EVO2011: TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2 Coverage From GameSpot!

August 6, 2011

Check out the latest coverage of TEKKEN TAG TOURNAMENT 2 via GameSpot! This video was recorded at EVOLUTION 2011 and features some behind the scenes commentary from Namco Bandai community manager, FilthieRich. Also check out the vid for some match play between series director Katsuhiro Harada and SDT’s very own MarkMan!

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TTT2 Evolution 2011 Exhibition Match

August 3, 2011

In case you missed it, watch the Exhibition 5v5 Tekken Tag Tournament 2 match which took place last weekend during Evolution. The list of players who attended include Gandido, MYK, Aris, Kane and more!


Evolution 2011 Tekken 6 Results And Videos

August 1, 2011

Another Tekken tournament at Evolution has come to an end. This year’s event was a real Bobfest. Wondering why? Check the results and videos to find out.

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EVO 2K11 Is Just Around The Corner!

July 28, 2011

This year’s Evolution tournament will be taking place this weekend! If you can’t make it there there make sure you follow EVO 2K11 live stream. Click the link below for details, including the schedule.

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Watch NorCal Regionals Live

June 18, 2011

NorCal Regionals are taking place this weekend and Tekken 6 will be there! iPlayWinner is going to provide a Live Stream, starting at around 12PM PST. Check the rest of the entry for the full weekend schedule.

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Namco Bandai Games Teams Up With EVOLUTION!

June 15, 2011

Today, we’re pleased to announce that Namco, creators of unforgettable fighting game franchises like Tekken and Soul Calibur, will be straight up be bringing the HEAT to this year’s EVO Championship event in Las Vegas. Click below for MORE info!

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Wireless Pads At Evo? Forget It

May 5, 2011

If you are going to attend this year’s Evolution tournament then we are warning you that you won’t be able to use PlayStation 3 wireless controllers. Fight Sticks, Arcade Sticks, controllers with converters – yes. Sixaxis and Dual Shock 3 – no. Check out the rest of the entry for details by Mr Wizard.

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