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Tekken 7: Fated Retribution is an arcade fighting video game developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. The game is the ninth instalment in the Tekken series and will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and for the first time, PC (via Steam) in 2017. Tekken dominated in the 90s. Released in 1994, Tekken was the first game to exceed one million units sold on the PlayStation 1, and was one of the first fighting games to use 3D animations. The premise of each game in the main series documents the events of the King of Iron Fist Tournament, hosted by the Mishima Zaibatsu corporation. The prize is typically control of the company, which then allows the winner to host the following tournament. After beating the game with each character, an ending cutscene is unlocked and usually one of the endings from each game becomes the continuation of the story into the following instalment. The story has largely revolved around the Mishima clan curse, which began narratively with Heihachi Mishima throwing his son Kazuya Mishima from a cliff when he was 5 years old. Kazuya was nearly killed from the fall, but through the influence of the "Devil Gene" he survived and swore revenge to his father by the time of the King of Iron Fist Tournament. Tekken 7 had a limited arcade release in Japan in March 2015. An updated arcade version was released in Japan in July 2016, and features an expanded content including new stages, costumes, items and characters. This arcade version will be released for other gaming platforms in June 2017. The game's producer, Katsuhiro Harada, said that Tekken 7's story will be much darker than ever before, closer in tone to Tekken 4, and will serve as the conclusion of the Mishima clan saga. It will provide answers regarding the feud between Heihachi Mishima, his son, Kazuya Mishima and his grandson, Jin Kazama, including the origins of Devil Gene among other Tekken mysteries. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/V1eN1CPit2M" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> <b>GAMEPLAY</b> Tekken 7: Fated Retribution focuses on one-on-one battles. Two new mechanisms are introduced in the game. The first, Rage Art, allows the player to execute critical attacks that deal roughly 30 per cent damage depending on the character once their health bar is critical, in exchange for inactivating the normal attack power increase. The second, Power Crush, lets the player continue their attacks even while being hit by the enemy, although they would still receive the damage dealt by the enemy's attacks. The mechanic also works only for absorbing high or mid attacks. The bound system, which staggers a character to increase opportunity for additional hits, is replaced by Screw Attack, which makes the enemy spin sideways when they are hit airborne, allowing the player to inflict additional hits after they reach the ground. Unlike bound, however, Screw Attack cannot be used to do wall combos. With a new display system, the game's multiplayer allows players to choose which side of the screen to play on. Movement has undergone some changes and now is similar to the movement mechanics found in Tekken Revolution, most notably when characters walk backwards. The arcade version features the traditional stage-based play through, in which the player progresses by beating five different opponents one by one, ending with a fixed penultimate and final stage. Matches may be interrupted if another player joins the game. Online mode is available for both local and international play. Character customization is featured, allowing the player to modify characters' appearances. For the first time in the arcade series, the game features a practice mode, which allows players to train moves against an opponent for a limited amount of time, as well as an option to collect in-game rewards, mainly customization items, through "Treasure Box" by winning enough matches. Fated Retribution features several gameplay changes to the game. The new "Rage Drive" allows the player to empower certain attacks by sacrificing their Rage Mode. Rage Art is also adjusted so that the amount of damage dealt to the enemy is inversely proportional to the player's current health bar. However, a character-specific feature for the Street Fighter guest character Akuma is an EX/Super meter, which serves as a limiter for some of his "Super Combo", in place of Rage Drive. <iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/g4h8o4pWECI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> <b>CHARACTERS</b> Tekken has developed a generous character roster for almost everyone who plays the game. Tekken 7 game has 37 playable fighters, 20 of whom make up the default cast on launch; other characters will be added over time. Eight make their debut in this version. Each character has their own detailed backstory and move list which consists of almost 100 basic arts, combos, and grapples. <b>New characters:</b> • Katarina Alves: A sassy Brazilian woman who practices the art of Savate. She was designed to be a beginner-friendly character. • Claudio Serafino: A white-clad man from Italy who's a member of an Anti-Devil organization combating the Devil Gene's threat. Empowered with a Sirius magic. • Lucky Chloe: An otaku who wears a kitten-themed costume and has a "Freestyle Dance" fighting style. • Shaheen: A keffiyah-wearing Saudi Arabian man who handles a "Military Self-defense" fighting style. He was also designed to be a beginner-friendly character. • Josie Rizal: A young Filipino woman who wears a yellow top, a blue miniskirt, and a red bow. She practices Eskrima and Kickboxing. • Gigas: A hulking, red-skinned humanoid who appears to have cybernetics attached to his otherwise nude body. He practices "Destructive Impulse". • Jack-7: A new model of the Jack series, he has a slightly modified design with red hair and green glowing arms. As with the previous Jack series, he uses brute force to pummel his opponents. • Kazumi Mishima / Devil Kazumi: Heihachi's wife and Kazuya's mother, who possesses the Devil Gene. Kazumi's fighting style is Hachijo Style Karate, which is similar to the Mishima Style Fighting Karate as used by her husband and son, but with additional abilities such as summoning a tiger and levitating. She originally served as the game's unplayable final boss prior to becoming the seventh time release character added after launch. Kazumi also has a devil form, which remains unplayable outside of the final stage in which she is fought. • Akuma: The dark master of the Satsui no Hado from Capcom's Street Fighter, added in Fated Retribution. Within the story, Kazumi asks him to repay a debt to her by killing Heihachi and Kazuya. The player can fight him in place of Kazumi as the final boss if a certain condition is met. • Master Raven: A female ninja with a fighting style very similar to Raven. She is in charge of the organization that the original Raven works for. <b>Returning characters:</b> • Alisa Bosconovitch • Asuka Kazama • Bob • Bryan Fury • Devil Jin • Eliza • Feng Wei • Heihachi Mishima • Hwoarang • Jin Kazama • Kazuya Mishima / Devil Kazuya • King • Kuma • Lars Alexandersson • Lee Chaolan / Violet • Leo • Lili • Ling Xiaoyu • Marshall Law • Miguel Caballero Rojo • Nina Williams • Panda • Paul Phoenix • Sergei Dragunov • Steve Fox • Yoshimitsu
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Tekken 7: Fated Retribution Arcade Machine (twin cabinet set)

Tekken 7: Fated Retribution Arcade Machine (twin cabinet set)



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About Tekken 7: Fated Retribution Arcade Machine (twin cabinet set)

Tekken 7: Fated Retribution is an arcade fighting video game developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment.

The game is the ninth instalment in the Tekken series and will be available for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and for the first time, PC (via Steam) in 2017.

Tekken dominated in the 90s. Released in 1994, Tekken was the first game to exceed one million units sold on the PlayStation 1, and was one of the first fighting games to use 3D animations.

The premise of each game in the main series documents the events of the King of Iron Fist Tournament, hosted by the Mishima Zaibatsu corporation.

The prize is typically control of the company, which then allows the winner to host the following tournament.

After beating the game with each character, an ending cutscene is unlocked and usually one of the endings from each game becomes the continuation of the story into the following instalment.

The story has largely revolved around the Mishima clan curse, which began narratively with Heihachi Mishima throwing his son Kazuya Mishima from a cliff when he was 5 years old.

Kazuya was nearly killed from the fall, but through the influence of the "Devil Gene" he survived and swore revenge to his father by the time of the King of Iron Fist Tournament.

Tekken 7 had a limited arcade release in Japan in March 2015.

An updated arcade version was released in Japan in July 2016, and features an expanded content including new stages, costumes, items and characters.

This arcade version will be released for other gaming platforms in June 2017.

The game's producer, Katsuhiro Harada, said that Tekken 7's story will be much darker than ever before, closer in tone to Tekken 4, and will serve as the conclusion of the Mishima clan saga.

It will provide answers regarding the feud between Heihachi Mishima, his son, Kazuya Mishima and his grandson, Jin Kazama, including the origins of Devil Gene among other Tekken mysteries.



GAMEPLAY

Tekken 7: Fated Retribution focuses on one-on-one battles.

Two new mechanisms are introduced in the game. The first, Rage Art, allows the player to execute critical attacks that deal roughly 30 per cent damage depending on the character once their health bar is critical, in exchange for inactivating the normal attack power increase.

The second, Power Crush, lets the player continue their attacks even while being hit by the enemy, although they would still receive the damage dealt by the enemy's attacks. The mechanic also works only for absorbing high or mid attacks.

The bound system, which staggers a character to increase opportunity for additional hits, is replaced by Screw Attack, which makes the enemy spin sideways when they are hit airborne, allowing the player to inflict additional hits after they reach the ground.

Unlike bound, however, Screw Attack cannot be used to do wall combos. With a new display system, the game's multiplayer allows players to choose which side of the screen to play on.

Movement has undergone some changes and now is similar to the movement mechanics found in Tekken Revolution, most notably when characters walk backwards.

The arcade version features the traditional stage-based play through, in which the player progresses by beating five different opponents one by one, ending with a fixed penultimate and final stage.
Matches may be interrupted if another player joins the game.

Online mode is available for both local and international play.

Character customization is featured, allowing the player to modify characters' appearances.

For the first time in the arcade series, the game features a practice mode, which allows players to train moves against an opponent for a limited amount of time, as well as an option to collect in-game rewards, mainly customization items, through "Treasure Box" by winning enough matches.

Fated Retribution features several gameplay changes to the game.

The new "Rage Drive" allows the player to empower certain attacks by sacrificing their Rage Mode.
Rage Art is also adjusted so that the amount of damage dealt to the enemy is inversely proportional to the player's current health bar. However, a character-specific feature for the Street Fighter guest character Akuma is an EX/Super meter, which serves as a limiter for some of his "Super Combo", in place of Rage Drive.



CHARACTERS

Tekken has developed a generous character roster for almost everyone who plays the game.

Tekken 7 game has 37 playable fighters, 20 of whom make up the default cast on launch; other characters will be added over time. Eight make their debut in this version.

Each character has their own detailed backstory and move list which consists of almost 100 basic arts, combos, and grapples.

New characters:

• Katarina Alves: A sassy Brazilian woman who practices the art of Savate. She was designed to be a beginner-friendly character.

• Claudio Serafino: A white-clad man from Italy who's a member of an Anti-Devil organization combating the Devil Gene's threat. Empowered with a Sirius magic.

• Lucky Chloe: An otaku who wears a kitten-themed costume and has a "Freestyle Dance" fighting style.

• Shaheen: A keffiyah-wearing Saudi Arabian man who handles a "Military Self-defense" fighting style.
He was also designed to be a beginner-friendly character.

• Josie Rizal: A young Filipino woman who wears a yellow top, a blue miniskirt, and a red bow. She practices Eskrima and Kickboxing.

• Gigas: A hulking, red-skinned humanoid who appears to have cybernetics attached to his otherwise nude body. He practices "Destructive Impulse".

• Jack-7: A new model of the Jack series, he has a slightly modified design with red hair and green glowing arms. As with the previous Jack series, he uses brute force to pummel his opponents.

• Kazumi Mishima / Devil Kazumi: Heihachi's wife and Kazuya's mother, who possesses the Devil Gene. Kazumi's fighting style is Hachijo Style Karate, which is similar to the Mishima Style Fighting Karate as used by her husband and son, but with additional abilities such as summoning a tiger and levitating. She originally served as the game's unplayable final boss prior to becoming the seventh time release character added after launch. Kazumi also has a devil form, which remains unplayable outside of the final stage in which she is fought.

• Akuma: The dark master of the Satsui no Hado from Capcom's Street Fighter, added in Fated Retribution. Within the story, Kazumi asks him to repay a debt to her by killing Heihachi and Kazuya. The player can fight him in place of Kazumi as the final boss if a certain condition is met.

• Master Raven: A female ninja with a fighting style very similar to Raven. She is in charge of the organization that the original Raven works for.

Returning characters:

• Alisa Bosconovitch
• Asuka Kazama
• Bob
• Bryan Fury
• Devil Jin
• Eliza
• Feng Wei
• Heihachi Mishima
• Hwoarang
• Jin Kazama
• Kazuya Mishima / Devil Kazuya
• King
• Kuma
• Lars Alexandersson
• Lee Chaolan / Violet
• Leo
• Lili
• Ling Xiaoyu
• Marshall Law
• Miguel Caballero Rojo
• Nina Williams
• Panda
• Paul Phoenix
• Sergei Dragunov
• Steve Fox
• Yoshimitsu



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