We’ve updated our Tech Area gaming section with data pages for all three iterations of TEKKEN 6! Check them out by visiting one of the links below!
We’ve been at E3 this whole week and unfortunately did not get to update the site as much as we wanted to, but don’t fret! Tons of sites covered anything and everything having to do with TEKKEN 6! Also congratulations to Namco Bandai Games Inc. for having TEKKEN 6 nominated by both IGN and 1UP in their E3 Game of Show awards! Click below for a summary of all the coverage T6 has seen during this hectic week!
Our friends over at IGN have updated their Tekken blog! Another entry from series director/producer, Katsuhiro Harada! The latest entry covers a lot of the feedback Harada-san received from his initial entry. He covers questions about controllers, story, game balance, and more! Check it out by clicking below!
Our friends over at IGN have launched their Tekken blog! First entry is by none other than the series director/producer, Katsuhiro Harada! The blog focuses on graphical differences from past games and the newly implemented “variable full time motion blur.” It also touches upon some interesting facts about the series and company behind it. Click below for the full story!
Our friends at GameSpot sat down with Tekken Team’s Katsuhiro Harada at the recent Editor’s Day event to talk about the console version of Tekken 6… Harada clears up some confusion about what gamers can expect from the console versions later this year. Click below for the full video interview!
IGN reports that Tekken 6 will be coming to the PSP! We already knew that Tekken 6 was slated for release later this year on both the PLAYSTATION 3 and Xbox 360. It has already been mentioned that ad-hoc multiplayer will return and the ghost system in which you can upload or trade with other players is back as well. Stay tuned for more news on TEKKEN 6 for PSP! In the meantime, click below for the rest of the details and some screens!
GameSpot reports Soulcalibur will also be making its way to the PSP. While not an exact port of Soulcalibur IV (we won’t be seing Yoda, Darth Vader, or the Apprentice) we will see the introduction of at least one new character and several gameplay enhancements for the series’ handheld debut. Read more by following the link below…