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REVIEW:  The original 3D fighting game known as Tekken first emerged in arcades around the world in 1994/1995, joining the current "reigning" 3D fighting game franchise, Virtua Fighter. While not nearly as "pretty" as the likes of Virtua Fighter 2, Tekken did one-up the original Virtua Fighter by running at a smooth 60 frames per second. The title offered an interesting cast of characters and some particularly hard-hitting gameplay to the ever-growing fighting genre. 

Tekken's control scheme introduced a unique 4-button layout (which is still used today in the latest Tekken games). Each button is assigned to a specific limb on the character, making attacks feel natural to the player. Combining buttons allows for alternate attacks and various throw techniques. Each fighter has your basic punches, kicks, special moves and throws; a comparable set-up to Virtua Fighter / Virtua Fighter 2. Each character can also execute at least one 10-hit combo string, which requires hitting a series of buttons in order and with proper timing.