The top 3 Tekken Characters of all times

Tekken

Tekken was first released on the 9th December 1994 and has enjoyed multiplatform as well as arcade game success.  This popular series has seen many updates and new releases since then with the most recent being on the 2nd June 2017 with Tekken 7.  Created by Bandai Namco Entertainment (originally Namco) this series was one of the first fighting series to use 3D animation in its games.

The top 3 Tekken Characters of all times

#1           Lee Chaolan


He has an appealing backstory, one of an orphan boy adopted by Heihachi, betrayed by the evil Kazuya he sets out on his own and builds a robotics empire.
After years of waiting and conspiring he rises again determined to disrupt the Mishimas as much as he can.
His cool style, quick quips and many moves he is a force to be reckoned with as he fights for the greater good.  His first appearance was in the game Tekken.

#2           Azuka Kazama

Jun’s niece and even though she is related to the Mishimas her character defies all her relations stand for.  As she fights to protect those around by trying to keep the peace, even if that means having to beat down any gang member declaring war near her.  She is what can only be classed as a natural hero.  Her first appearance was in the game Tekken 5.

#3           Heihachi Mishima

Probably the evilest character of them all with the evil deeds he has done.  He is not even the one possessed by a demon yet felt nothing of locking up and starving his father to death, then he threw his own son off a cliff.  But they do write him a soft side when it comes to his pet bear and long-lost wife.  A man that has travelled through time to beat up some villains to get what he wants he is a force to be reckoned with.

Conclusion

Tekken 7 saw about 13 new interesting characters such as Akuma, Josie Rizal, Gigas, Shaheen, Master Raven, Geese Howard, Devil Kazumi, Lucky Chloe, Claudio Serafino, Kazumi Mishima, Noctis Lucis Caelum and Katarina Alves.  We look forward to seeing how these characters fare against some of the more popular oldies.