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Harada holds poll for new characters in Tekken Revolution


4:00 PM on 07.12.2013
Original Tekken characterHarada holds poll for new characters in Tekken Revolution photo



In case you haven't heard, Namco Bandai released a free-to-play version of Tekken on the PlayStation 3 called Tekken Revolution. Producer Katsuhiro Harada recently checked in with fans, and noted that due to the game's popularity, they're adding original new characters that have never been seen before in a Tekken game -- and you get to vote on them.

After the three top picks are chosen in a Facebook poll, the final free will go to the Fighting Panel at San Diego Comic-Con on July 19th for a final vote. Harada says that if the community is vocal enough about the winner, they'll consider putting them in future games -- awesome!

There are ten options in total, with my absolute favorite being the "Syake," or "Salmon," who is literally just a salmon who can fight with flopping around and shooting eggs.  If you want to be a part of all this, you can find the official Facebook poll here.

Katsuhiro Harada [TwitLonger]








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