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[Fastest Completion][Has commentary]PSX Tekken 3 (USA) in 02:22.72 by Spikestuff.
BizHawk Movie (.bk2) (date: 2015-09-04)
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Submission #4814 — Author's comments
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Obsoletes movie #2869 (01:49.73)
Rating: 4.8 (9 votes)
- Aims for in-game time instead of real-time
- Takes damage to save time
- Heavy luck manipulation
- Uses hardest difficulty
- Genre: Fighting

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Tekken Force, a paramilitary organization protecting the Mishima karate fighters, is nearly obliterated by the mighty Ogre. Heihachi Mishima's only hope is his grandson Jin Kazama, who lives with his mother Jun, unaware of his legacy. When the Ogre attacks his home and presumably kills his mother, Jin seeks out his grandfather and learns the martial arts of the family. On his nineteenth birthday, Heihachi announces the King of the Iron Fist Tournament 3, hoping that Jin will use the opportunity take out the meddlesome Ogre.

Tekken 3, like its predecessors, is a versus fighting game. New features include prominently featured side-stepping, allowing characters to retreat into the background and back during fights, more combo throws, fifteen more characters, and reduced jumping capabilities to allow for more realistic combat. Also included are two minigames: Tekken Force, a beat-em-up stage that unlocks a new character, and Tekken Ball, a beach volleyball variant where characters are hurt by the ball.

While this movie by Spikestuff seems slower than their previous TAS, it is in fact faster by 0.03 seconds in in-game time. This is because the game improperly lags during the True Ogre fight in the emulator used in the previous publication (PSXjin). This run was done on BizHawk's PSXHawk core called Octoshock, which doesn't have the aforementioned issue. Not much has changed otherwise.

The encodes feature commentary by the author as soft subtitles.
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