|Dev: NAMCO Bandai|
|Pub: NAMCO Bandai|
|Release: November 22, 2011|
|Screen Resolution: 480p-1080p||Comic Mischief, Mild Suggestive Themes, Violence|
Now, the last thing on the disc is Tekken Prologue, which is essentially a demo. It's a limited version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 with only four characters to choose from. The character choice actually isn't that bad. Devil Jin and Devil Kazuya are a blast to play, and Alisa and Ling Xiaoyu control just as they did in Tekken 6. The mechanics of the game are tight. It's basically just Tekken 6 with a tag button, but that's fine, because I think that's all we really wanted.
Oh, and the game looks absolutely gorgeous. Tekken Tag HD pales in comparison to the demo with its high-res models and beautifully rendered environments. Also, each of the characters in the game has two costumes. One costume is their default costume from Tekken Tag 2 while another is a costume modeled around Blood Vengeance. Hopefully this means we will have many more interesting costumes when the full version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 releases.
Tekken Hybrid costs forty dollars, which is a reasonable price considering you're getting a full game, a full movie, and a demo for Tekken Tag Tournament 2. If you're a Tekken fan, this is probably worth checking out. If not, there's a small chance Tekken Prologue might convert you.
Angelo M. D’Argenio
CCC Contributing Writer