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"Asuka Kazama first appeared in Tekken 5 and has returned for every game since. Though their exact relationship has not been explicitly stated as of yet, I' m Dislikes: Anna, Bruce, Christie, Jack-6, Jun, Lee, Raven, Xiaoyu so we shall quiz the three on one thing that is most iconic to Jin his family!". Following an ambiguous relationship with Kazuya Mishima, she became the mother of Jin Kazama. All Quizzes Fresh Lists Trending Topics. Jun Kazama. Save. Jun Kazama (風間 準 Kazama Jun) is a fictional character from the Tekken fighting .  A mix of hers and Asuka's outfit from TTT2 was released in the " Sexy". Asuka's father is Jun's brother. Jin is Jun's son. It would be cool in a later tekken game to have asukas father as a playable character.
Outside of the series, she appears as a playable character in the crossover game Street Fighter X Tekken where her official tag partner is Lili. Though her profile states that she breaks up fights regularly "by knockout", as added in the game's prologueshe seems to enjoy fighting herself. In her story mode, after defeating her target Feng Weishe decides to remain at the tournament in order to "have fun".
Her pre- and post-match quotes demonstrate her confidence. Asuka speaks Japanese with a very heavy Kansai region dialect.
In Tekken 5 and Tekken 5: Dark ResurrectionAsuka's default outfit in which she is usually portrayed in official art and CG renders is a blue halter top and bluish white short shorts changed to red and black respectively in Dark Resurrectionwith matching motorcycle and elbow protectors. One is a Japanese parochial schoolgirl uniform with a yellow sweater vest and pleated skirt, seen during both her intro and her prologue. The other is a visual kei geisha -like outfit with high-heel sandals.
In Tekken 6Asuka retains her default costumes from Dark Resurrection, including the school uniform but excluding the geisha costume. But to answer your points: T1 and T2, Anna got in the way.
T3 she's being controlled by Ogre, so it's not like she knows what she's doing, and when Ogre's killed the influence is released. She had no reason to kill Jin for herself. T4 she finds out that the hit is her son, so it's not like she could kill him. And in the story mode, isn't there a picture of a guy with his throat slit? How do you kill a guy like Jin who survives being shot in the head?
Or Kaz, who returns from being in a volcano and survives being thrown off a cliff as a child? Or Heihachi, who's as old as hell but still survives a cliff, too. A distraction technique lol.
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You could say that the guys fighting with their shirts off is the same thing. Face it, they're not going to wear a potato sack, something loose and flowing just gets in the way of combat. You need something sleek to have freedom of movement.
Not to mention that Christie would never win because she's an amateur anyway, hadn't Eddy only been training her for a couple of months at best? And she didn't enter the Tournament to win. She was looking for Eddy. Same as Anna was only in the tournament to stop her sister from being a killer or getting herself killed. Also, I always thought that Jun was the one who 'defeated' devil with her holy power and compassionate nature, and Kazuya, minus his Devil power, got his ass kicked by Heihachi.
Jun would never have been interested in running the Mishima Zaibatsu anyway. If Jun beat Devil, Which we know she did for a fact at least once, while she was pregnant who is the most powerful out of the Mishima's, that means Jun is stronger than them all. She's a young girl with a good heart, but she's never come across as lacking intelligence, to me.
Not to mention that in her T3 ending she kicks Heihachi's ass. She's at the Mishima Polytechnical College, so she can't be stupid. It says she dislikes Math, but that doesn't make her stupid. She has a crush on Jin and wants to help people T4 and T5 story so how does that make her ditzy?
When you make claims that you can't back up, it's too easy to take them apart. Only Julia and Michelle dont fit the bill.
Other than the fact they lose. Julia was in the tournament in T3 to find Michelle, who had been kidnapped by Heihachi. In T4, she wanted to reforest her home, and in her ending it shows that she had been duped into creating Genocell, which had a duality of being used to manipulate the Devil gene.
She successfully wiped out that data, so it's not like she accomplished nothing. She wasn't there for the win. Michelle I can't really answer for, other than she was in it for revenge and was ill prepared, and the Mishimas have first dibs in the revenge department because their reasons are stronger. She's strong, but her style has too many weaknesses. Kuni is greedy, and has a really crap knife. Yoshimitsu has a sword. It's pretty obvious who was gonna win, although Kunimitsu was well improved in TTT.
Though I personally half-believe that Yoshi killed her.
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Asuka Kazama seems to be a strong contender, and I wouldn't be surprised if she beat T5. Anyways, the whole 'Tekken is sexist' thing doesn't have anything to do with believing that rape is a part of the story. This is all possibility.
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For all we know, maybe Jun slept with every guy in the game. Of coarse, that defies everything Pervs in Namco but do we know she didn't?
It's highly unlikely and I find that idea somewhat rediculous. It seems to contrast with the 'purity' of her character to a certain degree and is quite a cheapening notion.
Rape is degrading too. Why would Namco create a female character full of purity, for the sheer purpose of degrading her? Seems a bit sick, to me.
I prefer to think that Jin is a child born of something special and consentual, if Kazuya was going to rape someone, why not Anna? She dresses more provocatively than Jun. It makes no sense. Maybe in reality, Jin is Heihachis son.
We were just made to believe it was Kazuyas. It's been confirmed that Jin is Kazuya's son. If he was Heihachi's, why would they do that? More importantly, why would he have the Devil gene? A little odd to be taught during the holiday season, but Steve considered himself a master of pasta, and could only see good coming from this lesson. After all, in every chick flick he'd been forced to watch, both men and women were impressed by someone who could cook.
Steve totally had this.
Jin tried not to cringe at the smug smile that curved exactly like Nina's. Steve, Jin, and about ten others were standing behind rows of counters in a community college classroom, all paired off and waiting for instructions. Either that or she wasn't allowed out often at all. Unfortunately, we had a couple of unanticipated guests today, so I don't have any prep materials, but the instructions are all written on the board, and if you have any questions just ask me, I'll be glad to help!
She waited for a few more seconds before everyone else took that as a cue to start. Jin pushed it back onto the counter. He'd decided long ago about five minutes to be exact that he would ruin this date to keep Steve and his Nina-like qualities far away from him. If that meant being an out of character jerk instead of a brooding jerk, then so be it.
Steve was about to respond with a dry British remark when pots crashing behind him made him jump. How the hell do you see behind that mask, anyways? What are you doing here? This harlot wasn't about to ruin his chances at money! It looked like he was about to say something mean to Kunimitsu, but he took notice of Jin and Steve.
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Or allowed to reproduce, for that matter. But if I win-" "-we win," Marduk corrected. The way he saw it, either way he won. They nodded to each other before starting to prepare. As if on cue, a bunch of pots crashed behind them, and Kunimitsu yelled: He gracefully chopped the onions and garlic, hoping Jin might appreciate the finesse Steve put into such an easy task.
Why was Jin being so difficult? He'd only been moody on all of the other dates. Nina may have been a monster, but she was still his mother. Maybe if Lili's the judge, we'll win. And what the hell do you know about cooking?