The King of the Iron Fist Tournament unsurprisingly makes its way to current-gen consoles, now that we know Tekken 7 isn't going to be an arcade exclusive.
It's battle of the unkillable bad guys as Heihachi and Kazuya go Revenge of the Sith/Street Fighter IV and start fighting in a volcano during Tekken 7's cinematic intro.
The Evolution Championship Series is known for bringing together the best fighting game masters the world has to offer. This year, arcade cabinets are officially joining the fray.
If you have a preferred side of the screen to fight on, then Tekken 7's newest feature will make you very, very happy.
Bandai Namco Games has been hard at work making Tekken 7 and it has had no shortage in character releases.
This delicious new trailer for Tekken 7 features some of your old faves clashing in beautiful 1080p HD and 60 frames per second.
If you need a little more salt in your day, look no further than Katsuhiro Harada, chief developer of the Tekken series' response to fan's mixed review of Tekken 7's new character, Lucky Chloe.
Say hello to Tekken 7's newest fighter, Lucky Chloe. While that outfit suggests she could have been in the Dead or Alive series, we assure you, her brawling skills belong at the King of the Iron Fist tournament.
We're heading back into the King of the Iron Fist tournament with some of the greatest graphics the fighting game genre has ever seen in Tekken 7.
Meet Catalina, a fiery, Latina fighter joining Heihachi and the rest of the gang in Tekken 7.