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    Tekken 2

    Game » consists of 10 releases. Released Aug 03, 1995

    The sequel to Namco's original 3D fighting game adds new characters and a variety of new moves and unique attacks.

    Short summary describing this game.

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    Tekken 2 is a 3D fighting game developed and released by Namco for arcades (running the PS1-based Namco System 11 hardware) in August 1995. A console port was released for the Sony PlayStation on March 1996 (in Japan), August 1996 (in North America), and October 1996 (in Europe).

    Set two years after the events of the original Tekken (where Kazuya Mishima defeats his father Heihachi in the first King of Iron Fist Tournament and becomes the new CEO of the Mishima Zaibatsu), the cold and ruthless Kazuya forms another King of Iron Fist Tournament to draw out and rid his enemies (namely Heihachi) once and for all.


    The game includes 10 playable characters and 14 hidden opponents (15 if couting Kazuya's "Devil" form as a unique character), bringing the roster to 24/25 characters. Unlike the previous game, all characters can be used in the Arcade version (after unlocking them with cheat codes). In the console versions, characters can only be unlocked after certain conditions.

    In the arcade version, the operator can decide whether to have Jun or Baek enabled for the default roster (with the other character remaining hidden). The console version only has Jun enabled from the start.

    New Additions

    Tekken 2's characters
    Tekken 2's characters

    Returning Characters


    • Morning Fields - Jun Kazama's stage
    • Serene Forest - Yoshimitsu's stage
    • Athens, Greece - Nina Williams stage
    • Great Wall - Marshall Law's stage
    • Pagoda Temple - Heihachi Mishima's stage
    • New York - Paul Phoenix's stage
    • Factory Plant in Akibahara - Jack-2's stage
    • Church Sanctuary - King's stage
    • Arizona Desert - Michelle Chang's stage
    • Hong Kong Rooftops - Lei Wulong's stage
    • Szechwan Fields - Wang Jinrei's stage
    • Cambodian Wetlands - Kunimitsu's stage
    • Taj Mahal - Anna Williams' stage
    • Korean Temple - Beak Doo San's stage
    • Chicago Launch Pad - Lee Chaolan's stage
    • Acropolis - Kuma's stage
    • London Ruins - Prototype Jack's stage
    • Nowhere Desert - Armour King's stage
    • Kyoto at Sunset - Ganryu's stage
    • Grand Canyon - Bruce Irvin's stage
    • Eternal Darkness - Kazuya Mishima's stage
    • Mirror Darkness - Devil/Angel stage
    • Beach - Roger's stage
    • Acropolis - Alex's stage

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