Tekken Tag Tournament was released as an arcade game in 1999, before becoming a North American and European launch title for the PlayStation 2 in 2000. As the game was made to be a compilation of previous games, the game includes nearly every character from the original Tekken up to Tekken 3, including those who were canonically missing in the current canonical game Tekken 3. All of them have improved appearance and movesets to make them on par with the Tekken 3 characters.
AetherSX2 is a PS2 console emulator for the Android platform. You can play PS2 games easily using an android smartphone. AetherSX2 can run more than 90% of PS2 playable games. So, with the Aether SX2 Apk application, you can easily play Playstation 2 games through Android devices practically and easily. A BIOS image is required to play games and is not opational.
Compatibility : The console is an extremely complex piece of hardware, with many very powerful components, even for today. You need a high end device to achieve good performance. We recommend at least a Snapdragon 845-equivalent device. This means 4 large cores (Cortex-A75 level). If you only have two big cores (e.g. Snapdragon 700 series SoCs, you should not enable multi-threaded VU, and performance will suffer as a result). Devices with Mali or PowerVR GPUs will run the app, but performance will be lower than Adreno GPUs.
If you want to use the app on a slower device, you can try it, but games will run slow, especially heavier titles. You can try underclocking the CPU by setting the cycle rate to a negative number, and the cycle skip to a positive number in System settings, but this will cause games to lag internally at best, or crash at worst.
Hardware Request for AetherSX2 Emulator :
* Android 5.1 +
* OpenGL ES 3.1 +
Tekken Tag Tournament
March 30, 2000