Tekken Revolution rated in Australia
posted on 04.15.13 at 10:28 PM EDT by (@salromano)
Unknown Tekken Project from Namco Bandai.

The Australian Classification Board has rated something called “Tekken Revolution.”

The game is listed as multiplatform, authored by Tekken Project, and published by Namco Bandai Games.

Namco Bandai has yet to announce anything called Tekken Revolution. The latest Tekken release was last year’s Tekken Tag Tournament 2 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Wii U.

Thanks, NeoGAF.

  • Solomon_Kano

    http://www.siliconera.com/2013/04/15/will-tekken-arena-be-namco-bandais-next-tekken-project/

    Two Tekken trademarks spotted in one day!? What’s going on, Namdai?

    So we’ve got Tekken Arena… and Tekken Revolution. I feel like Revolution is going to end up being an as-yet-announced next-gen fighter or a Vita port of TTT2. DW Next tells me that publishers haven’t given up on poor naming conventions yet lol. Arena… that name gives me nothing but Power Stone vibes. Maybe one is for 3DS, to be announced at Wednesday’s Direct? 3D didn’t do terribly well, but you never know…

    I’m excited to see what not end up being.

    • PrinceHeir

      im excited as well :D

      Tekken Arena seems more like a bunch of mini games(ala Tekken Bowl, Ball)

      Tekken Revolution could be a port of Tekken Tag 2 on Vita :)

    • $16492437

      I have a feeling one of the games (Tekken Arena most likely) could end up being a free-to-play edition of Tekken, given Namco have finally embraced the business model (see: http://www.gamasutra.com/view/news/190369/Namco_Bandai_decides_to_embrace_freetoplay_after_all.php).

      Don’t think we’ll see a Vita port of TTT2 but I could be wrong – considering Wii U received a port announced almost a year back and that didn’t have any radical renaming.

      Update: Apparently it’s for a new version of Tekken Card Tournament: http://www.computerandvideogames.com/401220/tekken-revolution-breaks-cover/

      • Solomon_Kano

        Ah. So it ended up being the card game.

        So now we wait to see about Arena. I didn’t know Namdai had jumped on F2P, but since they’ve gotten into it we could very well see a F2P Tekken. Would be very interesting. They could make a killing having the base game free with paid cosmetics.

  • Ritsujun

    Tekken Arena in Japan.
    Tekken Revolution… the rest of the world.