Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

Geese Howard Coming to Tekken 7 as DLC

Geese Howard Coming to Tekken 7 as DLC

Fatal Fury's South Town mafia boss Geese Howard will be joining Tekken 7's roster.

The recent EVO 2017 fighting game tournament had a ton of blockbuster news for fans, including announcements for Bandai Namco's Tekken 7. He also happens to be the rival/enemy of "Fatal Fury" protagonist Terry Bogard, after the latter killed his father in the first game. His 2D moveset transitions just as well into the game as Akuma's Street Fighter abilities.

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However, the new character still looked fun and the fans said that they will still look forward to playing the new character but they are hoping that Bandai Namco would stop introducing new characters until they are done with the familiar characters.

Tekken 7 is out on PS4, Xbox One and PC. It was time to reveal a new character.

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Geese will join the fray in Tekken 7 this winter, retaining his imposing look, even if he certainly looks quite interesting and a bit more realistic in his Unreal Engine 4 rendition. Like a typical bowling game, each character must hit all the pins using a bowling ball to beat the other competitors. No other characters have been announced so far but more are on the way.

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