At the recent Tekkeg Tag Tournament Global Championship in South Korea, 13-year-old Alexander “AK” Laverez sure has remarkable skills when it comes to fighting games. The young Filipino was able to beat Japan’s favourite Nobi as well as one of the top Korean player Help-Me!!
For Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition, a Japanese peripheral maker is releasing a Tekken Tag 2 fight stick. It connects via the Wii Remote, and it will be out on December 8 when the Wii U launches in Japan. Priced at ¥7980 ($96).
There’s already a ton of character customisation options in the newly released Tekken Tag Tournament 2 but the Wii U version will be getting fan service of the highest order. Namco Bandai will be releasing themed outfits that turns characters into Bowser, Zelda or other characters from iconic Nintendo games.