Two new characters have been revealed for Tekken 7: Bob and Master Raven. Bob debuted in Tekken 6, while new character Master Raven is master of Raven, who debuted in Tekken 5.
Kuma is a veteran fighter in the King of the Iron Fist Tournament. For six official tournaments, two non-canon tag tournaments, and one crossover tournament, he’s been an aggressive force. But now, it seems that Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada is hesitant to let the bear compete in Tekken 7.
Street Fighter X Tekken came out in 2012. But Tekken X Street Fighter, which was announced at the same time, is still M.I.A. In a recent interview, Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada tells GameSpot that the game has been iced for the time being.
Pokémon are usually cute creatures. That’s part of the appeal. But the upcoming Pokémon fighting game is not about that life.
Today, leaked photos of Tekken 7: Fated Retribution, the upcoming arcade update, circulated online in South Korea as well as online in the West.
While it doesn’t feel like Tekken X Street Fighter is coming any time soon, fighting fans will be getting a little Akuma-flavored taste of those two worlds colliding again in Tekken 7’s upcoming “Fated Retribution” arcade update.
Tekken 7, previously announced for arcades in Japan, is coming to PS4, the folks at Bandai Namco said today during the PlayStation conference in Paris. No word on a release date yet, but there is a new trailer!
While Pokken may be a portmanteau word of “Pokémon” and “Tekken,” the actual game Pokkén Tournament is anything but a mixture of the two.
Attending the annual fighting tournament as part of a graduation trip for son Thomas, actress Jamie Lee Curtis donned the claws and mask of Street Fighter’s Vega to remain incognito in the crowd.
In Summer Lesson, there’s studying, singing, and head shaking. Lots of head shaking.
Kazuya’s mom has got it going on, and by “it” I mean summoning tigers to beat up her husband. This is pretty much marriage in a nutshell.
It shouldn’t really be a surprise that Yoshimitsu is in Tekken 7. What is a surprise is how he looks.
This is Josie Rizal. The recently revealed character is Tekken's first Filipino character. For some, she's not Filipino enough—or rather, Filipino at all.
Anna Nilsson, from Swedish site Svampriket, has some ideas on what some of the "sexier" female fighting game characters should look like. Mostly, this involves putting some damn pants on.
Who knew that Mass Effect would work so well as a fighting game?
Continuing its tradition of cross-cultural sensitivity, Tekken is getting its first Saudi Arabian character for the new installment due out this year. His name is "Shaheen," and he looks exactly like one would expect a Middle Eastern man to in Tekken 7.
Pokémon: Type Wild isn't just any Pokémon fan game. It's a more intense, Street-Fighteresque take on the pocket monster series, and you should totally check it out if you haven't yet.