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Tópico: Tekken 7 [PS4]

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    Várias reviews já saíram e os resultados são muito positivos. Mas nada como esperar por análises de jogadores para termos a certeza, especialmente no Steam.

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    All reviews are of the PS4 version as far as I can see. I've played builds of the PC version on high end GPUs and it's been a very good experience if you're a worried PC player, but no guarantees.

    IGN: 9.5 (not final)
    Tekken 7 is a love letter to this long-running franchise and its staggering complexity. Yet somehow it still manages to be accessible to just about anyone wanting to mash buttons, and its huge amount of customization unlocks constantly give you something to strive for beyond its silly and slightly cliched story. In a pretty good time for fighting games, with Injustice 2 knocking it out of the park, Killer Instinct continuing to give us quality content years after its release, Street Fighter 5 hitting its stride after a rocky start, and a new version of Guilty Gear Xrd air-dashing our way, the King of the Iron Fist Tournament will not be outdone.
    Heavy: 9.5
    The wait was definitely worth it. Tekken 7 embodies the best parts of the series and throws in some meaningful additions. The Story Mode turns out to be one the best parts of not only this entry, but in all of fighting game history. From a mechanical standpoint, the fighting is balanced well, plays amazingly and stands out even more thanks to its livestream friendly features. The visuals shine even brighter and the soundtrack continues the legacy of Tekken’s great OST history. It’s a bit disheartening to play through the shockingly short solo character stories and encounter the lackluster character customization options, though. Even still, Tekken 7 pulls away with the win and hits a high mark for fighting games.
    Press Start: 9
    At its core, Tekken 7 manages to prove that the series still has a place after 20 years, showing no signs of slowing down. Newcomers will find their way into the game quite easily, and experienced players will be able to jump back into it and find most of their favourite characters ready to go and familiar to play with. But while the game does a lot of things right, some long-time players will find the omission of modes or characters a little jarring.
    GameReactor UK: 9
    GameReactor Spain: 9
    Bandai Namco has hit a home run here and has created a game that is easily accessible in the same way Tekken has almost always been - something that has made it so popular - but at the same time it has managed to bring about a lot of changes and added depth to make it appealing even to the pros, likely for years to come. "May I have a rematch?" has been the most commonly spoken phrase around these parts for a while, and will likely stay that way, because this is an excellent game.

    The addition of Akuma is a stroke of genius that also makes it easier for Street Fighter players and fans of 2D fighting to get into the Tekken world.
    IGN Italy: 8.6
    One of the best games in the series gameplay-wise, a little short in terms of single player modes.
    PlayStation Lifestyle: 8.5
    Tekken 7 remains an addicting technical fighter that constantly beckons you for just one more round. There are so many moves for each character, mastering even one complete move set will take nothing less than complete dedication. While it doesn’t feel as though Namco Bandai has done much to innovate in the genre from the surface, those who prefer Tekken’s brand of fighting than those of Capcom’s or NetherRealm’s will be in for a treat. Fans of the series will feel right at home, while those looking to ease their way into the series will find a lot to chew on. All that being said, Tekken 7 is a formidable entry into the fighting genre, and will provide hundreds of hours of fun for fans and newcomers alike. Just be prepared to learn a lot of new stuff.
    Destructoid: 8
    I was pleasantly surprised with Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, and will be keeping up with the meta and pro scene for the first time in years. While Harada and his crew could have easily given us a little more to do long term other than chase more treasure, it doesn't feel like grinding in the slightest given how fun it is to play.
    Game Informer: 8
    Tekken 7 does a good job of bringing the franchise up to standard on the current round of consoles. Though it falters in its story mode and getting new players in on the satisfying thrill of dodging your opponent’s attack and hitting them with a round-ending combo, it offers enough incentive for experienced players (or those willing to stick out the initial rough patch) to keep playing. The online works well enough that regular players should have enough of a reason to learn the deep combat system and get ready for the next battle.
    Twinfinite: 8
    As I pulled myself away from Tekken 7 to write this review, I was left torn. It gets so many things right, with its combat that feels like a substantial improvement over its predecessors and a solid roster that includes Akuma, one of my favorite fighting game characters of all time. I’d be lying if I said I didn’t enjoy my time with the game, and I certainly plan on returning back to my PS4 for more. However, I can just as honestly say that the single-player component often felt like a chore that got in the way of the series’ best story. If you’re looking for a great fighting game to play online or locally with friends, then I couldn’t possibly recommend Tekken 7 any more. But, if you’re looking for a stellar single-player experience that’s devoid of one-note AI and frustration, this is certainly one of the most frustrating single-player experiences I’ve had recently. At the end of day, Tekken 7 is a great fighting game, possibly one of the best, if you plan on playing with others. But as a game that leaves you to find joy on your own, while there is fun to be had, you’d have to fight through less than favorable situations to find it. (Zero's note: boy, sounds like Mario Kart)
    Eurogamer Italy: 8
    Tekken 7 is what the Tekken FGC was waiting for. Awesome gameplay, new mechanics, great characters and a good amount of contents. Something is still off, but the overall experience is fun, deep and entertaining.
    TrustedReviews: 8
    For the absolute casual player, the recently released Injustice 2 is a better package. The cinematic Story and brilliant Multiverse provide the single-player fighter with more than enough reason to keep coming back. But Tekken 7 is the game that comes closest to truly satisfying both parts of the fighting game market. The Story mode is daft fun, despite its short duration, and there’s an Arcade mode that apparently everyone wants in a fighting game, which alongside the Treasure Battle and customisation options make for a robust single-player experience for those who don’t ever fancy jumping into the online fights. However, for those hardcore players there’s plenty to enjoy from the deep, rewarding and varied roster of characters, fully featured and seemingly lag-free online modes, as well as the refinements to the core combat that make Tekken 7 the best since Tekken.
    Push Square: 8
    In terms of gameplay, Tekken 7 is masterful. Its overhauled rage system gives its already punchy combat a whole new dynamic, while helping to level the playing field for more casual players. Its story mode isn't quite the blockbuster that it thinks it is, but the insanely addictive treasure battle makes up for that on the single player front. Meanwhile, its online components can't be faulted – the newly introduced tournaments being a real highlight. Tekken 7 is a fantastic fighting game, and one of the best entries in the series.
    GamesRadar: 8
    By getting excited about the core systems at the expense of everything new, I feel like I’m celebrating a game for barely evolving over the last 20 years, but Tekken has always been that good. I’d rather be playing it than writing about it. But despite this, there’s something a bit sad about Tekken 7. By trying to compete with modern beat ‘em ups, it’s simultaneously more and less than it once was, and the failure of the new additions feels jarring when compared to modern fighters. This might be the last entry for Tekken that can still trade on a that joyful fighting system alone, but for now I’m happy to enjoy it for what it is: a powerful, gratifying, deeply cinematic fighting game.

    Pro: It hasn’t changed much in 20 years
    Con: It hasn’t changed much in 20 years
    GameReactor Denmark: 8

    EGM: 7.5
    Tekken 7, the latest entry in the long-running franchise, delivers what fighting genre fans love about multiplayer battles, but there isn’t enough new material to make it truly stand out from the increasingly competitive options in the fighting genre.
    Gamespot: Review in Progress
    Tekken is back, and if you've kept up with the series over the years, you will feel right at home in Tekken 7. While we haven't had the chance to test its performance online, and thus aren't ready to offer a comprehensive review covering everything the game has to offer, we can say that Tekken's latest outing is a great fighting game offline that falls in line with the series' favorable reputation. Familiar faces, combo strings, and storylines both serious and absurd work just as well today as they did in the past, adding up to an experience that feels quite different from the likes of Street Fighter V or Injustice 2.
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    Eurogamer: Tekken 7's PlayStation VR mode is a low-effort bolt-on (Not a review, just pointing out VR mode sucks)

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    Já temos benchs do jogo. http://gamegpu.com/action-/-fps-/-tp...7-test-gpu-cpu

    Em termos de CPU, qualquer coisa serve para manter os 60 fps, até mesmo um FX 4100 ou um i3.
    Em termos de GPU, já pede mais, mas mesmo assim, a maioria chega para correr o jogo a 60 fps constantes.

    Parece que temos um jogo bem optimizado no PC.

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    E parece que já anda por aí nas lojas, a versão que vi TEKKEN.7.Deluxe.Edition.Cracked-Corsair são 57,34GB... Os pré-requisitos deverão começar a ser Internet acima dos 100Mbs e um SSD de 500GB para armazenar os jogos
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    já vou ver nos torresmos xD
    Já tá na lista de desejos steam

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    Cá fica um combate do caraças de Tekken 7

    https://www.twitch.tv/videos/157759160?t=40m24s

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    Eu joguei e gostei; qdo estiver a um preço amigo, compro.
    Para quem estava habituado a tekken 5, gostei.

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    Cá fica um combate do caraças de Tekken 7

    https://www.twitch.tv/videos/157759160?t=40m24s
    Não estava a par dos jogadores mas estive a ver o combate e grande recuperação do JDCR que esteve a perder por 0-2 e ainda conseguiu ganhar por 3-2 ao Knee Parece fácíl
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    Nunca sigo esports, mas adorei ver este torneio.
    Foi emoção do inicio ao fim. Dá logo vontade de comprar o Tekken 7 e desatar a martelar

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    Tekken 7 just recently broke 3.6 million sales

    Nesta geração, fica em segundo lugar, atrás do MK X.

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    Eu jogava muito o Tekken Tag Tournament com amigos e era muito legal, um dos melhores jogos da PS2 pra mim . Ainda adoro jogar esse jogo.

 

 
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