Cowards Be Gone - Geese Howard Joins the Cast of Tekken 7

Cesar Mills
July 17, 2017

Game director Katsuhiro Harada first announced Geese Howard during the conclusion of the "Tekken 7" finals at the EVO 2017 gaming event, along with an announcement trailer. The newest guest character was revealed onscreen and it made me and everyone's else's jaws drop at the sight of him.

In Tekken 7, Geese Howard wears his trademark red hakama, but it looks like he's lowered his white uwagi around his waist. In the gameplay reveal, Geese Howard is seen laying the law down on a number of Tekken mainstays, and he seems to particularly have it in for Heihachi Mishima. The game's first DLC pack will not only come with more than 50 new costumes, it will also mark the return of a beloved mode from the past. With Akuma in from Capcom, SNK's legendary antagonist Geese Howard will be coming to Tekken 7. All that being said, Tekken 7 is a formidable entry into the fighting genre, and will provide hundreds of hours of fun for fans and newcomers alike.

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Geese Howard from Fatal Fury enters the TEKKEN 7 ring!

The bowling mini-game was first introduced in "Tekken Tag Tournament" and it became a popular game mode during the PlayStation 2 era. As one of the most relevant characters of the SNK universe, he appeared in The King of Fighters games in several roles.

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