The trademark electronic music that Tekken is known for can get a bit grating over time. It's still perfectly fine, as are the classic sound effects. The voice acting is not too bad either.
Tekken 7 looks great, especially for a two-year old arcade game. It's not without the odd graphical flaw, like a bit of clipping here and there, but it's a lovely-looking fighting game, regardless.
Anyone even remotely familiar with the series will feel right at home, while newcomers needn't be intimidated. Tekken 7 embraces fight fans of all types, as one of the most accessible, but incredibly deep, fighting games out there.
An all-round package that's just a little light on single-player content. All the bases are pretty well-covered online, although getting a match going can be a pain. The story is also an excellent, knowingly ridiculous addition.
Exactly the sort of achievement list you'd want from a game like this, with an excellent spread across all modes, and none that are too taxing. Not too much grind, this is still a list with a long tail.