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Story Of Takken 5

Mere moments after Jin's departure from Hon-Maru (which was the canonical ending from theprequel), helicopters start to approach the Dojo. The noise wakes Heihachi and Kazuya up, and moments later, a squadron of Jack-4's burst through the walls. The Jack-4's target Heihachi and Kazuya, and Kazuya immediately deduces that they have been sent by G Corporation, who no longer need Kazuya and now want him dead.

Heihachi and Kazuya team up to fight the Jack-4s, and bring down scores of the androids together. But Heihachi starts to lose his strength. Kazuya takes advantage of this, and throws his father into the Jack-4's, who pile up on him while Kazuya morphs into his Devil form and escapes in triumph. Seconds later, Hon-Maru blows up. The only witness to the blast is a mysterious agent clad in black, known as Raven, who declares Heihachi dead into his communicator. Raven is attacked by a Jack-4, which he swiftly slices in half.
The next day, Heihachi's death is declared all over the world (unknown to everyone, Heihachi is still alive), and everyone foresees the end of the Mishima Zaibatsu. However, someone else has already taken over the company and business continues as usual. Two months later, the King of Iron Fist Tournament 5 is announced.
Meanwhile, Jin Kazama's Devil Gene is going berserk, and he decides to search for the one responsible for the change by entering the tournament. Kazuya also enters to find out exactly who in G Corporation sent the Jack-4's to kill him, and take his revenge.
As Jin and Kazuya progress through the tournament, the secret sponsor is finally revealed: Jinpachi Mishima, the father of Heihachi and who has been missing for the past fifty years. As it turns out, Jinpachi is the founder of the Mishima Zaibatsu and was a respected martial arts master until his greedy son, Heihachi, stole the company from him and had him imprisoned underneath Hon-Maru after Jinpachi attempted a Coup d'état (Heihachi was steering the company into the military industry, something Jinpachi believed was not right). Jinpachi died soon afterwards of starvation, until the Devil took over his mind and granted him immortality (as well as a Devil Gene), and Jinpachi was finally freed from his prison when the Jack-4's destroyed Hon-Maru. As of now, the Devil Gene is slowly consuming Jinpachi's mind, and Jinpachi has announced the tournament in hopes that someone will kill him and put an end to his reign of terror before it even starts.
In the end, Jin makes it to the final, and faces his Devil-powered great-grandfather in combat. Ultimately, Jin manages to defeat Jinpachi, who dissolves into dust and disappears, his wish fulfilled. Jin is now the new owner of the Mishima Zaibatsu.


Tekken 5 is credited for taking the series back to its roots. It incorporates a faster, more fluid fighting system, improved graphics, returning characters, and some of the Tekken series' trademark infinite stages. New to Tekken 5 is the crush system which affects the vulnerability of a character while they attack. For example, a move with jumping properties, such as a hopkick, will be completely invulnerable during most of its animation time to all of an opponent's low attacks.
It also retains its wall juggling concept from Tekken 4, but the element is effectively less easy to abuse and easier to defend against. The home version is a collector's edition of sorts, as it includes the arcade versions of TekkenTekken 2Tekken 3 and StarBlade (as a hidden game). Tekken 5 also allowed players to customize their fighter for the first time, allowing them to change the colors of their outfits, buy additional costumes (only available to a few characters), and equip them with items by using money gained from playing the Story, Survival, Time Attack, the side-story Devil Within, and Arcade Battle modes.
Tekken 5 includes a fighting minigame in direct lineage to the Tekken Force modes in Tekken 3 and Tekken 4 called Devil Within. This minigame follows the adventures of Jin Kazama as he searches the G Corporation in search for information on his missing mother and other answers. Being somewhat story oriented, the player is not permitted to use their own choice of characters like previous iterations. The game also uses a limited button system, incorporating a Block and Jump button as well as sizing down the attack buttons to simple "Punch" and "Kick" buttons (though, some of Jin's fighting special moves can still be performed such as his Demon's Paw). Along with fighting variousJack models in the mini-game, the player must pursue minor key quests to proceed. This mode is one of the two ways to unlock the playable version of Jin's Devil incarnation, Devil Jin.

Character roster

Returning characters

  • Anna Williams (unlockable)
  • Baek Doo San (unlockable)
  • Bruce Irvin (unlockable)
  • Bryan Fury
  • Christie Monteiro
  • Craig Marduk
  • Eddy Gordo (acts as a costume change for Christie)
  • Ganryu (unlockable)
  • Heihachi Mishima (unlockable)
  • Hwoarang
  • Jin Kazama
  • Julia Chang
  • Kazuya Mishima
  • King II
  • Kuma II (unlockable)
  • Lee Chaolan
  • Lei Wulong
  • Ling Xiaoyu
  • Marshall Law
  • Mokujin (unlockable)
  • Nina Williams
  • Panda (acts as a costume change for Kuma)
  • Paul Phoenix
  • Steve Fox
  • Wang Jinrei (unlockable)
  • Yoshimitsu

New Characters

  • Asuka Kazama
  • Devil Jin (unlockable, sub-boss)
  • Feng Wei
  • Jack-5
  • Jinpachi Mishima (final boss, unplayable)
  • Raven
  • Roger Jr. (unlockable)


Character voices

In Tekken 5, the developers had some of the characters speak in their native languages; Korean (Hwoarang and Baek Doo San) andMandarin (Wang Jinrei and Feng Wei) were added to Japanese and EnglishSteve Fox has his own English accent, albeit a rather generic one. Lee Chaolan also speaks in Japanese, as opposed to English in Tekken 4.

Flat-floored levels

The raised and lowered sections of floors featured in the Tekken 4 levels were removed for the fifth installment. This change made gameplay throughout each stage generally similar, aside from wall placements.

Other level design alterations

In addition to removing the uneven nature of the Tekken 4 styled stages, the design team returned to the style of stages from previous games by having some stages without barriers by allowing them to be infinitely scrolling. For walled stages, the fights take place in fairly symmetrical boxes without any uneven walls (again, removing a feature introduced in Tekken 4). Floors could also crack after one of the characters hit it hard enough. Only one part of a stage can be cracked at a time, however.

Gameplay Mechanics

Other changes over the Tekken 4 design included the removal of the positional change techniques (throws were once again controlled by combinations of LP+LK or RP+RK instead of designating LP+LK as a position switch maneuver; only Steve Fox was given a position change attack), bringing back traditional air combat (Tekken 4 removed back and vertical leaps in favor of a more fluid 3D combat model) and using a juggle system more akin to Tekken 3 as opposed to the 4th game's less juggle-friendly gameplay. The fighters were also forced to remain stationary prior to the round beginning (Tekken 4 allowed the fighters to move freely before the opening of a round, fitting in with the more position-based gameplay of that game).

Devil Within mode

The single biggest change is 'Devil Within' mode. This is the fourth installment in the 'Tekken Force' series (the first 2 installments can be found in Tekken 3 and Tekken 4 respectively. The 3rd installment was released as the separate Death by Degrees video game). Similar toDeath by Degrees, 'Devil Within' focuses solely on one playable character, Jin Kazama. This is a traditional platform game in which players must guide Jin through a series of labyrinth style levels and entire enemy armies. This mode features bosses, such as True Ogre (from Tekken 3), who is not playable in Tekken 5.

Bonus Arcade Games

The opening loading screen features a few seconds from a video game based on an early 3-D Namco space flyer StarBlade. Like with Galagain the PlayStation version of the original Tekken, players can control the space ship in the demo. Pressing START prompts Tekken 5 to load. However, this game can be unlocked for full play in Arcade History mode.
In addition, players can also play the Arcade versions of the first 3 Tekken games. Each game comes with an option to use only the default characters, or use the bosses and sub-bosses too. Console only characters are not featured.

Critical response

Tekken 5 was met with mainly positive critical response. Among these positive responses are the reviews from GameSpot and IGN, which gave Tekken 5 a 9.2/10 and 9.3/10 respectively. Tekken 5 has a score of 89% on Game Rankings  and a score of 88% on Metacritic.Tekken 5 also has a score of 89% on Wazap.
The game's critical praise was matched with commercial success. As of July 2009, Tekken 5 has sold around 6 million copies.

Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection

Character Selection (Game Watch).
Currently available in the arcades, the PSP and the PlayStation 3 (via the PlayStation Network)Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection is an update of Tekken 5. It was officially announced at the 2005 JAMMA AM Show but news of it leaked slightly beforehand. Unlike Tekken 5.1 which merely tried to balance Tekken 5Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection adds a host of new content.


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