Tekken 3D: Prime Edition for Nintendo 3DS
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Tekken 3D: Prime Edition

Feb 14, 2012
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Developer: Arika
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

Tekken 3D: Prime Edition for Nintendo 3DS sees the famous King of Iron Fist Tournament fought in the third-dimension for the first time, with Nintendo 3DS delivering a more realistic and dynamic Tekken tournament with more than 40 characters. Tekken 3D: Prime Edition makes the most of the Wi-Fi functionality of the Nintendo 3DS, delivering fast-paced dynamic battles with impressive graphics at 60fps. And with the Nintendo 3DS system's StreetPass feature, nearby players can exchange collectable TEKKEN cards even when their systems are asleep.

Critic Reviews

18 Reviews
6.62
James NewtonFeb 14, 2012
Tekken 3D Prime Edition is a good if unspectacular Tekken transition. Its 41 characters and 60fps frame rate is unmatched on 3DS, and while it arguably lacks a truly meaty challenge for a single player it's enjoyable enough that you won't really mind. It won't set the world alight, but it's another strong addition to 3DS's array of big name scrappers.
Eric CaoiliFeb 22, 2012
But while the 3DS adaptations of Super Street Fighter IV and Dead or Alive feel robust, the same can't be said for Tekken 3D. No, Tekken 3D's offerings come off feeling nobust. And if you try to play against someone online, slowbust. If 3DS owners are lucky, Namco Bandai won't wait another ten years to release another Tekken for Nintendo portables, and hopefully it will build on Tekken 3D's strong foundation to create a complete Tekken experience.
Peter BrownFeb 15, 2012
Tekken 3D Prime Edition is an inconsistent package. On the one hand, it sets technical milestones for future fighting games on the 3DS to meet. Apart from these achievements, the game leaves a lot to be desired. If you love Tekken and don't mind the inherent control limitations of the 3DS, the portable multiplayer experience may be reason enough to justify your purchase. If you're looking for a portable fighting game that mimics the content found in console titles, however, you should look elsewhere.

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