Tekken 6 Patch Improves Stability
If you've been playing Tekken 6, you've likely noticed the severe issues when playing online. Namco promised to address the problems with a patch and that patch has finally arrived.
As revealed by PS3Attitude, this 15MB patch really does enhance the online experience and fixes most of the major drawbacks that hindered multiplayer match play. We now have improved input response (the game responds better to button/command inputs), selectable search priorities for ranked matches, organized data transmission between fighters and spectators, the option to cancel any given match, and helpful signal strength bars. But perhaps above all else is the greatly enhanced stability; if you check around the Internet, those who have tested the new and improved Tekken 6 online say it's a much better experience. Before, many claimed it really wasn't even playable due to the significant issues many faced, but this patch should open the floodgates for more fulfilling (and less frustrating) multiplayer matches. This is one of those times when, almost immediately upon release, the fans were calling for a fix, and although it took about a month, that fix is here.
We're fairly certain that Namco will be keeping an eye on things so if you still have problems, make sure to be vocal about them. Developers hate to have bad vibes floating around.
Related Game(s): Tekken 6
11/26/2009 10:50:07 AM Ben Dutka