Tekken 7 New Trailers Feature Akuma And The Mishima Feud
(Last Updated On: May 19, 2017)

Fighting game fans, particularly Tekken fans, have two videos to look over that explore the overall story leading up to Tekken 7 and the characters that will be playable in the upcoming seventh iteration. Bandai Namco is set to release Tekken 7 come June 2nd for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

If fighting games in general are something that you fancy and Tekken is a series that seems cool, you are in luck given that Bandai Namco just released two new videos via its YouTube channel. The first video explores the feud of the Mishima family and the impact that it has left on the entire world, while the second video takes folks on a second character tour.

If you want to see different characters fighting for honor, duty, vengeance and other personal beliefs, then you can read a new description and watch the latest video trailer that also features Street Fighter’s Akuma.

“No Glory for Heroes. Some fight for honour, duty, revenge, or debts that can never be paid. All fights are personal and every obstacle on the way will define you. Get ready for the next battle with the best-selling fighting game series!”

Some time back Bandai Namco released its first character video trailer for Tekken 7 showing Marshall Law, Feng Wei, Bob, Bryan Fury, Devil Jin, Hwoarang, Gigas and Katarina Alves. As of recent, a second character trailer has come around showing King, Jack, Steve Fox, Nina Williams, Lucky Chloe, Eddy Gordo and Miguel Caballero Rojo.

Old and new characters will make an appearance in Tekken 7, which includes the cross-over of Akuma. For more information on the characters and the game you can head on over to tk7.tekken.com.

Lastly, Bandai Namco is set to release the latest game in the Tekken series, Tekken 7, on June 2nd for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.


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  • Horrorstorm

    Yeah, because he belongs in a Tekken game. Including an iconic character from another franchise at the most pivotal point in Tekken’s story doesn’t take away from the most pivotal point of the Tekken story at all.

    Good work, idiots.

    • Disqusted

      It’s certainly bizarre, but Tekken has always been silly on top of being serious.