Tekken 7 All PC Review Scores

game info: Tekken 7 is a fighting game developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The game is the ninth installment in the Tekken series, and the first to make use of the Unreal Engine. Tekken 7 had a limited arcade release in Japan in March 2015. An updated arcade version, Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, was released in Japan in July 2016, and features an expanded content including new stages, costumes, items, and characters. The same version was released for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in June 2017.

Rating: 84/100 – Based on 2 Critics

Hardcore Gamer
Tekken 7 is the fighting experience that its fan base wanted it to be. The game will make you want to drop all the fireballs and fatalities and jump back to a franchise that most put on the backburner. 3D fighters have taken a backseat as the likes of Virtua Fighter and Soul Caliber have gone missing. Tekken 7 could be just the title to garner interest in bringing those games back. With little flaws in concept and execution, Tekken 7 feels like a traditional fighting game with the right amount of flash that players will want to master.

Tekken 7 will satisfy Tekken fans the world over, but won’t impress anyone who hasn’t already been won over by the franchise.

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TEKKEN 7 – Official PC System Requirements (Tekken 7 system specs)

Bandai Namco recommends an Intel Core i5-4690 with 8GB of RAM and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 equivalent or higher.

TEKKEN 7 is powered by Unreal Engine 4 and according to its PC requirements, it will be a DX11-only title.

Here are TEKKEN 7’s PC requirements:


    • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
    • Processor: Intel Core Intel Core i3-4160 @ 3.60GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 6 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 2GB, GTX 750Ti 2GB, or equivalent
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 60 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset

    • OS: Windows 7/8/10 (64-bit OS required)
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-4690 3.5 GHz or equivalent
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 equivalent or higher 
    • DirectX: Version 11
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 60 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible soundcard or onboard chipset 

One Piece Burning Blood – PC Review (Pros – Cons)

First i’m fan of One Piece and i was waiting excited for this game to releasing it..

+ Very good Graphics
+ Great gameplay and Characters
+ You can challenge yourself at Wanted List
+ Also can get the Titles and Emblems
+ All character have very differently all with different abilities
+ Superb sounds and cutscenes

– 30 FPS Lock

if you are fan of “One Piece” i would recommend this to you.

Rating: 85/100

BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma Extend PC Reviews

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Rating: 84/100

GameInfo: The most definitive installment of the renouned 2D fighting game franchise, BlazBlue, can finally be taken into your living room. Uncover the secrets, of the Chrono Phantasma Extend.

Critic Reviews



This is not as mass compatible as Street Fighter 5, but with a deep fighting system, beautiful visuals and a lot of content this might just be the best old school beat-em-up you might get on PC.


Street Fighter V – Reviews

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Rating: 87/100

GameInfo: Birdie and Charlie Nash make their return to the Street Fighter universe, where they join classic characters like Ryu, Chun-Li, Cammy, and M. Bison. Many more new and returning characters will be added to the diverse roster, offering a wide variety of fighting styles for players to choose from. New Strategies and Battle Mechanics: Highly accessible new battle mechanics, which revolve around the V-Gauge and EX Gauge, provide a new layer of strategy and depth to the franchise that all players can enjoy. V-Trigger: Unique abilities that use the entire V-Gauge, giving players the opportunity to inflict damage when activated. V-Skill: Utility skills (such as evasion) for each character that can be activated at any time. V-Reversal: Unique counterattacks that use one stock of the V-Gauge. Critical Arts: Ultimate attacks that use the entire EX Gauge. For the first time in franchise history, the online community is unified into a single player pool, allowing for even more rivalries to be born.

Critic Reviews


Street Fighter is back once again. But unlike any game in the series, Street Fighter V is a service that will keep expanding with free updates and modes. While the single Player modes are currently a bit lacking, the already announced free upcoming modes do make up for it. Capcom also had the genius to include fans in the making of the game, giving us access to early betas and listening to our cheers and moans. This allowed Street Fighter V to evolve in the right direction, and building, in the process, a great game with interesting mechanics, great visuals, unique characters and most importantly a robust netcode.

It’s hard to criticize something that seems like it was tailor-made for a wannabe competitive player like me, but I just can’t ignore how little Street Fighter 5 does for the average fighting game player. It sports a wonderful, diverse cast of characters, places a clear emphasis on strong fundamental play, it gives competitive players a great online experience, and it does it all while looking gorgeous. Strictly in terms of mechanics and competitive features, Street Fighter 5 is just about peerless, but it has quite a ways to go before it stacks up against other fighting games – including its own predecessor – in terms of overall content.
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When Street Fighter IV launched in 2008 after the series spent nine long years of hiatus, it set a monstrously high standard for fighting games, receiving universal critical acclaim and securing a spot as one of the best games of its generation. Developing a sequel to such a game was no doubt an uphill task, but Capcom managed to pull this off with much aplomb.

If Capcom keeps up its promised content schedule and the content quality is there, this game arguably draws pretty damn close to perfection. At launch, it’s a strong recommendation with the caveat that the game is somewhat lacking in content right now – but by June, with trials mode, three extra characters, full online lobbies and the full story mode, this game should be killer. With all that in mind, for now let’s call Street Fighter V an 8.5 out of 10 – but if all goes to plan, it’ll find that extra point and a half before the year is out.

People who got into the fighting game community with Street Fighter IV may not want to hear this, but from a base design, Street Fighter V is by far the superior game. Capcom has paved over and smoothed out a lot of the things I didn’t like about Street Fighter IV’s design. A lot of those issues created poor play habits, which makes it feels like Capcom is making small steps to mature the game, and in turn is trying to mature how the player base plays fighting games.

Light on content at release you can still tell that Street Fighter V is shaping up to be the premiere fighter of its generation. There’s lots more on the way and when it’s all here the reign of Street Fighter will be undisputed.

Super now, Ultra when it’s finished, Street Fighter V review. I’ve been playing Street Fighter as long as I can remember, and nearly everyone I’ve met has had a different approach to it.

The new V system and updates to the fighting system make this a deep and gloriously fun fighter for pros and casuals alike. With a cracking roster of characters, a deep suite of online options and more single player content on the way, it’s hard to find fault with the bigger picture Capcom has in mind here and, assuming the online issues are dealt with quickly at launch and the rest of the game modes arrive as promised, this is looking like a perfect round.

Street Fighter V is the series at its best. Whether you’re an experienced Street Fighter or a complete newbie, this is your chance to get involved in what will be an amazing competitive experience. Are you ready to accept the challenge?

Capcom unleashes its latest Street Fighter game on PS4 and PC with a selection of characters, modes and stages to do battle. But rather than opt for a standalone game has upped the ante with a game open to updates so that in the future everyone has access to the same content whether you pay or play.

Yatagarasu Attack on Cataclysm – PC Review

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Fighting game fans will appreciate Yatagarasu’s classic presentation, simple-yet-rewarding gameplay, and highly stable/flexible netcode. A small game made by a small and dedicated team, Yatagarasu is a love letter to fighting games of a bygone era. If you like honest, deep, and stylish fighting games, don’t pass this up.
Rating: 77/100

Mortal Kombat X – PC Review and Screenshots

GameInfo: Mortal Kombat X is a fighting game developed by NetherRealm Studios. It is the tenth main installment in the Mortal Kombat video game series.

Review: Mortal Kombat X – PC From a gameplay perspective, Mortal Kombat X easily eclipses everything that’s come before it. NetherRealm has taken all that they learned in the making of 2011’s Mortal Kombat and Injustice: Gods Among Us to create an MK experience to appeal to both casual and hardcore fans.

Mortal Kombat X does play well. Moving back to 2D combat was the best move for Mortal Kombat after some clunky efforts at 3D play from a couple of generations ago, as it has allowed the team to focus on linear combos and giving the attacks a brutal characterisation behind them. It remains a very accessible fighting game, with relatively small move lists for each character, though at the start of each battle it’s possible to select from three different “stances”, which effectively means that each character is three different play styles in one.

Balancing is good, though it won’t take long for each player to find their favorites. I personally became accustomed to Cassie quickly. Partly because I didn’t want to be on the receiving end of the ball busting move, but also because she’s quick and her attacks have good flow to them. I found the bigger, heavier characters to be almost unmanageable in how clunky their attacks flowed together, but of course the first time I jumped online I ran into someone who showed me what those characters were capable of (and left me with a shredded Cassie to show for the lesson).

The complete list of characters in the game, some of which are classics include:
Baraka, Bo’ Rai Cho, Cassie Cage, D’Vorah, Daegon, Ermac, Erron Black, Ferra & Torr, Fox, Frost, Fujin, Goro, Jackson Briggs, Jacqui Briggs, Jason Voorhees, Johnny Cage, Kabal, Kano, Kenshi, Kitana, Kotal K’etz, Kotal Kahn, Kuai Liang, Kung Jin, Kung Lao, Li Mei, Liu Kang, Mileena, Nightwolf, Predator, Quan Chi, Raiden, Rain, Reptile, Sareena, Scorpion, Shang Tsung, Shinnok, Shujinko, Sindel, Smoke, Sonya Blade, Kurtis Stryker, Suchin, Takeda Takahashi, Tanya, Taven, Tremor.

Rating: 95/100


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Genre: Action
Developer: NetherRealm Studios , High Voltage Software
Publisher: Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment
Release Date: 13 Apr, 2015

Karate Master 2 Knock Down Blow Review and more

GameInfo: Karate Master 2 Knock Down Blow is a fighting game that mixes elements of RPG, simulation and arcade, in an explosive combination to relieve the Beat’em up genre!

Review: Excellent little game. Sometimes the button mashing in mini games is a bit too much, playing all evening makes my wrist hurt a lot but it still stays addictive. You need to grind your various levels and enter in tournaments or compete in local dojo’s. You gather fame, fight a bull, dance with a bear and jump over a car. It’s all good fun and the fights are really good. If you don’t mind some button mashing minigames you’ll get at least 5-7 hours of fun out of this title.

Verdict: 75/100


Genre: Action, Indie, RPG, Sports
Developer: Crian Soft
Publisher: Milestone S.r.l.
Release Date: 20 Mar, 2015

Mortal Kombat X system requirements are revealed

The official PC requirements for Mortal Kombat X.

OS: 64-bit: Vista, Win 7, Win 8
Processor: Intel Core i5-750, 2.67 GHz | AMD Phenom II X4 965, 3.4 GHz
Memory: 3 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 | AMD Radeon HD 5850
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 25 GB available space

OS: 64-bit: Win 7, Win 8
Processor: Intel Core i7-3770, 3.4 GHz | AMD FX-8350, 4.0 GHz
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 | AMD Radeon HD 7950
DirectX: Version 11
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Hard Drive: 40 GB available space

Dragon Ball Xenoverse (2015 Fighting Game)

The newest Dragon Ball game is the first to be released on new-gen consoles – so as well as being able to see every individual hair in Goku’s trademark spikes, we’ll also be treated to shiny HD graphics. You’ll also create your own fighter – less impressive when you remember all 200 Dragon Ball characters are basically the same guy – and battle in large 3D arenas, including mid-air and underwater sets. A mysterious new city, an unknown fighter and over 200 special moves guarantee some Ball Z to the Wall Z action.

Publisher: Bandai Namco
Developer Dimps
Release: Feb 17, 2015
Platform: PC(Windows), PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360, Xbox One