Tekken 4 (2002) by Namco Bandai This character is the most overpowered character ever in the Tekken series. Just to point out, all the tournaments in tekken 4 actually had their top 8 like this, from rank 1-8: Jin Jin Jin Jin Steve Nina Jin Kazuya. it was truly rediculous. but why? because his damage output is unmatched, his juggling is unmatched, his is somewhat safe on most of his moves, he is fast (the only new Jin that is actually considered fast), is very powerful at the wall, has a parry from which you can follow up some really hurting combo's, and just doesnt really have any big weaknesses. perhaps his only downsides is that some of his best moves are slower then average, but that would be about it. despite this, i dont place him top tier together with steve and nina. why? because even though top tier is meant for the best characters in the game, Jin also just straight up outshines the other 2 best characters in the game by a too large margin to put them in the same tier. so just because of that, Jin will get his own tier, called the Jin Tier. it is funny to note that after tekken 4, jin was somewhat deathnerfed into oblivion in the next 3 games (tekken 5, tekken5:DR and tekken 6) that just straight up made him low tier and in tekken 6 even contested for top 3 worst characters in the game. Tekken tag 2 is the first game where he is worth it to play again in my opinion, where he makes it to mid-high tier on my list.
Tier Rating: Jin Tier Difficulty: Medium
Weird stuff: nerf: an update that made something less powerful then before.
PS: this ending is the true ending of tekken 4.
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Tekken 4 (鉄拳4 Tekken Fō) is the fourth main installment in the Tekken video game franchise, and...