For Tekken 7 on the PlayStation 4, a GameFAQs message board topic titled all in his Tekken Tag Tournament 2 ending (a stark contrast to Jn's ending). but Heihachi ruined all plans for that, the evil side won, and Kazuya. For Tekken Tag Tournament 2 on the PlayStation 3, a GameFAQs message Heihachi reaches the final round of Tekken 2 and beats Kazuya in his human form. I come at the end of the long road - neither human, nor devil. Tekken 7 hyped itself up as being the end of the Mishima saga and didn't QUITE deliver. the same couldn't be said in terms of his relationship with his son, Heihachi. . The second is through the non-canon Tekken Tag Tournament games.
He rises as Devil and then proceeds to lose to Heihachi a second time. And the rest is history, Heihachi decides to just throw Kazuya into a volcano to get rid of him, Jun is attacked by Devil trying to flee Kazuya's body and take Jun's unborn child.
Jun beats it back and lives in seclusion raising her and Kazuya's son. So, I think Kazuya did care and maybe even love Jun at some point early on.
TTT1 kind of hints at it with Devil's ending. But she's a secondary priority compared to Kazuya's lust for power. He might just hate her now because she's just a hindrance and Kazuya may need to kill Jin to get all the Devil power back, which is something he knows Jun wouldn't be for. In order to save the Zaibatsu's image, Heihachi captures footage of Kazuya's battle with Akuma in his Devil form; Their fight is interrupted as Heihachi blasts the two using Dr.
Able's satellite, but both survive. Deciding to face his son one on one, Heihachi allows a reporter to interview him about his past; Heihachi reveals that he was once happily married to Kazumi Hachijo, who had secretly been sent by her family to get close to Heihachi and kill him, having foreseen his future actions.
Heihachi killed Kazumi in self-defence, and then threw Kazuya off the cliff to kill him in case he had inherited the Devil Gene from Kazumi; Kazuya's survival confirmed his worst fears. Heihachi then confronts Kazuya at the site of a volcano and the two clash.
After a long struggle, Heihachi is finally killed when Kazuya damages his heart with a devil-powered punch to the chest; his body is subsequently thrown into a river of molten lava.
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Other video games[ edit ] In spin off Tekken Tag TournamentHeihachi appears as a playable character. By winning the game as him, Heihachi is seen meditating while remembering his fights against Kazuya and Jin. According to his character profile on the Tekken Tag Tournament 2 website, this is because he drank a rejuvenation serum.
Heihachi is one of the bonus characters available to play as or against in Anna Kournikova's Smash Court Tennis for the PlayStation alongside fellow Namco characters and is an unlockable character in Smash Court Tennis Pro Tournament 2.
He also makes guest appearances in the role-playing game Tales of the Abyss as one of Anise's custom dolls and in Pac-Man Fever alongside several other Namco characters. He also appears in the crossover fighting game Street Fighter X Tekken with Kuma as his official tag partner.
Loosely following the plot of the first two games, Heihachi throws Kazuya off a cliff as a child, and sixteen years later, hosts the King of Iron Fist Tournament in order to lure Kazuya out in the hope that he will accept his destiny as his heir.
In the climax, Heihachi battles Kazuya and initially takes the upper hand, but is ultimately defeated. Kazuya, however, spares his father's life, and Heihachi escapes the battleground in a jet. Blood Vengeancewhich is an alternate retelling of the events between Tekken 5 and Tekken 6.
In it, he was supposedly killed by Kazuya four years ago, though in reality he is hiding and had conducted the M-cell experiment taken from the Devil Gene on a high school class to test immortality. However, all of the subjects died with the exception of Shin Kamiya, who managed to gain immortality as Heihachi desired. Heihachi is absent for most of the film until the climax, where he reveals that the experiment was just a ruse; he instead tries to take the Devil Gene from Kazuya and Jin, which gives its users increased power.
After killing Shin, he fights Kazuya and Jin, awakening the Mokujin spirit for help, though he is ultimately defeated by Jin. The Dark History of Mishima.
Undefeated, he reaches the final round and battles Heihachi. Kazuya then announces a second King of Iron Fist Tournament.
He is the game's final boss, and his alter-ego Devil is a hidden boss. The Devil is said to appear as overpowered version of Kazuya who became one with him before the events of the first Tekken game. Kazuya was revived by G Corporation a genetics-company rival of the Mishima Zaibatsuand allows the company to perform experiments on him to learn the nature of his Devil Gene. Kazuya, influenced by Devil, knocks Heihachi out of the room with his psychic power and taunts Jin to wake him up. Jin defeats Kazuya and Heihachi in battle, but spares their lives.
Kazuya jumps out of Hon-Maru, letting Heihachi die. The world sees G Corporation as its only savior, although Kazuya intends to kill Jin and dominate the world himself.
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He uses the company's influence to stop Jin from world domination. They fight, and Kazuya is forced to leave. In the story, Kazuya sends an army of Jack-6 robots to the Mishima dojo to eliminate Heihachi, who was confronted by the warrior Akuma moments before.
He broadcasts the images worldwide, exposing Kazuya's nature to undermine public trust in G Corporation as the Zaibatsu's opponents in the war. In the final battle at the mouth of a volcano, Kazuya the final boss of the story mode transforms into his devil form, kills Heihachi, and throws him into a lava pit.
Akuma resurfaces, having survived the previous blast.
Kazuya transforms into his final devil form and they battle once more, with the outcome unknown. Kazuya also appears in Tekken Revolution.