With many conventions, such as GDC, being postponed or altogether canceled, Bandai Namco and their event organizers have released an update regarding the status of both the TEKKEN World Tour 2020 and SOULCALIBUR World Tour 2020 due to rising concerns of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).
There’s no doubt about it: Tekken 7 is by far one of the most ambitious and enjoyable fighting games on the market. Toss in the fact we’ve already received a rather suitable fighter out of Geese Howard (if you haven’t, check out our review of Geese Howard while you’re at it) and Tekken 7 is shaping up to be one of the strongest fighting games on the market.
Y’know, something about Tekken 7 never gets old. I’m not sure if it’s the massive amount of content the game has received or if it’s even the sheer amount of cross-over characters that the game has already received. But what really sends it home? The game doesn’t feel dated. It feels natural, it feels well rounded and it stands as an equal to the current age of fighting games.
Geese Howard is finally here. Known for his role in the Fatal Fury as one of the franchises antagonists. Serving as one of the many expected cross-over characters, Bandai Namco has now announced that Geese is now available for download and brings with him is trademark fighting style along with his all-to-infamous red hakama trainig pants, white kimono, and attitude to the world of Tekken 7.
Bandai Namco has a smash-hit franchise that’s doing well for itself with the latest entry. It’s beautiful, it’s combat is fluid, and it’s easily one of the most enjoyable fighters on the market. It’s already crossed-over with Capcom’s Street Fighter series and is now preparing to do another cross-over with Square Enix’s Final Fantasy XV by bringing Noctis into the arena.