History Videogame / Tekken

23rd Apr '17 11:57:03 AM jnv11
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* {{Bifauxnen}}: Leo Kliesen is actually a girl.



* {{Bifauxnen}}: Leo Kliesen is actually a girl.
17th Apr '17 5:52:40 PM aureolindays
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: In ''Tekken Tag 2'', characters can enter Rage Mode faster or slower depending on how much they like their teammate. NO ONE likes Ogre; so many characters will enter Rage Mode only when Ogre is very close to death.

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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: In ''Tekken Tag 2'', characters can enter Rage Mode faster or slower depending on how much they like their teammate. NO ONE likes Ogre; Ogre, so many characters will enter Rage Mode only when Ogre is very close to death.
17th Apr '17 5:52:16 PM aureolindays
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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: In ''Tekken Tag 2'', characters can enter Rage Mode faster or slower depending on how much they like their teammate. NO ONE likes Ogre, so many characters will enter Rage Mode only when Ogre is very close to death.

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* ZeroPercentApprovalRating: In ''Tekken Tag 2'', characters can enter Rage Mode faster or slower depending on how much they like their teammate. NO ONE likes Ogre, Ogre; so many characters will enter Rage Mode only when Ogre is very close to death.
17th Apr '17 8:39:58 AM AntonF
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** Ogre is 99% probably dead, as Jin's ''T3'' ending shows him disintegrating into dust, while Heihachi's backstory in ''T4'' says that he injects himself with Ogre's blood, which would mean that he's dead and/or incapacitated. However, since he appears as the final boss of Devil Within in ''T5'', being resurrected in some way, there's a chance that he might not stay dead.



** Azazel is most likely gone for good, since his last appearance ends in his defeat. Curiously, he doesn't get much press in ''T7'', despite the fact that it revolves heavily around the origins of Devil Gene.



* MsFanservice: Many of the playable female characters, some with more revealing costume options than others. Christie in particular has the most {{Stripperiffic}} ones in ''Tekken 6'', not to mention her normal fighting stance really shows off the JigglePhysics. Even those who wear modest clothing as their default costumes can be customized to become {{Striperriffic}}.

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* MsFanservice: Many of the playable female characters, some with more revealing costume options than others. Christie in particular has the most {{Stripperiffic}} ones in ''Tekken 6'', not to mention her normal fighting stance really shows off the JigglePhysics. Even those who wear modest clothing as their default costumes can be customized to become {{Striperriffic}}.{{Stripperriffic}}.



* {{Revenge}}: Used often as the reason for the fighters to enter the tournaments: they want to battle a fellow participant (usually the official sponsor) because of a past humiliation/anger. Most don't devolve into [[RoaringRampageOfRevenge outright killing]], but a few do.
** The first game has both Kazuya and Michelle against Heihachi.
** The second has Heihachi (against Kazuya) and Marshall (against Baek).
** The third has Eddy (against Mishima Zaibatsu), and Hwoarang and Jin (against Ogre).
** The fourth has King (against Marduk) and Kazuya (against Heihachi)
** The fifth has Marduk (against King), Kazuya (against G Corporation), Lee (against Kazuya), Steve (against Mishima Zaibatsu), Yoshimitsu (against Bryan), Asuka (against Feng), and Armor King (against Marduk)
** The sixth has Anna (against Nina), Armor King (against Marduk), Leo (against Kazuya), and Miguel (against Jin)
** The seventh currently has Eddy (against Kazuya) and Miguel (against Jin).



* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: Almost everybody has this, usually coming back to the tournaments for revenge. Miguel's story in ''6'' is also motivated by this.



* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Devil Jin and, uh, Devil himself, being Kazuya's ''actual'' evil conscience. [[spoiler:Unknown, of Jun, as of ''Tag 2'']].

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* SuperpoweredEvilSide: The Devil Gene, which transforms its inheritors to demonic forms. [[spoiler: Kazumi,]] Kazuya, and Jin and, uh, Devil himself, being Kazuya's ''actual'' all possess this[[spoiler:, but only Kazumi (being the case zero) has full control over it]]. There are unnamed other demonic powers as well, such as the evil conscience. [[spoiler:Unknown, of spirit who possesses Jinpachi [[spoiler: and the wolf spirit who possesses Jun, as of ''Tag 2'']].turning her into Unknown]].


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* WalkingShirtlessScene: Many male characters have at least one default costume that completely bares their upper parts. Marshall, King, Kazuya, Ganryu, Bruce, Jin, Bryan, Steve, Marduk, and Feng consistently follow this trope, but there are other periodical examples as well. From ''6'' onward, all male characters except for Wang, Fat Bob, and Tiger can be customized to fight shirtless.
10th Apr '17 5:27:37 AM SolidSonicTH
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** A stage in the console version of ''Tekken 7'', "Brimstone & Fire", has a similar premise to Devil's Pit.
31st Mar '17 6:32:58 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''Tekken 5'' received two revisions in the arcades. The first, called ''Tekken 5.1'', was a balance patch that only changed certain elements to rebalance the game. ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' is the full upgrade that included new stages, new moves for the existing cast, and two new characters, as well as bringing in a successor to the Armor King character. Eddy was also separated from Christie for the first time in this version. This is the only arcade revision that was also released as a separate revision on consoles (the original ''Tekken 5'' only launched on [=PlayStation 2=] while ''Dark Resurrection'' was ported to PSP and [=PlayStation 3=]).

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** ''Tekken 5'' received two revisions in the arcades. The first, called ''Tekken 5.1'', was a balance patch that only changed certain elements to rebalance the game. ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' is the full upgrade that included new stages, new moves for the existing cast, and two new characters, characters (Lili and Dragunov), as well as bringing in a successor to the Armor King character. Eddy was also separated from Christie for the first time in this version. This is the only arcade revision that was also released as a separate revision on consoles (the original ''Tekken 5'' only launched on [=PlayStation 2=] while ''Dark Resurrection'' was ported to PSP and [=PlayStation 3=]).
31st Mar '17 6:30:39 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''Tekken 5'' received two revisions in the arcades. The first, called ''Tekken 5.1'', was a balance patch that only changed certain elements to rebalance the game. ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' is the full upgrade that included new stages, new moves, and two new characters, as well as bringing in a successor to the Armor King character. Eddy was also separated from Christie for the first time in this version. This is the only arcade revision that was also released as a separate revision on consoles (the original ''Tekken 5'' only launched on [=PlayStation 2=] while ''Dark Resurrection'' was ported to PSP and [=PlayStation 3=]).

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** ''Tekken 5'' received two revisions in the arcades. The first, called ''Tekken 5.1'', was a balance patch that only changed certain elements to rebalance the game. ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' is the full upgrade that included new stages, new moves, moves for the existing cast, and two new characters, as well as bringing in a successor to the Armor King character. Eddy was also separated from Christie for the first time in this version. This is the only arcade revision that was also released as a separate revision on consoles (the original ''Tekken 5'' only launched on [=PlayStation 2=] while ''Dark Resurrection'' was ported to PSP and [=PlayStation 3=]).
31st Mar '17 6:30:14 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''Tekken 7''[='s=] revision is entitled ''Fated Retribution''. The update adds two new stages, a new lighting model, the new "Rage Drive" mechanic (a alternate Rage Mode technique to Rage Arts; see DesperationAttack for more details), and introduces Akuma to the roster as a GuestFighter (as well as returning series mainstay Nina to the cast; Bob and Master Raven would be added through a later patch). The nominal upgrades to the characters' movelists was also included. The console version will add more characters (including ''Revolution''-exclusive character Eliza as DownloadableContent) and stages over the arcade version but it is rumored that the characters (at least) will also be back-ported to the arcade following their release on console.

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** ''Tekken 7''[='s=] revision is entitled ''Fated Retribution''. The update adds two new stages, a new lighting model, the new "Rage Drive" mechanic (a alternate Rage Mode technique to Rage Arts; see DesperationAttack for more details), and introduces Akuma to the roster as a GuestFighter (as well as returning series mainstay Nina to the cast; Bob and Master Raven would be added through a later patch). The nominal upgrades to the existing characters' movelists was also included. The console version will add more characters (including ''Revolution''-exclusive character Eliza as DownloadableContent) and stages over the arcade version but it is rumored that the characters (at least) will also be back-ported to the arcade following their release on console.
31st Mar '17 6:30:06 AM SolidSonicTH
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** ''Tekken 5'' received two revisions in the arcades. The first, called ''Tekken 5.1'', was a balance patch that only changed certain elements to rebalance the game. ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' is the full upgrade that included new stages and two new characters, as well as bringing in a successor to the Armor King character. Eddy was also separated from Christie for the first time in this version. This is the only arcade revision that was also released as a separate revision on consoles (the original ''Tekken 5'' only launched on [=PlayStation 2=] while ''Dark Resurrection'' was ported to PSP and [=PlayStation 3=]).
** ''Tekken 6'' received one revision called ''Bloodline Rebellion'' that introduced Lars and Alisa to the roster and some new stages. It also changed the properties of low parries to convert to a Bound state. The console version is derived fully from ''Bloodline Rebellion'' with no release of the original ''Tekken 6'' appearing on a home console.

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** ''Tekken 5'' received two revisions in the arcades. The first, called ''Tekken 5.1'', was a balance patch that only changed certain elements to rebalance the game. ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' is the full upgrade that included new stages stages, new moves, and two new characters, as well as bringing in a successor to the Armor King character. Eddy was also separated from Christie for the first time in this version. This is the only arcade revision that was also released as a separate revision on consoles (the original ''Tekken 5'' only launched on [=PlayStation 2=] while ''Dark Resurrection'' was ported to PSP and [=PlayStation 3=]).
** ''Tekken 6'' received one revision called ''Bloodline Rebellion'' that introduced Lars and Alisa to the roster and some new stages.stages (and includes new attacks for the existing cast). It also changed the properties of low parries to convert to a Bound state. The console version is derived fully from ''Bloodline Rebellion'' with no release of the original ''Tekken 6'' appearing on a home console.



** ''Tekken 7''[='s=] revision is entitled ''Fated Retribution''. The update adds two new stages, a new lighting model, the new "Rage Drive" mechanic (a alternate Rage Mode technique to Rage Arts; see DesperationAttack for more details), and introduces Akuma to the roster as a GuestFighter (as well as returning series mainstay Nina to the cast; Bob and Master Raven would be added through a later patch). The console version will add more characters (including ''Revolution''-exclusive character Eliza as DownloadableContent) and stages over the arcade version but it is rumored that the characters (at least) will also be back-ported to the arcade following their release on console.

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** ''Tekken 7''[='s=] revision is entitled ''Fated Retribution''. The update adds two new stages, a new lighting model, the new "Rage Drive" mechanic (a alternate Rage Mode technique to Rage Arts; see DesperationAttack for more details), and introduces Akuma to the roster as a GuestFighter (as well as returning series mainstay Nina to the cast; Bob and Master Raven would be added through a later patch). The nominal upgrades to the characters' movelists was also included. The console version will add more characters (including ''Revolution''-exclusive character Eliza as DownloadableContent) and stages over the arcade version but it is rumored that the characters (at least) will also be back-ported to the arcade following their release on console.
31st Mar '17 6:26:06 AM SolidSonicTH
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* UpdatedRerelease: Each game since ''5'' has gotten an arcade revision at least once.
** ''Tekken 5'' received two revisions in the arcades. The first, called ''Tekken 5.1'', was a balance patch that only changed certain elements to rebalance the game. ''Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection'' is the full upgrade that included new stages and two new characters, as well as bringing in a successor to the Armor King character. Eddy was also separated from Christie for the first time in this version. This is the only arcade revision that was also released as a separate revision on consoles (the original ''Tekken 5'' only launched on [=PlayStation 2=] while ''Dark Resurrection'' was ported to PSP and [=PlayStation 3=]).
** ''Tekken 6'' received one revision called ''Bloodline Rebellion'' that introduced Lars and Alisa to the roster and some new stages. It also changed the properties of low parries to convert to a Bound state. The console version is derived fully from ''Bloodline Rebellion'' with no release of the original ''Tekken 6'' appearing on a home console.
** ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'' received an update titled ''Unlimited'' which, chiefly, added the ability to play as a single character as opposed to a tag team. No new characters were added to the arcade version of ''Unlimited'' but the home console version added many more characters over the ''Unlimited'' release through downloadable updates.
** ''Tekken 7''[='s=] revision is entitled ''Fated Retribution''. The update adds two new stages, a new lighting model, the new "Rage Drive" mechanic (a alternate Rage Mode technique to Rage Arts; see DesperationAttack for more details), and introduces Akuma to the roster as a GuestFighter (as well as returning series mainstay Nina to the cast; Bob and Master Raven would be added through a later patch). The console version will add more characters (including ''Revolution''-exclusive character Eliza as DownloadableContent) and stages over the arcade version but it is rumored that the characters (at least) will also be back-ported to the arcade following their release on console.
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