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Tekken 3

Tekken 3 (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Arcade
Tags: Fighting
Developer: Unknown
More Platforms: PlayStation


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Tekken 3 review

Reviewed May 20, 2007

psychopenguin says: "I have played a lot of Arcade games in my lifetime. Some I have enjoyed very much, and some were the biggest waste of change I have ever wasted. The Fighting game genre has always been very well represented on the arcade scene since the explosion of Street Fighter 2 a few years back. But some of the fighting games have just been plain boring. The Mortal Kombat series, with the exception of part 2, has never really been a great fighting game series. But for every few Mortal Kombat series, there a..."
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