What do you think of the martial arts moves in Tekken?

@hcvvmk (175)
April 12, 2010 12:15pm CST
Do you think they are real and practical in martial arts practices? MY taekwando exponent friend told me that Hwoa rang's taekwondo's skills are real and it requires high skills to execute the moves..How about others?
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@sasuke96 (798)
• India
1 Jul 10
Hello friend, The moves that are in Tekkan are just awesome. I like this game very much. But as your telling how is those moves then I will say that they are 90% unrealastic and 10% realastic. It will be pretty cool to learn those moves if I can though. Thank you1
@hcvvmk (175)
• Malaysia
1 Jul 10
I think some of them are ture..for instance, the taekwondo moves are real according to my tae kwon do exponent fren..he said that it's a very high level moves
@dr9rim (247)
• Australia
12 Apr 10
i think most or the moves in tekken is based on a real martial art and then they exaggerate it. that is why the moves look so good and natural. with exception to a few illogical characters. but still, it is based on something and they probably research it so that whatever illogical thing they made up wont make the game imbalanced.
• Philippines
19 Oct 10
yah its true its based from real martial arts like capoeira by eddy jet kune do by law,aikido of nina,its just so illogical its because they wanted to show that they produce in the movies is like what in the games,and thats what expectators really wanted and anticipated see.
• United States
20 Sep 10
wish there was more loved it big bruce lee fan
@Revan2009 (469)
12 Apr 10
Some of them are unrealistic but some are very realistic... in my opinion the less amazing means more realistic and will actually help win fights... Law's kicks and punches are generally mid height kicks, with the exception of a few which strike the face and head. Yoshimitsu has a few attacks that are not possible even in real life, the move where he swings his sword like a helicopter rotating blade is very unrealistic and not practical in martial arts - at least not for the duration he uses it: some where between 3-5 seconds, and he almost flies with it which exposes him to counters.