Tekken 7 DLC Trailer Features Sexy Bikinis And Man-Butt Baring Fundoshis
Tekken 7 Bikini DLC
(Last Updated On: August 25, 2017)

Bandai Namco rolled out the trailer for the first major DLC pack releasing for Tekken 7 on August 31st. The minute long trailer covers the new Tekken Bowl game mode, along with some sexy new bikinis for the ladies, and fundoshis for the dudes.

The new and improved Tekken Bowl makes a return, giving gamers an opportunity to test out their skills at the local, high-tech bowling alley.

They’ve added the new Idol Master costume for the ladies, allowing them to wear J-Pop style getups while they fight. They’ve also tossed in some bikinis for the girls, so you can have them running around in butt-crack exposing two-piece swimsuits, making the fights all that much more tantalizing. If you’re into letting your eyes ride the forbidden curves of banana hammocks, they also got you covered with the fundoshi for the dudes.

You can feast your eyes on the DLC launch trailer below.

The bikinis are available for all the female fighters. The Blood Vengeance School Uniforms is available only for Xiaoyu and Alisa, while Idol Master clothes also covers the entire female cast of characters. The traditional Japanese fundoshi is available for all the male fighters.

As is usual, there are plenty of people in the comment section who love the sexy-time bikinis for the girls. Then there beta-male white knights complaining that people who like women in bikinis are perverts.

And as per usual, there are comments roasting this guy with more flames than a stuck pig over an open flame pit.

A lot of casual betas have been conditioned to hate sexy women because sites like Polygon and Kotaku poisoning their minds with the succulent soothe sayings of post-modernism, forcing people to either become supine to their sophistry or to protest the natural order of their masculinity, all while attempting to subdue and suppress the urges of their sexuality.

No worries, though, friend… Harada-san is making sure you will be amply supplied with enough material in that DLC pack to firmly overcome the post-modern suppression you’ve employed in the face of games media’s gender-studies sciolism.

Be prepared to unload your fighting freedom come August 31st for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, when the Tekken Bowl DLC pack goes live.


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