Have you ever tried to pull off faithful moves from your favorite fighting games? They're tough! My version of E. Honda's Thousand-Hand Slap looks more like a five-knuckle shuffle. Eric Jacobus doesn't have that problem, though. The professional stuntman recently uploaded a video showcasing his workout, which mimics the moves of Tekken's Hwoarang with impressive accuracy. Get pumped after the jump.
Bandai Namco showed more of Tekken 7 at Paris Games Week, announcing the arcade fighter for home systems. It's interesting that the press release headline didn't just focus on PlayStation 4, but for now that's the only console that's been confirmed. More after the jump.
Folks in the west hoping to get a chance to play Pokémon arcade fighter Pokkén Tournament can look forward to an upcoming test run at Dave & Busters. The restaurant/arcade chain's Senior Vice President of Entertainment and Game Strategy, Kevin Bachus, recently participated in a Reddit AMA, revealing plans to work with Bandai Namco on adding the title for testing purposes. More after the jump.
While the Tekken series celebrates its 20th anniversary, The [email protected] is just halfway there. Still, 10 years is certainly a party-worthy milestone, so the two are getting together to toss some Idolmaster gear in Tekken 7. See the announcement trailer after the jump.
Bandai Namco will be holding Tekken 7 location tests in the United States this month, and the first round has been detailed over at the Tekken Facebook page. Read on for more.
According to the official Tekken project Twitter account, something big is brewing for the fighter. Along with an image that says, "Awaken, raging fist," a recent tweet heralded a "major announcement from the Tekken project." More after the jump.
The arcade version of Tekken 7 is getting another playable character on June 2. The latest to join the roster is Kazumi Mishima, and you can see her in action in her introductory trailer after the jump.
Bandai Namco revealed another new addition to the Tekken 7 roster. The latest to join the playable lineup is upgraded robot Jack-7, and you can see him in all his Franky-like glory after the jump.
Yoshimitsu sure is looking wild in Tekken 7; the YouTube thumbnail alone looks like something you'd end up fighting in Bloodborne minus the grit and grime. Yoshimitsu has been with the series since the beginning so it's no surprise to see him show up here. See his new look and familiar playstyle in his debut trailer after the jump.
New Tekken 7 character Gigas wasn't the only Tekken-related announcement over the weekend. After an easy-to-dismiss tease on April 1, Bandai Namco officially revealed a Galaga x Tekken mash-up that puts the fighting game's roster in the classic arcade shooter. Hit the jump for more.
The arcade version of Tekken 7 is getting a new addition on April 28. Gigas, an "unknown gargantuan," was announced at this weekend's NicoNico Chokaigi event, and you can see his first appearance after the jump.