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Platforms Аркадные автоматы, Playstation, Playstation 2 (как часть режима "Аркадная история" в Tekken 5)
Release Date Аркадные автоматы
  • December 9, 1994


  • JPN March 1995
  • NA November 1995
  • EUR November 1995

Playstation Network

  • EUR May 2011
Arcade System Namco System 11
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Followed By Tekken 2
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Игровой процесс[edit]

Tekken differs from other hand-to-hand fighting games in some ways. Traditional fighting games are usually played with buttons which correspond to the strength of the attack, such as strong punch or weak kick. Tekken, however, dedicates a button to each limb of the fighter, making learning special attacks more of an intuitive process. The player could watch the animation on screen and figure out the appropriate command (if the character kicks low with their right leg, the move is likely to be executed by pressing down and right kick, or a similar variation).

By default, there will be two rounds of combat. However, the players have a choice from one to five rounds, as well as options for the time limit of each round. If the winning character retains all of his or her health without the time having run out, the announcer will say, "Perfect!" If the winning character is near knock out, the announcer will call, "Great!" Occasionally, both characters will be knocked out simultaneously, and the announcer will call "Double K.O." If the time limit for the round expires, the character with more health will be declared the winner. If one does not exist, the round will be a draw. In most cases, the announcer will call "K.O." when one character is victorious.

Boss characters are only selectable on the PlayStation version. On this version, the boss characters have received updated moves to differentiate from the eight default characters (excluding Paul, every character had a clone character on the arcade; the boss characters only had very few unique moves which were borrowed from other fighters, e.g. Wang's Heavy Power Punch), a move derived from Paul's Phoenix Smasher.


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A worldwide martial arts tournament is nearing its final, with a large purse of prize money to the fighter who can defeat Хэйхати Мисима in the final round of competition. The contest is sponsored by the giant financial group, the Мисима Дзайбацу.

There are eight fighters that remain after winning death matches all over the world. The winner of the tournament will receive The King of the Iron Fists title. Who will be the one to defeat Heihachi Mishima and take home the prize money and fame?






Оценки и мнения[edit]



Интро (аркадная версия)

Интро (консольная версия)



Интро (аркадная версия)

Интро (консольная версия)






Интересные факты[edit]

  • This is the only Tekken game where the sub bosses and final boss do not have an ending.
  • This is the only game in the series where Нина Уильямс fights barefoot.
  • On the arcade version, after selecting a fighter their facial expressions would change, similar to Virtua Fighter. The character's name is also announced upon character selection.
  • Дьявол Кадзуя is unlockable by beating the Galaga mini game that is playable before the actual game loads up.
  • This is the only game in the series that has identical music for every character's ending aside from Tekken Tag Tournament.
  • Миссис Ло can be seen in Yoshimitsu's ending.
  • This is the first time Форест Ло appeared, as a toddler in Yoshimitsu's ending.
  • Кинг ending uses real digitized children, a technique which would later be used again in his Tekken 2 ending.
  • On the PlayStation version, the Stadium stage has a big screen in the background reflecting the fight.
  • If a memory card with completed Tekken data inserted and the Tekken 3 disc inserted (with theatre mode unlocked) you can view the ending animations for Tekken. This also works for Tekken 2.
  • On Джек ending video, the machine connecting to Jack is named System 11, which is the name of the arcade hardware used by Tekken and Tekken 2.
  • With the exception of Ван, the boss characters' voices are identical to other characters.
  • The only boss characters to have their names announced are: Ван, Ли and Хэйхати. Армор Кинг, П.Джек and Дьявол Кадзуя use the same samples as their default characters, Кинг, Джек and Кадзуя Мисима respectively. With other characters, the announcer simply says You Win.
  • This game has 17 characters not counting Дьявол Кадзуя
  • Each stage's background music, with the exception of the Venezia stage, would later be recycled in Tekken 2. Some tracks also made a comeback in Tekken 4, including Venezia.
  • The intro featuring Кадзуя has remixed music on the PlayStation version, but cannot be changed to the original arcade music like the Хэйхати intro in Tekken 2.
  • Tekken is the only game in the series where Arcade Mode is actually faithful to the original arcade game, allowing the player to complete a time record without being stuck with default game settings. The player can even pause the game, play vs. matches and change characters upon losing, however selecting the latter will void any time records.
  • If Хэйхати is selected, he must face all of the boss characters, then face Дьявол Кадзуя at the end. The characters are in a fixed order: Кунимицу, Кума, Ван, Ганрю, Ли, П.Джек, Армор Кинг, Анна then Дьявол Кадзуя.
  • You can listen to all the game music with a CD Player.
  • The cover has a blue figure in addition to the 8 default playable characters. Based on certain artwork showing more of the cover, it would appear to be a version of П.Джек.
  • This is the only Tekken to have all fighting locations to be outside.