Have you defeated him yet?
Earlier this week, Masahiro Sakurai and his team deployed Super Smash Bros. Ultimate version 12.0.0. The biggest part of it was the new paid DLC fighter - Tekken's Kazuya. While you've probably spent time playing as him over the past few days, have you actually tried to take on a CPU version of the newest fighter on the...
Get ready for the next battle!
Following on from Masahiro Sakurai's showcase, Tekken's Kazuya is now officially available as a paid DLC fighter in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. If you've already purchased the second Fighters Pass, it's simply a matter of updating your copy of the game. Otherwise, you can buy the new char
The pink puffball looks rather menacing
During the latest presentation for the new Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC fighter Kazuya, game director Masahiro Sakurai revealed what his own creation Kirby looks like when he uses his copy ability on the famous Tekken character. In case you did miss our
The latest DLC fighter joining the battle
Nintendo's E3 Direct this year kicked off with the reveal of Tekken's Kazuya for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. As part of this announcement, it's a Smash Bros. tradition to add the latest fighter to the game's famous (and stunning) mural, and he slots in nicely between Daisy and Byleth. More about Kazuya i
Loves chucking people off cliffs, apparently
As part of the E3 2021 Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo has unveiled the next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate DLC character to join the game's substantial roster: Kazuya from the Tekken series. The footage revealed that the character loves throwing other fighters off cliffs and showcased a short montage...
It rests with "Nintendo and Pokémon Co., Ltd."
One game that deserves some more love is the Bandai Namco developed Switch, Wii U and arcade title, Pokkén Tournament. It was well-received on all three occasions but since then fans of this unique fighter have been wondering if there'll be any future follow-ups. A Twitter follower of Katsuhiro...
Says he'll tell Sakurai to ignore you
Despite Super Smash Bros. Ultimate's character roster being as wildly large as it is, the demand for more and more characters never seems to end. If you find yourself regularly browsing Nintendo-based communities such as this very site, you'll no doubt have come across a number of people expressing their desire...
Show your support
The last time a Nintendo platform hosted a Tekken game was at the beginning of the Wii U era when Tag Tournament 2 released on the system. The game was generally well-received and has left Nintendo fans wondering when they'll eventually be blessed with another entry in Bandai Namco's established fighting series. Over the past few...
"We couldn't even buy it - it was sold out every time we went to look"
Not so long ago we reported that Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada was "surprised" by the Nintendo Switch, a possible indication that he and his team had been frozen out of pre-release access to the new machine. With Tekken 7 arriving on PS4, Xbox One and PC this June, Game
"Read into that what you like"
Tekken 7 has been doing the rounds in Japanese arcades since last year but is finally making its way to home consoles in early 2017. Tekken as a series began life on Sony hardware but has since branched out to rival systems, including the Wii U. Given that Tekken 7 is being ported to PS4 and Xbox One around the same...
There's mushroom for fun features
Tekken series producer Katsuhiro Harada has spoken to Siliconera about the upcoming Tekken Tag Tournament 2, and briefly discussed what it's like working with Nintendo on the Wii U version. It would appear that from a marketing perspective Namco Bandai are currently keen to push the 360 and PS3 editions of the...
Wants gamers to go 'Auuugghhh'!
Tekken 3D Prime Edition is less that a week away, the second major 3DS release of the year so far. It's a fighting series typically associated with experienced and mature gamers, but in the latest Iwata Asks Katsuhiro Harada has spoken about his desire to bring Tekken to a broader range of players, and explained why...