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Name Jack-6
Origin Unknown2.png Unknown
Voiced By Banjō Ginga
Fighting Style Power Fighting / Sheer Force
Age 1 year (T6/T6:BR)
Blood Type Oil
Height 235 cm (7' 9")
Weight 210 kg (463 lbs)
Occupation Unknown
Hobby Unknown
Likes Fighting, Jane, and Kazuya Mishima
Dislikes NANCY-MI847J


Jack-6 first appeared in Tekken 6 and returned for Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Tekken Revolution. Jack-6 was first shown in the official trailer for Tekken 6 ([1]), where it was shown fighting Asuka Kazama, Bryan Fury, and Zafina. It was also shown being heavily customized in the trailer. The model was previously unspecified, but it was later confirmed to be Jack-6 ([2]). However, it was also once thought to be Jack-5 ([3]). He was also thought to have been the Jack robot partnered with Bryan before the release of the DLC in Street Fighter X Tekken. Later it was revealed to be a prototype in between him and Jack-5 called JACK-X.

Other Jacks: Prototype JackJackJack-2Gun JackJack-4Jack-5JACK-XJack-7

Games in order of appearance:

*Enemy in The Mishima Saga


Tekken 6

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Character Portrait: Jack-6 Tekken 6
Tekken 6 screenshot: Jack-6 VS Jack-6


Where its predecessor, Jack-5, was able to shoot live rounds via its arms, Jack-6 is instead able to extend its arms with explosive force to attain a similar effect


Prologue (In-Game Text)
Jane successfully restored Jack-5's memory. It was not long until the Mishima Zaibatsu decided to make their own "Jack" model, which was ten times the power of Jack-5. The new G Corporation leader, Kazuya Mishima, also demanded a new "Jack" model, eventually creating Jack-6. They decided to put it into The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6 to destroy the Mishima Zaibatsu.
Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
Jane is looking for Jack-6 through what seems like a warehouse and finally discovers Jack, who has done modifications on itself, now sporting various tools. Jane is wondering in disbelief what it has done to itself while Jack-6 looks rather pleased with his handiwork.


  • In the Scenario Campaign of Tekken 6, Jack-6 is a boss at Container Terminal 3.
  • Jack-6's Stage 1 and Stage 2 opponents in Scenario Campaign's "Arena" mode are Alisa Bosconovitch and Heihachi Mishima.
  • Jack-6's dialogue in the Scenario Campaign mode mainly consists of the orders it is given (written in parenthesis and all capital letters), spoken in a manner reminiscent of "Hulk Speak". It always refers to itself in third person, and it never uses any articles. It identifies humans as "biologicals" and animals as "primitive biologicals". Jack-6 also states that it loves fighting on many occasions.
  • There is a ghost data of Jack-6 named after the Tekken Bancho.

Tekken 7

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Jack-6 reappears in Tekken 7, along with various models of itself throughout The Mishima Saga.

Spin-Off's and Related games

Tekken Tag Tournament 2

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Jack-6 CG art.
Jack-6 teaming with Bryan Fury.

Jack-6 is featured as a playable character in Tekken Tag Tournament 2.


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Story (From Wii U Edition)

After Jack-5 finished collecting combat data, he was returned to the G Corporation's research facility and underwent Jane's advanced combat algorithm research. The G Corporation went to war with the Mishima Zaibatsu, and sent out mass-produced JACK units around the world. Unconfirmed reports came in of a Mishima-build JACK clone robot build for large-scale massacre. Jane could not stand her JACK being imitated, so she sent in the more advanced model JACK-6 in order to investigate the truth behind the rumors[1].

Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)

An asteroid is reported to be with a collision course with Earth, which is believed to cause large-scale damage. As many people in a city evacuate, Jack-6 begins scanning the asteroid before flying off to it with the help of a rocket backpack. Flying into space, Jack-6 initially attempts to push away the asteroid with the help of his backpack, but, as it fails to hinder the asteroid's movement, Jack-6 instead begins punching the asteroid repeatedly. With his first set of punches dealing little damage, Jack-6 moves back before charging in once again and punches the asteroid with both arms. While the attack causes major damage to the asteroid and causes it to shatter into multiple pieces, the recoil of the attack ends up severely damaging Jack-6 and destroying his right arm. The people of the city later return to witness the asteroid shards, along with Jack-6, burn up over the atmosphere.


  • He has a special throw with Alisa where he will lift the opponent up and throw in the air and from there he and Alisa will fire projectiles on the opponent in mid-air [4]
  • He has a special tag throw with Bryan. He lifts the Opponent up for Ground Zero and throws the opponent into Bryan's Neck Throw.
  • His item move has him attempt to shoot rockets at his opponent, but since it fails he instead charges straight for the opponent.
  • He has a special continue screen with Alisa, where the two will perform multiple "Digital Hans Headslide".
  • He has a special continue screen with Heihachi, where Jack will attempt to fly away, only to planted to the ground by Heihachi's "Demon Axe Kick" and is hit by two "Geta Stomp"s

Tekken Revolution

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Jack-6 alongside the other seven starting characters.
Jack-6 facing off against King.

Jack-6 is featured in the free-to-play online game Tekken Revolution, as one of the starting eight characters. As with the rest of the cast, his appearance and moveset are carried over directly from Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

Special Art/Critical Arts

Dumptruck: d/f+3+4.
Jackhammer: f,F+1.
Rocket Kick: f,F+4.
Debugger: HCF+1.
Killing Uppercut: WS+1.


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