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Bandai Namco teases Tekken 7 opening movie

The next installment of the Tekken series is set to hit Japanese game centers on February 18. To celebrate, Bandai Namco has released the opening movie for the game.Now waiting for a console release


Tekken 7 gets a new character: Lucky Chloe

Bandai Namco has just announced a new character for the Tekken franchise for the next title in the series. Named Lucky Chloe, the twin-tail sporting combatant puts a new spin for the series :D.


Namco teases Free-to-Play Soul Calibur for PlayStation 3

Looks like Namco is love-struck with the freemium bug as this week’s Famitsu reveals that the new Soul Calibur title, Soul Calibur: Lost Swords will be coming to PlayStation 3. Like Tekken Revolution


Tekken Tag Tournament 2 gets new characters via free DLC

Three new characters will be unlocked and available to all Tekken Tag Tournament 2 owners: Dr. Boskonovitch, Unknown and Violet. Previously pre-order-exclusive characters will also be released for download like Ancient Ogre, Angel,


Tekken Tag Tournament 2 headed for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3

Tekken Tag fans rejoice! Namco Bandai has officially announced that Tekken Tag Tournament 2 will be arriving on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox


Street Fighter X Tekken adds Kuma, Ibuki, Raven, And Hugo

Capcom has revealed a new trailer at this years GamesCon for Street Fighter X Tekken unveiling the Cross Arts attack system and several new characters added to the


Now THIS is a Tekken Movie

The version Hollywood gave us last year was so amazingly bad I had given up on seeing Tekken on the silver screen again. Namco seems to feel the same sentiments and has just


Marvel vs Capcom 3 gameplay video

With Street Fighter vs Tekken (and Tekken X Street Fighter)still about two years away, Capcom reminds us that the third installment of the Marvel vs Capcom franchise is just around the corner. It’s


Street Fighter vs Tekken and Tekken vs Street Fighter confirmed

Did I somehow mess up the title? Nope, you’re reading that right. Namco and Capcom will be pooling their resources together to create two games instead of just one: Street Fighter X


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