The first version of Tekken 6 was never released on console and is also very rare to find in arcades since most if not all would have
installed the updated version, also known as Tekken 6:Bloodline Rebellion.
This latest version is what the console release is based on, but the console release is marketing simple as 'Tekken 6', for this reason
and to not create any confusion we only created a single Tekken 6 section and forum. Any information found in this section pertains to
the arcade 'Tekken 6:Bloodline Rebellion' release and the 'Tekken 6' console release.
Shrouded in mystery, the King of Iron Fist Tournament 5 came to an end with the defeat of Jinpachi Mishima at the hands of Jin Kazama.
Jin took control of the Mishima Zaibatsu and began using the special Tekken Force unit to carry out covert disinformation and paramilitary
operations. As a result of its efforts, the general public became paranoid and minor incidents around the globe soon evolved into major
conflicts. Governments around the world grew increasingly impotent as chaos spread. At the peak of the carnage and confusion, the Mishima
Zaibatsu arose from the darkness, flexing the full potential of its military might and declaring its dominion over all governmental
The Mishima Zaibatsu took control of the world with overwhelming force. In response, G Corporation materialized in opposition to the
Zaibatsu, setting-out to subdue the Mishima forces globally. Hailed as civilizationís savior, The G Corporation offered a generous
bounty to anyone who captures Mishima Zaibatsu's leader, Jin Kazama. In an effort to lead the next steps in the deadly dance between
organizations, The Mishima Zaibatsu set the stage for battle with its announcement of The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6.
Some seek fame. Some seek the bounty on Jin's head. Some seek solely to banish their own inner demons. Each fighter has a unique agenda.
Welcome to The King of Iron Fist Tournament 6.