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High school student Ling Xiaoyu is recruited by Anna Williams of G Corporation to transfer to Kyoto University and gather information on a student named Shin Kamiya. Meanwhile, Jin Kazama, the current head of the Mishima Zaibatsu, sends Alisa Bosconovitch to the university for the same mission. Though they do not know each others true motives, Xiaoyu and Alisa become close friends. However, their friendship is put to the test when Shin is captured by an unknown assailant. Japanese with English Subtitles Only

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  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B007CJVN8U
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #678,614 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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If you really like CGI, it's probably worth watching just for the eye candy.
Don Atreides
Tekken is one of my favorite video games and in the 90's the first movie "Tekken" came out and was awesome as a drawn cartoon video.
Jessica simpson
Worth getting for your collection, Excellent Movie, great animation, very good story line and awesome graphics, it is the best............
Daniel A. Irvine known as a legendary warrior, divine

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Jessup on November 6, 2012
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I'm a big Tekken fan, but fell off the train some time after Tekken Tag Tournament 1. When I heard Tekken Tag Tournament 2 was being released, I had to get it, but I wanted to catch up on the story and new characters first. One character in particular stood out to me as particularly interesting - Alisa Bosconovitch - and a friend of mine recommended I watch this movie since she's basically the main character.

I'm really glad I did! There was so much to love about the movie, and it really drew me back into my Tekken fandom by reminding me just how good the characters really are, and how deep and interesting the world of Tekken is. It certainly whet my appetite for Tekken Tag Tournament 2.

First off, the animation in this film is absolutely gorgeous. The bright colors, the lighting, and the fluid movements and loving detail in each character is astounding. The film is really a treat for the eyes. Whether it's a simple conversation between two characters, or one of the film's astounding fight scenes, it's really just a pleasure to watch, even on a standard DVD.

Speaking of the fight scenes, I really have to give special mention to them. They are AWESOME. They really capture the feel of the Tekken series - helps that all of the moves used in them are straight out of the game - and are brilliantly exciting and animated to perfection. There is one in particular, near the middle of the film, that had my mouth agape. So well-done. It's worth watching the movie just for that, in my opinion.

Of course, it helps that the plot of the movie is quite interesting. Yes, it requires foreknowledge of the Tekken storyline, and when I first watched the film I was confused as to why certain things seemed to come out of nowhere.
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Ah, those days in college, playing "Tekken" on the PSX until my thumbs would be in pain and thinking that the game was the best fighting game on the planet!

But I know I'm not alone when it comes to being one of the many fans who grew up playing and still are playing "Tekken".

The Bandai video game series which began in 1994 has always pushed the limit in fighting video games and we have seen six incarnation of the game for the major consoles, a Sony PSP version of the game as well as a "Tekken Tag" version.

And one thing that "Tekken" had always done so well was seeing Namco trying to make an awesome looking 3D game, giving its characters their own fighting style and gameplay that rivaled other fighting game competitors, including CAPCOM's "Street Fighter" fighting game series (a rivalry that will lead to the upcoming "Tekken x Street Fighter"/"Street Fighter vs. Tekken" videogames).

But you have to give credit to Bandai for crafting a continuing storyline that revolved around the ruthlessness of the Mishima family which include the evil and dead (but manages to always come back alive) patriarch Heihachi; Kazuya, Heihachi's evil son with the devil gene who will do anything to destroy his father and Kazuya's son Jin, who also has the devil gene (but chooses to use his power to destroy his grandfather and his father).

Sure it sounds and reads quite wickedly and if you played the game, you can't deny of how this family is the ultimate in dysfunctional relationships. Who can ever forget Kazuya Misushima grabbing his father and dropping him down a cliff? Wicked, I tell you.

But if there was one thing that "Tekken" has not lived up to its video game series is its video releases.
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By Nikos Lecomte on October 23, 2014
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This movie rocks, i love it, i've seen all of the tekken movies even tekken 2. And this movie wins as the best one, it;s got a great story tons of action, great feels, amazing voice acting, and lots of things that are for tekken fans. Not only that but the graphics may not be really life like but it looks alot like the games and the combat is great to look at, i would highly recommended this to tekken fans who want to little more outta there tekken movie, if your down for a great story with an amazing finale then pick this up.
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on February 6, 2012
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I'm not at all familiar with the Tekkenverse, and I'm only going on my friend's assurance that this film doesn't too much mangle the internal continuity of Namco Bandai Games video games. I'm recommending TEKKEN: BLOOD VENGEANCE, mostly for its dazzling CG animation. The story itself gets more muddled as it progresses, although, thankfully, enough coherence is retained. I was able to follow the plot, even though, at times, I did scramble to keep straight just who is who and which their respective allegiances. At its core, the narrative is constructed around a seriously messed-up family feud. The supernatural Mishima bloodline had always been prone to homicidal urges and wanton destruction. But those new to this universe may require a scorecard.

Powerful rival corporations use, respectively, a high school girl and a robot posing as a high school girl to infiltrate Kyoto's prestigious Kyogoku Academy to spy on a student rumored to hold the key to the M stem cell, the so-called Devil gene which unlocks paranormal talents and confers immortality. Teenager Ling Xiaoyu, an expert martial artist who rides a panda and looks cute in her standard schoolgirl outfit, is expelled from Mishima Polytechnic High School which then paves the way for the Mishima Zaibatsu company's brand of arm twisting. This leaves Ling's loyalties veering somewhere on the shaky side. It's even suggested that she goes along with the espionage ops only because the target, Shin Kamiya, is a good-looking hunk.

You have to credit the script writer(s) for dispensing with the fight tournament format, as that plot device is pretty played out when it comes to adapting video games to cinema. Instead, there is a "story" which does frame the fighty fights.
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