History VideoGame / Tekken

28th Apr '16 9:53:44 AM erforce
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** The shootout scene in the ''Tekken Tag Tournament'' intro's [=PS2=] version is said to have been a nod to ''Franchise/{{Terminator}} 2''.

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** The shootout scene in the ''Tekken Tag Tournament'' intro's [=PS2=] version is said to have been a nod to ''Franchise/{{Terminator}} 2''.''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay''.
28th Mar '16 6:17:30 AM SolidSonicTH
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* GrappleMove: Every character have at least 5 throws: Two from the front, one from the left, one from the right and one from the back. Also everyone has the ability to run and tackle (though some can do it from a stationary position). ''Tag Tournament'' introduces tag throws. Also King, Armor King, Nina and Anna have chain throws. Some characters have wall throws, crouching throws, air throws and/or ground throws.



* GuestFighter
** Manga/{{Gon}} appearing in the console version of ''Tekken 3''
** [[StreetFighter Akuma]], appearing in ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution''.



* GrappleMove: Every character have at least 5 throws: Two from the front, one from the left, one from the right and one from the back. Also everyone has the ability to run and tackle (though some can do it from a stationary position). ''Tag Tournament'' introduces tag throws. Also King, Armor King, Nina and Anna have chain throws. Some characters have wall throws, crouching throws, air throws and/or ground throws.
* GuestFighter
** Manga/{{Gon}} appearing in the console version of ''Tekken 3''
** [[StreetFighter Akuma]], appearing in ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution''.
23rd Mar '16 7:29:50 PM SolsticePrince
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* BullyingADragon: In 4, [[SmugSnake Jeff Slater,]] the current Vale Tudo Champion, challenges Craig Marduk to "the biggest unofficial bout of the century." Problem is, [[TheGiant Marduk]] is significantly bigger that Slater. [[All it takes is a UseYourHead headbutt]] [[CurbStompBattle to bring Slater down.]]

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* BullyingADragon: In 4, [[SmugSnake Jeff Slater,]] the current Vale Tudo Champion, challenges Craig Marduk to "the biggest unofficial bout of the century." Problem is, [[TheGiant Marduk]] is significantly bigger that Slater. [[All [[UseYourHead All it takes is a UseYourHead headbutt]] [[CurbStompBattle to bring Slater down.]]
23rd Mar '16 7:28:46 PM SolsticePrince
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* BullyingTheDragon: In 4, [[SmugSnake Jeff Slater,]] the current Vale Tudo Champion, challenges Craig Marduk to "the biggest unofficial bout of the century." Problem is, [[TheGiant Marduk]] is significantly bigger that Slater. All it takes is a [[UseYourHead headbutt]] to bring Slater down.

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* BullyingTheDragon: BullyingADragon: In 4, [[SmugSnake Jeff Slater,]] the current Vale Tudo Champion, challenges Craig Marduk to "the biggest unofficial bout of the century." Problem is, [[TheGiant Marduk]] is significantly bigger that Slater. All [[All it takes is a [[UseYourHead UseYourHead headbutt]] [[CurbStompBattle to bring Slater down.]]
23rd Mar '16 7:26:52 PM SolsticePrince
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* BullyingTheDragon: In 4, [[SmugSnake Jeff Slater,]] the current Vale Tudo Champion, challenges Craig Marduk to "the biggest unofficial bout of the century." Problem is, [[TheGiant Marduk]] is significantly bigger that Slater. All it takes is a [[UseYourHead headbutt]] to bring Slater down.
21st Mar '16 11:31:03 AM otaking3582
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** A FunnyBackgroundEvent in the Historic Town Square stage in Tag Tournament 2 is [[Literature/TheBremenTownMusicians a rooster dancing on top of a cat which is dancing on top of a dog which is dancing on top of a donkey]].
19th Mar '16 7:26:52 AM Dinjoralo
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Lately, the series has been going from strength to strength; ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'' was confirmed in late 2010 to much fanfare and approval, and is one of the most expansive and exciting entries of the series so far. Nintendo fans are finally seeing some ''Tekken'' love for the first time since ''Tekken Advance'' also, with ''Tekken 3D: Prime Edition'' for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS. Lastly, but certainly not least, the series is finally going head-to-head with its old rival, in the form of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Tekken X Street Fighter'', 2 separate {{Crossover}} games developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} and Namco respectively. An updated version of ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'', ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Unlimited'', was released as a patch to arcade units in March 2012, and a home console version of ''Tag 2'' with the changes introduced by it was released in September for [=PlayStation 3=], Xbox 360 and Wii U. This is notably the first time a ''Tekken'' title has ever been available on a Nintendo home console. In June 2013, Namco released ''Tekken Revolution'', a free-to-play installment based on the ''Tag 2'' engine exclusively for the [=PlayStation 3=] via the [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork PlayStation Store]] featuring new gameplay mechanics such as [[PointBuildSystem customizable character stats]], [[CriticalHit Critical Arts]], and [[InvulnerableAttack Special Arts]]. Nintendo also got a SpiritualSuccessor of sorts to the series in the form of ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'', a SpinOff of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' that plays just like a ''Tekken'' game, since ''Tekken'' project director Katsuhiro Harada himself is involved in its development.

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Lately, the series has been going from strength to strength; ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'' was confirmed in late 2010 to much fanfare and approval, and is one of the most expansive and exciting entries of the series so far. Nintendo fans are finally seeing some ''Tekken'' love for the first time since ''Tekken Advance'' also, with ''Tekken 3D: Prime Edition'' for the UsefulNotes/Nintendo3DS. Lastly, but certainly not least, the series is finally going head-to-head with its old rival, in the form of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterXTekken'' and ''Tekken X Street Fighter'', 2 separate {{Crossover}} games developed by Creator/{{Capcom}} and Namco respectively. An updated version of ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'', ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Unlimited'', was released as a patch to arcade units in March 2012, and a home console version of ''Tag 2'' with the changes introduced by it was released in September for [=PlayStation 3=], Xbox 360 and Wii U. This is notably the first time a ''Tekken'' title has ever been available on a Nintendo home console. In June 2013, Namco released ''Tekken Revolution'', a free-to-play installment based on the ''Tag 2'' engine exclusively for the [=PlayStation 3=] via the [[UsefulNotes/PlayStationNetwork PlayStation Store]] featuring new gameplay mechanics such as [[PointBuildSystem customizable character stats]], [[CriticalHit Critical Arts]], and [[InvulnerableAttack Special Arts]]. Nintendo also got a SpiritualSuccessor of sorts to the series in the form of ''VideoGame/PokkenTournament'', a SpinOff of the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' that plays just like similarly to a ''Tekken'' game, game with several twists, since ''Tekken'' project director Katsuhiro Harada himself is involved in its development.
13th Mar '16 4:46:09 AM Smeagol17
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** ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}with UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne releases confirmed)

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** ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}with (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}} with UsefulNotes/PlayStation4 and UsefulNotes/XboxOne releases confirmed)
11th Mar '16 12:20:58 AM GrammarNavi
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* ''Film/TekkenBloodVengeance'' (a CGI movie in the same canon as the games)

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* ''Film/TekkenBloodVengeance'' ''Anime/TekkenBloodVengeance'' (a CGI movie in the same canon as the games)



''Tekken'' has been extremely successful in arcades (and later in console ports), with characters' fighting styles influenced by real-life martial arts. The series contains seven games so far as well as a dream tag match game series called ''Tekken Tag Tournament''. It has also spawned 3 separate movies; [[Anime/TekkenTheMotionPicture one traditionally animated]], [[Film/{{Tekken}} one live-action]] and [[Film/TekkenBloodVengeance a CG movie]]. Ports were exclusively to the [=PlayStation=] consoles until the 6th installment, which received an UsefulNotes/XBox360 port. The series has often been derided by the father of the ''Franchise/{{Dead or Alive}}'' series, Tomonobu Itagaki; however, other fighting game developers (such as ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' co-creator Ed Boon) enjoy the series.

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''Tekken'' has been extremely successful in arcades (and later in console ports), with characters' fighting styles influenced by real-life martial arts. The series contains seven games so far as well as a dream tag match game series called ''Tekken Tag Tournament''. It has also spawned 3 separate movies; [[Anime/TekkenTheMotionPicture one traditionally animated]], [[Film/{{Tekken}} one live-action]] and [[Film/TekkenBloodVengeance [[Anime/TekkenBloodVengeance a CG movie]]. Ports were exclusively to the [=PlayStation=] consoles until the 6th installment, which received an UsefulNotes/XBox360 port. The series has often been derided by the father of the ''Franchise/{{Dead or Alive}}'' series, Tomonobu Itagaki; however, other fighting game developers (such as ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' co-creator Ed Boon) enjoy the series.



Furthermore, a 3D CG movie based on the series (and developed by Namco itself) premiered in July 2011, called ''Film/TekkenBloodVengeance'', a canonical movie expanding on the series lore of the Devil Gene. The movie saw a limited theatrical release, but saw most of its distribution via DVD and Blu-ray releases in 2011, as well as being bundled with ''Tekken Hybrid'' (a Blu-ray which also includes ''Tekken Tag Tournament HD'' and a demo of ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'') and ''Tekken 3D: Prime Edition''.

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Furthermore, a 3D CG movie based on the series (and developed by Namco itself) premiered in July 2011, called ''Film/TekkenBloodVengeance'', ''Anime/TekkenBloodVengeance'', a canonical movie expanding on the series lore of the Devil Gene. The movie saw a limited theatrical release, but saw most of its distribution via DVD and Blu-ray releases in 2011, as well as being bundled with ''Tekken Hybrid'' (a Blu-ray which also includes ''Tekken Tag Tournament HD'' and a demo of ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'') and ''Tekken 3D: Prime Edition''.
29th Feb '16 5:44:48 PM lenne18
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* PlotLineCrossover: A few of the endings in ''Tag 2'' are actually interconnected plots. For example, Jin's ending seamlessly segues into that of Devil Jin. The most significant case of this is a story which takes up an entire afternoon: in chronological order: Lili, Miharu, Kuma, Panda, Alisa and Xiaoyu's endings.

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* PlotLineCrossover: A few of the endings in ''Tag 2'' are actually interconnected plots. For example, Jin's ending seamlessly segues into that of Devil Jin. The most significant case of this is a story which takes up an entire afternoon: in chronological order: Asuka, Lili, Miharu, Kuma, Panda, Alisa and Xiaoyu's endings.
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