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And let's not forget that Akira has been both a costume and an assist trophy. Nothing is off the table unless some character magically emerges with Heihachi's fighting style.The taunt doesn't really mean much.
Especially since Chrom can exist at two places at the same time since he's in Robin's final smash still.
Plenty of Mii costumes have been taken from assist trophies. However, I think Akira's off the table anyway because he's a very, very hard character to play as in VF.And let's not forget that Akira has been both a costume and an assist trophy. Nothing is off the table unless some character magically emerges with Heihachi's fighting style.
Welcome aboard TAnimal to the The King of Iron Fist thread.I am ride and die for Heihachi Mishima in Super Smash Bros Ultimate
Even without T7 on Switch, Nintendo had a special version of TTT2 on the Wii U, the only version with Tekken Ball and special costumes, so I'm almost positive we're getting something related to Tekken.Well I got a lot things for you of what Heihachi possesses and also why smash, well Heihachi Mishima as known as The King of Iron Fist was going be in smash 4 but was cut and replace by because he couldn't think of a moveset or gameplay like Tekken or maybe didn't wanna copy Playstation All-Stars Battle Royale Heihachi but now the game Tekken and also Heihachi change from Playstation All Star to something new and he's old and he has different move compare to other Tekken games and spin-off so for Sakurai putting Heihachi in would make him more harder to implement so if Sakurai want to put him in he will need Namco's help because even Namco is helping develop Smash Bros probably Namco would help Sakurai to put Heihachi in so if Sakurai can think a moveset for Heihachi just like he did to and and basically Heihachi could be a fighter for DLC I wouldn't if they brought back his mii costume so if want to know more here's a video.
What Heihachi possesses is Lighting power and very strong attacks to his opponent when it comes to fighting so lets say that he's a mix of and but different from those two and why he would be unique rather then a clone or base so think like this for example.
Maybe something that his final smash would be Rage Art or his Side Throw would go with Stonehead or his Side Smash would be Demon Breath like their is a lot them even I could make up a moveset for Heihachi that didn't came from Tekken and you don't need some one's moves to like from their game look i'm just saying if Heihachi was in smash bros anything is coming don't know who is coming for the Fighters Pass. So what is your Heihachi moveset for smash, you guys don't need to do Heihachi moveset i'm just saying it may take a while to do.
Heihachi may be likely to be DLC such as Banjo & Kazooie he even also appear spin-off titles like Project X Zone games on the 3DS and Pac Man Fever on the Gamecube, Tekken also made it in Nintendo consoles such as Tekken Advance on the GBA and The Wii U Edition of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 so that says Tekken had appear in Nintendo consoles and handhelds. Even Heihachi makes more sense and why even because Tekken start all of this, that's how and why 3d fighting games exist because of Tekken, Tekken even has sold more then Mortal Kombat, Street Fighters even Smash Brothers itself Tekken 3 sold over 8.5 million and Tekken 5 sold over 8.2 million so Tekken sells a lot more for Namco when it comes to 3d Fighting games, Heihachi is the iconic face in Tekken even Bandai Namco uses Heihachi for their crossovers when representing Tekken so Heihachi is the character to represent 3d fighting games.
Even if you never played Tekken and don't know who Heihachi really is then here's this video it will explain the history of Heihachi and his family it's crazy then you think of the history of Tekken.
Really their are so many to explain but that will be next time to I feel explaining myself to you guys. This soundtrack is called the Mishima Dojo from Tekken 7 I listen to this music multiple times that gives the vibes for Heihachi that he would get in so really I let you listen to this soundtrack and tell me what you think about this soundtrack and Heihachi himself.
One more thing, a commentor comment on my DLC Speculation video about Heihachi and Banjo & Kazooie and I reply REALLY NAMCO NEEDS A NOTHER REP and he reply, What leans in his favor is that this Year is Both Tekken’s 25th Anniversary and Namco Promotes the Hell out of Tekken World Tour Tournament 2019, plus the opportunity of a Tekken 7 Port On Switch.
I missed some discussion on Tekken that happened a few pages back so I wanted to lend in my two cents on some recent news:
Today it was confirmed that Heihachi (as well as Jin and Kazuya) will be guest-starring in the King of Fighters All-Stars mobile game.
Why is this important? Because all of the characters in KoF All-Stars are fully voiced and AFAIK all of the voice-clips are completely brand new. They even got Takehito Koyasu (AKA Dio) to voice Shingo again after a +10 year hiatus of the character being voiced (not to mention most of the older KoF VA's who got replaced in XIV).
So Heihachi's appearance means one of two things:
Granted I'm still not all that confident in Heihachi happening, but I just thought it'd be worth noting that his character isn't retired (at least for spin-off appearances such as Smash) as some have been saying because of the VA situation.
- They got a new VA for Heihachi, eliminating any argument that Heihachi's character is done for due to his VA passing away.
- They are reusing his voice clips from Tekken 7, meaning Namco is fine with paying tribute to the late Unsho Ishizuka through recycled clips.
Absolutely not. Last year should've proved that an EVO annoumcement has no connection to the kind of game a character comes from, and Ryu was announced outside of EVO, so why can't another fighting game character?Our last hope for Him must be at Evo this week
Mishima Dojo and Dragon's Nest seem to be the most iconicI don't know much about Tekken besides the basic fundamentals (3D movement, each button represent each arm and leg, etc). And I know the basic background story behind Heihachi, Jin, and the Devil Gene. But besides that, nothing.
So I wonder, if Heihachi gets in, what stage would come with him? I don't know any famous locations in the Tekkenverse.
I mean, reusing Tekken's own Heihachi clips wouldn't be that bad, considering there are hundreds of clips they can use.Is it possible that the Heihachi voice work could have been recorded before the date of death of the voice actor?
If so, it is possible Heihachi is final reveal in reverence.
Technically yes, as Heihachi wants to extract a demonic power from anyone for immortality. I'd say Ganondorf counts as a demonic character with demonic power.Even though we already have Terry, I'd love to see Heihachi in. He's the most likely since he is used most frequently for crossovers. I could see his younger incarnation as an alt.
I don't know much about the Tekken series. Would it make sense to feature Ganondorf in a reveal trailer as a rival?
For my dream to be complete I'd have Sol Badguy in Hayabusa's spot but this is respectable. The greatest fighting crossover of all time!