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What happens when a video game producer gets angry enough with the adaptation of his video game?

He makes the adaptation itself, of course.

'''''Tekken: Blood Vengeance''''' is a CGI film based on the FightingGame series ''{{Tekken}}''. It is produced by Digital Frontier and written by Dai Sato (''Anime/CowboyBebop''). The film was directed by Youichi Mouri, the same person who directed the ''Tekken 5'' and ''Tekken 6: Blood Rebellion'' opening cinematics. The soundtrack is composed by Creator/{{Basiscape}}. Unlike the somewhat decent live-action movie that came out in 2010, this one was more directly supervised by Namco themselves.

The plot follows [[CuteBruiser Ling Xiaoyu]] as she is tasked by the G Corporation to infiltrate an international school in Kyoto to gather information on a mysterious student named [[CanonForeigner Shin Kamiya]]. Not so long after that she makes friends with [[RobotGirl Alisa Bosconovitch]] while Shin gets kidnapped by an unknown assailant. Now it's up to Xiaoyu and Alisa to find Shin and solve the mystery behind him.

The film was released on a special ''Tekken Hybrid'' Blu-ray Disc in November 2011. The Blu-ray also includes an HD remake of the original ''Tekken Tag Tournament'' which can be run on [=PlayStation 3=] along with a special demo version of ''Tekken Tag Tournament 2''. Nintendo3DS owners also got to join in the fun, as Namco included ''Blood Vengeance'' in the same package as ''Tekken 3D'' as part of the ''Tekken 3D: Prime Edition'' bundle.

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!!This series provides example of:
* ThreeDMovie
* AbsoluteCleavage: Nina Williams' catsuit, unsurprisingly.
* ActionGirl: Every single one of the female characters.
* AntiVillain: [[spoiler:Kazuya Mishima (Type I), which is pretty ironic since in games, he'd be the villain while Heihachi is more the occasional AntiVillain. Perhaps because in the movie, at least, his concern was beating the crap out of Jin rather than the tortures committed to Shin (and he's at least shown not to be a BadBoss to Anna). Doesn't quite excuse him for some KickTheDog moments, though (poor Alisa).]]
** [[spoiler:Moreso with Jin (Type III), if his parting words to Xiaoyu are any indicator. Xiaoyu herself falls under Type IV during her stint as a VillainProtagonist in the first half.]]
* ArtisticLicenseMartialArts: Of course, the video game it's based on already revolves around this trope.
* BadassAdorable: Xiaoyu, Alisa, and Panda.
* BadassGrandpa: Heihachi. The guy is in his 70s, yet he can hold his own against Kazuya ''and'' Jin.
* BatmanGambit: [[spoiler:Shin deliberately let himself get captured so he can lure the one who mutated him, Heihachi, out of hiding.]]
* BigDamnHeroes: Panda always seems to conveniently step in just as Xiaoyu is in mortal danger.
* BigFancyHouse: Lee's mansion.
* BigScrewedUpFamily: The Mishima Clan, full stop. [[DistaffCounterpart Nina and Anna Williams]] are a close second.
* BigNo[=/=]SayMyName: Xiaoyu after [[spoiler:Shin is killed]].
* CallBack: In the ending, [[spoiler:Xiaoyu reveals to Alisa that she wants to make the world into one big amusement park so everyone can smile and be happy. This was her original goal for entering The King of Iron Fist Tournament in the first place, as seen in ''Tekken 3''.]]
* CallingYourAttacks: Skyrocket Super Punch!
* TheCameo: Various other ''Tekken'' characters (Bob, Bruce, Lili, King, and Raven among others) were seen in a list of possible spies for the G Corporation before Anna settles in on Xiaoyu. Makes sense, as it wouldn't be the best idea to send a MaskedLuchador to capture a [[spoiler:supposedly-immortal]] high-school student.
** Lei Wulong also sent an phone message to Nina at one point.
* ChainsawGood: Alisa, who else?
* CantCatchUp: Xiaoyu and possibly the rest of the characters against the Mishima family. [[spoiler:They can fly and shoot {{Wave Motion Gun}}s [[EyeBeams from their eyes]]. Even Heihachi, who has no superpower, has an [[EleventhHourSuperpower Eleventh Hour]] OneWingedAngel mode here.]]
* CarFu: [[spoiler: Anna]] attempts to ambush [[spoiler:Nina]] by running [[spoiler:her]] over with a truck!
* CatchPhrase: Lee's "Excellent!", of course.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower[=/=]BeautyIsNeverTarnished: Xiaoyu's skill at martial arts allows her to be kicked through a concrete wall, fall three stories, and have a robot's head explode in her hands, all without a bruise.
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: Alisa.
* CombiningMecha: [[spoiler: [[FanNickname Mokujin Megazord]] sequence, initiate! Heihachi's way of keeping up with Kazuya and Jin's devil forms is to call on the spirits of the Mokujin, combining all of them into a giant demon-looking version of himself.]]
* ContinuitySnarl: Despite taking place between ''5'' and ''6'', several events seem to disregard pre-existing canon.
* CoolTeacher: Lee Chaolan, without a doubt. For starters, how many teachers let you spend the night in their BigFancyHouse?
* CoversAlwaysLie: Although the scene on the cover does happen in the movie, Alisa[[spoiler:'s lower body [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe is not intact]] by that moment.]]
* DarkActionGirl: Anna.
* {{Decoy Protagonist}}s: Xiaoyu and Alisa.
* DespairEventHorizon: [[spoiler:Xiaoyu nearly crossed it after witnessing the Mishima family feud, swearing off that humanity is better off disappearing if all they do is fight [[note]]of course, basing all of humanity off of a BigScrewedUpFamily isn't exactly the brightest idea[[/note]]. Luckily for her, Alisa managed to set her straight, as well as Jin's final words that maybe humanity has a hope if they're the one to fix themselves]].
* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Alisa, twice, both in the very same scene. [[KilledOffForReal Shin wasn't as lucky...]]]]
* DoomedByCanon: No one from the game is dead per se. But since we know that most characters will survive in ''Tekken 6'', it might be jarring by how much GenreBlindness Jin (and Xiaoyu to some extent) has.
* DyingAsYourself: [[spoiler:Shin]].
* EnhanceButton: Alisa has one built in and can determine any hidden contents of a photo just by looking at it.
* EvilSoundsDeep: The Mishimas, who else? Especially Jin Kazama, and he's not as evil as Dad and Grandpa.
* {{Fanservice}}: Including...
** ModestyTowel: Courtesy of Xiaoyu.
** ShesGotLegs: The film clearly loves to focus on the ladies' legs.
** ShowerScene: Courtesy of Xiaoyu and Shin.
* {{Foreshadowing}}: [[spoiler:[[FreezeFrameBonus Lee's blackboard drawings]] foreshadow the final battle]].
** [[spoiler:Also, the mentions of the [[ChekhovsGun Mokujin exhibit]] throughout the movie.]]
** While at Lee's mansion, Alisa decides to mimic an attack from a TV show which involves shooting her arms like missiles. [[spoiler:She ends up using said attack for real against Heihachi in the final battle]].
* GenreBlindness: Jin, did you really think that [[spoiler:Heihachi and Kazuya would die just by falling from a very high place?]]
* GoodWingsEvilWings: Though "good" is a relative thing, [[spoiler:Jin's perfected Devil form has wings that are more feathery than Devil Kazuya's batlike ones]].
* [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe Half The Woman She Used To Be]]: [[spoiler:Alisa, courtesy of Kazuya]].
* HeelFaceTurn: Unwilling VillainProtagonist Xiaoyu is gangpressed into the service of G Corp by Anna and is only in it because she likes her target, Shin. Then, when Alisa, who's supposed to be her enemy, goes out of her way to save her life, the two decide to investigate on their own why their superiors are targeting Shin.
* HeroAntagonist: [[spoiler:Alisa]] is revealed to be this after Shin gets kidnapped. She later drops the "antagonist" part and sides with Xiaoyu so they can start their own investigation of what their superiors want with Shin.
* {{Irony}}: For all the complaining Namco did about the 2010 movie, this movie didn't seem to do any better.
* JustAMachine: [[spoiler:Anna and Kazuya's opinion of Alisa. Xiaoyu does not take this well]].
* KickTheDog: [[spoiler:After Jin orders Alisa into standby mode, Kazuya, in Devil form, responds to his coaching her in such a manner by taking the opportunity to ''stomp her in half'']].
* KungFuSonicBoom: When Heihachi, Kazuya, and Jin slam their fists together, it creates a big-ass shockwave that both wipes out the top of the castle and blows Xiaoyu clean out the window.
* KungShui: Better hope that castle's insured. Three generations of Mishimas together for a [[MeleeATrois family reunion]] will not end well.
* {{Masquerade}}: A variation: Ganryu expels Xiaoyu from Mishima Polytechnic and transfers her to KIS. When Anna reveals herself and assigns Xiaoyu her mission immediately afterwards, it becomes clear that the whole "expulsion for property damage, bad grades, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking a really crappy attitude]]" thing was just a cover for Xiaoyu's new assignment.
* MeleeATrois: The three-way battle between Kazuya, Heihachi, and Jin.
* TheMole: Xiaoyu and [[spoiler:Alisa]], both for [[EvilVsEvil opposing evil corporations]]. [[ReverseMole They soon go on their own together to find out what their superiors are really up to.]]
* NeutralFemale: Xiaoyu turns into one at the end.
* NotSoDifferent: Alisa has a moment of this about Shin, when she and Xiaoyu find out that he also has a sort of unusual body.
* OhCrap: Xiaoyu, during her fight with Alisa, once she finds out that her opponent is a robot.
** Shin, when Heihachi shrugs off his punch and proceeds to murder him.
* OneWingedAngel: Naturally, Jin and Kazuya's devil forms; both of whom have been redesigned to represent their true power (also noteworthy for being the first appearance of Jin in control of his devil form). [[spoiler:Heihachi also has one, using the power of the Mokujin spirits under the Kyoto castle to transform himself into a giant demon-looking version of himself. [[ClippedWingAngel He is however held back by said spirits, who are impressed by the bonds between humans (read: Alisa and Xiaoyu), and is defeated by Devil Jin and a wounded Alisa]]]].
* [[OnlyInItForTheMoney Only In It For The Guy]]: The only reason why Xiaoyu (unwillingly) serves as a VillainProtagonist for the first half is because the target Anna set her up to capture is a hottie.
* PetTheDog: Lee offering shelter to Xiaoyu, Alisa and Panda. Later, he just brushes off the severe property damage Nina and Anna inflicted on his mansion while fighting. He and Anna even have a friendly conversation in the aftermath.
* PinballProtagonist: Both Xiaoyu and Alisa have little to no impact to the story, and whatever impact they had [[spoiler:was all a RedHerring to set up a three-way brawl]].
* [[PunchPunchPunchUhOh Punch! Uh Oh...:]] Shin attempts to lay Heihachi out with a powered-up punch to the gut. Heihachi is not amused.
* {{Qipao}}: Worn by Xiaoyu at one point, along with ModestyShorts. Also worn by Anna.
* ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated: Heihachi is not quite dead. He is most definitely hard to kill.
-->'''Heihachi:''' It feels good to be back. Hiding in the shadows after faking your own death is a bore. In fact, it's downright tedious.\\
'''Kazuya:''' I thought I've thrown you into the depths of Hell.\\
'''Heihachi:''' Ha! If you thought that was enough to kill me, you are gravely mistaken.
* [[DrivesLikeCrazy Rides Like Crazy]]: How we are introduced to Ling Xiayou and Panda in the movie.
* RocketPunch: Courtesy of Alisa.
* RomanticTwoGirlFriendship: Xiaoyu and Alisa, of course.
* RuleOfCool: Quite possibly sets the bar for future RuleOfCool entries. All sorts of insanity from start to finish, though it goes UpToEleven when the three Mishimas start going at it (Heihachi actually pulls off a ''juggle combo'' during the battle)... and then it gets [[SerialEscalation even crazier]] once Kazuya and Jin start tapping into the Devil Gene's power.
* ShoutOut: Contains several to various action movies.
** To ''Film/TheMatrix'': The first scene is set on a highway with high walls like the car chase scene of ''Film/TheMatrixReloaded'', the first character we see is a woman dressed like Trinity, who rides a motorbike like she did in said scene, and who jumps off the motorbike like Trinity did in the first scene of ''The Matrix Reloaded''.
** To ''Film/TotalRecall1990'': Xiaoyu kicks [[spoiler:Alisa]] in the head after discovering [[spoiler:her]] to be a robot. [[spoiler:Alisa]]'s head lands in Xiaoyu's hands, says something and then it explodes.
** To ''Film/{{Transformers}}'': The truck we see in the first scene looks like and has the same paint job as Optimus Prime.
** A guy named [[Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar Shin tries to kill himself by throwing himself from a great height.]] The difference being the other Shin's suicide attempt succeeded.
* SpotlightStealingSquad: For nearly much of the movie, the story follows Xiaoyu and Alisa as they try to keep tabs on Shin with occasional run ins with Lee and the Williams sisters. [[spoiler: Then for the last final act, Heihachi, Kazuya and Jin, who have barely even been in the movie take over by that point for the climax]].
* SpyCatsuit: Nina's costume of choice.
* StalkerWithACrush: Alisa, though she might have lied about that to cover the fact that she was [[spoiler:gathering intel as well]].
* TookALevelInJerkass: Anna. She's always been a bitch, but this time around, it's like Nina is nicer than her.
* VillainProtagonist: Xiaoyu at first, though not by her own volition (she never was with [[spoiler: Anna]] from the start).
** UnwittingPawn: Anna manipulated her.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler: Shin.]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:Anna, who is more extremist than well-intentioned. Her sister Nina is more well-intentioned than extremist and definitely more heroic than her sister, who orders her men to kill Xiaoyu and Alisa ''in their sleep'' only to discover that Nina had indirectly helped them flee. And let's not go into the Mishima family's problem with the patriarch.]]
* WrestlerInAllOfUs: Holy hell, Heihachi. [[CoupDeGrace Torture Rack on Shin.]] And he adds a German Suplex to his repertoire when he uses it on Jin as well as bringing back his old Power Bomb throw.
* ZettaiRyouiki:
** Alisa, since she's wearing her ''Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion'' outfit.
** Xiaoyu.

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