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The premise of each game in the main series documents the events of the King of Iron Fist Tournament, hosted by the Mishima Zaibatsu. The prize is typically control of the company, which allows the winner to host the following tournament. Tekken 2 and Tekken 3 are considered breakthrough titles and among the greatest games of all time, the latter also being the second best-selling fighting game to date. Re-released for the Zeebo via 3G in Brazil and Mexico on October 8 and November 4, 2009, respectively. The game features eight playable characters, each with their own sub-boss, stage and theme.
A port was also made several years later for Zeebo. There are ten playable characters as well as fifteen to unlock, for a total of twenty-five characters. The home version features four new modes that would become staples to the series, which were Survival, Team Battle, Time Attack, and Practice. Although the game is non-canonical to the storyline, it is considered a major entry to the franchise.
Placing distinction on the story, the home version includes a new Story mode unlocks cutscenes when played, in contrast to previous installments in which such cutscenes were unlocked from playing the Arcade Mode. Although Tekken games normally saw updates to the arcade versions, Tekken 5 was the first installment in the series that has a significant revision, and was rereleased with the subtitle Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection in 2005. Tekken 6 was originally released in arcades in 2007, followed by an updated version in 2008 titled Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion. Tekken Tag Tournament 2 was released in Japanese arcades in 2011. Its console version was released the next year and is based on the updated arcade version called Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Unlimited that contained new features. Tekken 7 was released in Japanese and Korean arcades in 2015.
Tekken 3 was also ported to the Game Boy Advance as Tekken Advance in 2001. Namco and Capcom agreed to create crossover games of the Tekken and Street Fighter franchises. Pokkén Tournament was announced in August 2014, as a spin-off of the franchise set within the Pokémon franchise. It was initially released in Japan as an arcade game, but was released internationally on Wii U in 2016, and is also ported to Nintendo Switch. Tekken Mobile, another spinoff, was released on March 1, 2018.