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My favorite part about Dunkey is that he is always the first person to review the latest and greatest games
@Dittœ dude do you like only yalk to people on the internet or something and have no friends cause yikes
Cool, but who asked :)Reported for weeb.
@ざわ・ざわ I've read many reviews of Nichijou and I've found that it's usually either a hit or a miss with people, comedy-wise. For me, it's hilarious and also my favorite anime. But I can see why some people wouldn't find the humor funny, it's just a matter of taste.
@Dittœ fun fact Heihachi Mishima VA plays the same role for old Joseph joestar
@Dittœ welcome to higurashi :)
this took so long because he wants to deliver a true and honest review. he's been playing this every day since its release and he's finally ready to tell the world what he thinks about it
I still play this game on occasion.
which made the memories of it all the more sweeter.
King is one of the greatest characters of all time. He has the head of a mighty jaguar, the body of a Greek god, the gloriously thicc thighs of an anime waifu, and the liver of a heavy drinker who has financially run his local orphanage into the ground
@Claymann71 Fray Tormenta, bruh.
@Ærkæ Ængæl I'm late to the party, but are you talking about El Santo? (The Saint)I'm some dude in Columbus Ohio & even I know of the bad*ss holy wrestler El Santo.
@I am A black sabbath song ikr
@The Lone Chris yeah, the movie was based on him
At the age of 11, I learned one of Yoshimitsu's combos and cheesed my way through. I loved this game.
Combo? Just spam laws backflip kick!
Idk, yoshimitsu's combos mediocre, no offense
Haha yep!! His and Baek's combos were too good😂
@chaosmaestr0 ⭕️, ⭕️, triangle, ⭕️, ⭕️, square, square, square, square, square. - That is the other 10 hit Yoshimitsu combo I have memorized from Tekken 2 😁.
@Upsidely not the C-section spin sbofysobygs 😭😭😭
The throwing each other off a cliff saga had me crying with laughter.
He’s actually doing itHe’s actually reviewing every tekken in order
Next video Tekken x street fighter x every single anime ever final fantasy remix 7.8 redux remastered remade port to Xbox 360
Nuh uh, he'll never review Tekken: Puzzle Quest
@Vitor Panuci The best one
Can’t wait for Tekken 3 and Gon baybee!!
That family is just insane.
They get bigger with every generation back into the past
Agreed, they could really use some counseling.
orphanage runs outta money. 4.5k likes??? damn, thanks lol
The voice acting is genuinely the thing I remember this and other old games that defined my young days. This coupled with Abe's Oddysee made me a sucker for good sound and music. The vibes in the different levels on Tekken 2 are amazing. I also can't imagine how many hours my best mate and I blew on this game, and my folks even played too which made the memories of it all the more sweeter.
The voice acting in games like Wing Commander 3, Koudelka and Soul Reaver were so good. That generation really defined what video games would be like.
Kazuya’s ending is always going to be the most legendary ending in gaming history.
The game that started it all for me, the series that ended up being my favorite fighting game series of all time. I love MK, Soul Calibur and Capcom fighting games alike, but nothing will top Tekken for me. Tekken 3 and 5 are my personal favorites.
Tekken 2's soundtrack is so good, ESPECIALLY the remixed soundtrack. Michelle and Kazuya's stage being my absolute favorite tracks of the entire series.
The way Tekken evolved in the PS1 was really cool, you take each entry and every one looks so much better than the previous in the exact same gen.
I haven't felt this nostalgic about a game for a decade. Thanks for highlighting how much of a mile stone Tekken 2 was, and appreciation of that sound track
What an amazing video dunkey, truly one of the best reviewers, looking at every perspective of the game! Showing the love you have for games and showing the respect to developers who worked hard on the game! Much respect dunkey!
Lets all appreciate the amount of effort this man puts in his videos, amazing. Keep grinding bro, I love the videos
To be honest Dunkey is one of those youtubers that has a better balance of effort applied and regularity of uploads. For that I like Dunkey a lot more than TRclipsrs that put an insane amount of effort into each video but upload very rarely (but I still love you Internet Historian don't get me wrong)
I love this becoming a series not only is dunkey entertaining you can tell he really loves the Tekken franchise.
Played this game back in the arcades when it FIRST came out. Easily one of the best fighting games of the 1990's
Tekken 2 and 3 have the most underappreciated OSTs in all of gaming, imo. That's not to say that people don't like them, but I think they're on par with the best of the best and yet you rarely hear them mentioned alonside the usual suspects like Zelda, Mario, and Final Fantasy.
T2 > T1 > T3 I know the world is going to disagree with me there, but I found (with thanks to Eddie Gordo and perhaps Hwoarang) Tekken 3 gave birth to button mashing, That's why I gave Tekken up after the second one Tekken 3 felt cheap to me
the flow of these videos is so great. seamless transitions and point making without drilling into the viewer. what a guy!
I loved tekken 3 as a kid. And I remember tekken 4 I think had the classic tekkens as well and I played through them to see how far game developers had come and it really put into perspective for me how much games changed from the 1990s to the 2000s.
One of the first games I remember owning, so full of nostalgia for it despite not really liking fighting games.
Dunkey's verbose and erudite analyses are what make me love not only him, but video games in general. Really makes you FEEL like turning to heavy drinking after the orphanage runs outta money.
It's pronounced Eru-di-tay
@Jonny Boy in fairness, I think its a reference to the sequel of a luchador movie which King is basically a stereotype of.
kinda sounds like you are nitpicking and biased
It's just likes bro. Calm down. At the end of the day its not adding any overall value to your life.
I just really appreciate that dunkey reminds me that not all games are bad just recently we've been in a bad spot for most games. It was all worth it in the end for Elden ring. XP
My first Tekken game and my personal favorite. So effing nostalgic! The music, the stages, and even the sound effects bring me back to my childhood.
This was one of the first games I played and the last game my family played all together. I don't think of my childhood much but those are some of the best moments
Tekken 2 was one of my favorites as a kid. Still amazing
Tekken 2 is a game that gave me one of my very first memories growing up. It may have been the very first game I ever played in my young life back then at a mere 4 years old. The sound track left such an impression on me that I'm brought to literal tears damn near every time I revisit this game due to how hard the nostalgia hits and how well the music holds up to this day. Tekken Tag 2 and Tekken 7 have the weakest soundtrack imo when they started to put a real heavy focus on dubstep and terribly annoying EDM that just makes it forgettable. I wish they would go back to characters having their own stage and personal badass theme than the garbage we get these days
Can't wait for the rest of the Tekken dunkviews, so much entertainment and history combined. I'm really having a blast!
Tekken 2 was my first Tekken game way back in 1997. I was 6 years old and one weekend I was just roaming around the arcade looking for something to play and I heard Law screaming his moves out as I was passing by the cabinet with Paul's theme blasting to high heavens. Once I got closer I obviously thought Law was Bruce Lee so I was already sold at that point and wasted a good chunk of quarters losing against some teens but it was worth it just to spam those Dragon Tails haha. Tekken 2 was my favorite Tekken game until Tekken 5 came out truth be told.
I've seen your vids. Especially the arcade playthroughs
Tekken 2 was the first game as a kid I spent a lot of time on just practicing all the moves at home and getting good at it. I didn't even really understand why, it was just a really compelling game. If my town had more of an arcade scene I could have definitely been sucked down the rabbit hole and been a fighting game player. As it is I still buy a Tekken now and again and even bought myself a usb arcade stick for it, even if I barely play.
Not only Tekken 2 is one of the best Tekken games, it's one of the best fighting games of all time
Glad Dunkey gives this game's soundtracks the praise it deserves, the music was truly ahead of its time
@Insoporous I still listen to RR Type 4's ost on the regular. But so many games had a great soundtrack, it's hard to pick favourites.
@C D Wrong.
@Bisont You're delusional, this sound is directly from the 90s, just like Tekken 2.
What are you talking about, the game's soundtrack fits perfectly into the 90s.
Why did you steal someone's comment? These bots are so annoying
Man I loved playing this game as a kid.. hearing that soundtrack sent me back in time
Thank you for this Dunkey. Tekken 2 was the very first game I played and it blew me away with the graphics, effects, the soundtrack.... The soundtrack needs a video of its own. I'm glad you covered this gracefully.
Tekken 2 was the second game I got for PlayStation after Resident Evil. I was blown away by the 3D graphics at the time. That opening intro movie still gives me chills with how awesome it is. Tekken 2 and Tekken 3 are still my top favorite Tekken games. I bought Tekken 7 a few years ago and it just doesn’t have the same magic as the old Tekken games on the PS1. There is far too much ground juggling and the 10 hit combos don’t seem to work for me in Tekken 7.
You nailed it. My older sister introduced me to this game. I thought it was so weird with all the strange characters (robots, fighting animals, devils, angels etc). Yet when I played it, T2 is user friendly. I mean it's so easy, girls can play it xDThe sound track is all that you said. I honestly think the later Tekken games need to go back to masterful soundtracks. Music can make or break a game.
I thought Dunkey did joke reviews, but this was just a very good review. I did not know enough about Tekken 2 it seems. This game put a ton of effort considering how hard it was to produce that level of 3D. That scene of Kazuya or Heihachi's ending was mindblowing because they decided to make it both wacky and dramatic in a way almost nobody would risk a large amount of their budget on today. And yes, the game comes across as very natural and loveable compared to Virtua Fighter, although by the time they reached 4 (the only Virtua Fighter I really played), the input system seemed more lenient than Tekken actually and Dead or Alive had the more difficult execution.
My first and favorite Tekken game. Soundtrack is absolutely nuts, and just a very majestic atmostphere. A true gem of the 90's
Dunkey's excitement for games is so infectious
Please more tekken videos. People must know at least how god tier the soundtrack is and the deep lore it had.
“They should have found a bigger cliff” is such a freaking good line.
Been waiting for this review for over 20 years. Finally, I know that it was worth it.
One of the best games on PSX and still great fun to play today. Tekken 3 is the zenith of the entire series IMO, but Tekken 2 remains my favourite. Great memories!
Whenever I find something funny I watch it over and over again... That being said, this 4 minute video has gone on for 30 minutes for me😂
I love these comedic retrospective reviews, please do more!
Tekken 2 was the first fighting game I ever played and holds a special place in my heart. I love it so much.
Fuck yeah bro I was like 3 too young
Yes sir first game that remember playing ever
Same. And the opening remains a fuckin banger to this day
same bro. i played it so much i fucking scratched the fuck out of it. my dad then snapped the disc in half in front of me 😂
what a game, i pulled many an all-nighter playing this in high school (also t1 before and t3 after haha). and yeah the ost is awesome, nearly every tekken has great music but t1/2/3 are the pinnacle i think
This guy uploads once a week-ish, he reviews decades old games... and goes trending. Absolutely legendary. You betta go to dunkey's castle.
I miss the simplicity of the roster in Tekken 2. The sub-bosses gave you a reason to get to know all the characters and their strengths/weaknesses over others, and they are pretty much all plausible characters people would face in a kung fu or action film. I can't imagine what it's like getting into the series with Tekken 7. Also, there is something about the funky music, bright colours and stage design that is missing from the edginess of the modern games. In terms of the music I always liked Baek's theme (the arranged one), it has some great drums on it and is pretty foreboding sounding. My fave Tekken game was always Tekken Tag, the smoothness of the Tekken 3 engine with the missing Tekken 2 characters restored.
The explanation of why everyone's getting thrown off cliffs had me dying 🤣
I love this series, it seems to always end on a cliffhanger though.
NYORT NYORT NYORT NYORT
HOHOHO HOHOHHOHOHO HOHOHOHOHOHOHOHO HOHOHOHOHOOHHOHO
@KaproSkarleto more like... Cliff..... Burton! ahahahahhHhJJajajajajajRIP
@KaproSkarleto that's the joke...
More like, cliff-DROPPER amirite?
This is my first time ever commenting on a video but for me, Tekken is THE fighting game & Tekken 2 was THE game growing up, along with Halo. This game holds a very special place in my heart.Glad you did a vid on it Dunkey & yes the soundtrack is well ahead of its time, Kazuya & Yoshomitsu’s are my favourite.
I about lost my shit when you perfectly and poetically described the atmosphere of King's battle stage! That really hit home. Like hell yeah! That's how it felt!
I got Tekken 2 and MK Trilogy with my PS1. It was my first videogame console and I have deep nostalgia for this game. I played through it again a couple years ago, and I was happy to see it aged like fine wine.Thanks for giving props to the amazing soundtrack. This and TTT have my favorite soundtracks in a Tekken game.
First PS1 game I've ever played, still play it on my modded PS Vita and I'm 29 now. Thanks for resurfacing this gem Dunkey!
I remember seeing these graphics as a child and confidently proclaiming "I don't think graphics can get better than this.". 😅
They can’t. These Graphics are so detailed that we can’t comprehend it and can only see it as terrible graphics while in reality they are the best you’ve ever seen. I don’t think graphics can’t get better than this and if they did it would be in tekken 3.
Gran Turismo 2 had me feeling the same way, how could they improve upon perfection?
Tekken 3 was when the game engine was updated, the character movement was updated every character could sidestep and immediately stand up after getting knocked down. If they didn't improve the graphics (which I think they did, they even animated the character's eyes to disappear occasionally as if they were blinking), they certainly improved the gameplay which is how Tekken 3 became the best selling PS1 fighting game and the series was put on the map for mainstream fighting games.
Lmao me when I played DMC
"I don't think life can get any better". It never did.
I loved the narrators positive and deep voice. It was cheerful. Man, the time I spend playing this in my younger days. Hours upon hours.
Thanks, Dunkey! Loved this game as a kid. It's just as good and ridiculous now as it ever was. lol
This is my first fighting game back in the 90s. Love it! I used to go over to my neighbor's house to play.
Tekken 2 was one of my fav games of all time, such nostalgia.
The most anticipated sequel of all time
Tell that to KNACK 3 BABYYYY
I got all the Tekkens on my PC through emulation and 7 on Steam playing the shit out of the whole franchise getting hyped for what's coming next for Tekken. Tekken 8 is SOMEWHERE in the making, the Netflix series, and most importantly, Tekken 3 (dunkview)
The game or the video about the game?
It was the first thing I bought after playing Tekken 3
I remember playing this game as a kid and thinking to myself that CGI could never look better than this xD
Great memories playing Tekken 2 with friends.
I still remember when my childhood friends challenged me in Tekken 2. The rule was whoever loses gives up the controller. I went 100 rounds with no losses lol. We were young but I was pretty decent with fighters back then
This was my first Tekken game and it has a very very special place in my heart
This game changed my life. I played it when I was 8 and it made me join martial arts, I was poor so I cleaned shop windows, mowed lawns and scooped poop to pay for lessons, my sensei saw this and mentored me in life (he was a Yale graduate and a forensic psychologist for the district attourney's office). I am now 32 and a success financially, physically and mentally, despite being a fatherless dropuout. I owe my success in large part due to Tekken.
Thanks for sharing that, it's an inspiring story.
@treei hate "sheesh" its childish and stupid. im done being toxic bye bye
@Elvis Depresley oh no, if it wasn't for Tekken I wouldn't have joined martial arts, I wasn't particularly interested in fighting. All my cousins boxed, all my peers went into drug dealing and thievery, my mentor kept me straight, he would hear if I was up to no good. My sensei was the only man I respected growing up, without having someone I respected like that I would have not listened to anybody and likely would've got inspiration from not a good source. My sensei taught me what I could attain through work ethic and drive. My mom paid the first month and said if I want to keep going, it's out of my pocket, My mom worked at a bar/bowling alley and they happened to have a Tekken 2 machine, she spent most of her time working or partying. When my mom dropped me off my sensei said his class doesn't teach kids, wouldn't be easy and I might get hurt and she said she "didn't care do whatever, he's the one that's wants to be here", my sensei hearing this gave me better attention and it was the first time in my life there was some order, my father was an abusive drug addict and a lazy person, although a certain amount of drive is inate, work ethic is learned. Tekken was the catalyst, not even mortal Kombat, Bruce Lee or Jackie Chan movies lit that spark, it was Tekken 2 & 3
@Gnorung "work ethic" existed before "sigma male". It's simply the principles upon which someone conducts themselves while employed or preforming a task.
I loved Tekken 3 a little bit more than Tekken 2. So many good memories!
Perfect video. Tekken 2 is one of my favourite fighting games. Despite saying that, I'd still place 3 above it and in my eyes, it's the best in the series. I can't wait to see a video on that.
One of my favorite games of all time. I loved the space jumping
Very good review. Can't wait for Tekken 3, 5, and 6. Those are my favorites.
I love when dunkey hits us with the new cutting edge games that we’ve all been anticipating a review for before we can play, thank you dunkey
Stream Young Loud. 😈
I wouldn't trust anybody else to make a video about this game and do it justice. Very well done. Looking forward to the next one
I played an insane amount of Tekken 2 and Tekken Tag Tournament. Great memories.
One of my first ps1 games i ever owned. What a gem
Can't wait to see Tekken 3🔥
@pyrotechnick You're right he could do that
So He's gonna skip Tekken 3 and go straight to Tekken Tag Team...I mean duh
Or Tekken Bowling
Best tekken entry
Thats gonna be whole video. Just Gon.
i love this guy i can never get enough of dunky
Please never stop making content.Can always count on your videos for genuine laughs.
I'm so glad i got into tekken 7 online. I've been so fed up with most modern online games. this is the first time i've been seriously into a figting game and wow it's so satisfying when you finally start to understand what's going on rather than just mashing stuff
So much effort when into this video and it was well worth, truly a masterpiece review
I’m so glad he’s continuing this series. I want a Dunkview for the whole Tekken franchise.
Tekken 2… I can acknowledge 3 as the best in the series (arguably the best fighting game of all time), but 2 coming out less than a year later really helped cement the momentum that Namco had built. Before I could even get Tekken 1 out my system, 2 is already slapping me in the face.Also, the fucking soundtrack. Oh man Tekken’s soundtracks up until Tag Tournament is some of the best music I’ve ever heard in my entire life. Those guys should be doing action movie film scores; they are THAT quality.
I'm glad I bought Tekken 2 when I first got my Playstation way back when. So much fun and memories were had plus every points Dunkey brought up.
this video has been the highlight of my week thank you once again dunkey
I honestly would pay a great amount of money to have a anniversary collection of all the Tekken games.
I think I remember playing a demo disk of Tekken 2 that let you select 3 characters from the front of a playstation review magazine. Then shortly after getting on my radar Tekken 3 came out and I actually became yoshimitsu.
i came here to say the exact same thing verbatim
I replayed the hell out of those demo discs because I could never afford the real games.
@AxxL go away pls :)
Me too. And later found the game. Great time. Tekken has came a long way
I still have many of those PlayStation demo discs. Also Kunimitsu was my jam in Tekken 2. Funny this video was uploaded because I’ve been playing tekken 3 the last few days
I haven't even played tekken 2 but dunkey still made me feel nostalgic
That game looks good, I hope there was a sequel !
The Tekken 4 review is the one I'm looking forward to the most, I hope it happens.
I love tekken, best fighting game franchise in my opinion
Dunk can make you feel something special for a game from 1995 and I love every second of it.
@Archiose I thought it was pretty good but my favorite will ALWAYS be Tekken Tag. That game was so much fun! We used to have 4 of us play it and pass the controller when we tagged off.
@Simply Chris oh my bad bro, you're good. What do you think of 7?
Good games hold up no matter how old they are.
@Archiose Yeah I was more of complimenting Dunky for showing that these games are still good games in a world where "Its from last year? Game is old and stinks". To show how special the game from 1995 is (Which I played and loved) is just awesome and I am loving every second of it.
You can almost see Dunky's happy innocent childhood 😇
It will probably never happen but I would love to see a remake of this game with the amazing soundtrack still intact.
I always felt like a god when I was able to pull off king’s arm drag and chaining that into 3 other throws, and watching my friend’s health bar evaporate into nothing
Thank you for explaining why Tekken was relevant. It was often just one of these details in the background of life in the early 2000s that you knew people were into, but you didn't know why.
Man that opening track slaps so hard, even after all these years.
I love the storytelling in Tekken. It came out in the era when games started to have fully written plots, some good voice acting, and started earning praise for their writing, but Tekken completely bucks the trend and reverts to an arcade-style visual presentation in the most flamboyant CG they could afford.
"some good voice acting"Julia's ending in Tekken 3 was the first to have voice acting and HOLY LOL...
Warms my heart you went back to deep dive on this one, one of my childhood favourites. --edit-- that nina theme is an absolute banger btw
Damn!Hearing Law’s scream is pure nostalgic. So many great memories with friends during that time. Simpler times
Tekken 2 Has a special place in my heart fr, the vybz and soundtrack are unmatched 🔥❤
It's a testament to Dunkey's greatness as a TRclipsr that he can get over a million people to watch a video about a mediocre 25 year old arcade game