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"Knee Press Nightmare! (ニープレスナイトメア! Nii Puresu Naitomea!?)"
M. Bison

The Knee Press Nightmare (ニープレスナイトメア Nii Puresu Naitomea?) is one of M. Bison's special attacks, introduced as his Super Combo in Super Street Fighter II Turbo.

Appearance Function Input
Marvel vs. Capcom series
X-Men vs. Street Fighter
Hyper Combo Arcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button 2xKick
Street Fighter X Tekken EX Double Knee Press Arcade Stick CBArcade Stick Right + Arcade Button 2xKick
Street Fighter X Tekken Super Art Arcade Stick CBArcade Stick Right + Arcade Button Kick x3
All other appearances Super Combo Arcade Stick CBArcade Stick RLArcade Stick Right + Arcade Button Kick
Damage
M. Bison 340

DescriptionEdit

SFxTKneePressNightmare

Knee Press Nightmare in Street Fighter X Tekken.

M. Bison performs two consecutive Scissor Kicks, then a "finisher" which depends on the game :

Super Street Fighter II TurboEdit


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Street Fighter Alpha seriesEdit

The Street Fighter Alpha games introduced the most "common" variant, where M. Bison follows the strikes with his crouching heavy kick, which hits twice; this would also be used in the Marvel vs. Capcom and Street Fighter IV series.

Street Fighter EX and SNK vs. Capcom seriesEdit

After the Scissor Kicks, M. Bison finishes instead by performing a back flip and following with a combination of double kicks whilst in the air.

On the EX Series, after the Kicks series, Bison would simply fall back down on the ground. On SNK vs. Capcom however, He then makes a final back flip, with joined legs, back to starting point.

Street Fighter X TekkenEdit

Two variants appear in this game: the Street Fighter IV variant now appears as his EX Scissor Kick, while the Super Art version has him finish by kicking the foe repeatedly, similar to the above variant.

GalleryEdit

SpritesEdit

AlphaKneePressNightmareSVCKneePressNightmare

VideosEdit

Street Fighter X Tekken M00:14

Street Fighter X Tekken M.Bison Super Art

Street Fighter X Tekken (Japanese voices).

SFXT - Bison Knee Press Nightmare00:08

SFXT - Bison Knee Press Nightmare

Street Fighter X Tekken (English voices).

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