Tekken: Dark Resurrectionarrives on the PSP, bringing one of the most explosive fighting games to the handheld platform. New characters Lili and Dragunov join the classic cast such as Jin, Heihachi, Paul, and Law in the battle to be crowned King of the Iron Fist Tournament. An all-new intro movie lets you dive into the midst of the world of Tekken, this time with ad-hoc multiplayer mode to fight against friends as well as more items to customize your favorite characters. Now you can fight anytime, anywhere--are you ready?
Stunning graphics: The beauty of Tekken is re-created on the handheld console, delivering one of the most realistic graphics on a handheld platform. A variety of destructible objects pump up the action on 19 stages!
Variety of characters: Play as 1 of over 30 characters, including classics Jin, Heihachi, Paul, Law, and more. New characters Lili and Dragunov join the classic cast with all-new fight styles and moves. Collecting victories to lead your character to become king rewards you with ending movies for each character!
Customizable characters: use your fight money to customize your characters--with more than double the items seen in Tekken 5, the sky's the limit on the unique look your character will have!
Ad-hoc multiplayer battles! Using Wi-Fi connectivity of the PSP platform, you can battle against your friends--take your customized, original character against theirs and let the battle unfold!
Bonus mini-games: mini-games provide a little breather from heart-pumping fighting action for more fun against friends!
If you're into 3D fighting games, this game will meet your high expectations and exceed them. This game sets a new standard for 3-D fighters on a portable system. I've been dreaming of a portable version of Tekken for a long time now and there have been disappointments in the past. For example, the tekken Gameboy advance title was lacking in many areas... especially since it was not really 3-D but only 2-D sprite driven and simulated 3-D. This game "Tekken Resurrection" however is the real deal … more