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Tekken boss Katsuhiro Harada suggests changes for one-on-one fighting games

Katsuhiro Harada, the producer of the Tekken series, believes that younger players prefer team-based games over one-on-one fighting games because it reduces responsibility if they lose.

In a recent podcast with PlayStation’s Shuhei Yoshida, Harada discussed the future of one-on-one fighting games.

He explained that fighting games need to adapt to the preferences of the younger generation, who favor team-based competition. This is because in team games, players can attribute wins to their own efforts but blame losses on their team.

Harada mentioned that while hand-to-hand fighting games are still in demand, incorporating team battles, such as 3-on-3 matches, could make them more appealing to younger players. He suggested adding varied modes like team battles or regional competitions to the online mode to enhance the gaming experience.

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