Jack is one of the Tekken fighting game characters and debuted as one of the first 8 characters back in December 1994 in the first Tekken. Jack is a Russian robot and was sent to the tournament to see how well his skills are and if he is able to compete with human martial art experts from around the world.

His model is getting changed and updated, so he returns as Jack-2 in Tekken 2 and later Gun-Jack in Tekken 3 where he has some moves of P-Jack and Ganryu as well as many new ones.

The latest version of his model is Jack-6 and Jak-X in the crossover fighting game Street Fighter X Tekken (2012) where he was one of the downloadable..on disc characters.

In the games, Jack is a very fun and strong character to use, his first designs looked simply strange but with the time it got better and better. His arsenal of moves is simply powerful and breathtaking fun.

Jack is part of our Tekken Art Tributes

Jack from Tekken on Game-Art-HQ

Jack from the Tekken Games: an Overview

Charactername: Jack/ Jack-2, Gunjack, Jack-5, Jack-6, Jack X
  Developed /Created by Namco
Gameseries: Tekken   First seen on: Arcades  
First Game:  Tekken   Year first seen in: 1994 
Last Game: Tekken Revolution   Birthplace: Russia 
Role(s) and Characteristics:  Fighting Game Character   Weapons or Martial Arts Style:  
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Official Game Art like promotional Illustrations of Jack

JACK-X SFXT Official Art

Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)

Jack-X Street Fighter X Tekken Official Art

Street Fighter X Tekken (2012)

Jack-6 TTT2 Art

TTT2 (2011)

Jack Tekken 6 Blood Rebellion Game Art

Tekken 6: BR (2007)

Jack Tekken 6 Art

Tekken 6 (2007) 

Jack Tekken 5 DR Official Art

Tekken 5 Dark Resurrection (2005) 

Jack-5 Official Art of Tekken 5

Tekken 5 (2004)

 


Jack in Game-Art-HQ Art Projects

Jack was drawn in his oldschool Tekken I Design from 1994 when we held a Tekken Art Tribute in 2012

Tekken 1 Art Tribute Jackj

“The original Jack One series was designed to at least simulate a human ( though the design for the first production model was a little clunky). Once the Mishima Zaibatsu aquired the Jack series function became more important than appearance, but there is something kind of elegant about the way that Jack One was put together.

Also, because the Jacks were multi-purpose combat robots, they were designed to be able to perform self repair under a variety of circumstances, as illustrated above.”

by Alan McMillian

This is my 2nd entry into the Tekken1 tribute at Fighting Games Elite and Game-art HQ.

Jack was always my “bruiser” character I’d pick to break somebodys win streak.

I always thought that Jack looked a bit like Guile back in the first Tekken game. I think Jack didn’t start becoming a fully fleshed out design until Tekken 2

by Christopher Jones

Jack Tekken 1 Game Art HQ Art Tribute

 


Selected Fan Art and Cosplay Photos of Jack

       
       

 


 

Trivia and own opinion(s)