What kind of character is Hwoarang in Tekken?

What kind of character is Hwoarang in Tekken?

He is sometimes arrogant and brash as he likes to boast about his skills and strength. He still holds his focus on his opponents to not lose himself in his pride. He is very rebellious and does not like to obey orders, but this changes in regard to his master, Baek, whom he dearly respects.

How many costumes are there in Tekken 6?

Tekken 6 might have 4 costumes for each character as shown in the latest gameplay videos. Note Xiaoyu, Nina, Anna, Hwoarang (wears his in his cg art) and Julia have new player 2 Outfits.

Is there a console version of Tekken 6?

Instead, the console version called Tekken 6, which will be released to the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360, will be the equivalent of Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion, which was a arcade-only game. The deluxe arcade cabinet will retail for 4,480,000.00 JPY (36,229.72 USD) and will include a LIVE monitor, 2 Tekken 6 PCBs, 4 game stations.

Who are the new characters in Tekken 6?

Jin, Devil Jin and Yoshimitsu have new Player 1 and Player 2 Outfits, Jin however, is the only character to have both of his outfits on displayed seperately in his individual arcade and console cg art images. Newly unveiled is the “bounce” effect used in juggles.

What kind of fighting style does Hwoarang have?

Hwoarang debuted in Tekken 3 with a memorable and fun-to-use fighting style for all levels of players. From sequel to sequel, Hwoarang’s style became more and more dynamic, making him more appealing to advanced players.

Why is Hwoarang called ” Boy on bike “?

FUN FACT: In the pre-release of TEKKEN 3, Hwoarang was originally known as “Boy on Bike” as he was unnamed at the time. Because fans seemed to have trouble spelling his name, Hwoarang was often referred to as “Bob” or “Boy on Bike” for many years later in online forums. That moniker ended once Bob arrived in TEKKEN 6.

Why was Hwoarang drafted into the military?

Hwoarang smiles as he trembles with excitement. Back in his homeland of Korea, Hwoarang was drafted into the military and assigned to a SpecOps unit. Although his success in various missions were highly regarded, his penchant for disobeying rules and orders gave his senior officers more than a few headaches.