Posts Tagged “SFxT”

Watch: Street Fighter X Tekken Law Combo Video

by on March 13, 2012 >> PCPS3PSVITAVideosXbox

I love a good combo video, especially when it showcases just how ridiculous characters can be in a fighting game. Yes there are concessions to be made like they’re in training mode, and the other character is standing still without blocking or resistance, but even still there’s something impressive about these. Here we have Persona showing what Law is able to do in the new SFxT if given that perfect opportunity. Persona really edits this video well ramping up as they go along

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Review: Street Fighter X Tekken

by on March 11, 2012 >> PS3PSVITAReviewsXbox

Two of the biggest fighting game franchises of all time are going head to head in a 2 on 2 tag team battle to decide once and for all who is the best fighter in the world. What brought these two franchises together? Well a box from outer space code named Pandora has landed on Earth and now the Shadowloo Organization lead by M. Bison and the Mishima Zaibatsu Company are after it. This of course leads to encounters of the best fighters from both franchises trying to control whatever power this Pandora’s Box has to offer. Not an overly interesting story, and honestly it doesn’t really matter what the story is because as with all fighting games it really is all about the combat. Read on to see why this game is so close to being great, but falls just short of legendary.

Watch: Street Fighter x Tekken’s Opening Credits.

by on March 4, 2012 >> NewsPS3PSVITATrailersVideosXbox

Rarely do games get opening credits that are so beautifully well made. Taking the theme of the paint brush strokes from the first Street Fighter IV trailers and cranking it to 11, the SFxT opening credits feature familiar and favorite characters from both franchises as the world changes and distorts around them with flashy, splashy liquid effects. Pretty cool stuff. We’ll be live streaming the title all next week so keep tuned to our live channel The72Pins.com/Live. Click to watch the amazing credits.