Tekken 6 to be Bundled with Wireless Arcade Joystick

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Buying this might depress your wallet since it will run you about $149.99.  But if you want to rationalize things, just think of it as if you’re buying a wireless (emphasis on the wireless) fight stick for $90 with the game, with an extra art book thrown in.  Does that even things out a bit?  If you’re interested you can jump on this offer at the following retailers: Gamestop, Gamecrazy, Best Buy and Amazon.com.  But remember, supplies are limited.

Also, for those who are considering purchasing the game at Gamestop, they’re having an additional bonus for those who reserve the game at their store.  The special edition features a samurai pack that adds more customization options for all 40 characters with a not so obvious samurai feel.

The pack will allow fans of Yoshimitsu to dress him up as the Cardboard Tube Samurai that Penny Arcade designed.  Lastly, how could I forget the collectible calendar that “features the hottest characters of Tekken with incredible graphic detail!”  I’m sure that will give sports illustrated a run for their money.

If this sounds tempting but you’re not willing to shell out an extra $90, you don’t actually have to buy the limited edition, just reserve a regular copy with Gamestop and you’ll get the bonus regardless.

If you want to read up on more information, you can visit the site’s information here.

Written by: Jason Sorenson

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  1. Randy June 28, 2009 | Reply
    ohh that definitely makes pulling moves off easier
  2. Randy June 28, 2009 | Reply
    ohh that definitely makes pulling moves off easier
  3. Randy June 28, 2009 | Reply
    ohh that definitely makes pulling moves off easier
  4. Randy June 28, 2009 | Reply
    ohh that definitely makes pulling moves off easier
  5. d3v June 29, 2009 | Reply
    I find it troubling that there's no mention of whether or not it's using Sanwa parts like the Tournament Edition SFIV stick. Also, wireless isn't too hot for competitive tournament play since there's bound to be some input lag.
  6. d3v June 29, 2009 | Reply
    I find it troubling that there's no mention of whether or not it's using Sanwa parts like the Tournament Edition SFIV stick. Also, wireless isn't too hot for competitive tournament play since there's bound to be some input lag.
  7. d3v June 29, 2009 | Reply
    I find it troubling that there's no mention of whether or not it's using Sanwa parts like the Tournament Edition SFIV stick. Also, wireless isn't too hot for competitive tournament play since there's bound to be some input lag.
  8. d3v June 29, 2009 | Reply
    I find it troubling that there's no mention of whether or not it's using Sanwa parts like the Tournament Edition SFIV stick. Also, wireless isn't too hot for competitive tournament play since there's bound to be some input lag.

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