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Namco Bandai
Namco Bandai
GENRE: Fighting
PLAYERS:   1-2
November 24, 2009
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 Written by John Scalzo  on June 21, 2009

News: The tube is civilization!

The Cardboard Tube Samurai is a character from the Penny Arcade webcomic with a long and storied history. And judging from the screenshot above, it appears he will be making his video game debut in Tekken 6 this Fall (the "real" CTS can be found to your left).

The screenshot was made available courtesy of the official Tekken 6 Twitter feed, tekkenbob. According to tekkenbob, he can't yet go into detail about the Cardboard Tube Samurai's inclusion in Tekken 6 (or even mention the CTS by name). So all we have to go on is this image. One other thing to consider is that the CTS sports a Pac-Man logo on his robe (as does Gabe, his Penny Arcade alter-ego). Namco-Bandai publishes both Pac-Man and Tekken 6, so this adaptation of the CTS will likely be an accurate take on the character. If you look real close you can see the Pac-Man logo on the character's chest by his right arm.

Tekken 6 will be released on the PlayStation 3, PSP and Xbox 360 this Fall. I definitely plan to keep a close eye on tekkenbob's Twitter account for news on how they plan to introduce Tycho into Tekken 6.

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