Tekken 7 is the latest game in the globally popular Tekken series. Its titles have been around for almost thirty years, and for the majority of its lifespan, it was an example of what 3D fightings should be. Nowadays, it’s one of the most regarded titles worldwide and is respected by the fans of even the most traditional 2D games.
One of the reasons for such success is the gameplay of Tekken and how many different styles it’s able to incorporate. The characters have become iconic at this point, and every new addition tries to push the envelope even further.
Geese is one of Tekken 7’s guest fighters, and therein lies the controversy. He, just like Akuma, is a 2D character and ill-suited to the 3D nature of the game in the views of many. Nevertheless, many enjoy his intricate nature, and the tournament results speak for themselves. Today, Justin “King Jae” Stennett is here to teach us how to play him. You can view the full video right below and go over any of the individual sections right here in the text guide.
b3,2 Max Mode Cancel, d4,f3, d4,f1, DP1+2 S! (close to wall) 2,f3, (Raging Storm) db, hcb, d/f1+2 , d4, qcb2
Geese’s Strengths and Weaknesses
Despite being an unusual 2D character, he has very strong fundamentals. His jabs are very good, and his punishment game is godlike. Additionally, he has some very strong moves that can catch people out. But his greatest strength is his ridiculous damage output. Geese’s biggest weakness is the difficulty to open up competent defensive players on the advanced level.
Geese’s Guide Conclusion
Geese seemingly was created to annoy the Tekken 7 fanbase. He was the first character whose moves did a wall bounce, and he has the meter and super moves. Still, the community as a whole doesn’t hate him as much as it does Akuma. Overall, Geese is a very solid character that can help you achieve very high ranks.
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