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Posted on 12/18 06:34 in Reviews | 0

With Tekken Tag Tournament 2 months away from release, the one and only Katsuhiro Harada (Director of the Tekken series) paid a visit to the Aussie Namco Bandai office.We gained the chance to have a chat with Harada to get the low down on all things Tag 2, working with the Wii U and why you shouldn’t skip on the latest iteration on a fan series favourite.

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Kuma And Panda Are Coming To The Home Version Of 'Tekken 7'

Posted on 12/10 18:31 in Deals | 0

Both Kuma and Panda, some of the more interesting long standing characters in the Tekken series, will be coming to the home release of Tekken 7 when it is released next year.While it appeared in Tekken 2 shortly thereafter, the version in the games since Tekken 3 is now known as Kuma II, as he is the son of the original Kuma.

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Eddy Gordo Shows Off His Moves In 'Tekken 7'

Posted on 03/03 18:45 in Deals | 0

It seems that Eddy Gordo is coming back for the home release of Tekken 7 when the game is finally released this summer.Admittedly, this was only true for newer players but Eddy definitely helped to show off the extended combo setup in the game.

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The 'Tekken' Series Gets A Handy Retro Recap

Posted on 05/16 18:00 in Deals | 0

With the release of Tekken 7 on PS4 at the start of June, Bandai Namco has decided to go back and explain the backstory behind the series in nostalgic 8bit fashion.The first part of this retro recap (shown below) covers Tekken, Tekken 2 and Tekken 3, explaining the ongoing core conflict between Heihachi Mishima and his estranged son Kazuya.

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'Tekken 7' Gets Some Handy New Instructional Game System Videos

Posted on 05/24 18:15 in Deals | 0

With Tekken 7 released in a few weeks, Bandai Namco is trying to help newer players get to grips with the latest game in this long running fighting game series with some new instructional videos.The issue here is that Tekken 7 has been playable in Japanese arcades since March 2015.

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