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Tekken 4 (PC) YES ITS FOR PC

  1. takkanfour profile image53
    takkanfourposted 8 years ago

    Recommended System Requirements
    - CPU : Dual Core Clocked @ 3.8ghz
    - GPU : 8800GT
    - Memory 2GB
    Tekken 4 picks up two years after Tekken 3. Heihachi and his scientists have captured samples of Ogre's blood and tissue to splice with Heihachi's genome and make him immortal. The experiment fails, since Heihachi lacks the necessary Devil Gene. Not willing to give up, Heihachi searches for his grandson, Jin Kazama, who does possess the Devil Gene, with Heihachi learning that the body of his son, Kazuya (who also has the Devil Gene and died twenty years ago) is stored in the labs of the Mishima Zaibatsu's main business rival, G Corporation.
    Heihachi sends his Tekken Forces to raid G Corporation and retrieve Kazuya's remains, but the mission fails when the Force is wiped out by none other than Kazuya himself, who has been revived by G Corporation and is now stronger than ever before.
    In a desperate attempt to lure Kazuya and Jin out, Heihachi announces the King of the Iron Fist Tournament 4. The plan works, and at Stage Seven, where Jin and Kazuya are scheduled to fight, Jin is ambushed and captured by the Tekken Forces. Kazuya is declared the default winner of Stage Seven, and he meets Heihachi at the final stage. The father and son clash in battle once again, the outcome of the battle is not explained nonetheless Heihachi leads him to Hon-Maru--a Mishima Dojo in the woods where Jin is.
    There, Devil takes over Kazuya's mind once again, and tells Heihachi that he has come to extract the part of the Devil Gene he lost the night Kazuya was thrown into the volcano. Meanwhile, an unconscious Jin was being stored inside the dojo bounded by chains. Devil knocks Heihachi out of the room with his telepathic powers, then attempts to steal Jin's Devil Gene. Kazuya overcompensates Devil and regains control of his body. Kazuya decides to kill Jin himself and absorb his Devil power. Jin has visions of his father taunting him until he awakens by his voice. In an uncontrollable rage, Jin attacks Kazuya and engages him in combat, emerging the victor.
    Heihachi then wakes up and prepares to take advantage of the exhausted Jin by defeating him in battle, but Jin overpowers Heihachi and prepares to kill him as the Devil Gene begins to consume his mind. Jin almost delivers the final blow, but the memory of his mother, Jun, stops him. Jin hesitates and finally releases Heihachi in honor of his mother, telling him to: "Thank my Mother--Jun Kazama." Once again, the feathery black wings sprout from Jin's back, and he flies off, making a huge hole inside Hon-Maru's roof.

  2. Len Cannon profile image89
    Len Cannonposted 8 years ago

    If Tekken 4 IS on the PC, I don't know why anyone would bother playing it.  Not only is Tekken 6 about to come out, but Tekken 4 was one of the worst in the series.

    1. theageofcake profile image68
      theageofcakeposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      I completely agree, Len. 

      Tekken Tag was the last great game in the series.  Since then the appeal of the franchise has really plummeted.  I'll give it a go, but I'm not even that terribly exciting about 6.

  3. gamerjon profile image53
    gamerjonposted 8 years ago

    Tekken is definitely one of my favorite arcade games besides soul calibur or rather soul edge. I hope that Tekken 6 can be released in the PC soon.

  4. torimari profile image67
    torimariposted 8 years ago

    I wish I had the $$ for Tekken 6...but it's either that or Diablo 3 which doesn't come out still for awhile.hmm

    And, I agree...since Tekken Tag the series has been bleh after.

    The newer characters have been rather mediocre; I hope T6 will be an improvement.

  5. profile image53
    xravexheavenxposted 8 years ago

    Tekken 6 will definitely be a huge improvement.  I am mainly an arcade player but all of us regulars ate the arcade play Tekken 5 DR on PS3 when the arcade is closed.  We all have Tekken 6 researched with the Hori fight stick and hopefully, we won't be disappointed.

 
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