Tekken 7

Global Total as of 23rd Sep 2017 (units): 0.95m
Platform: PlayStation 4Also on: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Arcade, Microsoft Windows, Xbox One
Developer: Namco Bandai Games Genre: Fighting

Total Units

North America: 0.32m 33.4%
+ Europe: 0.39m 41.2%
+ Japan: 0.10m 10.8%
+ Rest of the World: 0.14m 14.6%
= Global 0.95m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Tekken 7 Namco Bandai GamesJapan01st June 2017Retail
Tekken 7 Namco Bandai GamesNorth America02nd June 2017Retail
Tekken 7 Namco Bandai GamesEurope02nd June 2017Retail

Game Overview

Tekken 7 is a fighting game developed and published by Bandai Namco Games for Arcades in early 2015. It is expected to release on console platforms at a later date.

The seventh mainline entry in the Tekken series of fighting games, Tekken 7 will introduce new gameplay mechanics, upgraded graphics, and new characters.jin og jin devilog en andre

Comments

Kowan (on 10 October 2017)
Undertracked. According to Harada(series
director of Tekken 7). Tekken 7 has sold
over 2 million copies on consoles(June
to september) I doubt a month of update
would add that much for VGchartz'
numbers to match considering how low
they are tracking tekken
7.
https://twitter.com/Harada_TEKKEN/st
atus/917737223461539841
STARLEZZ (on 27 September 2017)
Horrible flop in Japan
Mr Puggsly (on 14 August 2017)
@StreaK - No, the is simply gore is part
of what makes MK interesting. But more
importantly its also a fun fighting game
that thrived again when the gameplay
improved in MK9.

@specedelete - Your
argument is essentially gore keeps MK
from being a traditional fighter. I get
the impression you have played much of
those games because they're pretty well
balanced competitive fighting games.
Gore aside they're very traditional.
StreaK (on 07 August 2017)
@spacedelete Yeah, I think you're
right! I thought about it and I think
MK's violent style and dark nature is
what is selling it. There are a ton of
gore fans out there and MK fits that
void perfectly.
spacedelete (on 29 July 2017)
@StreaK mortal kombat isn't a
traditional fighting game. people buy it
for the gore, blood and fatalities
rather than the fighting. smash bros
which people buy for nintendo nostalgia
and mortal kombat for the gore aren't
traditional fighting games. by
traditional i mean games like street
fighter, tekken, guilty gear which dont
really sell well anymore. they all have
their hardcore but everyone else dont
buy them.
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