There’s a lot of awesome news coming out of EVO 2017 as the event draws to a close. One of the biggest is that Geese Howard from Fatal Fury will be joining the crew of Tekken 7 when their next DLC pack is released in the winter. In what looks like another partnership where Bandai Namco is working with other companies to have a little fun with the fans, the SNK-owned character will be added in with a full English dub and an impressive character design that makes him look like a formidable opponent.
Much like Heihachi Mishima, Howard is the main villain in Fatal Fury, hosting a fighting tournament which after several games, leads to his death. He does come back as a spirit, but that’s a discussion for another day. The footage below shows Howard facing off against several characters (boy does he love to his hip-toss people), but most prominent is Heihachi, who appears to be meditating and not acting like his character is in the storyline of Tekken 7.I would like to think we’re getting a flashback to before Howard is killed off in his own series, but it’s Tekken, so who really knows the order of which events occur when.
I would like to think we’re getting a flashback to before Howard is killed off in his own series, but it’s Tekken, so who really knows the order of which events occur when. No official date was given beyond “Winter 2017” so expect the DLC sometime between November and December.
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