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Developer: Namco Bandai
Publisher: Namco Bandai
Producer: Katsuhiro Harada
Platform: iOS, Android
Release date:

October 29, 2013

Genre: Free-to-Play, Social, Mobile, MMORPG
Mode: Online Multiplayer
Distribution: Digital Distribution
Current Version: 1.0.7

Tekken Arena is a free-to-play MMORPG published by Namco Bandai Games and was released on iOS and Android on October 29, 2013.

Description

The international conglomerate, G-Corporation is holding MMA competitions across the globe in order to recruit the greatest fighters in the world. Never before has a tournament of this magnitude been opened to the public.

Characters

Playable
Jin Kazama
Kazuya Mishima
Heihachi Mishima
King II
Ling Xiaoyu
Nina Williams
Paul Phoenix
Raven
Steve Fox

There are also three unnamed new male characters, as well as some unplayable characters like Dr. Bosconovitch and Feng Wei.

Gameplay

Stats

Characters can customize their stats in one of two categories.

Discipline Proficiency

  • Boxing.
  • Karate.
  • Kung Fu.
  • Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
  • Wrestling.

Discipline Proficiency can be affected by level ups (3 points to be allocated per level), equipping various gloves and by successfully recruiting apprentices by winning Street Fights.

Power

  • Stamina (affects HP).
  • Striking (affects Boxing, Karate and Kung Fu).
  • Grappling (affects Jiu-Jitsu and Wrestling).
  • Defense.

Power is augmented in Training, where players spend money to increase stats over time and to increase the stat limits.

Modes

Two modes are available:

Quest

  • Uses Energy and Battle Points (BP) in event of Boss Fights. Results in money, EXP and items.

Battle

  • Street Fight uses Battle Points (BP) to challenge other players in showdowns for EXP and money, plus chances to recruit as an apprentice if the player wins.
  • Championship uses BP to enter tournaments, either all-around or discipline-specific (with various requirements) to obtain powerful gloves and promotions.

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