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Tekken: The Motion Picture

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The Mishima corporation is one of the richest conglomerates on the planet, and its owner, the legendary fighter Heihachi Mishima, is now sponsoring a martial arts competition – whoever can best the other competitors and finally defeat Heihachi himself will be awarded both wealth and the title of King of Iron Fist. But money and fame are not the only factors drawing fighters to the competition, as Heihachi has made many enemies over time – his son Kazuya being one of them.

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Name Role
Kazuaki YANAGISAWA Character Design
Kunihisa SUGISHIMA Director
Kazuhiko TOYAMA Music
Yumiko MASUJIMA Producer
Akira SAIGOKU Producer
Yoshimasa MORI Producer

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Tekken: The Motion Picture DBZAOTA482 2/10 Jan 9, 2013
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Join the characters from the acclaimed Samurai Shodown (AKA Samurai Spirits) games, as they try to rid Japan of a great evil. Shirou Amakusa has broken the seal holding the evil god Ambroja at bay, and now it's up to Haohmaru and his companions to thwart this foul plan.

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Another anime inspired by a fighting videogame. Tekken is a much better animated movie, even if shorter.

Street Fighter Alpha: The Movie

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For a skilled martial artist like Ryu, nothing is more important than becoming stronger. But strength comes at a price, as Ryu finds out when the evil presense of Akuma, his eternal rival, awakens within him a great and vile power, the "Dark Hadou." As a mysterious scientist emerges with plans to harness the power of the world's strongest fighters, Ryu must confront and destroy this new enemy before all of mankind is enslaved. With the lives of his friends hanging in the balance, can Ryu overcome the evil power within, before it completely consumes him?

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Fighting movies made from their games. Though SF Alpha manages to keep a more coherant story, fighting is what it's all about.

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This anime is a spawn of one of the good ol' classic fighting game, like Tekken, both go back a long way. Both have pretty kickass fighting scenes which relive the ingame moves the characters use, as well as being true to the games' storylines.

Although they both have similar 'trials' they must go through in order to achieve what they wish, Street Fighter follows Ryu closely as its main protagonist whereas Tekken has multiple main protagonists, the most prominent being Jun Kazama, Kazuya Mishma and Jin Kazama.

Both animes have enjoyable plot moments and a story that you can really get into, especially if you love martial arts and character development. But hell, whatever type of anime person you are you won't be disappointed as you find yourself watching them again and buying the games :).