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App description: *Minimum Requirements: iPhone 6 or higher and IOS 10

TEKKEN, the world's most successful fighting game franchise has been brought to mobile! Join PAUL, KAZUYA, XIAOYU, LAW, PANDA, NINA & all other famous fighters to engage in an intuitive, deep combat system featuring fighting techniques from all around the world. Take on the role of the Dojo Master, collecting, upgrading and battling with your favourite fighters from the legendary TEKKEN franchise!

WHAT'S YOUR NEXT MOVE?

TEKKEN FEATURES
Collect over 20 characters with unique fighting styles
Upgrade and unlock over 20 unique special moves for each fighter
Battle it out in Unique Game modes including STORY MODE missions, online versus battles in DOJO CHALLENGE and rotating LIVE EVENT challenges!

STORY MODE - Explore the world of TEKKEN
Join the legendary fighter, Kazuya Mishima, as he battles against his toughest adversary yet! Battle through a map-based campaign featuring unique encounters and specialised and powerful bosses.E7
Build specialised teams to take down unique missions
Explore dynamic battle maps to uncover compelling challenges and rewards

DOJO CHALLENGE - Online Versus Battles
Build a team and battle against your friends and the community in this online versus mode
Players build teams of attackers and defenders to compete in monthly seasons for unique rewards
Ranked ladders allow players to progress and measure up against the best players in the world
The game records and upload players' own in-game fighting styles and apply this to their dojos' AI, giving them an authentic feel

LIVE EVENTS - Brand new content to experience daily
Live events feature daily, weekly and monthly rotating content. A fresh experience every time you play!
Special themed events will provide unique experiences and encounters
Rare characters and content available during Special Events

Official Website:
www.tekken-mobile.com

Join the community:
reddit.com/r/TekkenMobile

Like us on Facebook:
https://www.facebook.com/tekkenmobile

Follow us on Twitter:
https://www.twitter.com/TekkenMobile
@TekkenMobile

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02-27-2018, 04:02 PM
#2
Joined: Jul 2012
Posts: 258
It's not Skullgirls, but it's not Injustice 2 either as far as these swipey fighters go. (Skullgirls needs more love. IJ2 is kinda garbage)

02-28-2018, 09:48 AM
#3
Joined: Aug 2017
Posts: 113
I wasn’t much good at console fighters, not having the patience for button mashing and combo learning. So I’m enjoying this streamlined version so far because I can actually play it. There is nothing to learn really, just swipe and tap the screen to attack and defend, and collect stuff to upgrade the fighters. The combo card system is a good addition though, adding some depth and variation to experiment with and, of course, it makes the playing of combos easy. I guess some will complain that it’s not a full console implementation, but the laid back combat works for me.
02-28-2018, 08:03 PM
#4
Joined: Jan 2010
Posts: 401
I guess hoping for a fighting game was a bit much. I guess i dont know what i expected.

Instead we get star graded fighter cards and move cards that are random drops from lootboxes.

I guess everyone who got it during the soft launch knew this already. I had no idea.
03-02-2018, 01:51 PM
#5
I’m enjoying it. The only notable downside is the long healing process, with damage being persistent across fights and maps. You can of course minimize damage taken by playing well, and buy healing kits with IAP.
03-02-2018, 08:40 PM
#6
Joined: Jun 2011
Location: Fate/Grand Order Singularity
Posts: 5,776
Does this game have any offline capability or fully online?

I saw the reviews on the appstore and most of them are extremely positive.

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03-02-2018, 09:43 PM
#7
Quote:
Originally Posted by L.Lawliet View Post
Does this game have any offline capability or fully online?

I saw the reviews on the appstore and most of them are extremely positive.
Negative. It checks for a network as soon as it loads.
03-02-2018, 10:34 PM
#8
Joined: Feb 2015
Posts: 201
Quote:
Originally Posted by Asp View Post
I wasn’t much good at console fighters, not having the patience for button mashing and combo learning. So I’m enjoying this streamlined version so far because I can actually play it. There is nothing to learn really, just swipe and tap the screen to attack and defend, and collect stuff to upgrade the fighters. The combo card system is a good addition though, adding some depth and variation to experiment with and, of course, it makes the playing of combos easy. I guess some will complain that it’s not a full console implementation, but the laid back combat works for me.
The biggest misconception about fighting games is that you are either mashing buttons or memorizing combos to succede. That's not how you get good or enjoy fighting games.

You should not mash buttons and you should not worry about pulling off combos or special moves.

Just learn when to use the right attack for the right situation, learn to block and play defensively, don't flail around. If you can do that then you are better than 2/3 of the people you'll play against and you'll start having fun.
03-03-2018, 04:26 AM
#9
Joined: Aug 2017
Posts: 113
Quote:
Originally Posted by HotHamBoy View Post
The biggest misconception about fighting games is that you are either mashing buttons or memorizing combos to succede. That's not how you get good or enjoy fighting games.

You should not mash buttons and you should not worry about pulling off combos or special moves.

Just learn when to use the right attack for the right situation, learn to block and play defensively, don't flail around. If you can do that then you are better than 2/3 of the people you'll play against and you'll start having fun.
I don’t think it ever occurred to me to play defensively. Anyway, this version has got me interested in Tekken again so I’ll fire up the Dreamcast over the weekend, if it still works, and see if I can do a better job.
03-03-2018, 05:11 AM
#10
Quote:
Originally Posted by HotHamBoy View Post
The biggest misconception about fighting games is that you are either mashing buttons or memorizing combos to succede. That's not how you get good or enjoy fighting games.

You should not mash buttons and you should not worry about pulling off combos or special moves.

Just learn when to use the right attack for the right situation, learn to block and play defensively, don't flail around. If you can do that then you are better than 2/3 of the people you'll play against and you'll start having fun.
This summary is so accurate that I almost resent you for posting it. Almost. Quit giving advice to the enemy.

Jokes aside, this is probably my favorite mobile fighting game ever. The combat is smooth and strategic, and the Waza system makes things even more interesting.