Tekken 7 DLC 2 to Feature Geese Howard

Tekken 7 DLC 2 to Feature Geese Howard

Ah yeah, definitely looking forward to it!

Michelle McLean by Michelle McLean on Jul 16, 2017 @ 08:41 PM
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Alright, I'm going to say it. Tekken 7 is amazing. It does everything right and has been a huge improvement over Tekken 6. Anyway, before today, we have learned about Tekken Bowling coming to the Xbox One, PC, and PlayStation 4 fighting title, but as of EVO 2017, we have learned about a new reveal:

Geese Howard. Yes, that same Geese Howard from Fatal Fury. Father of Rock Howard, who appears in The King of Fighters XIV.

Anyway, check out the trailer here, complete with the description:



"Geese Howard from Fatal Fury enters the TEKKEN 7 ring! Facing off against the likes of Heihachi, Paul, and Akuma, Geese Howard sports his signature red hakama training pants as he vows to destroy the TEKKEN fighters. Jump into the arena where the TEKKEN and Fatal Fury universes collide!"


So what do you think of the introduction? Are you excited? Can't wait until this winter? I know I can't!

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