A license that we could definitely not miss at Gamescom was
of course, Katsuhiro Harada’s baby, Tekken Tag Tournament 2. So what to expect?
Well, even though we’ve seen a lot of the game back at E3, we brought you a
little surprise: live commentated gameplay video.Our very own Rabitocom and Ascalon will both fight against
each other, in a best of three games, showcasing the best of what Tekken Tag
Tournament 2 has to offer. There’s a ton of footage to watch, and the At7addak
team put on the fighting gloves on, just for you so you can feel that you’re
with us in Cologne.Fans of Tekken will enjoy this video, as we try some of the
new and unconventional fighters in game, such as Kuma, Paul S. and more. On a
side note, Namco Bandai announced the World Tekken Federation (or WTF for
short). A free community service that will be launch alongside the game, WTF will let
you create groups of friends (and rivals, of course), check out worldwide
players’ statistics, and participate in virtual tournaments, making the online
mode of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 even more interesting.