Tekken is the live-action film based on the Tekken series. The film follows Jin Kazama trying to avenge the death of his mother .Learning that Kazuya and Heihachi are his father and grandfather and learning more about his mother's past. The film was released on DVD in March 6, 2010 in Japan. The UK DVD and Blu-ray release was on April 5, 2010. Anchor Bay Entertainment will release the film on DVD in America. In its opening weekend in Asia, it made $8,750,100 and $20,871,350 in its opening week.
In the year of 2039, after World Wars destroy much of civilization as we know it, territories are no longer run by governments, but by corporations; the mightiest of which is the Tekken, which controls North America. In order to placate the seething masses of this dystopia, Mishima sponsors the King of Iron Fist Tournament - in which fighters battle until one is left standing, who in turn will receive a lifetime of stardom and wealth.
Jin Kazama, a rebellious teenage street fighter, witnesses the death of his mother Jun during the Mishima Zaibatsu's crackdown on insurgents in Tekken City's slum area of Anvil. In the ruins of his former home, he finds a Tekken Fighter I.D. among his late mother's belongings. Intrigued, as his mother was a staunch anti-Tekken activist who warned him to stay away from the tournament, he sets off to the Open Fights, which allow the masses in Anvil to pick a fighter for the tournament. After defeating the disgraced fighter Marshall Law, Jin gains sponsorship from former boxer Steve Fox and is hailed by the masses as "The People's Choice".
Upon entering the heart of Tekken City, Jin meets and befriends female mixed martial artist Christie Monteiro. Jin wins his first match against Miguel Caballero Rojo, nearly killing him in a fit of rage. Later that night, after sneaking out with Christy and visiting a nightclub where they flirt and bond, Jin is attacked by the twin assassin sisters Anna and Nina Williams (who are also taking part in the tournament), who are acting on the orders of Kazuya Mishima, son of the Zaibatsu's chairman Heihachi Mishima. Kazuya also schemes to overtake Tekken Corp from his father. Jin survives the assassination attempt, thanks to Christie's interference. Steve and Christie both attempt to dissuade Jin from continuing in the tournament, as his life is in danger. Against their wishes, Jin vows to win Iron Fist and kill Heihachi. Meanwhile, Kazuya blackmails the martial artist Bryan Fury into killing Jin in a match or be exposed as a Cyborg, effectively banning him from the tournament for life.
During the quarter-finals, Jin is matched up against the mysterious swordsman Yoshimitsu. Heihachi taking a shine to this young fighter, deems that this match be reserved for the semi-finals and attempts to change the order. He is stopped by Kazuya, who has gained control of the Jacks. Kazuya then has Heihachi imprisoned and orders the match to begin, effectively seizing control of Tekken Corp. Jin narrowly defeats Yoshimitsu, thanks to Heihachi tripping a security alert in the arena. Following the match, Kazuya orders all of the fighters to be detained. He tells the fighters that the rules have changed, wherein they must fight to the death in order to advance. Along with Raven and Heihachi, Jin, Christie and Steve launch an escape. Raven is recaptured, but the rest make it out to Anvil.
When the fighters find a hideout, Heihachi reveals to Jin the true nature of his origin, explaining that many years ago, Kazuya raped Jun and attempted to kill her. He took her out of Tekken to keep her alive. Heihachi also states that now Jin can become the next chairman of Tekken Corp and that its true purpose was to restore order to the chaos-ridden world and help the people rise again. He entrusts Jin to defeat Kazuya, but soon after, the group is recaptured and Kazuya orders the Jacks to execute Heihachi.
Back into the tournament, a bruised Jin is forced to fight against Bryan in the finals while Kazuya holds Christie captive in the control room. After a bloody struggle, Jin triumphs, killing the cyborg. Angered, Kazuya himself comes down to fight, wielding two axes. The weaponless Jin is battered, but is saved when Christy escapes, shooting the Jacks guarding her and creating a distraction. This allows Jin to wound and pin down Kazuya to the ground,altough he stops himself from killing him. Christy comes down to the stage and declares Jin the new Iron Fist Champion. Elated, the Crowd both in and outside the arena cheer for him. He walks out and, in a scene remniscent of Tekken 5, he is saluted by the Jacks - symbolizing his role as the new CEO of Tekken Corp. Jin walks the streets of Anvil, a crowd follows him. A voice over from Cristie explains that Jin's victory made his name synonymous with hope amongst his people in the Anvil, but that the true legacy of Tekken is only beginning.
In a short scene after the credits, Kazuya walks by the holding cells back at the arena, wounded. The scene shifts back to Heihachi's execution. A Jack has Heihachi kneel at gunpoint. His final words are:"My name is Mishima Heihachi. I...am...Tekken. You WILL obey." The Jack lowers it's gun in a sign of obedience. Heihachi looks on, ready to take back his empire.
In the DVD version, there was a setting for the English and Japanese dub.