History YMMV / Tekken

25th Jun '16 4:09:32 AM Crocadok
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* CommonKnowledge: Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa is often cited as a member of the ''Tekken'' cast, usually as Kazuya. This is a mistake, as Kazuya was voiced by Creator/JojiNakata from the first game to the first ''Tag Tournament'', then Masanori Shinohara from ''4'' and so on. Not to say that Morikawa didn't do a thing, he did... Hwoarang's battle grunts before a Korean voice actor took over.

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* CommonKnowledge: Creator/ToshiyukiMorikawa is often cited as a member of the ''Tekken'' cast, usually as Kazuya. This is a mistake, as Kazuya was voiced by Creator/JojiNakata from the first game to the first ''Tag Tournament'', then Masanori Shinohara from ''4'' and so on. Not to say that Morikawa didn't do a thing, he did... Hwoarang's battle grunts before a Korean voice actor Sang Hyeon Eom took over.
17th Jun '16 9:10:27 PM santos32
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** 7's ''Fated Retribution'' update did this for those who were not impressed with the initial build.
4th Jun '16 10:44:56 PM nombretomado
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** In the Tekken 5 PS2 intro:

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** In the Tekken 5 PS2 [=PS2=] intro:
4th Apr '16 7:33:42 PM SneaselSawashiro
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** Kazuya, Heihachi, Devil Jin (a.k.a. ''Tekken 3'' and ''Tag'' Jin) in general end up on the top tier lists with surprising regularity. Accusations that they are PurposelyOverpowered just because they are the focal characters in the storyline are often levied at the devs. Lars also gets this from being a part of the Mishima bloodline, while being at or near the top of ''6 BR'' and ''Tag 2'' tier lists.
** Jin himself as a result of his fighting style change in ''Tekken 4''. Particularly of note a delayable, unblockable launcher (as in you could let it go immediately to get a normal launch or hold it and hit an unblockable launch once you had your opponent on the defensive or attempting a counterattack) that basically caused him to dominate everyone. The tournament scene was saturated with Jin players as a result.
** ''Tekken Revolution'' has Marshall Law. It would be a rarity to go online and see any other character besides him used more constantly. His Super Arts are easily spammable, very easy to bait people into, and are overall some of the best in the entire game. Now add in customizable stats (including attack power) and you've got possibly the most broken version of Law in the entire franchise.

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** Kazuya, Heihachi, Devil Jin (a.k.a. ''Tekken 3'' and ''Tag'' Jin) in general end up on the top tier lists with surprising regularity. Accusations that they are PurposelyOverpowered just because they are the focal characters in the storyline are often levied at the devs. Lars also gets this from being a part of the Mishima bloodline, while being at or near the top of ''6 BR'' and ''Tag 2'' tier lists.
lists (that is until he got a few notable nerfs in ''7 FR'').
** Jin himself as a result of his fighting style change in ''Tekken 4''. Particularly of note a delayable, unblockable launcher (as in you could let it go immediately to get a normal launch or hold it and hit an unblockable launch once you had your opponent on the defensive or attempting a counterattack) that basically caused him to dominate everyone. The tournament scene was saturated with Jin players as a result.
result. Ever since ''Tekken 5'' however, he's been envisioned as the mid-tier character he was meant to be, thus making him easier to deal with.
** ''Tekken Revolution'' has Marshall Law. It would be a rarity to go online and see any other character besides him used more constantly. His Super Special Arts are easily spammable, very easy to bait people into, and are overall some of the best in the entire game. Now add in customizable stats (including attack power) and you've got possibly the most broken version of Law in the entire franchise.
11th Mar '16 12:20:01 AM GrammarNavi
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** In ''[[Film/TekkenBloodVengeance Blood Vengeance]]'', we have Xiaoyu and Alisa as well. [[spoiler:Xiaoyu, wearing only a ModestyTowel, hugs Alisa and sleeps on Alisa's lap.]]

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** In ''[[Film/TekkenBloodVengeance ''[[Anime/TekkenBloodVengeance Blood Vengeance]]'', we have Xiaoyu and Alisa as well. [[spoiler:Xiaoyu, wearing only a ModestyTowel, hugs Alisa and sleeps on Alisa's lap.]]



** Following the release of ''Film/TekkenBloodVengeance'', there is also a portion of the fanbase that ships [[LesYay Xiaoyu/Alisa]].

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** Following the release of ''Film/TekkenBloodVengeance'', ''Anime/TekkenBloodVengeance'', there is also a portion of the fanbase that ships [[LesYay Xiaoyu/Alisa]].
14th Feb '16 10:57:21 PM troperHearts
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*** And in a more competitive sense, people fear that giving him a Super Bar will elevate him beyond everyone else. Reasons being 1) he can do EX versions of his moves, 2) he can FADC out of his attacks thus increasing combo potential, and 3) he can use another Super in addition to his Shun Goku Satsu Rage Art.
6th Feb '16 9:35:04 AM mlsmithca
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** Kazuya's relationship with Jun Kazama can be seen as a [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments ray of cuteness]], or something a bit more nefarious, depending on the interpretation of his tactics in seducing her.
*** Given Scenario Campaign in ''6'', it would appear that he holds a soft-spot for Jun, or at least views her neutrally, seeing as he describes her as fearless and mysterious.

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** Kazuya's relationship with Jun Kazama can be seen as a [[SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments ray of cuteness]], or something a bit more nefarious, depending on the interpretation of his tactics in seducing her.
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her. Given Scenario Campaign in ''6'', it would appear that he holds a soft-spot soft spot for Jun, or at least views her neutrally, seeing as he describes her as fearless and mysterious.



** What is Lee's exact position on the morality table? He's never been seen to make a formal HeelFaceTurn and his endings show him to be a bit of a jerk, but he is one of the most helpful characters in ''6''[='s=] storyline.
*** Most would peg him as a neutral entity. He's generally decent nowadays (with quite a few PetTheDog moments in both ''6'' and ''Blood Vengeance'') and really only has it in for the Mishimas (adoptive half-brother Lars notwithstanding).

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** What is Lee's exact position on the morality table? He's never been seen to make a formal HeelFaceTurn and his endings show him to be a bit of a jerk, but he is one of the most helpful characters in ''6''[='s=] storyline.
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storyline. Most would peg him as a neutral entity. He's generally decent nowadays (with quite a few PetTheDog moments in both ''6'' and ''Blood Vengeance'') and really only has it in for the Mishimas (adoptive half-brother Lars notwithstanding).



** Speaking of the Mishima clan... Jin seems cold and callous even by antihero standards. He doesn't show a drop of sympathy for Jinpachi, nor a shred of remorse for killing him, [[NotSoDifferent despite how similar their situations were]], and knowing full well that this man, who he was named after, [[WhiteSheep is the only good Mishima in the family]]. Likewise, he shows no great deal of remorse for the world war he started.(albeit one that was necessary to destroy Azazel, and thus, the Devil Gene [[spoiler:even though the latter attempt ended up failing.]] Not even when confronted with the grieving brother of one his ''numerous'' victims or forcing Lars to kill a girl he clearly cared for does he show a drop of remorse, and even mocks both of them. One wonders if he cares about anything but getting rid of his curse, with the exception of [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas his mother, Jun]], and [[MoralityPet Xiaoyu]].
*** Some people suspected the Devil Gene was taking him over at that point, but it doesn't seem to be the case.

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** Speaking of the Mishima clan... Jin seems cold and callous even by antihero standards. He doesn't show a drop of sympathy for Jinpachi, nor a shred of remorse for killing him, [[NotSoDifferent despite how similar their situations were]], and knowing full well that this man, who he was named after, [[WhiteSheep is the only good Mishima in the family]]. Likewise, he shows no great deal of remorse for the world war he started.(albeit one that was necessary to destroy Azazel, and thus, the Devil Gene [[spoiler:even though the latter attempt ended up failing.]] Not even when confronted with the grieving brother of one his ''numerous'' victims or forcing Lars to kill a girl he clearly cared for does he show a drop of remorse, and even mocks both of them. One wonders if he cares about anything but getting rid of his curse, with the exception of [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas his mother, Jun]], and [[MoralityPet Xiaoyu]].
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Xiaoyu]]. Some people suspected the Devil Gene was taking him over at that point, but it doesn't seem to be the case.



** Bound/Bounce, introduced in the sixth game. Some think that it adds a whole new layer of depth to how combos are constructed, while others say that it drags out the length of the already long juggles even further AND results in greater amounts of damage.
*** The revamped Tag features in ''Tag 2'' are an [[InvertedTrope inversion]]: to some, it makes performing combos an even more complex (as if it were possible) and more visually appealing affair, while others find that certain combinations are just unfair in terms of damage and certain powerful combinations.

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** Bound/Bounce, introduced in the sixth game. Some think that it adds a whole new layer of depth to how combos are constructed, while others say that it drags out the length of the already long juggles even further AND results in greater amounts of damage. \n*** The revamped Tag features in ''Tag 2'' are an [[InvertedTrope inversion]]: to some, it makes performing combos an even more complex (as if it were possible) and more visually appealing affair, while others find that certain combinations are just unfair in terms of damage and certain powerful combinations.



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**** [[LimitBreaks Rage Arts]] are either a neat inclusion, or are out of place in the series. Not helping their case is the fact that they are simply a character's several moves put together in a cinematic sequence.
**** The {{Nerf}} to backdashing and sidestepping, two of ''Tekken'''s biggest gameplay components. It's either received well for giving newcomers less to worry about when learning the game, or hated for the exact same reason.

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*** For the specifics:
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[[LimitBreaks Rage Arts]] are either a neat inclusion, or are out of place in the series. Not helping their case is the fact that they are simply a character's several moves put together in a cinematic sequence.
**** *** The {{Nerf}} to backdashing and sidestepping, two of ''Tekken'''s biggest gameplay components. It's either received well for giving newcomers less to worry about when learning the game, or hated for the exact same reason.



** As far as [[Website/DeviantArt deviantART]] is concerned, pairing Zafina with either Miguel or Dragunov is fair game.
*** 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 Zafina with either Miguel or Dragunov is fair game.
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game. Though as far as [[Website/DeviantArt deviantART]] is concerned, pretty much '''[[{{Squick}} everything]]''' [[NauseaFuel is]] [[ThisIsWrongOnSoManyLevels fair game]].



** Based on what we've seen of Angel in ''T2'', ''Tag'', and ''Tag 2'', she is likely not just a mask for Devil. Fans interpret Angel's ''T2'' profile in a way that defies her ending movies. While those endings are not in main continuity (but ARE canon), they still reflect the character herself (Paul's endings wouldn't show him as a famous mathematician or a professional equestrian, why would Angel's be so contrary to her identity as Devil's mask if that were true?).
*** Additionally, there's been misinterpretation of Angel's battle with Devil over Kazuya's soul. As stated by Harada himself, Angel is actually not a part of Kazuya's soul (specifically, the little remaining good); she's simply a supernatural entity vying with Devil over Kazuya's fate.

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** Based on what we've seen of Angel in ''T2'', ''Tag'', and ''Tag 2'', she is likely not just a mask for Devil. Fans interpret Angel's ''T2'' profile in a way that defies her ending movies. While those endings are not in main continuity (but ARE canon), they still reflect the character herself (Paul's endings wouldn't show him as a famous mathematician or a professional equestrian, why would Angel's be so contrary to her identity as Devil's mask if that were true?).
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true?). Additionally, there's been misinterpretation of Angel's battle with Devil over Kazuya's soul. As stated by Harada himself, Angel is actually not a part of Kazuya's soul (specifically, the little remaining good); she's simply a supernatural entity vying with Devil over Kazuya's fate.



** Yoshimitsu's sword, according to ''6'', is possessed by a spirit that craves the blood of evildoers. His sworn enemy is Bryan -- a ''cyborg''. As shown in the former's ''[=TTT2=]'' ending, Bryan doesn't bleed when cut through by Yoshi -- he explodes instead. In other words, even if Yoshimitsu were to defeat Bryan, his sword's bloodlust will not be satisfied and will still attempt to eventually possess him. No wonder Yoshimitsu is very, very pissed off at Bryan.
*** That said, Fumaken (the second sword he picked up in ''6'' to seal away the cursed properties of the Yoshimitsu blade) is supposed to mitigate all of that. Yoshimitsu's loathing for Bryan is simply due to [[UngratefulBastard what Bryan did to Doctor Bosconovitch and his fellow Manji ninjas prior to the fifth tournament]]. Anyone would take offense to that, and while Yoshimitsu is eccentric, [[GoodIsNotSoft he already doesn't take kindly to villains to begin with]].

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** Yoshimitsu's sword, according to ''6'', is possessed by a spirit that craves the blood of evildoers. His sworn enemy is Bryan -- a ''cyborg''. As shown in the former's ''[=TTT2=]'' ending, Bryan doesn't bleed when cut through by Yoshi -- he explodes instead. In other words, even if Yoshimitsu were to defeat Bryan, his sword's bloodlust will not be satisfied and will still attempt to eventually possess him. No wonder Yoshimitsu is very, very pissed off at Bryan.
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Bryan. That said, Fumaken (the second sword he picked up in ''6'' to seal away the cursed properties of the Yoshimitsu blade) is supposed to mitigate all of that. Yoshimitsu's loathing for Bryan is simply due to [[UngratefulBastard what Bryan did to Doctor Bosconovitch and his fellow Manji ninjas prior to the fifth tournament]]. Anyone would take offense to that, and while Yoshimitsu is eccentric, [[GoodIsNotSoft he already doesn't take kindly to villains to begin with]].



** Similarly, Roger and Alex's wind-up punch. Had a charging time, but it was fast enough to murder a knocked-down player. Was nerfed with Roger Jr., where it needed a complex analog roll. And now the inputs have been simplified again for ''[=TTT2=]'', but the damage itself was nerfed, as with most other unblockables.
*** [[RuleOfThree Same goes for the Jacks and their]] {{Megaton|Punch}}/Gigaton Punch.

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** Similarly, Roger and Alex's wind-up punch. Had a charging time, but it was fast enough to murder a knocked-down player. Was nerfed with Roger Jr., where it needed a complex analog roll. And now the inputs have been simplified again for ''[=TTT2=]'', but the damage itself was nerfed, as with most other unblockables.
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unblockables. [[RuleOfThree Same goes for the Jacks and their]] {{Megaton|Punch}}/Gigaton Punch.



** Steve Fox in the original [=PS2=] version of ''5'' had an absurdly high priority on his jabstrings. And if that wasn't enough, he is the only character to have a legit infinite in any ''Tekken'' ever, making him the true Game Breaker.
*** In fact, he was considered a main reason for the ''Dark Resurrection'' update to ''5''.

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** Steve Fox in the original [=PS2=] version of ''5'' had an absurdly high priority on his jabstrings. And if that wasn't enough, he is the only character to have a legit infinite in any ''Tekken'' ever, making him the true Game Breaker.
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Breaker. In fact, he was considered a main reason for the ''Dark Resurrection'' update to ''5''.



* HarsherInHindsight: Hearing Raven say "Heihachi Mishima is dead" is sad since Creator/DaisukeGori (who voiced Heihachi at the time Raven said that quote) is dead now.

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* HarsherInHindsight: HarsherInHindsight:
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Hearing Raven say "Heihachi Mishima is dead" is sad since Creator/DaisukeGori (who voiced Heihachi at the time Raven said that quote) is dead now.



* MagnumOpus: ''Tekken 3'', the {{PlayStation}} version in particular, is the most critically acclaimed game in the series, being the [[http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/score/metascore/all top second]] PS1 title in Metacritic's greatest games of all time list. The fifth game isn't lagging too far behind, reviving interest in the franchise after the fourth game caused fans to turn away from it (see [[WinBackTheCrowd Win Back the Crowd]] below for more details). [[WordOfGod Harada himself]] considers ''Tag 2'' [[http://www.3news.co.nz/entertainment/katsuhiro-harada-tekken-tag-tournament-2-a-masterpiece-2012091217#axzz3QiIC5Cvf the pinnacle]] of the series.
* MemeticMolester: Feng's ''Tag 2'' ending is quickly giving him a... reputation. Poor Asuka...
** Also, the ''Tag 2'' version of Unknown because of what she does to you in the Game Over screen in arcade mode.
* MemeticMutation: "Black Winter Night Sky" (the opening theme of ''Tekken 2'') seems to have become a minor one, It's being used for everything from ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZWZKBnZVQg&NR=1 Sailor Moon]]'' to ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKITLzaZzCs Dead Space.]]''

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* MagnumOpus: ''Tekken 3'', the {{PlayStation}} version in particular, is the most critically acclaimed game in the series, being the [[http://www.metacritic.com/browse/games/score/metascore/all top second]] PS1 title in Metacritic's greatest games of all time list. The fifth game isn't lagging too far behind, reviving interest in the franchise after the fourth game caused fans to turn away from it (see [[WinBackTheCrowd Win Back the Crowd]] below for more details). [[WordOfGod Harada himself]] considers ''Tag 2'' [[http://www.3news.co.nz/entertainment/katsuhiro-harada-tekken-tag-tournament-2-a-masterpiece-2012091217#axzz3QiIC5Cvf the pinnacle]] of the series.
* MemeticMolester:
MemeticMolester:
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Feng's ''Tag 2'' ending is quickly giving him a... reputation. Poor Asuka...
** Also, the The ''Tag 2'' version of Unknown because of what she does to you in the Game Over screen in arcade mode.
* MemeticMutation: MemeticMutation:
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"Black Winter Night Sky" (the opening theme of ''Tekken 2'') seems to have become a minor one, It's being used for everything from ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DZWZKBnZVQg&NR=1 com/watch?v=DZWZKBnZVQg Sailor Moon]]'' to ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKITLzaZzCs Dead Space.]]''



* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: From the 2010 film, a news report mentions that Marshall Law qualified for the Iron Fist Open Call by beating Paul Phoenix. [[CurbStompBattle In 28 seconds]].

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* OffscreenMomentOfAwesome: OffscreenMomentOfAwesome:
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From the 2010 film, a news report mentions that Marshall Law qualified for the Iron Fist Open Call by beating Paul Phoenix. [[CurbStompBattle In 28 seconds]].



** Asuka for Jun.
*** These two cases do seem [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap to have started reversing as of]] ''[=TTT2=]'' as Jun finally returned (''alongside'' Asuka and complete with a side dish of DivergentCharacterEvolution, not unlike how ''Soulcalibur II'' handled Sophitia and Cassandra) and Combot no longer possesses the mimic gimmick that started with Mokujin, but is instead able to be customized to the player's preference [[AllYourPowersCombined with a comprehensive pool of moves taken from most of the collective cast]].

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** Asuka for Jun. \n*** These two cases do seem [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap to have started reversing as of]] ''[=TTT2=]'' as Jun finally returned (''alongside'' Asuka and complete with a side dish of DivergentCharacterEvolution, not unlike how ''Soulcalibur II'' handled Sophitia and Cassandra) and Combot no longer possesses the mimic gimmick that started with Mokujin, but is instead able to be customized to the player's preference [[AllYourPowersCombined with a comprehensive pool of moves taken from most of the collective cast]].



* RoboShip: Lars/Alisa. Guess who's the robo... It doesn't help that Lars gets pretty emotional about Alisa towards the end of Scenario Campaign.

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* RoboShip: RoboShip:
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Lars/Alisa. Guess who's the robo... It doesn't help that Lars gets pretty emotional about Alisa towards the end of Scenario Campaign.



* SerialNumbersFiledOff: An early 3D fighting game with a focus on more realistic martial arts starring a stoic spikey-haired young Japanese martial artist, a determined Chinese ActionGirl with [[BraidsOfAction braids]], a [[BoisterousBruiser boisterous]] blonde American with a [[AnimeHair ridiculous hairstyle]], a cocky blonde KickChick, a masked ninja from a HiddenElfVillage, an animal-themed professional wrestler, a Chinese ChefOfIron Kung-Fu master and a [[TheBigGuy huge]] loudmouth brute. Are we talking about ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter'' (1993) or the original ''Tekken'' (1994) here? It's worth noting that both games had the same lead designer: Seiichi Ishii. For reference, the characters being described above fit either: Akira or Kazuya, Pai or Michelle, Jacky or Paul, Sarah or Nina, Kage-Maru or Yoshimitsu, Wolf or King, Lau or Law, Jeffry or Jack.
** Basic descriptions aside, these characters are still quite different from each other when it comes to either personality, morality, appearance or fighting style. The most similar characters are Nina and Sarah.
* [[HesJustHiding She's Just Hiding]]: There is a surprisingly large contingent of fans waiting for the reappearance of Kunimitsu from ''Tekken 2'', even despite the fact that her original moves and later costume have been subsumed into Yoshimitsu's repertoire. According to ''Tag 2'', she was merely excommunicated from the Manji Clan and scurried off to whereabouts unknown thereafter.

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* SerialNumbersFiledOff: An early 3D fighting game with a focus on more realistic martial arts starring a stoic spikey-haired young Japanese martial artist, a determined Chinese ActionGirl with [[BraidsOfAction braids]], a [[BoisterousBruiser boisterous]] blonde American with a [[AnimeHair ridiculous hairstyle]], a cocky blonde KickChick, a masked ninja from a HiddenElfVillage, an animal-themed professional wrestler, a Chinese ChefOfIron Kung-Fu master and a [[TheBigGuy huge]] loudmouth brute. Are we talking about ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter'' (1993) or the original ''Tekken'' (1994) here? It's worth noting that both games had the same lead designer: Seiichi Ishii. For reference, the characters being described above fit either: Akira or Kazuya, Pai or Michelle, Jacky or Paul, Sarah or Nina, Kage-Maru or Yoshimitsu, Wolf or King, Lau or Law, Jeffry or Jack.
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Jack. Basic descriptions aside, these characters are still quite different from each other when it comes to either personality, morality, appearance or fighting style. The most similar characters are Nina and Sarah.
* [[HesJustHiding She's Just Hiding]]: Hiding]]:
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There is a surprisingly large contingent of fans waiting for the reappearance of Kunimitsu from ''Tekken 2'', even despite the fact that her original moves and later costume have been subsumed into Yoshimitsu's repertoire. According to ''Tag 2'', she was merely excommunicated from the Manji Clan and scurried off to whereabouts unknown thereafter.



* TastesLikeDiabetes: Seems to be the main source of the pushback against Lucky Chloe in ''7''.
** Also, Lili's bedroom stage in ''Dark Resurrection'' is this. [[PinkMeansFeminine It's colored entirely pink]] and adorned by white pillars. With balloons and teddies. And a very cheerful music.

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* TastesLikeDiabetes: TastesLikeDiabetes:
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Seems to be the main source of the pushback against Lucky Chloe in ''7''.
** Also, Lili's bedroom stage in ''Dark Resurrection'' is this. [[PinkMeansFeminine It's colored entirely pink]] and adorned by white pillars. With balloons and teddies. And a very cheerful music.



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** Dr. Bosconovitch. This guy seems to ''never'' have a good ending, or not least, [[YankTheDogsChain not for long]]. He's kidnapped by Kazuya, his daughter dies ([[spoiler:but appears to have be reanimated to some degree in the form of Alisa]]) and he's afflicted by a mysterious disease (thus requiring Ogre's blood), and [[UngratefulBastard Bryan]] severely injures him after Yoshimitsu ''saves Bryan's life'' and Dr. B. offers to ''repair Bryan''.
*** This even extends to his cameo in ''TTT'', where you can actually ''[[ComedicSociopathy K.O. him with the bowling ball]]''.

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** Dr. Bosconovitch. This guy seems to ''never'' have a good ending, or not least, [[YankTheDogsChain not for long]]. He's kidnapped by Kazuya, his daughter dies ([[spoiler:but appears to have be reanimated to some degree in the form of Alisa]]) and he's afflicted by a mysterious disease (thus requiring Ogre's blood), and [[UngratefulBastard Bryan]] severely injures him after Yoshimitsu ''saves Bryan's life'' and Dr. B. offers to ''repair Bryan''. \n*** This even extends to his cameo in ''TTT'', where you can actually ''[[ComedicSociopathy K.O. him with the bowling ball]]''.
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* King. Aside from invoking the ProfessionalWrestling RuleOfCool deal, the fact that he got major crossover appearances through ''NamcoXCapcom'' and ''StreetFighterXTekken'' (being one of the first 5 Tekken characters announced).

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* ** King. Aside from invoking the ProfessionalWrestling RuleOfCool deal, the fact that he got major crossover appearances through ''NamcoXCapcom'' and ''StreetFighterXTekken'' (being one of the first 5 Tekken characters announced).
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* King. Aside from invoking the ProfessionalWrestling RuleOfCool deal, the fact that he got major crossover appearances through ''NamcoXCapcom'' and ''StreetFighterXTekken'' (being one of the first 5 Tekken characters announced).
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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 is still MIA as it currently stands.

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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 is still MIA as it currently stands.had to wait until ''Fated Retribution'' until she's included.
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