Bandai-Namco pre-registered Tekken Mobile, that card game, half cardgame, that disappointed us already in the presentation, last year. Apparently, the game will be released very soon, on Android and iOS.
With impressive visuals, Tekken Mobile can fool you. By Screenshots, the game looks like a fighting game, but not so much. The game merges real combat with card collecting, which will be used as special scams. Your goal is to face online missions, against other players, and unlock new cards with characters and punches.
Fortunately, there is a story mode in which we controlled Kazuya Mishima. The Tekken 2 Protagonist will face several bosses on an exclusive map. Most likely, the game will gain more content like this once it’s released.
Video of gameplay:
It’s no wonder Bandai Namco’s insistence on this kind of gameplay for Tekken on mobile phones. Not that the game is bad. But it is practically a reimagining of another Tekken game that has already failed in the mobile: Tekken Card Tournament. Game released in 2013 and deactivated in 2015.
Screenshots from Tekken Card Tournament (2013)
Let’s hope that in this second attempt, Bandai Namco will adjust the game to make it a little more interesting, dynamic and make up for the change of gameplay.
The minimum requirements to run the game are high. On Android you must at least have a Snapdrago 820 or higher. On iOS, at least one iPhone 6S is required. On both systems, you must have at least 2 GB of free space.
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