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  2. Shoryuken | Street Fighter Wiki | Fandom

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    "You must defeat my Shoryuken to stand a chance." —Ryu, Super Street Fighter IV. Artwork of Ken using the Dragon Punch The Shoryuken (昇龍拳, Shōryūken?, "Rising Dragon Fist") is a special attack in the Street Fighter series used by Ryu, Ken, and other Street Fighter characters that use the same style. It was introduced in the original Street Fighter as one of Ryu's three special attacks at the time, the other two being his Hadoken and Tatsumaki Senpukyaku. Input All characters and...

    Executed by moving the stick forward, down, and then down-forward (commonly referred to as a "Shoryuken motion" or a "DP Motion), the move is a jumping uppercut in which the user spins upwards with some horizontal movement as well, knocking the opponent to the ground and inflicting damage.

    The Shoryuken is primarily used as an anti-air move. However, with some practice, it is possible to use it to counterattack almost any move. The trade-off for this is that the user is completely vulnerable to attack as they fall back to the ground, and for a split second after landing.

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    The player can perform three punch and kick attacks, each varying in speed and strength, and three special attacks: the Hadouken, Shoryuken, and Tatsumaki Senpukyaku, performed by executing special button combinations. Street Fighter was ported to many popular home computer systems of the time, like the PC.

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    A Japanese phrase that literally translates to "rising dragon punch", used to describe one of the most powerful strikes utilized in the martial art discipline of Shotokan Karate depicted in the popular Capcom video game series, Street Fighter.

  5. shoryuken – Dictionary.com

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    The move that would become known as the shoryuken first appeared in Capcom’s 1987 arcade game Street Fighter.An uppercut punch literally meaning “rising dragon fist” in Japanese, shoryuken could only be used with a secret series of inputs and buttons on the arcade game stick that was not made known to players.

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    Ryu attacks using a powerful uppercut of the same name while announcing \\"SHORYUKEN!!\\". A successful hit causes a visual effect resembling a spray of white ink around the opponent. The move has almost no startup, making it incredibly difficult to predict, but has severe ending lag if it misses, making it a high risk, high reward move. Similar to Ryu's other special moves, the damage dealt and height gained by the move increases if the button is held as opposed to just tapped: the tapped versio...

    Special Move customization was added in Super Smash Bros. 4. These are the variations: 1. Shoryuken: DefaultLike the other DLC characters, Ryu lacks custom move variations.

    The Shoryuken (known colloquially as the \\"Dragon Punch\\") is one of the special moves used by Ryu, Ken, and various other characters in the Street Fighter series. It is a rising uppercut, involving the user jumping off the floor with a fist raised and a full body spin. Ryu's Shoryuken hits only once, and knocks the opponent down. Though it possesses invincibility across its many incarnations, it is very unsafe on whiff and block at higher strengths, leaving the user vulnerable during its recov...

    1. Ryu using Shoryuken as shown by a Skill Preview in Ultimate. 2. Ken using Shoryuken as shown by a Skill Preview in Ultimate.

    1. The in-game tip mentioning the Input Shoryuken's difficulty to be performed (seen above) uses some slight wordplay, as the final three words in the tip, \\"SURE YOU CAN!\\", sound like Shoryuken when spoken quickly. This is a common pun among fans of the series. 2. Ken's original Super Combo, \\"Shoryureppa\\", was also originally named Shoryuken in Super Street Fighter II Turbo since no Super Combo was originally named on-screen prior to Street Fighter Alpha (much like the case with the Shinku H...

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