Tekken 7 Game Review

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Yeah folks, New Tekken series is in the town. Yes that’s right after long wait tekken 7 have been released by Bandai Namco Entertainment. As a diehard fan of tekken series and especially waiting for tekken 7 at gamestump, it’s our duty and we feel obligated to give our review on the overall game structure, game play of tekken 7. The game is getting massive hits and users are liking the game. The game is on steam also and uptil now the game has been given full 10 points by the users so this means that game is quite interactive and has caught users in its net.

Let’s get to the Review Part:

Gameplay:

Tekken 7 includes a story mode that’s as annoying as it is throwaway and it has one big problem: the bits where you actually fight are awful. Each time you fight you have to defeat an opponent, or a series of opponents over the course of a few rounds, but if you lose one round you have to start the chapter over. If you’re big into Tekken 7, playing on the normal difficulty won’t be a problem, but if you’re a newcomer, a casual fan or even a lapsed fan, story mode can be a frustrating experience.

Tekken 7 includes a story mode that’s as infuriating as it is throwaway and it has one big problem: the bits where you actually fight are awful. Each time you fight you have to defeat an opponent, or a series of opponents over the course of a few rounds, but if you lose one round you have to start the chapter over. If you’re big into Tekken 7, playing on the normal difficulty won’t be a problem, but if you’re a newcomer, a casual fan or even a lapsed fan, story mode can be a frustrating experience.

Tekken 7 Game Review

Tekken 7 Game Review

What’s New:

Like all Tekken games, you can get a decent amount out of Tekken 7 by button mashing. Like all Tekken games, Tekken 7 is as complex as you want it to be. Dig into the command list for any of the 38 playable characters and you’ll unearth near 100 moves and combos, each with their own properties, speed and damage. Tekken 7 is a lab fiend’s dream, and, as always, practice makes perfect.

Tekken 7 Game Review

Tekken 7 Game Review

The two new additions to the core combat are the Rage Arts/Drives and Power Crushers. A Rage Art is the new comeback mechanic – when you’re at 25% or lower health – and you can perform a Rage Art by inputting a simple two-button command (with most characters). Should the over-the-top first hit land, your character will perform a highly damaging and cinematic attack that gains more power the lower your health bar is.

Conclusion:

 For the absolute casual player, the recently released Injustice 2 is a better package. The cinematic Story and brilliant Multiverse provide the single-player fighter with more than enough reason to keep coming back. But Tekken 7 is the game that comes closest to truly satisfying both parts of the fighting game market.

The Story mode is daft fun, despite its short duration, and there’s an Arcade mode that apparently everyone wants in a fighting game, which alongside the Treasure Battle and customization options make for a robust single-player experience for those who don’t ever fancy jumping into the online fights.

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However, for those hardcore players there’s plenty to enjoy from the deep, rewarding and varied roster of characters, fully featured and seemingly lag-free online modes, as well as the refinements to the core combat that make Tekken 7 the best since Tekken 3.

 

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