Gun Jack

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Name Gun Jack
Origin Unknown2.png Unknown
Voiced By Banjō Ginga
Fighting Style Power Fighting
Age 7 (T3, TTT)
Blood Type None, Plutonium is used in replacement
Height 220 cm (7' 3")
Weight 170 kg (375 lbs)
Occupation None
Hobby Weapons training
Likes Self analysis and Jane
Dislikes Scrap-metal factories, the Tekken Force, and Doctor Abel

Introduction

Gun Jack is a character in the Tekken fighting game series. Gun Jack appears in Tekken 3 as well as the spin-offs Tekken Tag Tournament and Tekken Advance. The last two games are non-canonical to the main storyline. During Ganryu's absence in Tekken 3, Gun Jack took some of his unique moves (such as Sumo Stomp). Gun Jack's successor, Jack-5, does not have the unique Ganryu moves that Gun Jack had. Doctor Abel also tried to destroy this Jack robot, using the same method he used to destroy Jack-2, but he failed because Gun Jack generated a force field that protected himself and his creator Jane. Gun Jack also protected Jane when the Tekken Force attacked her inside Mishima Zaibasu Heavy Industries.

His title in the original trilogy is Disordered Killing Monster.

Other Jacks: Prototype JackJackJack-2Jack-4Jack-5Jack-6Jack-7JACK-X

Games in order of appearance:


History

Tekken 3

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Character Portrait: Gun Jack Tekken 3
Tekken 3 screenshot: Gun Jack VS Gun Jack

Gameplay

During Ganryu's absence in Tekken 3, Gun Jack took some of his unique moves (such as Sumo Stomp) and also gains a WR+3 side kick.

Story

Prologue (Manual)
Jack-2 is reborn... When Jane, now a physicist, was eight years old, she was rescued from a bacteriological war by the Russian military robot Jack-2. However, Jack-2 was later destroyed by a satellite weapon as Jane, still a young girl, watched in horror. Jane, now 27, could not forget the nightmare of Jack-2 having collapsed beside her. She spent 10 years restoring Jack-2 to 90% functionality, but it seemed to have lost the human characteristics that set it apart from Jack. Jane worked hard analyzing the program in order to return to Jack-2 the gentle soul which had saved her life. Through detailed analysis, she found that most of Jack-2's programming was created by Mishima Industries, one of the subsidiaries of the Mishima Zaibatsu. Moreover, she discovered a hidden program... 'Project Gun Jack'. It laid the groundwork for a new weapon, a pivot gun. In order to restore Jack-2 completely, Jane had to approach the Mishima Zaibatsu and solve the mystery of the project. She quickly installed the hidden program and brought the newly dubbed Gun Jack to the Mishima Zaibatsu.
Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
A computer with the words "King of Iron Fist Tournament" and a picture of Gun Jack are shown. Jane smiles as Gun Jack awakens. Gun Jack puts Jane on his shoulder and the two go outside. A satelite image closes in on Gun Jack and Jane, revealing Doctor Abel watching Gun Jack and Jane from the image. The satelite then fires a laser at Gun Jack's location, fortunately, Gun Jack is able to block the attack with a force-field, and the two survive.

Trivia

  • In Tekken 3, Gun Jack is available after beating the game three times.
  • Gun Jack's bosses in the Tekken Force side game in Tekken 3 are (in order of appearance) itself, Yoshimitsu, Bryan Fury, and Heihachi Mishima.
  • Gun Jack rivals in Tekken Card Challenge are Julia Chang, Bryan Fury and Anna Williams.
  • An upgraded Gun Jack appears in Devil Within, a side game in Tekken 5 who is now capable of firing powerful projectiles.
  • To view Gun Jack's full Tekken 3 ending, you have to beat the game with him twice. Beat the game with him just once and his ending will finish straight after the beam hits Gun Jack and Jane. If you complete the game again, then the second part shows that Gun Jack erected a force field to protect him and Jane.
  • Gun Jack has an alternative ending, along with Ling Xiaoyu.

Spin-Offs and Related Games

Tekken Tag Tournament

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Tekken Tag Tournament Gun Jack

Gameplay

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Story

Tekken Tag Tournament is a non-canonical Tekken game containing no plot.

Ending (Unofficial Synopsis)
Gun Jack and Jack-2 practice their moves together. The moves that they perform look like the moves that they can perform during gameplay (such as "Double Axe", "High and Low Cross Cut", and "Cossack Kicks"). The video ends with both of them performing their "Cossack Kicks" with their backs facing the screen. This ending takes place in King's stage.

Trivia

  • He has a special tag throw with Jack-2, done by pressing 2+4 and tagging out. This results in Gun Jack lifting his opponent up over his head and tossing them into Jack-2's hands, who then proceeds to give him or her a Back Breaker. Since the two share the same 2+4 throw, this move can also be done with Jack-2 tagging out to Gun Jack.
  • If partnered up with Bryan Fury, if you launch the opponent with d+1+2 and tag out, Bryan can land a Fisherman's Slam on a mid-air opponent by pressing 2 with the right timing (this also works with Jack-2).



Tekken Advance

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Tekken Advance screenshot: Gun Jack VS Gun Jack

Gameplay

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Story

Tekken Advance is a non-canonical Tekken game containing no plot

Trivia

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Videos

Character Trivia

  • Gun Jack appears in the Devil Within side game from Tekken 5. He is the final boss of Level 1. This is a modified version and it can fire powerful projectile attacks. It is unknown if his appearance or Devil Within itself is canonical or not.

Character Relationships

Notes