Tekken producer Katsuhiro Harada has explained that Tekken X Street Fighter, the long awaited pairing of Namco and Capcom's flagship fighter series, is still in the works, and that the game is a 'long term' project.
Crossover fighting game Tekken x Street Fighter is still alive, Namco Bandai has insisted.
Namco and Capcom collaboration Tekken x Street Fighter is still planned as a current-generation game, Eurogamer has learned.
Street Fighter producer Yoshinori Ono has explained why Street Fighter and Mortal Kombat are unlikely bedfellows.
Shifting Street Fighter's combatants out of their traditional 2D plane and into Tekken's 3D arena is causing Namco a few headaches for its forthcoming cross-IP throw-down.
The home console version of fighting game Tekken Tag Tournament 2 will probably release in 2012.
Namco Bandai announced new Tekken games for the Wii U and the Nintendo 3DS at last week's E3 2011 trade show – but what about PS Vita?
Namco Bandai has shed more light on its feature-length CG movie Tekken Blood Vengeance.
In a group interview at Namco Bandai's LevelUp event this morning, attended by Christian Donlan for Eurogamer, Tekken project leader Katsuhiro Harada revealed Blood Vengeance has actually been in development since January 2010.
The film, based on the cinematic intros of Tekken 5 and Tekken 6, is stereoscopic 3D throughout.
Namco Bandai's recently announced Tekken X Street Fighter gamescom event will not feature Tekken X Street Fighter, as was suggested.
Namco Bandai has said "the best fighting game on the planet", Tekken 6, has sold over 3 million copies around our green and blue world.
The Tekken series has apparently now sold 39 million games globally.
Over 1 million Tekken 6 sales were made between April and June, apparently, and helped the publisher halve net income loss to 1.64 billion yen (around -£12 million) for the quarter.
Capcom aims to release the recently announced Street Fighter X Tekken crossover fighting game in two years.
The Japanese game company expects to make its next major announcement for the game, which was revealed during the San Diego Comic-Con over the weekend, at Capcom's Captivate event in April 2011.
Capcom also believes Street Fighter X Tekken will be released before Tekken X Street Fighter, also announced at Comic-Con.
Capcom and Namco Bandai Games have announced two crossover fighting games: Street Fighter X Tekken and Tekken X Street Fighter.
Street Fighter X Tekken, in development for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, uses the engine behind Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV.
Tekken characters such as Kazuya Mishima and Nina Williams will be "re-imagined" using Street Fighter's 2.5D art style.