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Tekken Hybrid

7.3 reviews

Tekken Hybrid is a collection of games containing Tekken: Blood Vengeance 3D, and Tekken Tag Tournament. It also contains a "Prologue" demo for Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

Genre Fighting Games
Platforms PS3 

Developer Namco Bandai Games Publisher Namco Bandai Games Release Date Nov 23, 2011

Tekken Hybrid Reviews PS3 

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8 reviews

impulsegamer.com review
Although from a Western point of view, the story is a little extravagant and nonsensical but seeing the amazing CGI animation is definitely worth the admission price alone and the fight sequence at the end is thoroughly cool. Nonetheless, it looks gorgeous on Blu-ray and is on par with other Eastern CGI releases such as Final Fantasy.
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psu.com review
This isn’t always a bad thing, as you’ll be turning to your attention more to your arsenal of bread-and-butter combos, specials and grapple techniques. Indeed, timing becomes just as instrumental in getting the upper hand on your opponent as it always did, though instead of timing juggles and ‘bouncing’ them for another round ala Tekken 6, you’ll be looking for an opening in your enemy’s attacks to land a clean blow. It’s satisfying and there’s still a fine degree of strategy involved as you mix up attacks, plus advanced fighters will still get a kick out of escaping throws or ‘chickening’ reversals. Of course, the Tag component really adds a new tactical dimension to the tired and tested Tekken paradigm, and it soon becomes apparent your partner is more than just a second health bar. You can tag in an out and any point, sure, but you can also spice things up by smacking your opponent skyward, tagging your partner in, and getting off a small juggle before they land. This also extends to throws too, with King and Armor King in particular possessing jaw-dropping tag grapples.
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ign.com review
That being said, for the Tekken purists out there, there is a lot to love. From the 3D film to the HD-ified Tekken Tag Tournament, if you are a super fan of the series, this is a solid chunk of Tekken content, and a fine way to pass the time until Tekken Tag Tournament 2 hits.
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7.8 reviews

gamerstemple.com review
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7.7 reviews

ztgd.com review
Overall, this is a decent package for the hardcore Tekken fan, but not many others. If you are a fighting game fan, the lack of online will be the biggest deterrent, and a demo is still a demo in most people’s eyes. Tekken fans, though, will no doubt feel justified in the price tag considering that Tag is still revered as the best in the series by a lot of faithful. Getting a taste of the sequel is a nice treat, and the movie is not an abomination. So, if you are considering picking this up I suggest, once again, asking yourself, “How big of a Tekken fan am I?”
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7.7 reviews

multiplayer.it review
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7.6 reviews

digitalchumps.com review
Life ain't easy. And for young Chanda (12yrs old), life is even more troublesome. She just lost her new baby sister, her mother is lost within her own pain of losing the child, and her father is a lifeless drunk who only comes home to steal what little money they have. It can be hard to keep your personal family life secret in a small village, and these folks want to know what's going on. Will she be able to maintain the stability within her broken family, while keeping the preying eyes of her village at bay? You'll have to tune in to find out!
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7.5 reviews

vandal.net review
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7.5 reviews

worthplaying.com review
Hardcore Tekken fans will most likely buy Tekken Hybrid without a second thought, especially if they want to play Tekken Tag Tournament but don't have a PS2 or a backward-compatible PS3 in their collection. For the more casual fans of the series, purchasing the title will come down to whether or not they find the included film enjoyable since that accounts for the bulk of the cost. It's certainly the best of the three films so far, though the ending doesn't feel too satisfying and some of the attempts at humor fall flat. The film is enjoyable enough that you wouldn't mind watching it a few times with long stretches of time in between, and the game still has the power to lure you in for a few quick bouts. The package, as a whole, makes for a good rental with a purchase advised for those who need the original Tekken Tag to tide them over until the sequel hits and for those who can't get enough of the film.
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7.4 reviews

cheatcc.com review
Tekken Tag Tournament HD struggles to keep itself relevant. Gaming in person with your friends is awesome, but requiring it when you could simply play Tekken 6 online is unfortunately a poor decision.
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7 reviews

level7.nu review
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7 reviews

gameplanet.co.nz review
As well as the new graphics, Namco have packed a few other neat flourishes into Tekken Tag Tournament 2, including characters speaking their own native tongues and an increased amount of gnarly tag-team combos.
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7 reviews

meristation.com review
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6.5 reviews

spaziogames.it review
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6 reviews

palgn.com.au review
For all of the decent things that are a part of Hybrid (the graphical improvements, the ‘tagging’ gameplay that is still relevant today, Tekken Bowl, the movie), there are lots of problems with it as well (lack of online play, separate and mandatory installations for each of the game components, no command lists). For the amount that is being charged in stores (approximately AUD$60), Tekken Hybrid really isn’t a big deal, nor does it offer substantial value for anyone except the most dedicated of Tekken fans. Trust us, we examined the contents of that disc for longer than we should have, trying to see if we missed anything to no avail. Oh well, back to Tekken Bowl.
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