Tekken Series Music And Graphics Evolution

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Ilya Kravtsov
Oct 01 20202 min
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From 90's - till nowadays!

Since 1994, when the first Tekken-game was released, creating a new fighting game universe, all its elements have been constantly evolving. New fighters appeared, they changed their blows, fights took place in new places. All these changes can be described as graphics. But also, although less noticeable, because we don't usually concentrate on this in Tekken, the sound was changing.

DashFight invites you to see how these two siblings grew, developed, and evolved.

There could be a lot of words about graphics here, but we suggest that you now focus on music. Interestingly, the soundtracks in Tekken can be used to trace the evolution of popular music in general from the early 1990s to the late 2010s.

Try to hear. Let’s go!

Tekken 1 (1994 Arcade premiere - 1995 PlayStation version)

Tekken 1 - Intro HD by xTimelessGaming

Tekken 2 (1995-1996)

Tekken 2 Intro by hammerdude360

Tekken 3 (1997-1998)

Tekken 3 intro (HD) by Dc's Walkthroughs

Tekken 4 (2001-2002)

Tekken 4 Intro HD by PEScharlie

Tekken 5 (2004-2005)

Tekken 5 - Opening - PS2 by PlayscopeTimeline

Tekken 6 (2007-2009)

Tekken 6 Intro by DerfsonicGaming

Tekken 7 (2015-2017)

TEKKEN 7 - Opening Cinematic | PS4 by PlayStation

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