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.
Now that the Tekken 7's official arcade release is ready to strike in Japan, Bandai Namco Games uploaded the fighter's opening movie, which boasts more lava than most. Hit the jump for more.
If you suspected that Tekken 7 director Katsuhiro Harada might have been doing a bit of sarcastic trolling when he indicated that he was "seriously" considering making game roster addition Lucky Chloe a Europe and Asia exclusive following criticism of the "furry Vocaloid idol," looks like you got the joke. More after the jump.
Bandai Namco Games' Katsuhiro Harada recently hit up Twitter to reveal a new addition to the Tekken 7 roster. Shaheen is a fighter out of Saudi Arabia, and he'll make his debut alongside fellow new contenders Katarina, Claudio, and Lucky Chloe when Tekken 7 hits arcades early this year. Hit the jump for more.
A vocal segment of fighting game fans have reacted with displeasure to Tekken 7's introduction of the "furry Vocaloid idol" Lucky Chloe. However, director and [email protected] legend Katsuhiro Harada isn't going to sit in the corner and take this assault. Mounting a counter attack, he proclaimed on Twitter that LC would be a Europe and Asia exclusive. And, of course, he was being serious!
Bandai Namco used the Tekken 20th Anniversary Fan Thanksgiving event as an opportunity to introduce a new Tekken 7 character. The latest to join the roster is Lucky Chloe, who, as you might immediately notice, is quite fond of cats. Hit the jump for videos and more.
Bandai Namco has a new location test coming for Tekken 7, with a handful of Japanese arcades participating on November 22 and 23. While the rest of us wait to try it for ourselves, you can see a bunch of the fighter in the arcade opening movie after the jump.
Bandai Namco announced some Tekken 7 location test plans over at the official Tekken website. Japanese players will be able to try out the next fighter next month at Tokyo's Namco Sugamo and Osaka's Namco Nipponbashi. Read on for more.
Following previews at San Diego Comic-Con and Wonder Festival, illustrator Shunya Yamashita has posted his designs for upcoming Marvel, DC, Tekken and Street Fighter bishoujo figures, set to be released by Kotobukiya in 2015. Get a look after the jump.
Shortly after being leaked near the middle of the month, Bandai Namco confirmed that Tekken 7 is in development with a short debut trailer at Evo 2014. As promised, more info was delivered at this week's San Diego Comic-Con, including an extended look at the story after the jump.
The surprise may have been spoiled a bit thanks to an early outing, but Bandai Namco Games and series producer Katsuhiro Harada made Tekken 7 official near the tail end of this weekend's Evo 2014 event. Hit the jump for a trailer and more.
While a formal announcement is on the way, the Tekken 7 cat got out of the bag early thanks to a leaked IGN News video that was posted over at AOL. Series producer Katsuhiro Harada should be making it official sometime today at Evo 2014. Hit the jump for more.