'We Are Tekken' wants you to re-imagine Tekken Tag 2



3:30 PM on 06.20.2012

Any musicians, artists, or producers out there that are Tekken fans? Well, Namco Bandai is looking for you and wants you to create your own original piece of artwork (inspired by the characters and environments of the series) or remix one of six songs. They want you to show what you want Tekken Tag Tournament 2 to look like, had you been in charge throughout its creation.

When you're all finished, just head over to the "We Are Tekken" app on Tekken's Facebook page and submit your work (or you can just go to the Juno Download page for the music part). If you're hand-picked as a winner, your artwork or song will appear in the artbook or remix CD, respectively, that's included with the "We Are Tekken" edition of Tekken Tag Tournament 2 that launches this fall.

I can't wait to see the all the Rule 34 and Rule 63 fan art that people submit. You know that's a thing that's going to happen. Anyway, to see the full list of prizes that Juno is giving away, hit the jump.

First prize winner will receive:

  • €500 cash prize
  • Avid Fast Track C400 audio interface 
    and Pro Tools MP software 
    (worth €250)
  • Vestax VCI-380 controller for Serato
    (worth €700)
  • Novation Impulse 61 Keyboard Controller 
    (worth €300)
  • 12 month SoundCloud Pro account 
    (worth €250)
  • €200 Juno vouchers
  • Mixed In Key and Platinum Notes
    (worth €100)
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 
    'We Are Tekken' collector's edition
    (worth €50)
  • A professionally mastered copy of their remix to be released on the official winning remixes free download EP

Four runners up will each receive:

  • €250 cash prize
  • 12 month SoundCloud Pro account 
    (worth €250)
  • 50 Juno vouchers
  • Mixed In Key and Platinum Notes
    (worth €100)
  • Tekken Tag Tournament 2 'We Are Tekken' collector's edition
    (worth €50)
  • A professionally mastered copy of their remix to be released on the official winning remixes free download EP


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