phenomenal fighting game series, Tekken, CGI animation was created, entitled Tekken - Blood Vengeance

Phenomenal fighting game series, Tekken, CGI animation was created, entitled Tekken - Blood Vengeance with a duration of 90 minutes and the planned release this summer 2011. The animated film seems to be an apology for Tekken movie released in 2010 and less enthusiastic acclaim, even from fans.
Details are still not too clear, but the trailer duration 1 minute 22 seconds enough to give a clear picture of the action that will be encountered in the film. Some characters in the game still appears consistently in animation, full of his trademark hairstyle to clothes. The face is captured in the trailer it was Jin Kazama, Kazuya Mishima, Nina and Anna Williams, Bruce Irvin, Ling Xiaoyu, to Panda. The distinctive character of this series, Heihachi Mishima is not visible, probably will next be seen in the trailer.
From a few pieces of scenes in the trailer, the battle that characterized Tekken would not be missed. The use of animation seems to also make it easier for production teams to spill the creativity and visual effects support the story.
One scene that gets quite a lot is the portion of a duel the father and son, Kazuya Jin fighting that lasted until the two fell in a storied building. Do not miss the battle sisters Nina and Anna, who partially followed the existing standard in the six race series Tekken.
Animation director is entrusted to Youichi Mouri which proved successful in making a Tekken game intro to the fifth and sixth while the scenario made by Dai Sato, who handles the anime Cowboy Bebop and Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. Animation producer this is the Digital Frontier who brought a similar recipe in a horror game Resident Evil turn into an animated screen with Resident Evil: Degeneration.
In Project Head official twitter account Tekken, Katsuhiro Harada, @ harada_tekken, newly released official trailer to the video site YouTube on May 11. After that, new activities melakoni interviews with the media.

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