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"The ultimate form of wave motion attack...Shinkuu...the power of vacuum energy!"
—Ryu

The Shinku Hadoken (真空波動拳, Shinkuu Hadouken, "Vacuum Surge Fist") is the name of a Super Combo used by Ryu, Sakura, and Ken (crossovers only in his case, as shown below). Ryu has had the Shinku Hadoken as a Super Combo (Hyper Combo in the crossovers) ever since Super Street Fighter II Turbo, where it was referred to as "Burst Fireball" or "Vacuum Fireball".

Several variants of the move exist: Akuma possess a very similar attack called the Messatsu Gou Hadou, while Dan has a parody version of this attack called the Shinku Gadoken. Sakura possesses a normal and anti-air variant, and uses them as Super and Ultra Combos; the variants are called Shinku Tengyo Hadoken (真空天仰波動拳, Shinkuu Tengyou Hadouken, "Vacuum Heavenly Command Surge Fist") and Shinku Soku Hadoken (真空蒼空波動拳, Shinkuu Soukuu Hadouken, "Vacuum Pale Sky Surge Fist").

Input
Appearance Function Input
Marvel vs. Capcom series Hyper Combo Arcade Modifier (Air) Arcade Stick QCF + Arcade-Button-2xPunch
Super Street Fighter IV Ultra Combo II (for Sakura) Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Punch x3
(Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Kick x3 for anti-air version)
Street Fighter X Tekken Super Art (for Ryu) Arcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Punch x3
All other appearances Super Combo Arcade Stick QCFArcade Stick QCF + Arcade Button Punch

DescriptionEdit

The Shinku Hadoken, as with most Super Combos, are simply a bigger and more powerful version of a special attack. In this case, it is Ryu's Hadoken, only with one extra quarter-circle forward movement before pressing punch. The move itself is a large, multi-hitting Hadoken (the maximum usually being 5 hits) which transverses the whole stage, but it is also often easily jumped over. Via its name, it can be implied that vacuum space/empty air coats the exterior of the Hadoken fired, giving it extra power; thus through this the Shinku Hadoken often has a property that lets it break through any projectile, such as a regular Hadoken or a Tiger Shot, which usually catches foes by surprise. The move can easily be used for a combo by landing a standard Hadoken, and then performing the Shinku Hadoken. However, in regards to letting hit break through projectiles, there are times where it will lose a hit as it collides with one, paving way for projectile durability in later fighting games.

Super Street Fighter IVEdit

It makes its return in Super Street Fighter IV as Sakura's second Ultra Combo and Ryu's Super Combo. Sakura has two versions of the move: a standard ground and an anti-air version. The ground version is done using the 3 punch buttons, whereas the anti-air version is performed using the 3 kick buttons.

Crossover appearancesEdit

In the crossover games, the Shinku Hadoken is actually a large beam resembling the "Kamehameha" from the Dragon Ball series that lands even more hits, though the attack strength and dodging method remains unchanged.

When Ryu and Ken are in the same team, they can fire the Double Shinku Hadoken, which has Ryu and Ken fire the Shinku Hadoken together to overwhelm the enemy. This is the only means of access Ken has to the move.

The move most recently appeared in Marvel vs. Capcom 3 as one of Ryu's Hyper Combos; here, it can be fired in multiple directions. In Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, while under the influence of Hado Kakusei, the Shinku Hadoken becomes the Shin Hadoken (真波動拳, Shin Hadouken, "True Surge Fist"), and it gains the ability to bounce off of walls.[1]

VideosEdit

Super Street Fighter 4 - Sakura Ultra 2 Shinku Hadoken Horizontal(00:11)
Sakura's normal Shinku Hadoken in SSFIV (Japanese voices).
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Super Street Fighter 4 - Sakura Ultra 2 Shinku Hadoken Anti Air(00:11)
Sakura's anti-air Shinku Hadoken in SSFIV (Japanese voices).
Shinku Hadoken SFXT(00:07)
Shinku Hadoken trial in Street Fighter X Tekken (English voices).
Jamess1Added by Jamess1

SpritesEdit

See: Shinku Hadoken/Sprites

ScreenshotsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Ryu's Denjin Mode Detailed
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