History VideoGame / Tekken

25th Aug '16 9:23:35 AM CoolTom1337
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* ImmediateSequel: The time between Jin's ending in ''4'' (unambiguously the last event to occur in the ''Tekken 4'' story) and the opening cinematic of ''5'' is only about 5 minutes at most.

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* ImmediateSequel: The time between Jin's ending in ''4'' (unambiguously the last event to occur in the ''Tekken 4'' story) and the opening cinematic of ''5'' is only about 5 minutes at most. However, the actual story of ''5'' doesn't kick off until a month or two after the events at Honmaru.
17th Aug '16 11:54:20 PM urielzet
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** Subverted in ''7: Fated Retribution'' with the introduction of Akuma. His Gou-Hadou attacks inflict chip damage if blocked.



** The above characters are missing again in ''Tekken 7''. Also missing are: Alex, Anna, Christie, Eddy, Marduk, Forest, Julia, Kuma, Lee, Lei, Miguel, Mokujin, Panda, Roger Jr., and Zafina. Nina was absent from the Arcade release, but was later added to ''Fated Retribution'', followed by Bob. Raven was replaced by a female named Master Raven, who is apparently his superior.

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** The above characters are missing again in ''Tekken 7''. Also missing are: Alex, Anna, Christie, Eddy, Marduk, Forest, Julia, Kuma, Lee, Kuma, Lei, Miguel, Mokujin, Panda, Roger Jr., and Zafina. Nina was absent from the Arcade release, but was later added to ''Fated Retribution'', followed by Bob.Bob and Lee. Raven was replaced by a female named Master Raven, who is apparently his superior.



** The ''Fated Retribution'' update adds "Rage Drives", which are less damaging alternatives to Rage Arts and lack the armor that the Rage Arts do but can lead to unique setups that can't be accomplished with Rage Arts (such as stunning opponents on the ground). Rage Arts now damage scale depending on how close your character is to defeat, with more damage being done the later you use it.

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** The ''Fated Retribution'' update adds "Rage Drives", which are less damaging alternatives to Rage Arts and lack the armor that the Rage Arts do but can lead to unique setups that can't be accomplished with Rage Arts (such as stunning opponents on the ground).ground, or even inflicting a second screw juggle after having already started one). Rage Arts now damage scale depending on how close your character is to defeat, with more damage being done the later you use it.


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** Subverted with ''Tekken 7'' now using the Unreal 4 graphics engine (which also meant the developers had to re-animate all the characters from scratch). Almost every character costume, especially the alternates in ''Fated Retribution'', displays significant visual upgrades in all their glory.
17th Aug '16 5:25:08 AM SolidSonicTH
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* ''Death By Degrees'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation2)

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* ''Death By Degrees'' (UsefulNotes/PlayStation2)(UsefulNotes/PlayStation2) - an action game spinoff starring Nina Williams
3rd Aug '16 9:13:48 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3)

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** ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3)(UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3)[[note]]Released as "''Tekken: Dark Resurrection''" on PSP.[[/note]]
3rd Aug '16 8:45:21 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable)

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** ''Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable)360}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStationPortable)[[note]]Released as "''Tekken 6''" on console.[[/note]]



*** ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Unlimited'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/WiiU)

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*** ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Unlimited'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation3[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/WiiU)360}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/WiiU)[[note]]Released as "''Tekken Tag Tournament 2''" on console.[[/note]]



** ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation4[=/=]UsefulNotes/XboxOne[=/=]PC)

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** ''Tekken 7: Fated Retribution'' (UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation4[=/=]UsefulNotes/XboxOne[=/=]PC)(UsefulNotes/{{Arcade|Game}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/PlayStation4[=/=]UsefulNotes/XboxOne[=/=]PC)[[note]]Releasing as "''Tekken 7''" on console/PC.[[/note]]
3rd Aug '16 7:48:56 AM SolidSonicTH
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** The opening cinematic of ''7'' depicts Heihachi and Kazuya fighting in the middle of an active volcano (so not even around it like the Devil's Pit stage but actually ''in'' arm's length of the molten rock splashing and spraying everywhere).
1st Aug '16 12:47:52 PM KingZeal
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* DoingInTheWizard: ''Tekken 4'', in general. Most soft sci-fi and blatantly supernatural elements are downplayed or eliminated entirely. For example, the Mishima Clan's [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Devil powers]] seem to be attributed to a genetic mutation. Ogre, instead of being an ancient god, is a [[DeityOfHumanOrigin "bioweapon."]] The {{Ridiculously Human Robot|s}}, Jack, was replaced by the ClockworkCreature, Combot. Neither Angel nor Devil or Devil Jin are playable characters. No PettingZooPeople. And the final boss, like the first game, is simply Heihachi rather than some sort of HumanoidAbomination. Whatever the reasons for this change, though, it didn't stick. In subsequent games, it's pretty clear that the Devil Gene, a supposed genetic fluke, ''does'' have a supernatural origin. Jack not only returns but is joined by the even ''more'' ridiculously-human-looking (and very anime-esque) [[RobotGirl Alisa Bosconovitch.]] The final bosses of both ''Tekken 5'' and ''6'' are definitely supernatural. Roger makes a return (without Alex), and now has an equally anthropomorphic family. ''Tekken Tag 2'' even brings back Alex, Angel, both Devils, Ogre, and Unknown. In short, the Wizard CameBackStrong.

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* DoingInTheWizard: ''Tekken 4'', in general. Most soft sci-fi and blatantly supernatural elements are downplayed or eliminated entirely. For example, the Mishima Clan's [[SuperpoweredEvilSide Devil powers]] seem to be attributed to a genetic mutation. Ogre, instead of being an ancient god, is a [[DeityOfHumanOrigin "bioweapon."]] The {{Ridiculously Human Robot|s}}, Jack, was replaced by the ClockworkCreature, Combot. Neither Angel nor Devil or Devil Jin are playable characters. No PettingZooPeople. And the final boss, like the first game, is simply Heihachi rather than some sort of HumanoidAbomination. Whatever the reasons for this change, though, it didn't stick. In subsequent games, it's pretty clear that the Devil Gene, a supposed genetic fluke, ''does'' have a supernatural origin. Jack not only returns but is joined by the even ''more'' ridiculously-human-looking (and very anime-esque) [[RobotGirl Alisa Bosconovitch.]] The final bosses of both ''Tekken 5'' and 5'', ''6'' and ''7'' are definitely supernatural. Roger makes a return (without Alex), and now has an equally anthropomorphic family. ''Tekken Tag 2'' even brings back Alex, Angel, both Devils, Ogre, and Unknown. In short, the Wizard CameBackStrong.
23rd Jul '16 3:47:46 AM Eyeshield
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* GenreShift: Tekken is a straight fighter, but certain minigames and modes (IE Tekken Force, Devil Within and the entirety of Tekken 6's Scenario Campaign) have translated that into a BeatEmUp.



* GoldfishPoopGang: As of ''6'', it's Marshall Law, Steve Fox, and Paul Phoenix.

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* GoldfishPoopGang: As of ''6'', it's Marshall Law, Steve Fox, and Paul Phoenix. Steve is just sort of there looking out for his idiot companions though.
18th Jul '16 9:56:38 PM urielzet
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** The above characters are missing again in ''Tekken 7''. Also missing are: Alex, Anna, Bob, Christie, Eddy, Marduk, Forest, Julia, Kuma, Lee, Lei, Miguel, Mokujin, Panda, Roger Jr., and Zafina. Nina was absent from the Arcade release, but was later added to ''Fated Retribution''.

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** The above characters are missing again in ''Tekken 7''. Also missing are: Alex, Anna, Bob, Christie, Eddy, Marduk, Forest, Julia, Kuma, Lee, Lei, Miguel, Mokujin, Panda, Roger Jr., and Zafina. Nina was absent from the Arcade release, but was later added to ''Fated Retribution''.Retribution'', followed by Bob. Raven was replaced by a female named Master Raven, who is apparently his superior.



** ''Tekken 7'' adds Rage Arts, which are very powerful moves only doable while in Rage Mode. Performing one, whether successful or otherwise, will make your forfeit Rage Mode for the rest of the match.

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** ''Tekken 7'' adds Rage Arts, which are very powerful moves only doable while in Rage Mode. Performing one, whether successful or otherwise, will make your forfeit Rage Mode for the rest of the match. ''Fated Retribution'' included Rage Drives which, unlike Rage Arts, do not disrupt the flow of a match.



** Master Raven in ''7: Fated Retribution'' replaces the original Raven introduced in ''5'', although Master Raven is actually Raven's superior.



* WorldOfBuxom: Most girls have quite a respectable bust in ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2''. See FanservicePack[=/=]HotterAndSexier above. Subverted with other females, however, like Xiaoyu, Jun, and Leo (although she does have her own bikini outfit).

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* WorldOfBuxom: Most girls have quite a respectable bust in ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2''. See FanservicePack[=/=]HotterAndSexier above. Subverted with other females, however, like Xiaoyu, Jun, and Leo (although she does have her own bikini outfit). ''7'' introduces Katarina and Master Raven.
12th Jul '16 9:17:58 AM SolidSonicTH
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** Kazumi Mishima in ''7'' seems to monkey wrench this theory as she also produces electricity when she hits, despite not being of Mishima blood [[note]]And while it is plausible that this power could be of the Devil Gene, if she is the progenitor of it then only Kazuya, Lars, and Jin should be able to emit electricity. Jinpachi and Heihachi should be able to but also do[[/note]].

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** Kazumi Mishima in ''7'' seems to monkey wrench this theory as she also produces electricity when she hits, despite not being of Mishima blood [[note]]And while it is plausible that this power could be of the Devil Gene, if she is the progenitor of it then only Kazuya, Lars, Kazuya and Jin should be able to emit electricity. Jinpachi Jinpachi, Heihachi, and Heihachi should Lars shouldn't be able to but also do[[/note]].
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