Azazel is the main antagonist and the final boss of Tekken 6. After his debut, he became one of the most hated characters in the entire series and one of the most infamous fighting game bosses ever.
Why He Sucks
- The camera is zoomed out to make room for his giant size, making it hard to see where you're going or if your hits will land. JUST LOOK AT HIM! This boss doesn't fit in the game & not just because of that.
- Despite his enormous size, Azazel is extremely hard to hit due to having autoblock enabled most of the time. This is the main reason why the fight is infernal.
- Just like Jinpachi, he even has a stun attack that can't be dodged but in a larger scale.
- Humongous range (like rolling or stomping) bordering on screen-filling territory. The worst of all is his comeback attack after being knocked down: he teleports from above & falls over you from a great height, covering almost the entire plane of the arena.
- Azazel has 3 projectiles; one is a swarm of bats, the second are crystal towers and the third and worst is the unblockable Devil Beam. And he spams them like it's personal.
- Like most fighting game bosses, Azazel deals eye-popping damage.
- Unlike Jinpachi Mishima (who's at least broken fun with a decent moveset), Azazel is not fun to play as, because of his limited moveset, and reliance on spamming (to even play as him, you need to hack the game).
- Given the game's floatier gravity than expected from this franchise, he can juggle you no problem, even kill you with one such combo if he feels like it.
- One of the main forces behind the many, many retcons in the overall lore.
- If you get 10 million score points before reaching him, you face a golden version dealing 1.5x more damage & takes twice less. 'Nuff said.
- How did a kaiju made it to this game is anybody's guess.
- Your losses are counted.
- Haunting & amazing theme song.
- A lot easier in Campaign Mode.
- Gorgeous-looking stage.
- Azazel's appearance is pretty cool on its own.
- A neat concept wasted in an unfitting game.
- He didn't came back for Tekken Tag Tournament 2, although Unknown inherited his crystal towers.
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