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What Is Next For Tekken After Tekken 7?

by Todd Blackon February 18, 2017
Tekken is one of the most popular fighting game franchises around. It has been around for over two decades, has gotten many spinoffs, sequels, and even a live-action movie. And anticipation for Tekken 7 is at an all-time high. Yet, you have to wonder, what’s next for the game after this? While that may seem […]
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Did Tekken 7 Cross A Line With Lucky Chloe?

by Todd Blackon February 10, 2017
Fighting games often battle with trying to be “realistic”. Especially since the best fighting games have characters from other worlds, or demonic powers, or abilities that are just insane. So you’d think that any character in nearly any fighting game would be ok. Right? I mean, it’s not like there’s a real set of “rules” […]

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Why Akuma In Tekken 7 Is A Good Thing

by Todd Blackon February 4, 2017
Akuma, a name that is feared and respected by all who know the Street Fighter franchise. A man who is still shrouded in mystery to this day. And yet, he is one of the most famous, and powerful, villains in video game history. In a few months, he’ll official make his debut in the Tekken […]
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Could Tekken 7 Come To Nintendo Switch?

by Todd Blackon February 1, 2017
Tekken 7 is meant to be a big part in the story that has been going for quite some time, in fact, the producer of the game said that this will serve as the conclusion for the saga of the Mishima Clan . As Kazuya tries to take down his father Heihachi Mishima, and you […]

Tekken 7 Rage And Sorrow Trailer

by Alex Beanon January 27, 2017
You have to wait all the way until June 2, 2017 for “Tekken 7” to arrive but here is the Rage and Sorrow trailer to tide you over until then… Be our first to comment
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SDCC2014: Heihachi Must Be Stopped in New Tekken 7 Trailer

by on July 25, 2014
If you follow Tekken lore, you’ll know that Heihachi Mishima, the main antagonist of the series, is not in the running for any Father of the Year Awards. You don’t toss your five-year-old son into a ravine if you’re angling for a macaroni picture frame. And most of the drama in the series essentially stems from […]