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Topic # 65610 4-Aug-2010 13:24
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Hi just thought I would start a discussion about Tekken 6 as I am a huge fan of this game (always have been) and regularly play Tekken 6 with my flatmate. 

I have become quite good at this game (modest I know), especially when using the Mishima fighting style martial arts.

The character's I use are as follows:

Kazuya Mishima - 2ND best

Devil Jin - 3rd best

Miguel - *My best character*

Amour King - 3rd best equal

So what character do you prefer to fight with?

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  Reply # 363656 5-Aug-2010 14:18
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Geez looks like there are no Tekken fans around..

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  Reply # 363687 5-Aug-2010 14:54
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I use the fat dude - don;t know his name.

Don't play that often, but he is my fave character and virtually unbeatable...




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  Reply # 363690 5-Aug-2010 14:59
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Haha Bob - yeah he is good I will admit, but I can usually clean him up with Miguel :)

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  Reply # 363695 5-Aug-2010 15:03
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Have all Tekkens except 6, will be getting it after I have done Red Dead to death. Have had a play though, my faves are still what they have been for a while = King, Brian and Lei. Won't really know if that changes until i have had a decent play with it.

I'm a bit miffed that you don't have to unlock all the characters at the start though - that's where a lot of arcade fun is and gives good practice on different characters and styles of playing.



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  Reply # 363709 5-Aug-2010 15:30
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Brian, King and Lei have all changed quite alot in previous Tekkens.

And as for unlockables - you can unlock special weapons for every character and also increase your rage meter for when your health bar has been depleted - very handy for when fighting online.

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  Reply # 363717 5-Aug-2010 15:38
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Which is part of the reason I haven't jumped out to buy. I don't have an internet connection at home(i'm going 100% mobile). Hence why Red Dead is good - single player is still a good way to play..

Hope Brian hasn't changed too much - He was the best! Especially in Tekken force. 



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  Reply # 363726 5-Aug-2010 15:50
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revolushn: Which is part of the reason I haven't jumped out to buy. I don't have an internet connection at home(i'm going 100% mobile). Hence why Red Dead is good - single player is still a good way to play..

Hope Brian hasn't changed too much - He was the best! Especially in Tekken force. 


Yeah online sucks up to much time.. Hence why me and my flatmate just play alot of two player vs battle.

I love playing a good single player game, haven't got in to Red Dead yet, still trying to finsh Wip3out HD Fury!

Brian is still pretty much the same, his fighting style hasn't changed much from kick-boxing.

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  Reply # 363730 5-Aug-2010 15:56
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I usually use Anna Williams, haven't played since Tekken 3 or 4 though, would be keen to try it again!!! just finishing off RDR first, 97% so far




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  Reply # 363738 5-Aug-2010 16:10
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vinnieg: 97% so far


Wow - that's impressive. RDR is a huuuge game.

Anna is alright haha but I like her sisiter better ;)

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