History YMMV / Tekken

6th Feb '17 11:32:25 AM CoolTom1337
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*** And then there are the players taking issue with her being a pre-order bonus for a different reason - that of course, being the fact that Harada has gone back on his word regarding DLC (see below).
30th Jan '17 10:45:01 AM totoofze47
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** As far as [[Website/DeviantArt deviantART]] is concerned, pairing Zafina with either Miguel or Dragunov is fair game. Though as far as [[Website/DeviantArt deviantART]] is concerned, pretty much '''[[{{Squick}} everything]]''' [[NauseaFuel is]] [[ThisIsWrongOnSoManyLevels fair game]].

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** As far as [[Website/DeviantArt deviantART]] is concerned, pairing Pairing Zafina with either Miguel or Dragunov is also fair game. Though as far as [[Website/DeviantArt deviantART]] is concerned, pretty much '''[[{{Squick}} everything]]''' [[NauseaFuel is]] [[ThisIsWrongOnSoManyLevels fair game]].game in the eyes of some fans.
29th Jan '17 8:39:11 AM CoolTom1337
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*** The January 23rd trailer confirmed two things: that the game had been pushed back to June 2017, and that the game would be getting paid DLC post launch. Some people are angry at Namco for pushing back a game that they feel should have been released in 2016, and aren't taking the DLC plans well, as it shows Harada has blatantly gone back on his word. However, some people feel the delay is reasonable, as following ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'''s lackluster first year, they can see why Namco would want to polish the game as much as possible before getting it out the door, and that the DLC would help to breathe new life into the game in the months following launch. Also, Harada later assured that, as with [=TTT2=], post-launch DLC characters will ''not'' be part of the paid [=DLCs=], but will remain available for free.

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*** The January 23rd trailer confirmed two things: that the game had been pushed back to June 2017, and that the game would be getting paid DLC post launch. Some people are angry at Namco for pushing back a game that they feel should have been released in 2016, and aren't taking the DLC plans well, as it shows Harada has blatantly gone back on his word. However, some people feel the delay is reasonable, as following ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'''s lackluster first year, they can see why Namco would want to polish the game as much as possible before getting it out the door, and that the DLC would help to breathe new life into the game in the months following launch. Also, Harada later assured that, as with [=TTT2=], post-launch DLC characters will ''not'' be part of the paid [=DLCs=], but will remain available for free.free (with the exception of Eliza).
27th Jan '17 9:17:22 AM urielzet
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*** The January 23rd trailer confirmed two things: that the game had been pushed back to June 2017, and that the game would be getting paid DLC post launch. Some people are angry at Namco for pushing back a game that they feel should have been released in 2016, and aren't taking the DLC plans well, as it shows Harada has blatantly gone back on his word. However, some people feel the delay is reasonable, as following ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'''s lackluster first year, they can see why Namco would want to polish the game as much as possible before getting it out the door, and that the DLC would help to breathe new life into the game in the months following launch.

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*** The January 23rd trailer confirmed two things: that the game had been pushed back to June 2017, and that the game would be getting paid DLC post launch. Some people are angry at Namco for pushing back a game that they feel should have been released in 2016, and aren't taking the DLC plans well, as it shows Harada has blatantly gone back on his word. However, some people feel the delay is reasonable, as following ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'''s lackluster first year, they can see why Namco would want to polish the game as much as possible before getting it out the door, and that the DLC would help to breathe new life into the game in the months following launch. Also, Harada later assured that, as with [=TTT2=], post-launch DLC characters will ''not'' be part of the paid [=DLCs=], but will remain available for free.



* NightmareFuel: Alisa. Sure, she's cute, but when you realize that parts of her moveset is her having her head gets ''detached'' (and sometimes ''exploding'') and she's taking it like nothing happened... she might've been a robotic female dullahan ([[TheFairFolk an unseelie faerie]] who carries his detached head around and acts as Death's messenger).
** Losing to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NIah_l51WQ True Ogre]] in ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'' is... [[EatenAlive disturbing]] to say the least. Probably the most disturbing Continue screen in fighting game history. [[GoryDiscretionShot The camera may not show it]] but it is still pretty obvious what he's doing.

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* NightmareFuel: Alisa. Sure, she's cute, but when you realize that parts of her moveset is her having her head gets ''detached'' (and sometimes ''exploding'') and she's taking it like nothing happened... she might've been a robotic female dullahan ([[TheFairFolk an unseelie faerie]] who carries his detached head around and acts as Death's messenger).
messenger). In the CGI movie ''Blood Vengeance'', [[spoiler:she gets ''torn in half'', but remains functional]].
** Losing to [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NIah_l51WQ True Ogre]] in ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2'' is... [[EatenAlive disturbing]] to say the least. Probably the most disturbing Continue screen in fighting game history. [[GoryDiscretionShot The camera may not show it]] but it is still pretty obvious what he's doing. doing, not to mention what you can imagine is actually going on if you listen closely.



** Xiaoyu's ending in [=TTT2=]. To be fair, it's actually quite a heartwarming scene wherein she affirms her friendships with Alisa, Miharu and Panda, and remains optimistic about their future, but the whole thing is still undeniably cheesy as all hell, especially the ending shot.



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Asuka and Lili are starting to look like this, especially the former. Whatever storyline importance they could've and in many ways should've had has been replaced by their rivalry.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodCharacter: Asuka and Lili are starting to look like this, especially the former. Whatever storyline importance they could've and in many ways should've had has been replaced by their rivalry. Made worse in that Asuka is, at least movelist-wise, a replacement of a much more plot-important character, Jun Kazama.
26th Jan '17 9:19:54 AM UltimateLazer
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* SmurfetteBreakout: Nina Williams, the only woman to have appeared in every ''Tekken'' game, received her own spin-off game titled ''Death By Degrees'' based off her assassin background.

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* SmurfetteBreakout: Nina Williams, the only woman to have appeared in every ''Tekken'' game, received her own spin-off game titled ''Death By Degrees'' based off her assassin background. However, she has since lost ground to Lili in terms of being the poster girl for ''Tekken'' (see below).
23rd Jan '17 5:01:51 PM UltimateLazer
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** Eliza returning in ''Tekken 7'' has gotten many people riled up for being ''yet another'' "waifu bait" character as opposed to a more traditional fighter. As the game already featured Lili, Asuka, Xiaoyu, Alisa, Josie, ''and'' Lucky Chloe, there are more than just a few who have accused Harada of deliberately PanderingToTheBase for what some view as the LowestCommonDenominator. The only way to avoid having Eliza in the base game is to ''not'' pre-order has also pissed off those gamers who want to do just that. The fact that she's getting it, while other characters like Armor King, Marduk, Bruce, and Baek have been cut is another point of contention.
23rd Jan '17 9:40:10 AM CoolTom1337
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*** The January 23rd trailer confirmed two things: that the game had been pushed back to June 2017, and that the game would be getting paid DLC post launch. Some people are angry at Namco for pushing back a game that they feel should have been released in 2016, and aren't taking the DLC plans well, as it shows Harada has blatantly gone back on his word. However, some people feel the delay is reasonable, as following ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'''s lackluster first year, they can see why Namco would want to polish the game as much as possible before getting it out the door, and that the DLC would help to breathe new life into the game in the months following launch.
16th Jan '17 10:23:48 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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* StuckInTheirShadow: Nina's status as ''Tekken'''s poster girl seems to have been supplanted by Lili in recent years. Advertisements have put more focus on Lili than Nina, fans have put much more adoration in Lili, and Lili was one of the first characters revealed for ''Tekken 7'', while Nina had to wait until ''Fated Retribution'' until she's included.

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* StuckInTheirShadow: Nina's status as ''Tekken'''s poster girl seems to have been supplanted by Lili in recent years. Advertisements have put more focus on Lili than Nina, fans have put much more adoration in Lili, and Lili was one of the first characters revealed for ''Tekken 7'', while Nina had to wait until ''Fated Retribution'' until she's included. It probably helps that Lili's personality is far more charismatic and charming compared to the sexy but [[IceQueen extremely cold-blooded]] Nina.
25th Dec '16 3:33:26 AM Morgenthaler
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** Bryan. In a bit of a subversion, people have no qualms with the character. It's simply a matter of which ''characterization'' of him you like: the more reserved {{Badass}} that debuted in ''3'' or the raging, power-hungry OneManArmy that emerged in ''5'' (''4'' was a bit of intermediate stage).

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** Bryan. In a bit of a subversion, people have no qualms with the character. It's simply a matter of which ''characterization'' of him you like: the more reserved {{Badass}} badass that debuted in ''3'' or the raging, power-hungry OneManArmy that emerged in ''5'' (''4'' was a bit of intermediate stage).
16th Dec '16 12:48:37 AM thatsnumberwang
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* DesignatedHero: Heihachi was, more or less, the central character in ''Tekken 2'' alongside Jun.

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* DesignatedHero: Heihachi was, more or less, the central character in ''Tekken 2'' alongside Jun. The franchise as a whole runs on this trope, with Kazuya the lead in 1 and BaseBreaker Jin the lead in every game from 3.
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