Kazuya Mishima, after beating his father Heihachi in the first King of Iron Fist Tournament one year earlier, sponsors the second Tournament, promising a prize a thousand times that of the first.


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Uncredited cast:
Banjô Ginga ...
Jack-2 / P. Jack (voice) (uncredited)
Katsuhiro Harada ...
Marshall Law / Yoshimitsu (voice) (uncredited)
Dean Harrington ...
Announcer (voice) (uncredited)
Michelle Chang (voice) (uncredited)
Shiho Kikuchi ...
Jun Kazama / Kunimitsu (voice) (uncredited)
Takashi Nagasako ...
Ganryu (voice) (uncredited)
Jôji Nakata ...
Kazuya / Devil Kazuya (voice) (uncredited)
Ramsay Scott ...
Paul Phoenix (voice) (uncredited)
Kaneto Shiozawa ...
Baek Doo San (voice) (uncredited)
Wataru Takagi ...
Heihachi / Lei Wulong (voice) (uncredited)
Yumi Tôma ...
Nina Williams / Anna Williams (voice) (uncredited)
Tamio Ôki ...
Wang Jinrei (voice) (uncredited)


A worldwide martial arts tournament was nearing its finale. A large purse of prize money which was to be awarded to the fighter who could defeat Heihachi Mishima in the final round provided incentive for warriors from all over the globe. Financed and sponsored by the giant financial groups, the Mishima Zaibatsu, the first Tekken tournament began with eight fighters, all of whom had emerged victorious in death matches held all over the world, all motivated by different motives, all possessing the skill and power to crumble mountains. Many battles were fought. But only one lone warrior emerged with the right to challenge Heihachi Mishima for the of King of the Iron Fists. This warrior was Kazuya, Heihachi's cold blooded son. Bearing the scar given to him by Heihachi, he enters into vicious combat with his father on the same field where Heihachi last struck down his own son and dropped him into a trench at age five. After a grueling battle which raged on for hours, Kazuya emerged ... Written by Tekken Zaibatsu <tekkenzaibatsu.com>

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25 August 1996 (UK)  »

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Did You Know?


The game has four canon endings: Heihachi's, Jun's, Michelle's and Roger's. See more »


In Nina's ending, when there is a close up of her face, she is wearing black earrings. In the frames after this, the earrings are gone. When we see a close up of her walking past Anna, the earrings are back. See more »


Featured in GamePro TV: Episode #2.2 (1996) See more »

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My favorite fighting-game is back!
13 September 2000 | by (Froland, Norway) – See all my reviews

You might think that it is not worth getting Tekken 2 of you already got the first game, since the sequel has only got 2 new characters, but Tekken 2 is a much better game than the original.

The FMV`s(movie-sequences) is as always a trademark in the series and the FMV is much cooler and more detailed than earlier. The gameplay is much more smooth than ever before, the characters are more detailed and the music and atmosphere is much better.

Tekken 2 has been surpassed by "Tekken 3" and probably by the forthcoming "Tekken Tag Tournament", but Tekken 2 is always worth another go. 10/10

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