21 Facts About Heihachi Mishima


Heihachi Mishima was a boss character in two additional installments.

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Heihachi Mishima is opposed by many of his relatives who wish for his death out of revenge and to take over the Zaibatsu.

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Outside of Tekken spin-off titles, Heihachi Mishima appears as a playable character in other games such as Soul Calibur II, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Street Fighter X Tekken, and the Project X Zone games.

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Heihachi Mishima is featured in the printed, animated and live-action adaptations of the Tekken series.

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Critical reception to Heihachi Mishima has been positive with journalists praising his moves and characterization.

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Tekken series director Katsuhiro Harada has stated that Heihachi Mishima is his favorite character in the series overall and the character he most frequently selects when playing.

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Heihachi Mishima viewed this type of family as "too hard" in comparison.

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Fifteen years later, Heihachi Mishima learns of a creature, Ogre, which has immortal blood, Heihachi Mishima seeks his blood in order to create an "ultimate life form".

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Heihachi Mishima later meets Kazumi Hachijo, who is much younger than him and sent by her family.

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In Tekken Tag Tournament 2, Tekken 3D: Prime Edition, Tekken Revolution, PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale, Project X Zone, and Project X Zone 2, Heihachi Mishima appears to have regressed back to his original appearance.

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Heihachi Mishima makes an appearance as a playable guest character in the PlayStation 2 and HD Online versions of the fighting game Soulcalibur II, and as an unlockable narrator in Ridge Racer 6, one of the launch titles for Xbox 360.

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Heihachi Mishima later appears as a background character in the Mishima Dojo stage and as a Spirit.

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Heihachi Mishima makes guest appearances in the role-playing game Tales of the Abyss and in Pac-Man Fever .

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Heihachi Mishima appears in the crossover fighting game Street Fighter X Tekken with Kuma as his official tag partner.

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Heihachi Mishima appears in SNK's mobile phone game The King of Fighters All Star.

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Heihachi Mishima appears as the main antagonist in the 2011 CGI animated film Tekken: Blood Vengeance, which is an alternate retelling of the events between Tekken 5 and Tekken 6.

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Heihachi Mishima is present in the novel Tekken: The Dark History of Mishima.

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Heihachi Mishima was recognized as one of the best bosses in gaming as well as Tekken characters by multiple websites.

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Heihachi Mishima was listed as the 78th "most dastardly ne'er-do-wells" villains on video game by GamesRadar.

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Anime News Network joked about how ridiculously evil Heihachi Mishima is seen in the film due to how he nearly kills Kazuya.

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The Fandom Post enjoyed Heihachi Mishima's fight against Kazuya in the Western comics while noting that the comic gave him more honor than his son.

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