By Quinton Miles
Namco announced this morning that [i]Tekken 5[/i] is making its way to consoles early next year. Reknowned for its variety of characters, graphics, and fast gameplay, [i]Tekken 5[/i] aims to bring everything fans love while bringing a fighting experiencing that’s never been seen before.
“Tekken 5 will propel gamers of all ages to the next level in the fighting genre,” said Yoshi Niki, Business Unit Director with Namco Hometek Inc. “With Tekken 5’s completely new fighting engine, customizable characters and interactive environments, no fighting game fan will want to be without it.”
[i]Tekken 5[/i] will be a PlayStation 2 exclusive when it comes stateside next year.
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