Senin, 08 November 2010

Jin kazama

Jin Kazama (born April 23, 1986) is a fictional character in the Tekken series and the main hero throughout the series. He is one of the most recognizable characters in the series, being featured on the packaging for the console version of each sequel following his introduction in Tekken 3. Jin Kazama is the son of Jun Kazama and Kazuya Mishima. Kazuya and Jun crossed paths and became intimate. Jun found herself pregnant with Jin immediately afterwards. TheDevil that possessed Kazuya attempted to enter Jin while he was still in his mother's womb, but Jun defeated it. Wishing to raise her son alone, Jun disappeared into a remote mountain location, where she raised Jin and trained him in her Kazama-style self-defense fighting style.
After many years, Jun sensed the approaching of a great evil (Ogre) and told Jin about his origins and that if anything happened to her, that he should seek his grandfather,Heihachi Mishima. Jun's words proved to be prophetic, four days later on Jin's 15th birthday, Jun was attacked by Ogre. Hours after the chaos, Jin awoke amongst rubble and searched for his mother, but he could not find her anywhere. Jin swore revenge. Jin was then taken in by his grandfather, Heihachi Mishima, who began to train him in Mishima-Based Karate.

Kazuya mishima

Kazuya Mishima (born December 11, 1958) is a fictional character in the Tekken fighting game series. Appearing originally as the main protagonist of the series, he would become much more of a villain in later games along with his demonic entity known as Devil.
His surname roughly translates to "Third Island". His given name means "one eight" in English. The name Kazuya is an anagram of the word Yakuza, which is the name of the Japanese mafia. Several of his customization options in Tekken 5 include Yakuza-styled attire.

Heihachi mishima

Heihachi Mishima (born August 24, 1932) is a fictional Japanese character in the Tekken fighting game series. Heihachi (roughly transa to "Eighth Peace of the Third Island") is one of only four characters (the others beingPaul PhoenixNina Williams and Yoshimitsu) to have appeared in every game in the series. The official backstory for each game somehow involves Heihachi or his immediate actions, and he makes two appearances within the series as the main antagonist (in Tekken and Tekken 4), marking him as one of series' central characters, Heihachi is also featured in Soul Calibur II, another fighting game made by Namco.
Heihachi was born as the heir to the rich, powerful, and well-respected Jinpachi Mishima, the owner of the powerfulMishima Zaibatsu and world-famous martial arts master. During this time, Heihachi married and eventually had a son of his own, Kazuya. Heihachi raised Kazuya harshly; in his mind, he needed to forge a strong heir to eventually pass the Mishima Zaibatsu to. Much to his chagrin, Kazuya grew up kind and frail. At some point, Heihachi betrayed Jinpachi and stole the Zaibatsu from his father. After assuming control, Heihachi began to steer the Zaibatsu into the military industry while his father vanished. After some time, Jinpachi attempted to retake the Zaibatsu from his son, but he failed and was ultimately imprisoned underneath Hon-Maru, where he would remain for approximately 50 years.

Jinpachi mishima

Jinpachi Mishima (born September 6, 1899) is a fictional character in the Tekken fighting game series.
Jinpachi Mishima, first introduced as the main antagonist inTekken 5, is the father of Heihachi Mishima, thus being grandfather to Kazuya Mishima and great-grandfather to Jin Kazama. Although Jinpachi has the distinction of being the first boss character of the Tekken franchise to be featured without being selectable (as was the case in the arcade and Playstation 2 versions of Tekken 5 as well as the arcade and Playstation Portable versions of Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection), he was eventually made selectable in the PlayStation 3 version of Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection.
in tekken 5,In Wang Jinrei's epilogue, Jinpachi tells Wang that after he died, a certain "thing" (claimed to be the devil in Jinpachi's ending) took over his body, resurrecting him and endowing him with supernatural power. Honmaru was left practically in ruins after The King of Iron Fist Tournament 4, when Jin Kazama left both Heihachi and Kazuya alive. Soon after, G Corporation, a rival of the Mishima Zaibatsu, attacked with a unit of Jack-4s. Kazuya stayed and fought alongside Heihachi for a short time, but then threw Heihachi into the group of Jack-4s to cover his own escape. One of them self-destructed, seemingly killing Heihachi. The resulting explosion released Jinpachi from the basement of Hon Maru, and the demon that possesses his body seeks to destroy all existence. Jinpachi emerged from the rubble to seize control of the Mishima Zaibatsu.
After taking back the Zaibatsu, Jinpachi could feel the entity which controlled him slowly dominating his mind and will. He decided to host a fifth King of Iron Fist Tournament, hoping that one of the fighters that emerged would be able to defeat him and kill him. On a more personal level, Jinpachi wrote a letter to his old friend, Wang Jinrei, asking him to enter the tournament and stop the cursed Mishima bloodline.

Christie monteiro

Christie Monteiro (born December 3, 1982) is a character in the Tekken series of video games. She is the granddaughter of the master who taught Eddy Gordo. Originally, the development team intended to create a female Capoeira fighter for Tekken 3, but felt too unconfident at the time and so opted for a male character instead. Upon her introduction in Tekken 4, Christie replaced Eddy as the prominently-featured Capoeira practitioner. Yet, with the release of Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection, Eddy has been reintroduced to the canonical series as a non-palette swap character,

Leo kliesen

Leo Kliesen (レオ, Reo) (born April 14, 1988) is a character in the Tekken fighting game series. Leo is one of the four characters first introduced in Tekken 6, which was released to Arcades in Japan on November 26th 2007.  Leo is from Germany, and fights with the art of Hakkyoku-ken (Bajiquan).
There were rumors before the game was officially released that Leo was a girl, and shortly after the game was released in Europe, there were complaints about the character most likely because he was thought of as a transgendered character; in game, Leo is referred to only by name or gender-neutral terms, and he has no costumes that reveal any portion of the torso, which would normally make the character's gender clear.
Leo has no official gender. The Bandai-Namco development team had stated that they wanted to create a character that would be loved by fans regardless of gender so they made the gender of Leo ambiguous on purpose.

Lili rochefort

Emilie De Rochefort (エミリ・ロシュフォール, Emiri do Roshufōrutu), more commonly known as Lili (リリ, Riri) is a player from Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection and Tekken 6.
Lili (born November 3, 1991) is a Monegasque upper-class girl in the Tekken fighting game series. Along with Sergei Dragunov, she is one of the two characters first introduced in Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection. She also appears in Tekken 6.
in tekken 6,Lili appears in one of the stages of this game mode, which is called "An Extravagant Gift" in the gallery/scenario campaign cinema. After being defeated by Lars Alexandersson and her bodyguards by Alisa Bosconovitch, she gives them a black SUV she acquired from a friend (in which she didn't like anyway) to somehow help them in their journey. As she leaves to find her rival, Asuka Kazama, she gives a stern warning to Lars that if he didn't stop Jin Kazama, she will kill Lars instead. She finally proceeds to walk opposite ways of Lars and shows a bit of joy in her final steps.
Lili's style of fighting consists of graceful moves that reflects her background and personality. She relies mostly from her formidable and graceful punches and kicks. However, there is a trade-off from her graceful moves: speed. Her speed is below average and her moves take some time to execute, but this is not to say that she difficult to use. Lili is an easy character to master, and timing is the key to utilize her moves effectively. Her fighting style originally is called Monegasque - Gymnastic Street Fighting Style.