Tekken 5: Dark Resurrection Online

Free update available.

Leading video games developer and publisher NAMCO BANDAI Games

America Inc. announced today that they have released a free update for TEKKEN5: Dark ResurrectionOnline. Available at the PLAYSTATIONStore, exclusively for the PLAYSTATION3 computer entertainment system, the new downloadable update brings a host of new features that will further enhance the gameplay experience

Released in March 2007, TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection is a must-have for Tekken aficionados as it boasts new features including the opportunity to fight as Jinpachi Mishima, the previously unplayable boss from the arcade version.

Optimized in 1080p, TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection features classic gameplay with various modes that will test gamers skills in a host of showdowns and allows them to view character art and movies.

TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection Online was released in August 2007 as an online update which allows players to battle each other online in custom matches, with the results being tracked on the leader boards, a first for the franchise.

TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection is now available for download on the PlayStation Network for $19.99. TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection Online is also available for the low price of $9.99. Both games can be purchased as a bundle for $29.99. For more information on TEKKEN 5: Dark Resurrection and Dark Resurrection Online, please visit:

NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc. is a leading interactive entertainment software publisher and developer based in Santa Clara, CA. The company is a part of the NAMCO BANDAI group of companies known for creating and publishing many of the industry's top video game franchises including the PAC-MAN, SOULCALIBUR, Naruto and Tekken brands. For more information about NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc., and our products log onto


Press Release 2008 NAMCO BANDAI Games America Inc.

Arne Cual-Pedroso

Namco Bandai Games America

(408) 235-2132

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