The Hollywood Reporter has a story up stating that Ong Bak director Prachya Pinkaew will be lending his talents Tekken: Rise of the Tournament. The film is to be a prequel to the 2010 movie Tekken. The report also states the casting director is going to choose actors who resemble their in-game counterparts instead of going after more familiar stars. A release window or production schedule wasn’t provided.
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Conan Exiles, a game famous for dicks, is being published by Koch - thank you, fate, for this precious gift
Conan Exiles has a release window and a publishing deal, but we’re too busy getting giddy over the pun possibilities to take this seriously.
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Street Fighter 5 gets Final Fight's Abigail, Tekken 7 gets Fatal Fury's Geese, you get somewhat confused
Street Fighter 5 and Tekken 7 are both getting DLC characters from old beat-’em-ups.
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Asked about the possibility of a new live action Tekken film, as reportedly announced during the Cannes festival, franchise creator Katsuhiro Harada tweeted what seems like a partial denial, asking fans not to go “jumping the gun” in believing rumours. The first Tekken film was quite poorly received, with Harada himself judging it “terrible”.