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Angel
Hidden Character
Available by selecting Devil with either kick button.
Anna Williams
Playable Character
Armor King
Playable Character
Bryan Fury
Playable Character
Eddy Gordo
Playable Character
Forest Law
Playable Character
Portrayed by Katsuhiro Harada
Gun Jack
Playable Character
Portrayed by Banjo Ginga
Heihachi Mishima
Playable Character
Portrayed by Daisuke Gouri
Hwoarang
Playable Character
Jack-2
Unlockable Character
Portrayed by Banjo Ginga
Time release/unlockable
Jin Kazama
Playable Character
Portrayed by Isshin Chiba
Jun Kazama
Playable Character
Portrayed by Shiho Kikuchi
Kazuya Mishima
Playable Character
Time release/unlockable
King (II)
Playable Character
Kuma (II)
Hidden Character
Time release/unlockable
Kunimitsu
Unlockable Character
Portrayed by Shiho Kikuchi
Time release/unlockable
Lee Chaolan
Hidden Character
Time release/unlockable
Lei Wulong
Playable Character
Michelle Chang
Playable Character
Mokujin
Hidden Character
Time release/unlockable
Nina Williams
Playable Character
Portrayed by Lynn Harris
Ogre
Hidden Character
Time release/unlockable
Panda
Hidden Character
Selectable by pressing either kick button on Kuma.
Paul Phoenix
Playable Character
Portrayed by Eric Kelso
Prototype Jack
Hidden Character
Portrayed by Banjo Ginga
Time release/unlockable
Roger
Hidden Character
Time release/unlockable
Tetsujin
Hidden Character
Available by selecting Mokujin with the Right Punch button.
Tiger Jackson
Hidden Character
Selectable by pressing the start button on Eddy Gordo.
True Ogre
Hidden Character
Time release/unlockable
Unknown
Boss Character
Unlockable in Playstation 2 port
Wang Jinrei
Hidden Character
Time release/unlockable
Xiaoyu
Playable Character
Portrayed by Yumi Toma
Yoshimitsu
Playable Character
Portrayed by Katsuhiro Harada

Strike Down The Boskonovich
In Tekken Bowl, Dr. Boskonovich can be seen on the left side. If you are skilled enough, you can knock him down....
Fighter Select
Releases
Arcade
6/11/1999
Playstation 2
3/30/2000
Playstation 3
11/22/2011
Comes with a Blu-Ray copy of the Tekken: Blood Vengeance movie and a Tekken Tag Tournament 2 demo in a bundle titled "Tekken Hybrid"
Did you know?
Better Late Than Never
The name Kinjin appears in the data of the arcade versions of Tekken Tag Tournament. Since kin is Japanese for gold, many assumed that this was originally supposed to be applied to Tetsujin's unlockable gold palette.

14 years later, Kinjin finally appeared as a boss character in Tekken Revolution, as a golden, flamboyantly dressed version of Tetsujin.

Sisters in Discontinuity?
According to the Tekken 6 art book, Tekken Tag Tournament was originally a canon game, and the character that eventually became Unknown was originally developed as Jun Kazama's sister. Since TTT eventually became a dream match, it is uncertain if this detail can be considered canon.

However, in TTT2, Jun actually becomes Unknown after defeating her one round in the game's single player mode.

Strike Down The Boskonovich
In Tekken Bowl, Dr. Boskonovich can be seen on the left side. If you are skilled enough, you can knock him down.


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