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Tekken 7 welcomes Fatal Fury star as incoming DLC character

Tekken 7 welcomes Fatal Fury star as incoming DLC character

Geese's addition to Tekken 7 was announced by the game director Katsuhiro Harada at the conclusion of the Tekken 7 grand final at Evo 2017.

In addition to Geese, a new stage, Geese Tower, was also revealed for the game, and is likely to be packaged in with his character upon release, which is likely to be sometime later this year. Soon players will be able to step into the fighting ring as Geese Howard from SNK's Fatal Fury series. And it seems that he's going to keep up that business when he debuts in Tekken 7.

One of the coolest parts of Tekken 7 is that longtime Street Fighter antagonist Akuma is not only on the roster, but is a major part of the story.




Tekken 7 is released on the Xbox One, PS4 and PC.

At the same time, however, I think it's interesting that Bandai Namco is teaming up with Japanese fighting giants to bring other characters to their realm. Akuma is the other guest character added to the game.

Geese Howard is a big bad from Fatal Fury and King of Fighters and has appeared in both franchises for decades.

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