|First Release||Tekken (1994)|
Tekken is a current third-party fighting game franchise developed by Namco Bandai and had originally released exclusively on Playstation consoles until Tekken 6 (not counting arcade editions).
Connection With All-StarsEdit
- Heihachi Mishima appears as a playable character.
- Kuma appears as a non-playable character in Heihachi's Level 2 Super, as well as a minion.
- Many characters from the Tekken series, which are Xiaoyu, Jack-6, Raven, Eddy Gordo, Mokujin, Jinpachi, Nina, Sergei Dragunov, Miguel Caballero Rojo, King, Devil Jin, Armor King and Marshall Law, appear as Icons unlocked by leveling up Heihachi.
- Tekken - 1995 (PS1)
- Tekken 2 - 1996 (PS1)
- Tekken 3 - 1998 (PS1)
- Tekken Tag Tournament - 2000 (PS2)
- Tekken 4 - 2002 (PS2)
- Death by Degrees - 2005 (PS2)
- Tekken 5 - 2005 (PS2)
- Namco X Capcom - 2005 (PS2)
- Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection - 2006 (PSP/PS3)
- Tekken 6 - 2009 (PS3/PSP)
- Tekken Hybrid - 2012 (PS3)
- Street Fighter X Tekken - 2012 (PS3/PSV)
- Tekken Tag Tournament 2 - 2012 (PS3)
- Tekken Revolution - 2013 (PS3)
- Tekken X Street Fighter - 2012 (PS3/PSV)
- Tekken 7 - 2017 (PS4)
- Digimon World RE:Digitize - 2012 (PSP)
- Urban Reign - 2005 (PS2)
- Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 2 - 2010 (PS3)
- Soul Calibur 2 (PS2)
- Queen's Gate Spiral Chaos
- If one were to count Metal Gear Rising as its own series, then Tekken is the oldest franchise represented in All-Stars, with its first game, Tekken, being released in 1994 and later ported to the PlayStation in 1995.
- Lei Wulong once appeared in a Sony commerical.
- Hwoarang, Bruce Irvin, Lei Wulong, and Jin Kazama were chosen to be icons, as shown by the strategy guide, but were not in the final product.
- Devil Jin, an alternate form of Jin, does appear as an icon at Rank 7, as well as Jin's gauntlet at Rank 15.
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