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“Tekken Tag Tournament is considered one of the best titles in the Tekken franchise, and one of the greatest fighting video games of all time, so we’re thrilled to be bringing this property into HD for current generation gamers,” said Carlson Choi, vice president of marketing, Namco Bandai Games America. “Including the remake as part of Tekken Hybrid alongside Tekken: Blood Vengeance 3D allows our passionate fans to immerse themselves in the storied histories of the Tekken characters on their path to the King of Iron Fist Tournament.”
Tekken creator and project director Katsuhiro Harada would go on to say that Tekken Hybrid will include a ton of great special features, including some things he’s not ready to talk about yet: “Tekken Tag Tournament HD will also include a version of the popular Tekken Bowl as well. And the content announced today might not be all we have up our sleeves for Tekken Hybrid.”
Hit the jump for a look at Tekken Hybrid’s E3 trailer.
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