Tekken 7 was initially released back in 2015. The game eventually made its way onto the PC, PS4, and Xbox One. However last year some were wondering about whether or not the game could eventually make its way onto the Nintendo Switch, in which the game’s director Katsuhiro Harada said that we shouldn’t expect it anytime soon.
Back in 2010, Bandai Namco announced Tekken X Street Fighter, but fast forward to today, the game has yet to be launched. However over the years, Bandai Namco has reassured gamers that the game hadn’t been cancelled, and last we heard which was back in 2017, apparently they felt that it wasn’t the right time to launch it.
The Walking Dead’s Negan is one of the more sinister villains we’ve seen in modern times. While the character has been around in the comics for a while, actor Jeffrey Dean Morgan certainly breathed new life into him, giving him a voice and a certain level of swagger that the comics didn’t quite capture.
From time to time we see crossovers from movies to video games. For those who are fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead (or the comics), you might be very interested to learn that The Walking Dead’s most famous (and deadly) antagonist Negan will actually be smashing his way into Tekken 7.
Last August, the folks at Bandai Namco announced Tekken Mobile which as the name suggests, is Tekken for mobile devices. The game was initially soft-launched in Canada, but now it looks like the game has since expanded its availability and additional dates have also been announced for other markets.
Seeing crossovers in movies, TV shows, anime, comics, and video games are always fun. This is because it is always interesting to see how character(s) might act in a completely different setting, and how their abilities/powers work in a different universe. For fans of Final Fantasy, that crossover is happening with Final Fantasy XV’s Noctis and Tekken 7.
If you’re a fan of the Tekken franchise and wouldn’t mind playing the game on your phone, you’ll be pleased to learn that the folks at Bandai Namco have announced a new Tekken mobile game. The game will be available for both iOS and Android gamers, but it seems that at the moment it has been soft-launched only in Canada.
One advantage to PC games is that you get to play multiplayer games with other PC gamers regardless of what brand or specs that they are using, as long as it runs the game and they have an internet connection, you’re good to go. Console players on the other hand are different, where Sony and Microsoft offer up their own online services that don’t typically allow cross-play.
We have been hearing about Bandai Namco’s Tekken X Street Fighter game for years, and by now many have probably assumed that it has been cancelled. Back in 2015, the developers assured that this was not the case, although in 2016 it was revealed that the game is no longer in active development.
Rage-quitting is a terrible practice that needs to stop, but unfortunately frustration can sometimes get the better of us and sometimes just turning off the computer and quitting the game seems like the best thing to do in the moment. However it can ruin the experience for other games, and this is something Bandai Namco wants to avoid.
Bandai Namco’s Tekken franchise is an interesting one. While other arcade games might have more traditional characters, Tekken actually introduced some interesting and quirky characters such as bears, pandas, a man made from wood, and so on. They also introduced a character named Roger Jr., which is a kangaroo that boxes.
Tekken 7, or at least the non-arcade version of the game, will be released in June where it will find its way onto the PC, Xbox One, and PS4. However with the Nintendo Switch having been officially announced, we’re sure many are wondering if the game could eventually find its way onto the console as well.
Microsoft has made three additional games backwards compatible on the Xbox One and there’s a treat in there for Tekken fans.Tekken 6 is now backwards compatible on the Xbox One. Tekken 6 is arguably one of the biggest games in the popular Tekken franchise and is much loved by millions of fans across the globe. The other two games on the list include Midway Arcade Origins and Mutant Storm Empire.
There are some games in which the storyline isn’t as important as the gameplay. For example games like Call of Duty or Battlefield don’t really need to have a fully fleshed out backstory full of lore and history for it to be fun, and neither do arcade fighting games, although we guess it would be nice if players knew the character’s background story a bit more.