Tekken: Bloodline is the rise of Jin Kazama before the Events of Tekken 3. There have been previous attempts to animate Tekken, but most of them are one-shot films that are not canon. This trailer shows a not-yet-muscular Jin Kazama being coached to fight by his Mother, Jun Kazama, and she trains him because he is being bullied. Through his intensive training from his mother, he gets to defeat the Bullies, but the skills he learned from his mom are not enough to defend her from Ogre, an Ancient Mayan God.
Tekken 7 removed the Denuvo Anti-tamper on the Steam version of the game back in October. Denuvo Anti-Tamper is protected from piracy so the game and its DLC cannot be pirated. Usually, Games removes it if they will stop having DLC support. Most likely Namco will now focus on their next fighting game project. It could be Tekken 8, Tekken Tag tournament for or Tekken X Street Fighter. It already sold over 7 million units and until now it is still an active part of the esports scene.
Tekken X Street Fighter is not dead!
A crossover that many fans were happy to see were not one but two games combining the worlds of Street Fighter and Tekken. The first of these two games, Street Fighter X Tekken, has already released, but it’s brother, Tekken X Street Fighter, hasn’t come out yet. In fact, no news has been heard about it in a while. However, Tekken boss Katsuhiro Harada revealed to Famitsu that the game is actually pretty far into development.
Namco Bandai producer Katsuhiro Harada has broken his silence on Tekken X Street Fighter to confirm that the crossover beat ‘em up is still in development. (more…)
I’ve been keeping a beady eye on Katsuhiro Harada’s Twitter feed since publishing my opinion piece criticising Tekken Tag Tournament 2’s difficultly. Thus far, I’ve seen no evidence to suggest that Namco Bandai’s esteemed beat ‘em up producer intends to issue a patch quashing my beef towards TTT2’s Arcade mode. But (and that’s a big but), he has announced that a title update is in the pipeline – said to bring with it a few delicious treats.
Before I begin this opinion piece, let me make one thing clear: I love Tekken. Katsuhiro Harada’s beat ‘em up is the reason I bought a Sony PlayStation instead of a Sega Saturn, the reason I took up martial arts, and the reason my teachers rarely received my homework on time. From the moment I performed my first 10-hit combo at the age of ten, I was hooked. Consequently, I’ve purchased every instalment across all three PlayStation generations, become at least competent with every character, and taken part in a variety of official tournaments. In brief, I’m pretty handy.
Get ready to fight the famous King of Iron Fist Tournament in 3D for the first time, with the arrival of TEKKEN 3D PRIME EDITION, in shops now for Nintendo 3DS!(more…)
Namco-Bandai have released another collection of screens for this ambitious 3DS fighter…
Over 40 new character renders have been revealed for Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Namco-Bandai have released a mother load of new screens for the 3DS iteration of Tekken…
Katushiro Harada has discussed the upcoming 3DS and Wii U iterations of Tekken…