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Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection (2005)

After Heihachi Mishima is presumed dead in a mysterious Explosion at Hon Maru a new King of Iron fist tournament is announced by a powerful new threat while Jin Kazama seeks his own destiny.
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
David Schaufele David Schaufele ... Bryan Fury (voice)
Hiroya Ishimaru ... Lei Wulong (voice)
Tomokazu Seki ... Yoshimitsu (voice)
Lisle Wilkerson ... Nina Williams / Christie Monteiro (voice)
Sang Hyun Uhm ... Hwoarang / Baek Doo San (voice)
Yumi Tôma Yumi Tôma ... Ling Xiaoyu (voice) (as Yumi Touma)
Rumiko Varnes Rumiko Varnes ... Jane (voice)
Marcellus Nealy Marcellus Nealy ... Craig Marduk / Additional Voices (voice)
Isshin Chiba Isshin Chiba ... Jin Kazama (voice)
Joni Davidson Joni Davidson ... Additional Voices (voice)
Eric Kelso ... Paul Phoenix (voice)
Daisuke Gôri Daisuke Gôri ... Heihachi Mishima (voice) (as Daisuke Gouri)
Ryôtarô Okiayu ... Lee Chaolan (voice)
Masanori Shinohara Masanori Shinohara ... Kazuya Mishima (voice)
Guy Perryman ... Steve Fox (voice) (as John Perriman)
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After Heihachi Mishima is presumed dead in a mysterious Explosion at Hon Maru a new King of Iron fist tournament is announced by a powerful new threat while Jin Kazama seeks his own destiny.

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Genres:

Action | Fantasy | Sci-Fi

Certificate:

T
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Country:

Japan

Language:

English | Japanese | Korean | Mandarin

Release Date:

25 July 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Tekken: Dark Resurrection See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

JPY900,000,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Namco See more »
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo (RCA Sound System)

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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How did they cram all that goodness into one small UMD?
21 April 2008 | by johnnymacbestSee all my reviews

I never was a huge fan of the series; I'm a Street Fighter type of gamer but I do have one question: How on Earth did they cram the whole arcade game onto a small UMD with little sacrifice to graphic quality and gameplay? (for those who don't know, UMD stands for Universal Media Disc) This is the stuff of legends after all Tekken 3 was released on PS1 9 years ago so it's safe to say that time repeats itself and that's a good thing for PSP owners who want some portable brawlin' on the go. All the gang is there with some new faces and modes in addition to online multi-player being a plus. This feature allows you to download or compete against a "ghost" from anywhere in the world. Beating the game grants you money(credits) to unlock alternate outfits for customization, FMV, and more. There's also a "Dojo Mode" that you engage in scripted trials against various fighters in the game. The only cons are that it can be pretty tricky to pull off combos on a hand-held system, limiting your proficient fighting style, but still a great game nonetheless with rewarding replay value to boot. BTW, its on the "Greatest Hits" list for for only $19.95 so its a steal despite essentially being a port of a PS2 game released a year earlier. I'm dying for Soul Calibur on PSP!!!


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