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Tekken Tag Tournament was released for the arcades in 1998. While not revolutionary for the Tekken series it did introduce a whole new concept, tagging. This added a whole new level of strategy to the Tekken series and to the whole genre of tag team fighting games due to the fact that when one character is knocked out, then the match is over. It was released on the Playstation 2 in March of 2000 in Japan and due to be released on October 26th, 2000 in the U.S. It did introduce one new character to the Tekken series: A woman with a wolf's torso hovering behind her called The Unknown. Although she mimicked others's moves like Mokujin, unlike Mokujin she changes character move sets in real time as the match takes place. The game reunited veterans from all 3 Tekken games and gave Tekken 2 veterans, who were not in Tekken 3, many new moves and counters to make them formidable against the likes of Jin, Eddy, Xiaoyu, and Hwoarang. For all the returning Tekken 3 veterans, they were given new costume colors and some were even given counters and new moves. The home version features massive upgrades from the arcade version with greatly enhanced graphics and 3D backgrounds complete with spectators. As with all Namco home conversions it contains an extra "mini game" called Tekken Bowling and a CGI rendered intro. Unlike the previous games the endings are all generated in real time using the game engine and are considered by many to be too short and too vague in the way that they fit into the story.

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