty of their new marriage than in the responsibility of raising a child. He’s been in and out of different schools and finds it hard to make friends. Disappointing relationships make it hard for him to trust other kids, and more so other adults. He acts out and gets in trouble, sometimes from boredom, sometimes from belligerence, and sometimes just to get some attention, since he doesn’t get any at home.

    The video game would allow the player to live in the shoes of this typical adolescent during a time-compressed academic calendar year, in order to understand the conflicted social situation for a troubled teen. The game might be appropriate for teenagers, especially as a curative. But it would really be targeted at adults, especially the parents, educators, and policymakers who have the power, authority, and life experience to help counsel teens like him in the real world.
    This description sounds like it might have been lifted from a grant proposal for a serious game, one that a researcher might submit to the Department of Education, the National Institutes of Health (NIH), or the National Science Foundation (NSF). But it’s not. It’s the premise for Rockstar Games’ controversial new title, Bully.

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