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Win a Tekken 7 Collector’s Edition for PlayStation 4!

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Man, it’s a good time to be a fan of fighting games. Injustice 2 is currently proving that NetherRealm can actually make great games, and Street Fighter II has been released for the bajillionth time, I guess.

And next week, Tekken 7 finally makes its long-awaited jump from its home in Japanese arcades to consoles and, for the first time ever, PC. To celebrate its impending launch, we’ve got a Tekken 7 Collector’s Edition for PlayStation 4 to give to one incredibly lucky winner.

Discover the epic showdown of the long-time clan warfare between members of the Mishima family with the TEKKEN 7 Collector’s Edition. Powered by Unreal Engine 4, the legendary fighting game franchise fights back with stunning story-driven cinematic battles and intense duels that can be enjoyed with friends and rivals. With TEKKEN 7 Collector’s edition, increase the thrill of the fight and receive the following content:

  • TEKKEN 7 Game
  • Season Pass including two special playable characters, a new game mode and hundreds of additional costumes
  • Aerial Figure of Heihachi and Kazuya trapped in their endless fight
  • Steelbook Case
  • Original Soundtrack Disc
  • Collector’s Box

Winning it will be easier than winning the King of Iron Fist Tournament, or putting a comb through Heihachi Mishima’s hair. All you have to do is fill in this form right here. Please note that the prize is only for those within South Africa. You may enter as many times as you like, as long as you’re using wholly unique email addresses. Gmail + aliases and ones from similar services will be removed. the competition runs until Tuesday 6 June. winners will be announced here and notified by email.

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We’ve got some other fun Tekken stuff planned, so keep an eye out.


Last Updated: May 26, 2017

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