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Tekken 4

Moby ID: 7366
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The former fighting champion and corrupt oligarch Heihachi Mishima is attempting to achieve immortality. To do so, he needs the Devil gene, possessed by both his son Kazuya, whose body is stored in the labs of the G Corporation, and his grandson Jin. However, Heihachi's Tekken Force is defeated by the resurrected Kazuya. Meanwhile, Jin goes into a self-imposed exile. In order to lure Kazuya and Jin out, Heihachi announces the fourth King of the Iron Fist championship, the final prize being the ownership of his corporation.

Tekken 4 contains twenty playable characters, four of whom are new. New strategies in fighting are introduced with the addition of walls, terrain effects, position changes, and enhanced side-stepping. In total there are nine gameplay modes, including a new Training mode and the Tekken Force game.


  • 铁拳4 - Chinese spelling (simplified)

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Credits (PlayStation 2 version)

161 People (143 developers, 18 thanks) · View all

Project Directors
Localization Director
Program Director
System Programmer
Game Programmer
Character Model Programmers
Stage Model Programmers
Motion Programmer
''TEKKEN FORCE'' Programmer
2D Object Programmers
Effect Programmers
2D Object Management
3D Effects Programmer
Camera Programmer
Program Technical Support
Art Director
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Average score: 83% (based on 24 ratings)


Average score: 3.7 out of 5 (based on 45 ratings with 1 reviews)

The best and most realistic fighting game ever

The Good
The almost realistic graphics. The motion capture. Tekken Force mode, an improvement on Tekken 3's. The fact that most moves can be used properly by experienced or non experienced martial artists. Hwoarang punching as well as kicking. A British character is included for a change. Complete 3D. They can speak.

The Bad
No bruises? No fatigue when the character is about to get Ko'd. Tekken Force is too hard to complete. Not enough game modes. No tag team mode (what a damn shame).

The Bottom Line
Buy it, please, for the love of god, buy this dear game, it's the best fighting game ever ever ever. If one day a peripheral was created so that you could actually execute the moves instead of button bashing, I would recommend this game for that.

PlayStation 2 · by Nathan Thomas (1) · 2003


Subject By Date
First Attack Bobby Funderburke Oct 15, 2021


On August 31, 2003 has Tekken 4 (PS2) won the Gold-Award from the German VUD (Verband der Unterhaltungssoftware Deutschland - Entertainment Software Association Germany) for selling more then 100,000 (but less then 200,000) units in Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


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  • Tekken Zaibatsu
    Great fan page with information on Tekken 4, including FAQs, secrets, soundtrack info etc.

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Contributors to this Entry

Game added by vism.

Arcade added by mars_rulez.

Additional contributors: Unicorn Lynx, Apogee IV, Xoleras.

Game added October 4, 2002. Last modified May 14, 2024.