Tekken 7 Officially Heading For Home Consoles

Tekken 7 has been having its glory day in the hot sun in arcades, but now it has been revealed that the game is officially coming to home consoles. The news was revealed during the Paris Games Week, where more info regarding the game was revealed.

Here’s what series producer Katsuhiro Harada said regarding the game:

“When the game makes the leap from arcades to console, it will be the most complete and enhanced version up to date. We also have special content in the works that’s sure to please PlayStation fans.”

Check out the announcement trailer for Tekken 7 below.

Tekken X Street Fighter Is Still Happening, Well Into Development

We’ve known about the fighting crossover of the Tekken and Street Fighter franchises called Tekken X Street Fighter for some time now, but actual updates regarding the game have been few and far between. In fact, updates have been so infrequent that it actually made some people begin to wonder if the game was happening at all.


However, Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada has reassured everyone that the game is still coming out. Here’s what he said in an interview with Famitsu (translated by Siliconera):

“The fact of the matter is that we’re at a pretty far stage into its development. The character lineup has been decided upon since a very long time ago, and we’ve already finished the polygon models, moves, and systems.”

As for when the game will eventually come out, that question is still up in the air considering that both fighting series have new games in the works. One would expect it to release after the releases of Tekken 7 and Street Fighter V, as a way of capitalizing on the releases of both games. I guess we’ll just have to wait for more information on that, though.

Tekken 7 Heading For Select Arcades In The USA This Month

It was revealed recently that Tekken 7 will be a part of this year’s EVO tournament, despite the game still not having a release outside of Japan.

However, the Tekken Facebook page has just announced releases for the arcade game in select arcades across the USA. Better late than never, I suppose, though it seems kind of weird that gamers won’t be able to practice before competing in the tournament.

Scroll down for the list of arcades that Tekken 7 will be making a trip to soon.

Dave and Buster’s New York
234 W. 42nd St., 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10036

Dave and Buster’s Dallas
9450 North Central Expressway
Dallas, TX 75231

Dave and Buster’s Milpitas
940 Great Mall Dr.
Milpitas, CA 95035

Round One Puente Hills Mall
1600 S.Azusa Ave, Suite 285
City of Industry, CA 91748

Round One South Center Mall
2351 South Center Mall
Tukwila, WA 98188

Round One Stratford Mall
152 Stratford Square
Bloomingdale, IL 60191

Jack 7 Kicks Butt In New Tekken 7 Gameplay Trailer

The latest entry in the long-running fighting series, Tekken 7, has received a brand new gameplay trailer featuring one of the game’s fighters.

In the trailer we get to witness one of the series’ classic fighters, Jack, beat the ever-loving crap out of his opponent. Check it out below.

The game is set to feature a host of new gameplay features that were not included in any previous games in the series, including simplified combo mechanics, a new camera system, as well as a plenty of brand new characters entering the fray.

Tekken 7 is developed by Bandai Namco and is currently only available in Japanese arcades. A console release for the game has been confirmed, but any further information on the matter has not been made public at this time.

A Raging Volcano Battle Ensues In The ‘Tekken 7’ Opening Cinematic

Come check out the opening cinematic for Tekken 7, featuring exploding volcanoes and laser beams!

Bandai Namco has released the opening cinematic for the upcoming fighting game Tekken 7, and the video certainly grabs your attention. The clip features series regulars Kazuya and Heihachi battling on top of an exploding volcano, with it eventually concluding with the reveal of Kazuya’s devil form. Check out the clip below. 

Tekken 7 is developed and published by Bandai Namco. It is set to receive a limited arcade release in Japan next week, though console release dates are currently unknown.