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Tekken 4 (PlayStation 2)

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Tekken 4

Developer: Namco
Publishers: Namco (JP/US), SCEE (EU)
Platform: PlayStation 2
Released in JP: March 28, 2002
Released in US: September 13, 2002
Released in EU: September 23, 2002

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  • Contains data for a playable invisible fighter.
    • There are also quite a few internal references to a character known as "Force", implying plans for another character similar to Crow from Tekken 3.
  • On an interesting note, the VS character select screen (Quadra) was apparently a scrapped theme directly from Ridge Racer V.

The fourth entry in the Tekken series. The game offers many new changes compared to the previous titles, with the most notable change being environmental interactions.


Read about prototype versions of this game that have been released or dumped.
Prototype Info
Read about prerelease information and/or media for this game.
Prerelease Info

Unused Boost Mode

An unused function exists which modifies the gameplay physics with turbo properties while displaying the text "BOOST" underneath the screen, which works during gameplay with the exception of Tekken Force mode (text is still displayed, but the code is not functional). The code works in all regions, with the only difference being that the text string "BOOST" is removed in both the US and EU versions of the game. This mode is inaccessible upon final release and was either scrapped during development or used for testing purposes.

This can be enabled using the following unencrypted codes:

Version Code
JP 003B5E8C 00000001
US 0035778C 00000001
EU 00359E8C 00000001
(: Original TCRF research)