Two years after the third King of Iron Fist Tournament, Heihachi sponsors the fourth Tournament to lure his newly resurrected son, Kazuya, into a trap.

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Masanori Shinohara ...
Kazuya Mishima (voice)
David Schaufele ...
Bryan Fury (voice)
William Word ...
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Craig Marduk (voice)
Xanthe Smith ...
Bianca Allen ...
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Toshiyuki Morikawa ...
Hwoarang (voice)
Jojo Otani ...
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Justin Macfarlane ...
Marshall Law (voice) (as Julian Macfarlane)
Yumi Tôma ...
Ling Xiaoyu (voice) (as Yumi Touma)
Eriko Fujimaki ...
Miharu Hirano (voice)
Tomokazu Seki ...
Yoshimitsu (voice)
Isshin Chiba ...
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Nina Williams (voice)
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Two years ago, Heihachi failed to capture Ogre. Not willing to give up, Heihachi ordered his researchers to collect blood samples, skin tissue, and hoof fragments left behind by Ogre (or known as True Ogre in its true manifestation) in order to conduct genetic experiments. Heihachi's goal was to create a new life form by splicing Ogre's genome with his own. However, the research was unsuccessful. After extensive experimentation, Heihachi's bioengineers came to the conclusion that an additional gene - the Devil Gene - was necessary in order to successfully splice Ogre's genetic code into another living organism. Heihachi learned that his own genome lacked the Devil Gene, but he knew someone who did... Jin Kazama. Jin, who vanquished Ogre in The King of Iron Fist Tournament 3, was shot and mortally wounded by Heihachi. As his life slipped away, Jin transformed into a Devil. Upon his transformation, he struck down Heihachi and took flight. Jin's whereabouts were unknown after the ... Written by Tekken Zaibatsu <tekkenzaibatsu.com>

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Probably the best in the series, but...
23 February 2004 | by (Froland, Norway) – See all my reviews

I used to consider myself a fan of the Tekken-series. I have played every instalment in the series since the original was released way back in 1995. Of course I bought "Tekken 4" for PS2. The graphics are the best in a "Tekken" game, but the game seems to be missing something very important; that undescribable something that used to make "Tekken" so much better than similar games. The series have not really changed much since the original and now it has some series competition in the form of such titles as "Dead or alive 3" for X-box. "Tekken 4" may look like a new game, but it feels like an old game that just is not as fun to play as it used to be. As a veteran of the series, I must sadly admit that if the developers do not give the inevitable "Tekken 5" a complete overhaul, than I do not wish to follow the series anymore.

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