Crow is a rank within Tekken Force, the private military of the Mishima Zaibatsu. It is thus refers to several characters in the Tekken series. Crow, as a single person, appears in Tekken Card Challenge, a non-canonical Tekken game. All that is known of them is their rank and no name is given. In Tekken 3's Tekken Force (Mode), Crows were revealed to be the lowest rank within Tekken Force, with higher ranks being Hawk, Falcon, and then Owl.
Crow makes an official playable debut in Tekken Card Challenge as an unlockable character.
In Tekken Bowl, if the player scores a Strike. The two characters will cheer and, in the background, there will be a number of Crows clapping, with and without guns, cheering for the player who got a strike.
Variations of Crows in different colors appear in Tekken Tag Tournament 2's Fight Lab Mode as opponents for Combot to fight in order to complete each stage. They serve as a non-playable character, much like they did in Tekken 3's Tekken Force mode.
- Crow refers to a rank within Tekken Force, an organization who are known to have male and female members. As Crows are always shown in full body armor, it is unclear what gender any one of them are.
- It is possible to make Crow a playable character in Tekken 3 via cheat codes used with the action replay code device.
- When playable, Crow is able to wear the outfits of other Tekken Force members. Crow's fighting stance is the same as Bryan Fury's, and they share some of his moves as well.
- Crow's moves in Tekken 3 are very poor, lacking combos and basic character functions such as jumping. Crow can only dash forward and backward instead of walking, and cannot run or crouch. Crow also cannot land face up on the ground; they will always Ukemi if they lands this way, even if it is after a move which cannot be tech-rolled such as a throw or after a crumple fall. Crow can remain face down, however they cannot roll forward or back in the face down position, and will simply stand up.
- Despite not having basic commands, Crow does have two animations at the start of a fight. One is of Crow simply changing their stance, identical to Bryan's animation. The other is Crow performing a jump kick, allowing them to deal damage to the opponent before the actual fight. Crow's only win animation reuses their first start animation.
- Crow's moveset has a glitch which allows them to perform non-standard moves such as walking, crouching, jumping, generic punches and kicks (including jumping moves), a Nina-style backflip and the two basic throws. Performing a reverse quarter circle motion (f,d/f,d aka -QCF) or reverse half circle (HCB) will get Crow to use an incorrect animation frame which will allow them to duck or walk respectively. This can be used to perform moves that aren't possible with Crow's default stance. If a throw is performed, the throw itself is determined by the opponent's moveset. This glitch is similar to Doctor Bosconovitch's "True Stance" glitch.
- In Tekken Card Challenge, all the playable characters have 100 HP, with the exception of Crow, who has only 50 HP.
- In Tekken Tag Tournament's Tekken Bowl mode, once the player scores a strike, you can see Crows applauding behind the two playable characters.
- Crow is a member of Tekken Force, and is the weakest of the enemies that appear as opponents in the Tekken Force side game in Tekken 3.
- In SoulCalibur V, it is possible to create a character that resembles Crow, Falcon, and Hawk's appearances in Tekken 3.