Tekken 6 Blog: ‘Unlocking Characters’ Issue Explained

Tekken 6 game director Katsuhiro Harada finally updates his personal blog over at IGN! This time he takes up a majority of the post clarifying things about some words he said some time ago about how ‘unlocking characters is outdated’. Well, apparently the media jumped all over his words, blowing them out of context and proportion and causing quite a bit of controversy. Harada-san sets the record straight with what he really meant.

Aside from that, there’s just a couple more things- that the game development’s now coming into ‘crunch time’ (well, it’s about time) and that Harada-san seems very interested in working with other fighting game franchises. Tekken VS Virtua Fighter, anyone? Let the Man Know! Check out Harada’s blog here.

Tekken 6 is set for release on PS3, Xbox360 and PSP this October 2009.


7 Responses to “Tekken 6 Blog: ‘Unlocking Characters’ Issue Explained”

  1. bloody hell finally

  2. I hope he’ll update it more regularly now.

  3. I’m so sick of these shitty magazines like games master who dared to say that the scenario campaign was naff and my friend saying smash bros brawl is so much better and that tekken doesn’t deserve its credit but smash bros turd does he hasn’t even play street fighter 4 but thinks its loads better than Tekken 6 he just reads the reviews

    • whats more amazing are the group of people, who upon seeing the Scenario mode thought that THAT was the main game and THEN proceeded to talk shit about Tekken.. so many idiots in the world..

  4. Does anyone know if the DLC will be coming out soon?

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