Tekken 3

PlayStation Tekken 3

Jewel Case Release


Genre: One-on-One-Fighting CDs: 1
Publisher: Namco Released: April 29, 1998
Developer: Namco UPC: 7 22674 02079 4
Sony ID: SLUS-00402 PSRM: 009510
Players: 1 to 2 Players Memory: 1 Block
Accessories: None
ESRB: Teen Animated Violence
Box Copy:

The fight of your life. An ancient evil force has reawakened, attacking in secret and feeding on the souls of mighty warriors. To lure it out of hiding will take the greatest fighting contest the world has ever seen…Tekken 3. Some are fighting for revenge, some for honor. Ultimately, all are fighting for their lives and the fate of mankind.

  • Hidden Features – Secret characters, secret game modes, and dramatic cinematic sequences for each character.
  • New Fighting Styles – Including the Brazilian art of Capoeira fighting and two new styles of Kung Fu.
  • New Characters – Includes your favorite arcade characters: Eddy, Jin, Xiaoyu, Hwoarang, Julia, Law, Mokujin, Bryan, Ogre, and more along with new characters created just for the PlayStation version.
  • Faster Gameplay – Instant bounce-back from falls, more escapes from tackles and stuns, plus all-new throws make gameplay faster then ever before.



Our first variant is the good old Greatest Hits. Nothing surprising here.

PlayStation Tekken 3 Greatest Hits Original ESRB

Greatest Hits Release with Original ESRB

When the ESRB re-branded it’s rating symbols, Namco re-printed Tekken 3 with a matching Black “T for Teen” to keep up, but they only changed the manual. The disc still has the original style.

PlayStation Tekken 3 Updated ESRB Manual

Greatest Hits with updated ESRB Logo (Manual Only)




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  • GameShark fans were given a rude surprise in the vein of ‘A Christmas Story’ when the game arrived on US Shores. A fan-site of hackers created a rather lengthy code that had to be inputted very specifically for it to work. Being one of the gullible ones, I took the time to do it. All that happens is the title screen’s Mode Letters have been re-arranged to read something like, “Versus Books Rocks with Style”
  • Namco did something pretty cool with the release of Tekken 5 on the PS2. If you jump into the game’s Option Setting, you can find the emulated versions of the real arcade roms of Tekken 1, 2, and 3.
  • Speaking of GameSharks, you can actually create a code set where you can map the character graphics to any character move set. Watching a Panda act like a cute Japanese school girl is a sight you have to see.

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