Tekken 4

Tekken 4
US Release: Jul 2001
Japan Release: Jul 14, 2001
Europe Release: Sep 13, 2002

Game Developer: Namco Bandai

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Franchise: Tekken
Characters on BTVA: 20
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Shaun Ince
said at 6:43 PM on Tue Jul 3 2018
I've been wondering about this for a while. Does anyone know which studio where the voice acting was recorded for this Tekken game? As far as I know, they only started using Cup of Tea Productions for Tekken starting from the 5th game. Though I'm not sure if it was the same case with Tekken 4.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 8:15 PM on Tue Jul 3 2018
@Shaun Ince Definitely not Cup of Tea, but I think multiple studios were involved. Most English actors here live in Japan, but Scott Reyns is from San Francisco and apparently Ezra J Stanley is too.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:30 PM on Tue Jul 3 2018
@Nightmare Crusher I had been scouring through YouTube to find end credits for the game, only to find nothing. I asked NCZ about it, he said most of it was just done in Japan. That definitely rules out any possibility of Cup of Tea Productions being involved with this Tekken game.
rosebr10
said at 12:14 PM on Wed Jul 4 2018
@Shaun Ince
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XL6unnWh814#t=22m35s

PS2 version credits the cast, unlike the Arcade version.
Shaun Ince
said at 2:14 PM on Wed Jul 4 2018
@rosebr10 Interesting. So it's not attributed to any company in particular, just cast credits.
CelestialOuroboros
said at 6:12 PM on Sat Nov 18 2017
 1 Shout Out!
Jin: "Zere's... no reason to fright."

Hwoarang: "You ain't got one,"

{he dramatically turns around}

"Well, I do!"
CelestialOuroboros
said at 8:23 PM on Sun Mar 19 2017
Now here's a game in the series that I've got the least experience with. From what little I have played the installment via arcades, it definitely wasn't a bad Tekken entry and it was real damn tight to see Kazuya make his official return; when I say "official", that means Tag doesn't count taking into consideration its non-canon status. With that being said, what 4 managed to establish, 5 pretty much perfected.

To add to that, whilst the soundtrack's nowhere near as memorable as the PS1 Trilogy or Tag Tournament, I'd argue that the game's score is fairly underrated by comparison. "Didgerhythm," "The Strongest Iron Arena," "Bit Crusher," "Kitsch," "Authentic Sky..." These five pieces slap, *especially* the former three. Also find myself partial to "Jet" and "Fetus", which do a really fine job at setting the overall atmosphere for the game.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 8:40 PM on Sun Mar 19 2017
@CelestialOuroboros

Yeah, I find Tekken 4 is the odd duck in the series. It feels like a weird middle child between Tag (basically the culmination of the original trilogy with a shiny PS2 coat of paint) and 5 (which, as you say, is essentially the "perfected", fully realized vision of a modern-style Tekken game). Not bad, but it's a very "transitional" game, which helped pave the way for things to come.

It's also the only one I've never owned. Like you, I've only ever played it in arcades.
Shaun Ince
said at 6:21 PM on Mon Mar 20 2017
@NCZ The things that stood out to me in Tekken 4 was the direction of the story mode. It beckoned back to the days of Tekken 2 where the story got considerably darker. Not only that but the little mini biographies of the characters when you boot up the story mode helped flesh out the characters are bit more and we got insight as to what happened throughout the past 20 years.

The Mishima conflict was still the main focus but they also had Jin Kazama enrolled in this whole feud.

The one thing that stuck out to me the most was the ending movies. The characters actually speak and they were very dialogue heavy. And some of them were rather serious. I feel some of that was lost in later titles.
Fulgore2005
said at 7:03 PM on Tue Mar 21 2017
@Shaun Ince Agreed. Loved Paul's T4 ending. On a side note, I kinda like how most of Tekken 2's story was around the Mishima Zaibatsu and Kazuya Mishima.
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