Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (2005)

Video Game   |  Action, Fantasy, Sci-Fi


Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (2005) Poster

After Heihachi Mishima is presumed dead in a mysterious Explosion at Hon Maru a new King of Iron fist tournament is announced by a powerful new threat while Jin Kazama seeks his own destiny.


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Directors:

Katsuhiro Harada , Haruki Suzaki

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27 January 2009 | shadowman123
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Tekken: Dark Ressurction was Tekken 5 realised for the PSP , and I am glad to report that yesterday I checked it out and I was very very impressed with the it. If your looking to get into Tekken then this would however be a lovely place to start as you have a whole host of players to chose from and also not to mention 2 extra new ones. If your a fan of Tekken then this little beaut is defiantly one to purchase and take away with you ! My only complaint might be that it is still another fighting game at the end of the day and it may get a little repetitive at the end of the day but an engrossing story line is worth checking it out for and each character ending is something different and worth checking out ! Highly recommended!

TEKKEN: DARK RESSURICTION - 8.9 OUT OF 10

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Genres

Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

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Release Date:

25 July 2006

Language

English, Japanese, Korean, Mandarin


Country of Origin

Japan

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Budget:

JPY900,000,000 (estimated)

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