Tekken 6 gameplay footage via GameTrailers.
Despite his appearance Bob sure can move.
Im pretty sure ive seen bob kick someone 2x to the chest and back flip off said chest.
Appearances can be deceiving.
This is still Japan making fun of Americans.
In the same way Nina can kick Jack off his feet in one move... Tekken aint about realism foo!
I want to dress "Bob" up like Robert Paulsen - bare torso, black pants. Then we wouldn't have to go to support groups for "Men With Testicular Cancer"...
Bob is sure fast for a guy his size. Is he a new character?if not which series did he first appear in?
yup, hes new.
edit: those waves in the background are sweet.
I thought they meant Hwaorang at first, then I remembered. Bob = Fat Ken!! I just saw him do a shoryuken. I must say though, the game is looking better, at first it looked JUST like Dark Resurrection.
that bob is cool and loving the naruto style music
bob reminds me of samo hung. That guy could do a lot of stuff many smaller people couldn't. Check him out in prodigal son EDIT: cheers, I grew up on that stuff
Agreed and bubbled for Kung Fu movie knowledge.
Check him and Donnie Yen in Killzone aka Saat Po Lang
Bubbles and agree for you too Spike, I bought that about 8 months ago. It started off slow but then the Donnie Yen I knew kicked in and it was sweet.
like a fat dude can move that much without going out of breath.
Linemen and centers do it all the time.
A center IS a linemen.
Frame rate looks sh1t. Could be the vid.
the announcers voice is fugly
kudos indeed for your kung fu knowledge actually namco purposely based bob off ov samo.
damn bob sure can move
As much as I love Tekken it looks like a minor upgrade as far as graphics go.
I was hopeing they would make levels more destructable and multiple area to levels like DOA. I think T6 will look better then VF5 and DOA4 though.
Perhaps Dead or Alive 4 but Virtua Fighter 5? Seriously?
its not in hd go and look at it in hd
Another stereotype knocked out. Kudos to Namco. Now many people can actually feel like their in the game.
i like how the wood floors break when someone gets knocked down.
This was available in the last Tekken on the PS2, but just like the PS2 the floor get fixed by it self after a while which is a shame for a new-gen game (unless they fix this).
or are all these fighters just starting to look the same?
I believe Bob is the new fan favorite.
i was shocked to see him pull stuff off like that... i also gotta say, the graphics have certainly been improved as well, and the animations have gotten much tighter.. i only hope it's response system has been improved as well.. and that for online we get what we call dedicated servers
Check em out.
I'm loving the rage system. Can't wait for this.
That's the way I see it ( I'm not American BTW)
I'm american and don't think they are. They have already have several americans in tekken like Paul, nina, anna so why should i get offended over this? I guess ganryu is making fun of the japanese or sumo wrestlers? Its obvous. Tekken takes real fighting styles. Law is like bruce lee. Lei is like jackie chan. Bruce is muy tai, and bob is now like samu hung.
I guess i underestimated him...Anna still whooped his ass tho. GOD I WANT THIS! NOW!
What the hell is The Mart doing in this game??
It’s about time we have more information about this game. Come on Namco you can do it.
This game looks absolutely terrible.
She's wearing too much clothes.
Looks really bad, animations still suck. Im only getting this game if i'll get paid to play it.
I used to love teken series on ps2, but this is a big dissapointment. There`s nothing nextgen about it. The gfx are bellow average and the way the fighters move is awfull, the transition between one move and the next is so lastgen. I would expect more now with more power. And the way that hits connect?! There should be more detailed, like in Fight Night. I love fighting games but common, this is garbage.
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