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Kevin Crist- I Eat Brainmeat
Professor Snuggleworth- Dr Shizuma
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The Gameplay (shamelessly stolen from wikipedia)
Katsuhiro Harada, director of Tekken 6, has stated the game will retain all of the gameplay elements from Tekken 5 and Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection that were well-received by fans. He also said that the stages will be bigger and will have more interactivity, such as walls or floors that can be broken to reveal new fighting areas. The character customization feature will also be more involved with game play.
In addition, the game adds a new "rage" system, which gives characters more power when their vitality is low. When activated, a red energy field surrounds the character and their health bar starts to flicker red. Both the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions of the game will include an online versus multiplayer mode over PSN and Xbox Live respectively.
The home versions will also have an extra 'Scenario Campaign' mode that continues the play style of Tekken 3 and Tekken 4's 'Tekken Force' modes and Tekken 5's 'Devil Within' mode. This mode can be played co-operatively with two players, and also allows the players to pick up weapons such as poles and gatling guns. Other features in the home versions include a toggle option for motion blur.
Another game play feature added is the bound system. If certain conditions are met, such as slamming the opponent strongly to the ground or falling in a multi-tiered stage, the opponent will bounce back from the ground, allowing bigger combos and new techniques.
Well, there are 6 new faces this time, featuring a maybe-trap, a robot, a Spaniard, some girl, an obese American, and some swedish dude.
Miguel Caballero Rojo
After being forced to leave his home by his parents at the age of 15 for constantly starting fights, Miguel Caballero Rojo (ミゲル・カバジェロ・ロホ, Migeru Kabajero Roho?) finds sanctuary at a bar. His sister, the only person whom he trusts or loves, visits him secretly behind their parents back. One day, she informs him that she is to be married and Miguel becomes outraged and thinks of killing her fiance, but not wanting to break his sister's heart he decides against it.
On her wedding day Miguel stands away from the church not wanting to be seen by his parents when suddenly a group of jets appear in the sky and destroy the church. Miguel rushes to the still burning church searching for his sister and finds her lifeless body covered in blood. Miguel's investigations lead him to realize that the attack was ordered by the Mishima Zaibatsu, and driven by anger, he enters the recently announced King of Iron Fist Tournament 6 to find answers from the Zaibatsu's CEO, Jin Kazama.
Zafina (ザフィーナ, Zafīna?) is a guardian to the tomb of a royal family at a village that has been around for centuries. The sealed grave is believed to protect the well being of the tribe. Many martial artists have tried to enter the tomb but Zafina has single-handedly defeated everyone. One day the village elders prophesize that when two "evil stars" meet, the seal on the graves will be broken and the world will end. Following the ideals of astrology, Zafina leaves the village to see if the world is really going to end. Tekken developer and Executive Producer of Tekken 6 Katsuhiro Harada describes her as "a female character from the Middle East who uses ancient assassination arts."
Leo (レオ, Reo?) is the son of a world-famous male spelunker and a top female executive of the biotech firm, G Corporation.
Leo's father disappeared during an exploration when he was a child, but even so, he strives to become just like him. Leo grows up to be an upright person, but these happy days come to an abrupt end when his mother is killed.
Saddened by the tragic event, Leo shuts everyone out. Some time later, the police inconclusively end the murder investigation without explanation. Leo continues the investigation. Not long after starting this mission, Leo discovers the existence of a person who is regarded as a hero of the G Corporation - a man by the name of Kazuya Mishima. Suspecting him of having a hand in the murder, Leo seeks to meet Kazuya but finds it impossible to get near him due to his newly-acquired status within the G Corporation.
Nevertheless, Leo hears news of The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6 being held by the Mishima Financial Group. Finding out that Kazuya will be participating in it, Leo follows suit, thinking that it's the only chance to find answers.
Tekken developer and Executive Producer of Tekken 6 Katsuhiro Harada describes Leo as "a Bajiquan practitioner from Germany whose father is a famous spelunker."
Bob (ボブ, Bobu?) is a fighter who hails from America as a martial arts legend. However, due to being unable to defeat larger opponents, Bob disappears from the fighting world and remains in hiding for a few years, with many wondering about his whereabouts.
With The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6 drawing near, Bob finally returns, and stuns everyone with his new figure, that of a morbidly obese man. Though Bob claims to have engineered his body to increase his weight and strength while maintaining his speed, few believe him, and most of his fans lose their faith and respect for him.
In order to test his new power and regain his popularity, Bob enters The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6.
Tekken developer and Executive Producer of Tekken 6 Katsuhiro Harada describes Bob as "a freestyle karate practitioner from the U.S."
Bob ranked 10th on GameDaily's top 10 ugliest game characters list.
Little is also known about Alisa Bosconovitch (アリサ・ボスコノビッチ, Arisa Bosukonobicchi?). She amplifies many of her attacks with collapsible jet pack like wings from her back and rockets from her feet. She can also extend chainsaws from her lower arms and her body parts are detachable, they instantly grow back in what appears to be nanoparticle-assisted regeneration. All of her body parts appear to be non-critical, some of her attacking moves involves removing her own head to use as a weapon or even a makeshift explosive device with no ill effects, and arms can be torn off by the opponent or even used as improvised missiles. She has pink hair and green eyes, and speaks in a very polite manner. Tekken developer and Executive Producer of Tekken 6 Katsuhiro Harada describes her as "a robot created in the image of Dr. Bosconovitch's daughter."
Lars Alexandersson (ラース・アレクサンダーソン, Rāsu Arekusandāson?) is a Swedish officer in the Tekken Force who is now leading a rebellion against the Mishima Financial Group. He is also Heihachi Mishima's illegitimate son. Lars has an alternate costume created by Masashi Kishimoto, manga-ka of Naruto.