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Street Fighter X Tekken- Xbox 360

Street Fighter X Tekken- Xbox 360
alaScore 89

31 reviews

May, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 31 reviews of Street Fighter X Tekken- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Street Fighter X Tekken- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by : Mike "Two Tone" McConnell (

Street Fighter x Tekken


Fighting games don't seem to have many options in upping the ante for sequels, so it's always more. More stages, more modes, and more fighter are the usual prescription. Problem is that often, this leads to losing the original title's feeling and...

Tekken characters are well translated into the engine ; Plenty of players online

2D system still feels constrained ; Needs additional game modes

All in all, if you’re a big fan of 2D fighters, this is a treat. Street Fighter fans get some new characters to play with. If you are a Tekken fan, this might be a harder sell, because 2D fighters feel constrained for characters that traditionally...

Apr, 2012

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Street Fighter X Tekken


Whatever your opinion on the matter, it's hard to deny that videogames are an iterative art. Many times a game doesn't seem to nail the mechanics until the sequel is released. This is especially obvious when taking a look at Capcom fighting games. Not...

Apr, 2012

Expert review by : Jeremy Duff (

Street Fighter X Tekken


Street Fighter and Tekken (SFxT), arguably the two biggest franchises in the fighting game genre, have spent the past 20 years being worlds apart. One is the benchmark for all 2D fighters; the other is the pinnacle of 3D fighting games. Now, thanks to...

SFxT is the fighting game to have at the moment. Its deep gameplay and a huge variety of modes will keep fighting fans busy both online and off for a long, long time. If Capcom could have addressed some of the sound problems that exist online and...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Dave Searles (

Street Fighter X Tekken Review


Have you ever played a crossover fighting game and wondered who could have possibly came up with the idea of meshing two completely different worlds into a ridiculous circus sideshow of a game? We've all been there at least once, and it's usually not...

Street Fighter X Tekken is currently available for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and in the near future for PC (May 11, 2012) and PlayStation Vita (Fall 2012). If you’re going to pick up Street Fighter X Tekken, leave a comment below or talk about it...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Adam Dileva (

Street Fighter X Tekken


I always love when I have a reason to dust off my Tournament Edition fighting stick, though I never thought it would be for a crossover game quite like this. Street Fighter x Tekken (pronounced Street Fighter Cross Tekken) seemed like an odd mash up of...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Kris (

Street Fighter X Tekken Playtest: Like Street Fighter IV And UMvC3 Had A Baby


Like every Street Fighter since II, you've got three punch buttons and three kick buttons, but this time around, hitting them in sequence will propel one attack into the next.

2. Character customization is a bit of a letdown. I wasn’t quite expecting anything on the level of Virtua Fighter 5, but the color selection is limited to a few colors for each bit of a character’s outfit you can customize. It’s not nearly on the...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Jeff Buckland (

Street Fighter X Tekken Review


Capcom realized that there's got to be a middle ground somewhere between the relatively slow, dull action in Street Fighter IV, and the completely ridiculous speed and massive team-decimating combos of Marvel vs. Capcom 3. With their latest creation,...

At this point, the fighting game scene has never been bigger or more exciting. There are more tournaments and there's more money than ever before, and multiple publishers are vying for gamers' attention, as these big tournaments sell copies and get...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Bart Robson (

Street Fighter X Tekken


Capcom has a thing for weird crossovers. Over the years, we've been treated to Marvel vs. Capcom, Tatsunoko vs. Capcom, X-Men vs. Street Fighter, and several other bizarre combinations. At this point, if there is a publishing company with a stable of...

With nearly forty characters split between the franchises, Street Fighter x Tekken is one of the most ambitious crossover (oh, now I get the title!) fighting games out there. Squishing the Tekken cast’s moveset down a dimension seems like sacrilege,...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Maxwell McGee (

Street Fighter X Tekken Review


Street Fighter X Tekken is fun for a wide range of players while still offering the complexity serious fighting fans have come to expect.

Smooth and stylish visuals ; Deep fighting system ; Numerous optional combat assists ; Replay support and online training mode ; Well-designed introductory mode

Online connectivity is inconsistent

Street Fighter X Tekken provides complex combat in an inviting package. The fighting genre needs to become accessible to a wider range of players, and this game takes an important step in the right direction. Accessibility that doesn't come at the...

Mar, 2012

Expert review by : Jae (

Street Fighter x Tekken


When two fighters come together they usually make Jae squee and squee he did. Check the link to find out if the squee was for good or bad.

Well balanced and well transitioned for Tekken characters ; Gem system unique and adds a layer of strategy in fighting

No real story ; Online needs a patch

Do I rate this as highly as Street Fighter IV (or its Super and Arcade Edition variants)? I rate it differently just like I do Marvel VS Capcom 3. They’re like the three pillars of fighting games for Capcom and complement each other rather than...

Mar, 2012