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Jun Kazama (風間 準 Kazama Jun) is a character in the Tekken series who first made her Her exact relationship with Kazuya is very much unknown. the very reason Jin sought to kill Ogre was because he believed that the god of fighting. oculo-facial-surgery.info Honestly, dude, I'd never heard that rumor either until that God-awful movie came out. Jun had expected KAzuya to be like his father, Heihachi, but she saw in .. how is it so far-fetched that she could love -god forbid - a person!?.
He broadcasts the images worldwide, exposing Kazuya's nature to undermine public trust in G Corporation as the Zaibatsu's opponents in the war.
In the final battle at the mouth of a volcano, Kazuya the final boss of the story mode transforms into his devil form, kills Heihachi, and throws him into a lava pit. Akuma resurfaces, having survived the previous blast. Kazuya transforms into his final devil form and they battle once more, with the outcome unknown.
Kazuya also appears in Tekken Revolution. Assault Horizon and it appears as in Taiko: Drum Master V Version. He wants to seize Pandora's Box to control the devil gene, and hires Nina Williams to assist him. As in the Tekken game series, he is thrown off a cliff at a young age by Heihachi and saved by a deal with the devil.
Kazuya becomes bent on revenge against Heihachi and enters the King of Iron Fist Tournament to confront him. Jun Kazama repeatedly implores him not to kill his father; after Kazuya defeats Heihachi, Jun destroys the devil's influence and restores his kind, compassionate self.
He spares Heihachi's life and fathers Jin with Jun, but is not seen after the tournament's conclusion. Kazuya is Heihachi's right-hand man at Tekken Corporation, hoping to take over his father's company. Impatient with Heihachi's compassion for Jin, he overthrows him and orders his execution although Heihachi persuades the soldier to spare him.
After Jin wins the tournament, Kazuya challenges him to a one-on-one duel. Initially defeating Jin, Kazuya is critically wounded; however, Jin refuses to kill him because of their blood relation and lets him live in shame. An amnesiac afer experiments by his father, Kazuya spends the movie fighting until he regains his memory.
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. 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. 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? Not to mention that the T3 Arcade intro wouldn't make sense. Thats pretty funny and yes, devil gene proves he is Kazuyas son but obviously, it defies everything. And your point is? So it is safe to say, they were either in love or she was raped. It's simply a matter of looking at the facts and events, and making up your own mind.
If Jun could beat Devil Kazuya then why can't she win the tournament? It's in the official story that she left before the tournament was over, I believe.
Do you really think that she was interested in gaining control of the Mishima Zaibatsu? And as you said, Namco doesnt give out info on any of the relationships now they may since they explain the storyline better. But that doesn't help you in the fact, that it just deosnt say. So we will never know which happened. Yeah but it doesn't help you either, and there's nothing to suggest that rape was involved. Also, if that is the same Kazuya from Tekken 2 that is in Tekken 4, why is he so cold hearted and wants only Jins powers?
Doesn't sound like a loving guy to me. Dying will do that to you. So you've contradicted part of the opinion you stated earlier. Anyways, my opinion on this is that Kazuya knew Jun was dead, and that it killed a part of him.
He forcibly shut down his emotions, and focused on his original goal, which was killing Heihachi. If you watch the T4 intro, he says "I'll. He opened himself up to Devil again, and sought out Jin in order to take his Devil power.
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But note that he does not kill Jin. Why would he have left Jin alive, if he was so cold and soul-less? Surely Jin would have just been an obstacle to him? Not to mention that, for Jin to have won T4, Kaz must have held back. Jin had been chained up, with chains that were draining his powers Heihachi explains that is what the chains do, in his ending. If Jin regained consciousness from being bound by chains which were leeching his energy, how could he have won?
Many assume they did it the night before he was killed by Heihachi How long can this tournament be? If Kazuya raped Jun, she would fight back. Jun would probably have beaten up Kazuya pretty badly before he could overpower her. If Kazuya was so set on raping someone, why would he try it with someone who would be able to fight back?
That makes no sense, especially in a fighting tournament. You don't pick fights that you can avoid, because you want to be in the best possible shape. Why would he attack someone who can hold their own? His goal was to kill his father, not to get his jollies. I can't see any motive for him attacking her that would make sense. It features Jin's journey to G Corporation's laboratory where he faces multiple enemies after hearing Jun's voice.
Similarly, he plays as the primary antagonist in Tekken 6's "Scenario Campaign" mode and is the last story-related enemy that the player has to fight. Near the end of the Scenario Campaign, he is confronted by his half-uncle Lars Alexandersson who is rallying a faction within the Zaibatsu's Tekken Force military to take down their former leader.
However, Lars fails to defeat Jin when the former reveals he has been using Lars' partner, Alisa, to observe his actions and Lars is unable to fight Alisa. Jin's ultimate goal in awakening such a monster is to fight it in a suicidal battle and both save the world from Azazel and free himself of the Devil Gene.
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Alternatively, Devil Jin also appears as a hidden boss in the scenario. Due to his weakened state while being cornered by the soldiers who pursued him, Jin's devil power is stronger than ever.
He then arrives at a marketplace and is about to be captured by the soldiers when he is saved by his half-uncle Lars and transported to another branch building of Violet System, owned by his adoptive uncle Lee Chaolanfor him to rest and regain his strength.
Beating Tag Tournament as Jin results in a sequence where he tries to kill Kazuya but his body then starts shaking. He returned in the sequel Project X Zone 2 with Kazuya as his partner. The Motion Picture as a child.
The Dark History of Mishima. Blood Vengeancean alternate retelling of events between Tekken 5 and Tekken 6. In the film, Jin once again seeks to defeat Heihachi and Kazuya fighting both of them in the climax. With help from Alisa BosconovitchJin emerges as the winner and leaves hoping his high school friend Ling Xiaoyu defeats him in the next tournament.
This version of Jin differs significantly, wherein he was never raised by Heihachi and his mother was killed during a crackdown on insurgents by the Tekken Corporation. In addition, though he is still the illegitimate son of Kazuya, and he speaks with an English accent given that Foo is English. He enters the Iron Fist tournament to take revenge on Heihachi for his mother's death, but during the tournament, he learns that it was Kazuya who was responsible for the crackdown.