So I spent most of my day 1 at E3 just playing Tekken Tag Tournament 2! The game is very similar to Tekken 6 with the addition of all the tag functionality that is very fun to play around with. I need to experiment more with the tag/juggle system before I understand it fully. Definitely takes some getting used to.
Here are the changes I noticed for Law:
-f,f+4 (banana peel) notation has been changed to d/f+3+4
-Legend kick notation is now dss f+4 not dss 3+4
-Now dss 3+4 is just like Law’s regular 3+4
-2,2,1 is no longer NCc
-uf+3,4 (fake flip, kick) no longer has the d+2,3 back flop launch. It launches straight up like it used to (so we can do 4,u+3 instead of b+2 again)
-DSS Autoparry window is small again (a welcome nerf imo)
-Running 3 can be quick back rolled, but if its not, then db+3 is still guaranteed after.
Now for the possibly bad news. After sitting in with Aris from AvoidingThePuddle during his interview with Harada and Michael Murray it seems that things aren’t looking good for a USA release of the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 arcade machine. This is not 100% confirmed yet but we hope to find out more in the coming days. Stay tuned.
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wtf why aren’t we getting it?! nooooooooooooooooooooo!