Tekken: Bloodline – Official Katsuhiro Harada Interview (2022) Netflix

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Join Tekken’s chief producer and team leader Katsuhiro Harada for a sneak peek at the upcoming animated series Tekken: Bloodline, based on the fighting game series. Harada discusses what we can expect, including Jin Kazama’s past and insight into this anime adaptation.

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