Last one I bought was Tekken 6 years ago. Wasn't impressed. As a kid I loved this franchise and even remember soiling myself with excitement day before Tekken 2 release. Ringing toys r us to reserve one. Days before Internet era was so much better. Thank god all I have now are fond nostalgia memories....
Tell me about it... :(
There are pros and cons to both options - disc and digital. Tekken is one of very few multiplayer games that does work on a single screen. £20 is a good price for the disc version and £25 is good for the digital version.
Anyone bought this? Is it sealed or unsealed as i know smyths sometimes sell unsealed copies
I have always played Tekken on a split screen :-) buying the disc also means that when you get bored of it you can sell it on and get some money back.