If you are ready to move up to the next level in the Tekken series and be a part of the interesting world of characters, you should not bypass T2. And it did so by using fluid graphics, great moves, and truly spectacular diverse fighting styles. Fortunately, Namco added new moves to the existing characters from Tekken. After working that hard at defeating the game, I wanted a better reward. With low acting quality of the cast and stupid logic of the movie, it's near unwatchable. There's a bit more to the story about K discovering he is really Kazuya and a showdown with Tsang Tsung. Okay, so on a more serious note, is the second game of the incredibly successful series.
There is no distinctive style, no interesting things happening and it looks like it is shot fast with not much consideration of locations. I guess everyone needs money after all. K kills for the minister, or else the janitor Sahajak Boonthanakit dies. Sub-Bosses, Super Deformed Characters, and Punch-Out Mode Play as the Sub-Bosses: To play as any of the characters' alter egos, finish the game with any character. Some things just doesn't translate well from being adapted from a console game to the big screen, and fighting games is definitely one such things. Nope, it is all available, on screen, with the push of a button. The endings in this game are 15 second clips that almost seem like an afterthought.
The movie ends without any resolution, clearly teasing another sequel that I hope will not see production — at least not under the same director. The idea is to knock the life bar to zero and win the match. Every gem sees the light of day. Despite the mixed up story, Characters looked like how they do in the games, they wore familiar costumes and hairdos, and many familiar set pieces are showcased. Pick yours up before someone steals it. Martial artist actor Kane Kosugi is wasted on this misbegotten prequel.
This movie gave me courage and all that. Several times, Kazuya will enter a new locale, and with some unclear understanding known only to the characters, he will engage in an unprompted and unexplained fight scene. No more magazine strategy guide that lists all the moves. Karate fans won't be completely bored. In this tournament to overthrow Devil Kazuya, Heihachi joins the selectable ranks along with new characters Lei and Jun. The all-new rendered intro not only reveals a good bit of plot, it also ensures that you'll be hooked into watching the end sequences too.
He is confused about his identity. Ironic that the movie itself features a main character with a similar identity crisis. You have a scene where K lifts his leg to kick but when the blow connects, the next cut shows K punching the guy. What they released was the second version in the series that features more playable characters and new stage backgrounds to give the visual end a serious facelift. As if just playing the game wasn't good enough, Tekken 2 has added some new modes that are a blast.
Part 2 has less action then first movie yet was focused on the story line which makes Tekken: Kazuya's Revenge 2014 a great movie. Players of the first game will find it quite easy to pick up a controller and start playing since many of the players' special moves and throws are the same. Regardless of how familiar one is to the game, the movie is undoubtedly terrible for anyone unfortunate enough of watching it. This is the most value-packed, action-filled game available on PlayStation-- or any other machine, for that matter. From the almost lifelike intro to the beautiful backgrounds, the graphics are a winner. Nice effects from the fighters, too.
There appear to be less polygons per character and the overall feeling is slightly metallic--if you can dig that. He may very well be just a random guy, not the cruel notorious antagonist. Having so many characters to play helps as well. The best thing that can be said about this movie is that Kane Kosugi is, at least, a much more apt choice for the lead role than Ian Anthony Dale was before him. There is a more interesting backstory here about how the film began as a project known as 'Agent X', and was only revealed later on as a Tekken prequel — hence the blatant use of character names which don't even belong to 'Tekken'.
The camera spams slow mo until the very last frame, even the simplest action such as going to market, cooking, staring blankly got hit by the slow mo. Fans will also know that Kazuya is in fact the son of Heihachi Mishima, the head honcho behind the infamous Iron Fist tournament of Tekken City where fighters from the eight mega-corporations ruling the world battle it out for survival and glory — and for those who are interested, the only continuity 'Tekken 2' has with the earlier film is that Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa returns, albeit for no more than a glorified cameo, as Heihachi. Fans of the game will know that Kazuya was only a good guy for the first instalment, thereafter turning into one of its main antagonists from the second one onwards. At least in the first one there were more than 2 of the original players in the game, and there was an actual tournament! When I hit the buttons or move, I want to have the character perform the move at the same time. Some good camera-work does show up in the fight scenes, eschewing the usual close ups and jitter cam for wide sweeping angles that gives you full view of the fight. But what it lacks in that tiny respect, it more than makes up for in every other area. .