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As the Tekken live-action film adaptation finally released on DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday in Japan, one producer of the Tekken game series has already distanced himself from the movie via Twitter.
- Characters such as Bryan Fury (left) and Sergei Dragunov (right) from the Tekken series face-off in the film adaptation.
Japanese producer on the Tekken video game team, Katsuhiro Harada, addressed questions about the film from his followers on Monday and Tuesday through his English Twitter feed.
When a follower asked about a certain character’s motivation and action in the film (omitted due to spoilers), Harada responded: “ That Hollywood movie is terrible. We were not able to supervise that movie(It was cruel contract) I’m not interested in that mv.” Read the rest of this entry »
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Categories : Upcoming Games
Ok so I got my usual update email/newsletter from Playstation announcing the “Four Days: The Heavy Rain Online Experience.” Now for those of you who don’t know, Heavy Rain is an upcoming thriller/suspense/decision-making game that will be released in late February. It’s been produced and written by the same minds behind the 2005 PS2 game Fahrenheit (a.k.a Indigo Prophecy), which featured the same type of gameplay that Heavy Rain has.
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