Ling Xiaoyu - Wikipedia
That is why I'm anticipating how Tekken 6 will be. Then, they could go on a double date with Jin and Xiaoyu but that's after Jin is done. Jin Kazama is a fictional character and main protagonist of the Tekken fighting game series While Jin and Xiaoyu appeared to have developed a close relationship, Satō did not want to explore a romantical one in the movie. For Capcom's crossover game Street Fighter X Tekken, the official guide noted how Jin could. Jin kazama is a fictional character and the main protagonist of the Tekken series released Jun had some sort of intimate relationship with Kazuya that grew and.
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Not backing down, Xiaoyu accepts the challenge unaware of Claudio's true plan. Design and gameplay[ edit ] Ling Xiaoyu's age sixteen in her series debut was the result of the Tekken 3 development team wanting a younger girl in the game, as most of the game's female characters were "more than 25 years old". Xiaoyu and fellow Tekken character Alisa Bosconovitch were featured on a downloadable aircraft skin variant designed by former Square Enix character designer Shunya Yamashita for the action-flight simulation games Ace Combat: Assault Horizon and Ace Combat: The Motion Pictureonly appearing in its opening sequence.
She is a lead character in Tekken: Blood Vengeancein which she is a student who transfers to Kyoto International School after being recruited by G Corporation's Anna Williams to spy on a fellow student and film-exclusive character named Shin Kamiya.
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After Xiaoyu is abandoned by Anna, she and Alisa take refuge in their teacher Lee Chaolan 's mansion. Upon her debut in Tekken 3, Next Generation commented that she and fellow Tekken 3 character Julia Chang "conform to different and equally depressing 'cute schoolgirl' stereotypes".
Besides, who doesn't dig a girl flouncing about in pigtails? This resulted in fans asking Harada if they will be in a romantical one.
However, Harada refrained from confirming or denying it. When Jin wakes up, the Kazamas' house has burned to the ground and Jun is missing.
Although Jun did not appear in subsequent canonical games in the series, she is still mentioned throughout. She appears as a soul or vision in Jin Kazama's Tekken 4 ending, which persuades Jin to spare Heihachi's life in honor of herself.
She is also mentioned numerous times by Jin and Kazuya during the prologue of the Scenario Campaign mode of Tekken 6which retells the main events of previous games. Outside of the main series, Jun appears as a playable character in the non-canonical Tekken Tag Tournament as well as its sequel, Tekken Tag Tournament 2where she is fought as a boss and transforms into Unknown in the final stage after defeating her.
She is also playable in the free-to-play spin-off Tekken Revolution.
In other media and merchandise[ edit ] Jun appears as one of the main characters of Tekken: The Motion Picturewhich focused on Jun as she tries to free Kazuya from evil and stop him from killing his father, Heihachi. She is portrayed by Japanese actress Tamlyn Tomita in the live-action film Tekkenwhere unlike in the video game series, Jun still lives with Jin well into his adulthood and is killed in a planned bombing by Tekken Corporation, leading Jin to participate in the Tekken Tournament to take revenge.
In merchandising, Jun is featured as a plush toy based on her appearance in Tekken 2 and an action figure based on her appearance in Tekken Tag Tournament. A "Tekken Bishoujo " series statue of Jun was released by Kotobukiya in Unknown also appears as a rival unit in the tactical role-playing game Project X Zone 2. Unknown appears to be a tortured soul which has been enslaved by the "Forest Demon" which takes the form of a wolf-like appearance and appears behind her in fights, controlling and mimicking her actions.
She has many demonic traits, such as glowing yellow eyes and a devil symbol tattooed on her upper right arm which resembles that of Jin Kazama's.
Her default "costume" appears to have her otherwise nude body mostly covered in purple with a short, dark brown hair, shiny body paint or oil, as if she had been submerged in it to her chest.
Her second, alternate costume shows her dressed in the burnt, ripped remains of a dark brown dress, with bandages wrapped around her arms, shins and instep. Unknown did not have a story as Tag Tournament was non-canonical, though her ending shows her finally defeating the Forest Demon and therefore freeing herself. Her appearance as the final boss in Tekken Tag Tournament 2 looks like Jun's alternate form black hair with a similar fashion like Jun, though her eyes have a demon-like pupils.
An artbook included in the Tekken 6 Arcade Stick Bundle revealed that she was meant to be Jun's sister enslaved by the "Forest Demon" before the scenario was ultimately dropped. Instead, she mimics other character's fighting styles with some exceptionsthough her fighting style defaults to that of Jun Kazama.
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In Tag Tournament 2, she instead uses Jun's moveset with added boss-like moves such as summoning spikes and giant hands. In both her incarnations of the first Tag Tournament and its sequel, Unknown has originally appeared as an unplayable final boss in the arcade versions.
She was later made a playable character in the console version of both games, with the former giving her the ability to freely switch her fighting styles using analog stick and the latter toning down her boss moves.
Reception[ edit ] The character has been well received.