Tekken 7 was demoed for Xbox One at E3 2016 and it looks awesome

By: Vamien McKalin
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One of the better looking games at the Microsoft E3 2016 conference was Tekken 7, the latest addition to the popular franchise.

During the conference, a trailer was revealed and in it, some interesting gameplay. Tekken 7 appears to play similar to the new Street Fighter game with more of a focused, less of a brawler-type of fighting compared to something like Killer Instinct.

The legendary Street Fighter character Akuma also appears in the trailer, signalling the cross-pollination of the two fighting franchises that began with 2012’s Street Fighter X Tekken.

In addition to the announcement of Tekken 7, Tekken Tag Tournament 2 is now free on Xbox Live but only for a limited time.

Microsoft showed off some other great games as well. We saw Sea of Thieves, a great demo of Forza Horizon 3, and what appears to be an interesting new take on Gears of War 4. Microsoft also gave us the first glimpse of Project Scorpio. All in all, there’s lots to be excited for!

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