Bloodline trailer brings the beloved fighting game to Netflix

Streaming giant Netflix has brought one of the most popular fighting video games to life in the first trailer for their upcoming anime adaptation, Tekken: Bloodline. The series, based on the 3D fighting game franchise, tekken, will focus on well-known character Jin Kazama as he trains for the upcoming battle, uncovering dark truths about himself and his legacy along the way. You can check out the trailer below.

While video game adaptations tend to be extremely hit or miss (mostly duds), anime versions of the digital source material are often much higher quality than their live-action brethren. You look Legends of Mortal Kombat: Revenge of the Scorpion. So though we’ve been burned many times before, try not to give up Tekken: Bloodline just now.


The official synopsis for Tekken: Bloodline, which comes courtesy of Netflix on YouTubebed :

“’Power is everything.’ Jin Kazama learned family self-defense arts, traditional Kazama-style martial arts, from his mother at an early age. Even so, he was helpless when a monstrous evil suddenly appeared, destroying everything he held dear, changing his life forever. Angry at himself for not being able to stop him, Jin swore revenge and sought absolute power to demand it. His quest will lead to the ultimate battle on the world stage: the King of Iron Fist Tournament.

A poster for Tekken: Bloodline was also unleashed alongside the trailer, giving us another look at the mysterious powers possessed by Jin Kazama, who embarks on a heroic mission leading to the ultimate battle.


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In addition to teasing its main character and his tumultuous journey from adolescence out of his depth to almighty warrior, hinting at several elements of his past that will be familiar to fans of the video game, the Tekken: Bloodline The trailer also reveals several other characters that will be featured in the animated series.

The spiky-haired, mustachioed Heihachi Mishima will act as the main antagonist, much like in the video games, taking his grandson Jin Kazama under his wing and teaching him the ways of the warrior while hoping to unleash a dark power that resides within. inside. him.

Other characters shown in the images include Kazuya Mishima, Jin Kazama’s estranged father who is often depicted as an anti-hero in the tekken Games; Leroy Smith, a martial artist from New York who has a vendetta against Heihachi Mishima; Jun Kazama, Jin Kazama’s mother; Paul Phoenix, a hot-tempered, tousled-haired biker and judoka who hopes to prove he’s the best fighter in the world by winning the Iron Fist Tournament; King, a masked wrestler; and Ogre, an Aztec fighting god with ties to Jin Kazama and his mysterious, mystical, and violent past.

tekken has already been adapted for the screen in the form of several animated projects and a live-action film in 2009. Hoping that Tekken: Bloodline can succeed where they have failed. Tekken: Bloodline has yet to receive a specific release date from Netflix, but is expected to be released on the streaming platform worldwide in 2022.


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