Tekken: Blood Vengeance

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Tekken: Blood Vengeance Official Poster.

Tekken: Blood Vengeance is a 2011 Japanese 3D computer-animated film based on the Tekken video game series, written by Dai Satō, directed by Yoichi Mori, produced by Digital Frontier and distributed by Asmik Ace Entertainment in association with Bandai Entertainment.


The plot, which takes place in an alternate storyline[1] between the events of Tekken 5 and Tekken 6, begins with Anna Williams setting up a decoy for her sister, Nina Williams, who is currently working with the new head of the Mishima Zaibatsu, Jin Kazama. Anna, on the other hand, works for Jin's father, Kazuya Mishima and its rival organization, G Corporation. Both are seeking information about a student named Shin Kamiya, and Anna dispatches as a Chinese student Ling Xiaoyu to act as a spy, while Jin sends humanoid robot Alisa Bosconovitch for a similar purpose.

During their investigation, Xiaoyu and Alisa form a friendship, although they are forced to turn against one another when Shin is captured by an unknown assailant. It is here that Alisa is revealed to be a robot - although Alisa believes she possesses human qualities after she spares Xiaoyu's life. After coming to terms with each other, Xiaoyu is abandoned by Anna and G Corporation, and the two girls flee from their previous organizations, taking refuge in their teacher, Lee Chaolan's mansion.

Xiaoyu and Alisa eventually discover genetic experiments had been done on Shin and his classmates, and believe that the Mishima family is seeking Shin, the sole survivor, and M gene subject, for his immortality. The pair discover that this had in fact, been an elaborate plan engineered by Heihachi Mishima. After Heihachi kills Shin by breaking his spine, he, Kazuya and Jin engaged in a three-way brawl. Ultimately, Jin is the victor, utilizing his devil powers. Heihachi then unleashes the ancient spirits of the Mokujins, but is defeated by a final burst of attack by Alisa. Jin then leaves, telling Xiaoyu that he awaits a future challenge.

The film ends with Alisa and Xiaoyu back at their school's festival with the pair planning to enter the next King of Iron Fist Tournament.


The trailer shows some of the characters that are going to be featured in the movie with the Japanese and English voice cast that Harada confirmed.

Other characters:


International 3D Awards Lumiere Japan 2012

4th Annual 3D Creative Arts Awards

  • International Jury Prize (Japan)[3]


Japanese Teaser Trailer English Teaser Trailer Japanese Trailer
English Trailer Xiaoyu & Panda Xiaoyu and Alisa's fight scene
Japanese Trailer (3D Version) Kayo Sato Interview Opening (Japanese)
Opening (English)


Marketing Images

Tekken: Blood Vengeance

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