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Isshin Chiba ...
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Banjô Ginga ...
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Daisuke Gôri ...
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Jeff Manning ...
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Toshiyuki Morikawa ...
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Yumi Tôma ...
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19 years after the second King of Iron Fist Tournament, Heihachi Mishima hosts the third Tournament to attract Toshin, a God who is after the souls of the world's most powerful fighters and who killed the mother of his grandson, Jin Kazama. Written by Paul L

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This is the first Tekken (1994) video game series ever where you can replay the ending movies again at anytime when you complete the game with that specific character on all versions of the game. Tekken 2 has a Theatre Mode, but only on the Japanese Version. See more »

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Best fighting game ever created
4 January 2000 | by (Portland, Maine) – See all my reviews

"Tekken I" was a great game at it's time but "Tekken III" has outlived many of it's competitors. Even though it's year and a half old it is still the best fighting game. Many characters, amazing animation, really large list of moves from simple to impossible to perform. Definately try it out (and check out the Tekken Tag tournament that recently came out on arcades...)


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