Check out the two videos and screenshots after the break.
The Tekken Channel has recently posted two Tekken 7-related video updates: first is the gameplay trailer for the console version, featuring the returning animal fighters Kuma and Panda; second is a promotional video on the upcoming collaboration project between Tekken 7: Fated Retribution and New Japan Pro Wrestling.
Check out the two videos and screenshots after the break.
Capcom looked to redeem itself and wow the crowd in this year's PlayStation Experience (PSX) at the Anaheim Convention Center with two major reveals: First, a much-awaited character is finally making his return in Street Fighter V, and second, a new installment to the Marvel vs. Capcom series is going to be released next year!
The brawling Spaniard Miguel Caballero Rojo is scheduled to make is return in Tekken 7, and he's got an unfinished business with Jin Kazama in this gameplay trailer!
Tekken 7 is schedule for release in early 2017 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam.
While Street Fighter V's story mode featured post-launch character Urien as a playable character (if only for a few battles), his official gameplay trailer would only be revealed last week. Juri, who was also playable in the story mode before her official release, became available for download last month. Check out their gameplay trailers.
Juri is still as vicious as she was in Street Fighter IV. She dons a new look, wearing a biker suit and an eyepatch that conceals her Feng Shui Engine, her V-Trigger that when activated lets her cancel her standard attacks allowing her to chain together moves. In her V-Skill, Kasatsushu, she charges up and kick her opponent from behind; the move can be cancelled just before the back strike, and she retains her charge level. Her new Critical Art, Sakkai Fuhazan, is a multi-hitting projectile move that loses power the farther the target is.
This game's incarnation of Urien has him wearing a sharp-looking suit, but a recently discovered Easter egg reveals that you can play as him wearing his familiar loincloth from Street Fighter III when you hold certain buttons during the loading screen before the pre-fight intros. He retains most of his SFIII moves with the exception of his Super Arts. His trademark Aegis Reflector is now his V-Trigger, and still works the way it did before; with a full V-meter, Urien unleashes two Aegis Reflectors. In his V-Skill, Metallic Aura, he laughs hysterically while his skin darkens, and his Metallic Sphere can absorb one attack while he's in this state. Urien's Critical Art is called Dominate Crush, where he unleashes a pillar of dark aura resembling one of his win poses in SFIII, hitting his opponent vertically in a short radius.
Urien was released on September 23.
And with Juri's and Urien's reveal, SFV's roster is apparently complete. Hopefully though, they unveil a second batch of characters, because there are lots of gamers hoping Gouki/Akuma, Ingrid, Sagat, and perhaps a character from Rival Schools would return in it.
Announced last week at Gamescom, Tekken 7 will feature the returning series veteran Lee Chaolan, and his Tekken 4 alter-ego Violet will also make his return as a palette swap. Check out his gameplay trailer below.
It was just announced at the 2016 Evolution Championship Series that two more characters will join Tekken 7: Fated Retribution.
Katsuhiro Harada, Michael Murray and Mark "MarkMan" Julio were on hand at EVO, announcing that Bob will make his return, and with him debuts a new character, Master Raven.
Bob returns with a rowdier, more rugged look, wearing tattered jeans and torn polo shirts. He is still the same agile big guy from before, with ridiculously flashy yet hard-hitting kung fu moves that will make Sammo Hung proud.
Master Raven, Harada-san revealed on Twitter, is Raven's commanding officer, hence why she mirrors virtually all of Raven's moves from Tekken 5. Her look suggests that shes a cyborg ninja, but apart from that, nothing else has been revealed about her.
Check out their gameplay trailers below.
Bob and Master Raven will also be playable in the console version of the game when it launches in early 2017.
Also, Harada-san unveiled the game's official arcade trailer. It's similar to the trailer they revealed at E3 last month, minus the blood effects and the quick-time event transitioning into actual battle.
Aside from hosting the Street Fighter V exhibition set between wrestling gamers Kenny Omega and Xavier Woods/Austin Creed, CEO 2016 also played host as Capcom unveiled the gameplay trailer for SFV's fourth post-launch character Mike Bison/Balrog. Check out the video below that gives a first glimpse of the re-imagined Las Vegas stage as well as the two remaining post-launch characters Juri Han and Urien.
"The Crazy Buffalo" (should've been "Mad Bison" instead) is still the power puncher that he has been in his previous incarnations. He has been heavily redesigned, now donning an all-American-themed boxing entrance gear as if to imitate Steve Fox in his new costume in Tekken 7.
He trades his Turn Punch for a new V-Skill, KKB. This V-Skill has him turn his body while moving forward, enabling him to dodge projectiles and special attacks when timed correctly and follow up with his own combos. His V-Trigger, Crazy Rush, has him blowing off steam (literally), allows him to string together special moves. He replaces his multi-hitting Ultra Combo with a one-hit, heavy-damage-dealing Critical Art, Gigaton Blow, which can be added as an ender to many possible combos.
The official character art for Balrog, Juri and Urien have now also been revealed, along with alternate costumes for Balrog and Karin, and the new stage, Kanzuki Private Beach, featuring cameos from Tiffany and Hinata from Justice Gakuen/Rival Schools. Check them out.
Balrog and Ibuki will be available to download along with the Story Mode, "A Shadow Falls", starting July 1. Juri and Urien will be playable in the story mode before their official release.
The console trailer for Tekken 7 has just been revealed earlier today at the 2016 Electronic Entertainment Expo, and it was also revealed that the game will be released on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam.
Aside from the game modes introduced in the arcade version, Tekken 7 will also have a cinematic story mode that combines the familar Tekken gameplay with dramatic quick-time events and rich animated cutscenes, telling the final story of conflict between father and son Heihachi and Kazuya Mishima, the fate of the family matriarch Kazumi, and the involvement of Gouki/Akuma, the guest character from Street Fighter.
Tekken 7 comes to the latest-gen consoles and on Steam in early 2017.
The latest trailer of SNK Playmore's The King of Fighters IV was revealed at the PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, CA last weekend.
The trailer reveals that 16 three-man teams are in the game, composed of 50 fighters. Kyo Kusanagi, Iori Yagami, Leona Heidern and Chang Koehan are now joined by Andy Bogard, Billy Kane, Ralf Jones, King, Angel and Kula Diamond.
A new story arc is also going to be introduced in the game.
Check out KOFXIV's PSX 2015 trailer below.
The game will be released exclusively for the PlayStation 4 at a still unannounced date in 2016.
Here comes a new challenger in Street Fighter V: F.A.N.G.
Introduced at the PlayStation Experience event in San Francisco, CA, F.A.N.G is the self-proclaimed second-in-command of Shadaloo. He introduces a gameplay mechanic new to the series: poison.
His V-Skill, Nishidoku, is a slow-moving poison projectile that damages opponents who come into contact with it. In his V-Trigger, Dokunomu, F.A.N.G releases a cloud of poison around his body, defending himself while at the same time damaging opponents who come close to him.
Check out his gameplay trailer below.