Hall of Judgement is a stage in both Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Tekken Revolution set in Nara, Japan at a Buddhist temple. The first level is situated as a large Japanese arena with Buddha heads, likely two Niō deities, on both sides in the background.
Below the breakable floor is a desolate lair containing statues of demonic creatures. The stage itself serves as the setting of the first of four boss battles where players face-off Heihachi and Jinpachi in Arcade mode. During Tekken Revolution's arcade mode, Heihachi or Jinpachi will be randomly selected, but there is a small chance for them to be replaced by Mokujin, Tetsujin or Kinjin.
The stage BGM is called "Jin Kazama -Far East Mix-".
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
- The stage BGM is the remixed version of Tekken 3's Tiger Dojo Tokyo theme added with some instrumentals and choirs.
- The choirs can be heard saying "Majin" ( Majin is Japanese for devil, demon, genie, etc.).
- If the player fights against Heihachi and Jinpachi and successfully defeats them, Heihachi will activate a trap door that will drop them down to Ogre's stage Naraku.
- If the player loses, however, Heihachi will remark that he no longer needs to team with Jinpachi and will instead trigger the trap door on Jinpachi instead, with Jinpachi cursing Heihachi's betrayal as Heihachi smirks at his father's fate.