Tekken 7 Adds Nina Williams to Roster, Watch Her Kick Ass in a Wedding Gown
Professional assassin goes all Kill Bill in new trailer.
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Bandai Namco has announced veteran Tekken character Nina Williams will be returning to the series in the latest entry, Tekken 7. A trailer for the game shows the character wearing a wedding gown and kicking the absolute crap out of Bryan Fury. Watch it below.
As part of the reveal, Bandai Namco also announced Tekken 7 will be one of the games featured in this year's EVO fighting game tournament.
At Paris Games Week 2015, Bandai Namco executive producer Katsuhiro Harada appeared on stage and confirmed that Tekken 7 will be released on PlayStation 4.
The game launched in Japanese arcades in 2015 and there were location tests at select arcades across North America, but as of yet a release date for the PS4 version hasn't been confirmed.
New characters are being introduced as part of Tekken 7's Fated Retribution update. This version of the game will be released for PS4. Harada has said the console version will feature new content not seen in the original arcade version of the game.
A Tekken 7 trailer released in December 2015 revealed Street Fighter's Akuma will also be in the game and have a prominent role in its story. Bandai Namco has said Akuma is likely the only crossover character for Tekken 7, as too many guest characters can "throw off" the game's world and setting.
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