Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Wii U Edition has added some pretty weird modes and features. We've already talked about the goofy Nintendo-themed costumes the game adds, and new screenshots today show off the game's Paint feature.
You're able to customize characters using the Wii U Game Pad's touchscreen with this Paint feature. You'll see examples of this above and in our gallery with these Halloween-themed paint jobs.
Mind you, nothing is stoping you from drawing penises on everything.
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