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I had a lot of fun playing this game back in the year 2000 but even then it didn't hold my attention for as long as games like Soul Calibur and Jet Grind Radio. I loved being able to zoom around the streets of San Francisco in a car before I had my drivers license. These days if I feel like driving a car around like crazy I will have more fun doing it in single player GTA V.

This game is an absolute high point for the series. I can't think of a tekken game since that fired on all cylinders like this. The improvement in the character models alone from tekken 2 is a massive step up. It is really great work for the original Playstation. One of the best fighting games of the era.

All of that said, I don't like the gameplay loop of trying to find an opening and exploiting it to do really long combos. I like games that have a more rock-paper-scissors strategy to them. Games like this feel like having to take piano lessons to get good.

I really don't know how to review a game like this because I spent a ton of time playing it and it's an incredibly fun game but after you build a city of a certain size it breaks. Is it a one star game because it wastes so much of your time? Is it a 5 star game because it's that fun before it breaks?

I am also not a fan of the dlc-fest style of game where you have to be a millionaire to have all of the content. I'm sad that the sequel seems to have a lot of issues too.