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

17 July 2017, 04:33 | Rudolph Thomas

WATCH: Tekken 7 Geese Howard Gameplay Trailer

Geese Howard Tekken 7

Pricing hasn't been revealed just yet.

In Tekken 7, Geese Howard wears his trademark red hakama, but it looks like he's lowered his white uwagi around his waist.

A major antagonist in SNK's Fatal Fury series and father to Garou's Rock Howard, Geese represents an incredible surprise for Tekken 7. His 2D moveset transitions just as well into the game as Akuma's Street Fighter abilities. 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.

In addition, a new character will be revealed at this year's San Diego Comic-Con event. Check out Geese's gameplay video below.

Geese Howard originally appeared in the 1991 SNK fighter, Fatal Fury: King of Fighters as a crime boss in the fictional city of South Town.

A third guest member, even more character costumes and a new stage are will be added to Tekken 7 in Spring 2018.

Setting up an iconic crossover, the enigmatic Harada announced that Fatal Fury and The King of Fighters fan favorite Geese Howard will arrive in Winter 2017 to Bandai Namco's latest fighting game.



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