With nine playable characters, multiple gameplay modes and link cable support for two players, Tekken Advance is definitely a game worth fighting for!
Tekken Advance is a fighting game released for the Game Boy Advance. It is non-canonical to the Tekken storyline, but follows the events of Tekken 3. It uses sprites based on Tekken 3's 3D models for its characters. It was the first Tekken game to be released on a Nintendo platform.
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Tekken Advance is a Tekken spin-off game for the Game Boy Advance. It shares some similar aspects to Tekken Tag Tournament. It was the first Tekken game on a Nintendo platform. It was released on December 21, 2001 in Japan, January 28, 2002 in North America, and March 29, 2002 in Europe.
The gameplay in Tekken Advance is similar to others in the series but with the controls slightly modified to match the Gameboy Advance’s inputs. Unlike previous installments, the control scheme had to be simplified with each button controlling either a punch, kick or throw instead of having one button per limb. The new control scheme was the A button to kick, B to punch, and R for throw moves. The L button is only used in the 3 vs. 3 mode to tag out. The game has a sidestep mechanic that gives the illusion of 3-D graphics.
The game features most of the starter characters from Tekken 3, with the exceptions of Eddy Gordo and Lei Wulong. Gun Jack, who was unlockable in Tekken 3, is playable from the start, with Heihachi Mishima being the sole unlockable character and final boss in lieu of Ogre.
Japan: December 21, 2001
Game Boy Advance
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