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I can see us getting a tekken stage with multiple levels akin to castle siege but maybe with breakable floors that force the transition instead of it being centered around time.Anyway, I was thinking of stages. I'm wondering how they'd incorporate a Tekken stage into Smash. Like, the one i'd expect is the Mishima Zaibatsu building from the beginning of Tekken 7's story mode. Have the elevator and use broken debris as platforms.
I would say tie them to a rocket shipI'd love to be added to the supporters list. I hope Sakurai includes "Dad of the Year" to Smash Ultimate this time around. I was thinking about what his Final Smash would be besides the Rage Art and the Rocket (which would be amazing). What if Heihachi's final smash was him picking up his unconscious opponent and dramatically dropping him or her off of a cliff or into a volcano? It's a nice through back to when he did this to Kazuya during T1 and T2. The camera then zooms in on his face, showing a smug Heihachi grin after he dramatically drops you.
That could work. Have it be in the temple where Heihachi betrayed Jin in Tekken 3.I can see us getting a tekken stage with multiple levels akin to castle siege but maybe with breakable floors that force the transition instead of it being centered around time.
Someone repoted on Ashley's thread that the stage has had the same date since last year, I can't confirm thisSo an interesting thing happened EVO 2018:
Honestly, I have done so many in-depth analyses on Heihachi possibly being in Smash, but I could never find a solution to making him work gameplay wise. Truth be told, I never done much research and quickly dismissed him just because it was hard for me to figure out how to put Tekken mechanics to Smash. I am not a hardcore fighting game fan to really understand that kind of stuff. If he ends up being revealed, I will have underestimated Sakurai a second time when it comes to "impossible matters" like Konami and Ridley. Right now, I am the most wary of this character because of the above tweet. Personally, I would not mind his inclusion, though I would be a bit salty because now I believe he is arguably an easy choice to predict like Chorus Kids and Isabelle, and I do not have him present in my predictions that I finalized in June/July. I shall never underestimate Sakurai's will again if it happens. ;_;
Man, Heihachi can't catch a break...I just don’t know what to say...
We lost a good person tonight.
I just don’t know what to say...
We lost a good person tonight.
RIP Heihachi, Hercule, and Old Joseph.Man, Heihachi can't catch a break...
Atleast Heihachi had a good send off in Tekken 7
1. He was actually considered for Smash before.
But badassery correlates with popularity.I never knew badassary was a factor for a playable role in smash...
I just got a hunch you have not played Tekken as a series.
Heihachi has been in every Tekken game, making him one of four characters to do so (the others are Nina Williams, Paul Phoenix, and Yoshimitsu). It also helps that he was considered for Smash 4.