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Tekken 7 Prime Minister Poland DLC Bandai Namco

Tekken 7 - The Prime Minister of Poland joins the roster

Over the course of its various iterations, the Tekken series has pushed beyond the barriers of representation, opening the doors of its roster to characters of different species (Kuma, Alex etc.), genders (Leo) and nationalities ....
Tekken 7 Guinness World Record Katsuhiro Harada Bandai Namco

Tekken gets Guinness World Record for "Longest Storyline Ever"

When it comes to video games belonging to the fighting game genre, the narrative is that element that is either overlooked or treated superficially in comparison to many other genres. Yet it is precisely the Tekken saga ...
Kunimitsu Tekken 7 Season 4 Bandai Namco

Tekken 7 - Kunimitsu is the first new character of Season 4

Kunimitsu is back! The ninja excommunicated by Clan Manji, and therefore Yoshimitsu's rival since her debut in Tekken on PS1, will be one of two new characters that will be added via DLC during the new Season 4 of Tekken ...
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Tekken 7 - Fahkumram release date announced

Tekken 3 Season Pass 7, after introducing new and old characters, reaches its climax with the arrival of a ferocious Muay Thai fighter: Fahkumram. Through Bandai Namco's social channels ...
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TEKKEN 7: Bandai Namco working on a new update

TEKKEN 7 has been available on Italian shelves for a few days now and, together with the launch trailer that we include at the end of the news, BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment has released a small press release to announce ...
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Ten to TEKKEN 7: deceive the wait with the latest trailer

Sometimes being Italian pays off. Why, you ask? Well, compared to the rest of the world, the day one of TEKKEN 7 will be brought forward by one day, since June 2nd is a national holiday. To date there are ...

Tekken 7: data release, last revealed character and some info

It will also be one of the best tamarri of the entire Tekken roster, but it has certainly remained engraved in the hearts of aficionados, especially those who, like me, pressed keys to the canid phallus. I'm talking about him guys, ...

Takaya Imamura: “F-Zero isn't dead, but he's missing a big ...

Contrary to what many Nintendo fans might think, the F-Zero series is not dead, despite its absence in the gaming landscape since 2003 with the F-Zero GX ...

Square Enix denies rumors about its sale

In the last few hours, a report by the Bloomberg Japan newspaper has created a lot of noise among the gamer community, especially inside ...

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