Battles are pretty satisfying. There's a good balance between offense anddefense, and each character has a decent amount of different movesets andattacks. While you definitely have to unlock all of the moves for each of yourcharacters, you shouldn't feel like you're fighting against a wall of perfectlights. Every character has a few moves that are highly underpowered, but most ofthem have enough unlockable content that you shouldn't be at a loss for options. TTT2 has a good amount of content, which you can see in Action Modewhere you can see all of the content you've unlocked, or check out Play Modewhere you can view every single character, every single stage & intros, andevery single ending for the game. Tekken Tunes is nice, and the only thing thatcould've been better is the fact that the background music for Tekken Tunesis the same battle music over and over again. This could've been solved by streamingthe music during fights or something, but I guess that's another topic foranother day.
The developers did a fantastic job in certain areas. Anyone who's everplayed a Tekken game knows that it's easy to be the best, but hard to be thebest at the 3rd or 4th place - While the arcade mode is still there, it'sextremely easy to let yourself get discouraged by all the easy opponents andsuper easy wins. TTT2 fixes this problem by putting the offlinematches in the offline mode, instead of in the arcade mode. You have to navigatearound 200 online opponents to reach the offline matches, and you have totry to beat all of them. I'd say the offline matches are no harder, but thefact that you have to beat them before you can progress in the arcade isworse (even though it's still very easy). This way, you have to face your ownPersonal Best after each fight, and if you lose, you're not allowed to continuein the offline matches. This is a great way to keep everyone striving for awinner-ship. I think online play is fine, and the only reason that I canthink of that Namco should've took offline matches out of the arcade mode isbecause that'd mean that there are fewer arcade modes to play in. 827ec27edc