Geese Howard From Fatal Fury Joins Tekken 7

Geese Howard Tekken 7

This is the first time this character has been added to a Tekken video game.

Building upon its stellar launch in the Americas, TEKKEN 7 is bringing another famous guest character to join the next battle with Geese Howard from the Fatal Fury franchise.

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Tekken 7's missing classic Tekken characters may never step foot into the game. And it seems that he's going to keep up that business when he debuts in Tekken 7. You can check out gameplay footage of the fighter below, where Geese reveals he has a particular problem with one of Tekken's longest-running characters, Heihachi Mishima. He can fire off his Reppuuken ground projectile, counter "predictable" maneuvers performed against him and pull off some familiar combos. Facing off against the likes of Heihachi, Paul, and Akuma, Geese Howard sports his signature red hakama training trousers as he vows to destroy the TEKKEN fighters.

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