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Tekken 4 (Arcade)

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Tekken 4

Developer: Namco
Publisher: Namco
Platform: Arcade (Namco System 246)
Released in JP: July 2001[1]
Released in US: August 2001[2]
Released in EU: 2001

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The fourth entry in the Tekken series is considered the black sheep of the franchise due to changes such as the Position Change as well as fighting in closed, uneven arenas.


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Name call outs for characters that were in the previous games that weren't in Tekken 4. These include, Anna Williams, Jun Kazama, Forest Law, Ganryu, Gun Jack, Armor King, Michelle Chang, Baek Doo San, Jack-2, Bruce Irvin, Kunimitsu, Tetsujin, Mokujin, Wang Jinrei, Prototype Jack, Devil, Angel, Ogre, True Ogre, Roger, Alex, Tiger, Doctor Bosconovitch and Unknown.

Name call out for Kinjin. An unused name for Tetsujin's gold palette swap in Tekken Tag Tournament. Name call out for Enjin. Enjin was most likely meant to be a new Mokujin variant. Name call out for Jinpachi Mishima. He may have been meant to appear in Tekken 4, but he wasn't introduced until the next game, Tekken 5, as the final boss. Name call outs for Koguma (小熊, lit. "A cub" or "Small Bear/Kuma) and Kopanda (小パンダ, lit. Small Panda). Use for name is currently unknown. Name call outs for Dr. Abel and the Tekken Force (As well as the Japanese name, Tekkenshu). Name call outs for Grandmaster.

Different takes of the announcer saying "Go!" and "Fight!". The former can be heard in an early trailer.

Announcer takes of "Stage","Extra Round","Battle", and "Knock-Out".

Announcer takes of "New Record!" and "Congratulations!" which were most likely meant to be used for the results screen.

Announcer take of "The King Of Iron Fist Tournament 4" and "Tekken 4." The former was to be used in the character select screen, but replaced with "Welcome to The King of Iron Fist Tournament 4." The latter was used in a Japanese commercial.

Announcer take of "Welcome to the Practice Arena!" and an alternate take on "Welcome to The King of Iron Fist Tournament 4!" The former was used in the PS2 port.

Announcer takes of ""The King of Iron Fist Tournament Final Battle" and "The King of Iron Fist Tournament Final Stage". Early takes for the cut scene before the final stage.

2 more alternate takes of "Welcome to The King of Iron Fist Tournament 4".

Name Clip Notes
Good Morning!
Announcer take of "Good Morning!". It's commonplace for Tekken machines to have that line play upon booting. It's unknown as to why this wasn't used.
Produced By Namco
Announcer take of "Produced by Namco." Another line used in early game play trailers.
An early name for Violet.
Dean Earwicker
An early name for Steve Fox. It is referenced in the PS2 port's "Tekken Force" mode, where it's occasionally used as an enemy name.
Leonard Gardner
An early name for Steve Fox.
Ryan Lewis
An early name for Steve Fox.
Sugar McGregor
An early name for Steve Fox.
Amy Nascimento
An early name for Christie Monteiro.
Fiona Gilberto
An early name for Christie Monteiro.
Extra Round
While "Extra Round" was a concept that was never used in this game, it did show up in Tekken 6, when fighting against the optional sub-boss NANCY-MI847J.
(Source: Tekken 4 - Announcer Voice Samples (Namco System 246))