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Tekken Tag Tournament: The Ultimate Fighting Game for PS2

Tekken Tag Tournament: A Classic PS2 Game with ESR Compatibility

Tekken Tag Tournament is the fourth installment in the Tekken fighting game series. It was released as an arcade game in 1999, before becoming a North American and European launch title for the PlayStation 2 in 2000. The game features over 35 characters that previously appeared in Tekken 2 and Tekken 3, and introduces a new tag-team gameplay mechanic that allows players to switch between two fighters during a match.

Tekken Tag Tournament [PS2.DVD.NTSC.ESR]

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One of the challenges of playing Tekken Tag Tournament on PS2 is that the game is region-locked, meaning that it can only be played on a PS2 console that matches the game's region code. For example, a North American copy of the game will not work on a European or Japanese PS2 console. This can be frustrating for fans who want to play the game on different regions or import foreign copies of the game.

Fortunately, there is a solution to this problem: ESR. ESR stands for Enhanced Screen Resolution, and it is a patching program that allows PS2 games to be played on any region PS2 console using a modded memory card and a DVD-R backup of the game. ESR works by patching the backup copy of the game with a code that bypasses the region check and enables progressive scan mode, which improves the game's graphics and performance.

To use ESR, you will need the following items:

  • A PS2 console with a modchip installed or Free McBoot software loaded on a memory card.

  • A DVD-R backup copy of Tekken Tag Tournament.

  • A PC with a DVD burner and ESR software downloaded from here.

  • A USB flash drive or a network cable to transfer the patched game to the PS2 console.

Once you have these items, you can follow these steps to play Tekken Tag Tournament on PS2 with ESR:

  • Insert the DVD-R backup copy of Tekken Tag Tournament into your PC's DVD drive.

  • Open ESR software and select your DVD drive as the source.

  • Click on \"Patch\" and wait for the process to finish.

  • Eject the DVD-R backup copy of Tekken Tag Tournament from your PC's DVD drive.

  • Transfer the patched game to your PS2 console using either a USB flash drive or a network cable.

  • Insert your modded memory card into your PS2 console.

  • Turn on your PS2 console and launch ESR from the memory card menu.

  • Select your patched game from the list and press X to start playing.

Congratulations! You can now enjoy Tekken Tag Tournament on PS2 with ESR compatibility. You can also use ESR to patch other PS2 games that are region-locked or do not support progressive scan mode. Have fun!

Tekken Tag Tournament is not only a great fighting game, but also a game with many modes to enjoy. Whether you want to practice your skills, challenge your friends, or have some fun, you will find a mode that suits your preferences.

Practice Mode

Practice mode is where you can learn the basics of the game, such as the controls, the moves, the combos, and the tag mechanics. You can choose any character and any stage, and customize the settings to your liking. You can also access the command list and the move properties to see the inputs and effects of each move. Practice mode is a great way to improve your game and master your favorite characters.

Arcade Mode

Arcade mode is where you can experience the original arcade version of Tekken Tag Tournament. You can choose either one or two characters and fight against a series of opponents until you reach the final boss, Unknown. You can also adjust the difficulty level and the number of rounds per match. Arcade mode is a good way to test your skills and earn some in-game currency.

Versus Mode

Versus mode is where you can play against another human player or the CPU. You can choose either one or two characters and any stage, and set the rules to your liking. You can also enable or disable items, which are special objects that can be used during a match to affect the gameplay. Versus mode is a fun way to compete with your friends or practice against the CPU.

Team Battle Mode

Team battle mode is where you can create a team of up to eight characters and fight against another team of up to eight characters. The match ends when one team has no more characters left. You can choose either one or two characters per round, and switch between them using the tag button. You can also set the order of your team members before each match. Team battle mode is a challenging way to test your endurance and strategy.

Tekken Bowl Mode

Tekken bowl mode is where you can play a bowling minigame with any character. Each character has different attributes, such as power, spin, and accuracy, which affect their performance in bowling. You can also choose different types of balls, such as normal, heavy, light, or bomb. You can play either solo or with another player, and try to score as many points as possible in ten frames. Tekken bowl mode is a relaxing way to have some fun and see your favorite characters in a different light.


Tekken Tag Tournament boasts a huge roster of characters, featuring 39 fighters from the previous Tekken games. You can choose any combination of characters to form your tag team, and experiment with different styles and synergies. Some characters have special intros and outros when paired with certain partners, adding some flavor and personality to the matches. Some characters also have unique tag throws and combos that can deal extra damage or set up for more attacks.

The characters are divided into two categories: returning characters and new characters. Returning characters are those who have appeared in Tekken 2 or Tekken 3, and they retain most of their moves and costumes from those games. New characters are those who are exclusive to Tekken Tag Tournament, and they have their own moves and costumes that are different from the other characters.

Returning Characters

The returning characters are:

  • Anna Williams: A femme fatale and the younger sister of Nina Williams. She fights with aikido and koppo techniques.

  • Armor King: A masked wrestler and the rival of King. He fights with a mix of wrestling and martial arts.

  • Baek Doo San: A taekwondo master and the mentor of Hwoarang. He fights with powerful kicks and spins.

  • Bruce Irvin: A Muay Thai champion and a former bodyguard of Kazuya Mishima. He fights with brutal elbows and knees.

  • Bryan Fury: A cyborg cop who was revived by Dr. Abel. He fights with kickboxing and savate.

  • Eddy Gordo: A capoeira master who seeks revenge for his father's death. He fights with graceful and acrobatic moves.

  • Feng Wei: A Chinese martial artist who seeks to master all fighting styles. He fights with kenpo and iron palm.

  • Forest Law: A martial arts movie star and the son of Marshall Law. He fights with jeet kune do.

  • Ganryu: A sumo wrestler who has a crush on Julia Chang. He fights with sumo techniques and slaps.

  • Gun Jack: A military android who was upgraded by Jane. He fights with brute strength and firearms.

  • Heihachi Mishima: The ruthless leader of the Mishima Zaibatsu and the father of Kazuya Mishima. He fights with Mishima-style karate.

  • Hwoarang: A taekwondo student and the rival of Jin Kazama. He fights with fast kicks and stances.

  • Jin Kazama: The son of Kazuya Mishima and Jun Kazama, and the grandson of Heihachi Mishima. He fights with Mishima-style karate and Kazama-style self-defense.

  • Julia Chang: An American Indian girl who was adopted by Michelle Chang. She fights with xing yi quan and bajiquan.

  • Kazuya Mishima: The son of Heihachi Mishima and the father of Jin Kazama. He fights with Mishima-style karate and devil powers.

  • King: A masked wrestler and the successor of the original King. He fights with wrestling and lucha libre.