Akuma (悪魔, Japanese for "Devil" or "Demon"), known in Japan as Gouki (豪鬼, Gōki, lit. It's more like the computer felt sorry for you. Oni  Both Ansah and Space will return for the second season titled Street Fighter: World Warrior.[11][12]. Akuma also figures in the Japanese OVA Street Fighter Alpha: The Animation, where Ryu's encounters with Akuma triggers the "Dark Hadou" in Ryu. In Super Street Fighter 4: Arcade Edition for the PS3 and Xbox 360, there is a new boss character you can fight in arcade mode named Oni, which is essentially a more powerful and more evil version of Akuma. Strategy-wise, Oni is a character who retains the basic characteristics of Akuma, and has many more moves at his disposal which he can use to control the fight. Demon While the two version operate similarly on the surface, Shin Oni's frame data is completely different. With his power, Ryu overwhelms and defeats Oni forcing him to revert back to Akuma. Gill then throws one fireball at Oni and one ice-sphere at Evil Ryu, and knocks them both down. [15], Akuma has received much critical acclaim from various gaming media outlets. Several moves give players opportunities to Super Cancel into the Shun Goku Satsu and create potentially unavoidable setups. He retains his Ultra Combos, but it is possible to avoid them; Asura also has the ability to redirect the Meido Gohado, and counter the Shun Goku Satsu in a manner similar to his earlier defeat of Evil Ryu, but if Asura does not counter it in time, Oni will be shown attacking Asura with a swinging punch to the side of the head, a punch below the chin, a punch to the face, a punch to the chest, and finally sends Asura flying with the final blow, which deals a lot of damage. Skills [17] He placed first in Game Informer's 2009 list of their "Top Ten Best Fighting Game Characters". Oni Ultra Street Fighter 4 Omega Edition moves Overview. He has lesser recovery time between attacks, and his special and command attacks have more invincible frames than the playable version. Akuma's introduction in Super Street Fighter II Turbo stemmed from the development team's desire to introduce a "mysterious and really powerful" character, with his status as a hidden character within the game resulting from later discussions. Characteristics His high-damage combos and reversal potential, combined with his above-average walk speed, allow players to create massive-pressure situations while remaining mobile and flexible via buffering moves into other attacks. He wants to drive, A slang term for fighting game characters who utilize the same offensive attacks as, Learn how and when to remove this template message, Street Fighter III 2nd Impact: Giant Attack, Street Fighter III 3rd Strike: Fight for the Future, "The most powerful Street Fighter can only be matched by Ingrid from Fighting Evolution—Capcom UK shares top 5 strongest characters in the franchise", "7. "Great Demon" or "Great Ogre"), is a fictional character from the Street Fighter series of fighting games by Capcom. In the latter version, another version of Akuma referred to as Tien Gouki can also be selected. Birth of the Oni achievement in Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition (PC): To surpass the power of Oni, you must defeat him in Arcade Mode on the hardest setting - worth 50 Gamerscore In July 2012, the band MegaDriver released a song about Akuma's character, called "Wrath Of The Raging Demon". Mas Oni. Was vermitteln die Amazon.de Rezensionen? He then looks up and proclaims that he is "evil incarnate". Special Moves Air Hadou Dash. The Satsui no Hado also enables him to perform powerful energy attacks as well. Filter by post type. He also appears in Namco × Capcom. Oni ((Street Fighter)) for Totally Accurate Battle Simulator. Asura's Wrath DLC Super Street Fighter Akuma Vs Asura DLC May 15th 2012 lost ep 2, Asura forces Akuma to give into full power of the Dark Hado. Takayuki Nakayama explained that the staff considered multiple designs that were scrapped such as a shirtless look, multiple scars within the body, one with a broken shirt and one where he carried a baby.[7]. The Mad Demon), were confirmed in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition by leaked videos. The battle continues until Oni thrusts towards Asura and punches him into the Moon so hard it splits apart, despite Asura blocking the attack. Due to his training and meditation, Akuma may have suppressed some of the darker aspects of the Satsui no Hado, allowing him to control his actions. Shinto considers impurity and pollution as unholy states of being that demons and malevolent spirits are attracted to or even born from. Like the other secret bosses in the game, the player has only one chance to defeat the boss form of Oni, and if the player wins or loses to the boss Oni, the game ends. While still being an evil character, Yasuda still wanted to create a major contrast between the regular boss, M. Bison and Akuma. He is also visibly pleased to see Ryu give in to the Satsui no Hado, based on his pre-boss match dialogue with Evil Ryu. means "mad" or "violent" and oni (鬼, oni?) 2012. Both characters shared the top spot in Screen Rant's rating of the "12 Most Powerful Street Fighter Characters" the same year. Akuma's first speaking appearance in animation was in an episode of the American Street Fighter animated series titled "Strange Bedfellows". Photo. Unknown[1][2][3] This form of Akuma achieves a new level of power when a dying Rugal Bernstein pours his Orochi power into him. His backstory remains the same as in Super Turbo. Having reached the full extent of the Satsui no Hado to the point of turning into a demon, Oni's style is considered "without"; instead of a concrete martial art style, he relies on unrestrained yet graceful movements filled with abandon, embodying that of a terrible destructive force beyond control. Oni are lightning-affiliated demons that are mentioned in Shinto religion and Asian mythology, said to be fearsome giants with fangs and horns that once terrorized and pillaged villages and travelers in ancient Japan. Akuma and Shin Akuma are featured in Street Fighter EX as hidden boss characters, where he is one of the few characters able to move out of the 2D playing field, during his teleport. The top half of his gi has been blown off by the amount of dark ki he emanates, showing off his musculature; the prayer beads that were once around his neck now float about disconnected around his body. Obwohl dieser Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (PC) ohne Zweifel überdurchschnittlich viel kostet, findet der Preis sich auf jeden Fall in Punkten Langlebigkeit und Qualität wider. "[43], Akuma's Oni incarnation has received a mixed reception. Akuma has appeared in some form or another through many Capcom games outside the Street Fighter franchise. Unknown[1][2][3] "[22] Bryan Dawson of Prima Games commented, "It's hard to imagine any new Street Fighter game without this man, as he adds a sense of evil that even M. Bison can't replicate. Japanese voice actor(s) Martial arts rooted in Ansatsuken[2] Scott Baird of Screen Rant named him the second-"most unfairly overpowered fighting game character" behind Meta Knight of Super Smash Bros. in 2016, for the potency of his offensive attacks that resulted in Akuma being banned from SSFII Turbo tournaments. This is the form Akuma takes when he has become one with the Satsui no Hado entirely, completely losing any shred of humanity he had remaining. Japan[2]Unknown [3] Oni chastises Ryu on following Gouken's and Oro's words on not fully giving into the Satsui no Hado, but Ryu overpowers him with his new found strength. n/a Rating. [5], Rich Knight of Complex described Akuma as "a character who must constantly be on the offense, because he takes a shit ton of damage when he's not. After meeting certain requirements, Akuma appears prior to the player's final match with M. Bison and obliterates M. Bison before challenging the player. He desperately seeks a way to restore his demon form. Sejam bem vindos, Guerreiros ! Akuma was added to the immediate roster in Street Fighter Alpha 2 and Street Fighter Alpha 3, with a powered-up version of the character named "Shin Akuma" appearing as a hidden opponent. Listed as "Unknown"[1][2][3]; Weakness, Humanity, Gouken Oni can also be fought in the arcade mode as a secret boss. The kanji "ten" (天) — meaning "Heaven" — can be seen on his back when it appears during certain win animations. Oni makes a return in the final two issues of Street Fighter Unlimited. The mysterious "shadow" that speaks to Akuma in his Super Street Fighter II Turbo Revival ending could be considered the first foreshadowing to Oni. In addition, he floats with his ki rather than walks, allowing him to move around faster, and he also has more stun and stamina. 20.10.2020 - Entdecke die Pinnwand „akuma oni“ von Chrisly. Taketora Blood type In some games he also has an enhanced version named Shin Akuma or Shin Gouki (真・豪鬼, Shin Gōki, the "true Great … Since his debut, Akuma has appeared in several subsequent titles and has been well received by both fans and critics. Street Fighter Wiki is a FANDOM Games Community. He also has two endings in the game as well: one for defeating M. Bison and another against himself. Both suddenly start to move, as then both fighters throw a punch to each other's faces, ending the episode in a cliffhanger. Most popular Most recent. When Heihachi is finally dead for good at the hands of Kazuya, he is Akuma's only target left. Ryu has had Ken as a rival since the first Street Fighter, and over time he would meet more 'shotos'[note 1] who had an affinity for karate gis, fireballs, and uppercuts. "[30], Chad Hunter of Complex ranked Akuma's "Raging Demon" among the "25 Most Revolutionary Kill Moves in Video Games" at third: "Akuma radiates flames, grabs his opponent and the screen goes black and all you [hear] is a flurry of hits. Kostenlose Lieferung für viele Artikel! Also known as Kuruoshiki Oni (狂オシキ鬼 Mad Demon) or unofficialy Oni Akuma, Oni is Akuma after finally becoming one with the Satsui no Hadou and he has disregarded humanity and is also a full demon instead of being a half demon like Akuma with even greater power, becoming a self-proclaimed being of evil incarnate and has no fighting morals in this form. Birthplace Hair color He has dark blue skin, glowing yellow-red eyes and glowing, spiky shoulder-length hair, fangs and short protrusions on his forehead, resembling growing horns. Moveset Pinterest에서 회원님만의 핀을 찾아 저장하세요. Self-Employed. [citation needed] Akuma returns in Street Fighter V as a downloadable character. 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[13] In 2014, band Skelator released a song about Akuma, called "Raging Demon". He reappears as a playable character in the sequels: Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3. Then he only jumps up and chops the ground with his hand, resulting in an instant eruption that engulfs him in lava. In fact, Zangief is the only fighter to notice Oni's increased build mass; however, Zangief fails to notice any other changes (such as the blue skin, aura, etc.). Link. Say Ony. [28] Ben Lee of Digital Spy named him the sixth-best series character on the grounds that he was "truly exciting to fight against" in Super Street Fighter II Turbo, "and his cold, emotionless personality was utterly terrifying. Eye color Akuma also appears in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo as the final boss, Pocket Fighter and in the Japanese console version of Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness as a mecha named "Zero Gouki." "[38], However, Akuma has often been criticized for his perceived status as an excessively powerful character in the Street Fighter series. He has been called the "Pale-Faced Devil" because of the white face paint he began wearing at the request of a local promoter during the pe… Akuma assumes his Oni form in his ultimate battle with Ryu. Akuma is featured in the Street Fighter III sub-series beginning with Street Fighter III 2nd Impact: Giant Attack. While these endings were omitted from the international releases of the arcade game, they were edited into one ending and included in the English localization of Super Turbo Revival for the Game Boy Advance. The character's relation with other Street Fighter characters begins to be fleshed out, establishing rivalries with Guy, Adon, Gen and Ryu. See Photos. First Game As mentioned above, in Akuma's Street Fighter X Tekken ending, he faces a Pandora version of Oni, which he aptly refers to as "nothing but a shadow, raging against that which casts it"; the Oni that came from Pandora's box was Pandora's energy responding to Akuma's desire for a battle that will cost him his life. In his ending, he stands in the center of a volcano. Akuma reappears in Street Fighter IV, once again as a hidden boss in the Single Player Mode as well as an unlockable secret character in both the arcade and home console versions. [4] Matt Edwards of Capcom Europe considered Akuma the most powerful Street Fighter character. His presence is such that certain characters even refer to him as a god in their win quotes. You are definitely going to die. Akuma made his debut in Super Street Fighter II Turbo, the fifth arcade iteration of the Street Fighter II games, where he appears as a hidden and unnamed character. Unknown[1][2][3] Street Fighter IV, Super SFIV, SSFIV Arcade Edition, and Ultra SFIV introduced 10 characters that made their playable debut in the series: Abel, C. Viper, El Fuerte, Rufus, Gouken, Seth, Hakan, Juri, Oni, and Decapre. Tenchi no hedatari o mikiwame rarenu to wa awarenari. Powers and Stats The battle is then taken inside its core and in space. "[21] Alex Eckman-Lawn of Topless Robot deemed him the "most diabolical" fighting-game boss: "Few experiences from the pre-Internet video-game era made as striking an impression as the time Akuma literally just glided in, murdered M. Bison in a blink, and challenged you, the player, to a real fight. Unknown[1][2][3] His Mortal Kombat rival is Shinnok.He can be fought as a secret boss in Arcade Mode, as well as being a playable character. He would appear in the later Marvel-licensed fighting games (see Marvel vs. Capcom series). his heavy punch seems to resemble Akuma's Focus Attack, although Oni performs a spear hand instead of a punch); he still uses the Tatsumaki Zankukyaku, Goshoryuken and Gohadoken, each with heavily altered properties. The observation that Akuma makes about the Pandora Oni in Street Fighter X Tekken as a shadow could be a hint that this is the same being that spoke to him in that ending. The Exclusive Oni Akuma (Mad Demon) 1:4 Statue is now available at Sideshow.com for fans of Pop Culture Shock Collectibles and Street Fighter. "[46] Randolph Ramsay of GameSpot considered Oni "one of the least interesting additions" to Super Street Fighter IV, as he utilized moves similar to those of other characters. Many of his special moves' EX versions can confuse foes with their surprising speed, and his projectiles can be used to control space, while his midair moves can be used to keep an opponent off-balance. Published by AlphaOverall (mod ID: 495859) Like in his debut in Super Turbo, Akuma is both a secret opponent who serves as an alternate final boss and unlockable character, with the CPU-controlled version being the "Shin Akuma" incarnation introduced in Alpha 2. Most characters do not recognize Oni as a form of Akuma, even Akuma himself (although Oni recognizes Akuma as his former self). [10], Akuma made cameo appearances in Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie and in the Japanese TV series Street Fighter II V. Actor and martial artist Joey Ansah played Akuma in the short film Street Fighter: Legacy. "Even if you ever do manage to finally defeat Akuma, it somehow doesn't feel earned. In the game's story, he seeks to repay a debt to Kazumi Mishima for saving his life from an unknown critical situation, who asks him to kill her husband Heihachi and his son Kazuya for her if she dies. According to Rose's win quote to Oni, it can be presumed that he was meant to show up at a later time, but not during the present day. Much like the Evil Ryu battle, the fight with Oni uses the traditional battle system featured in Asura's Wrath and Oni's attacks are significantly modified for the style of the game which allows for a seemingly more accurate portrayal of his powers, which include: gigantic Gorai Hadokens, a spread version of Gohadoken that fires off five shots, a much larger Tatsumaki Zankukyaku, and the ability to warp when using Focus Attacks. As Oni, he finally becomes one with the Satsui no Hado, whose power has now managed to completely overtake him. Getting to fight Oni is similar to unlocking the Gouken or Akuma fights from the previous versions, but with slightly different criteria. Akuma also appears in Street Fighter: Assassin's Fist, an online series by Capcom and the creators of Street Fighter: Legacy with Ansah reprised his role from Legacy and Gaku Space as Young Gouki. Oni appears in UDON's comic book crossover Street Fighter vs. Darkstalkers. Japanese magazine Gamest named him one of their "Top 50 Characters of 1996", in a three-way tie for 37th. "[37] GamesRadar's David Houghton rated Akuma's Street Fighter 3: 3rd Strike stage among the "27 most amazing fighting game backgrounds": "Gloomily ethereal, black-skied woodland setting with subliminally oppressive fisheye-lens effect? He also uses the Sekisei Jiraiken, an overhead smash attack similar to the Tenma Shurettou. "[33] WhatCulture has named the Raging Demon as the "Most Iconic Street Fighter Special/Super Move", stating "While the Hadouken attack is undoubtedly the most recognisable Street Fighter special move, nothing can beat the satisfaction of utterly destroying your opponent by landing the Raging Demon. Translucent white with light blue tinges (light blue more prominent when powering up) In his intro, his roar echoes through the night. Auch wenn dieser Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition (PC) durchaus überdurchschnittlich viel kostet, findet sich dieser Preis auf jeden Fall in den Testkriterien Langlebigkeit und Qualität wider. His name is spelled in Japanese as 神・豪鬼, with the "Shin" character meaning "God" instead of the usual "True". He also possesses a midair palm thrust in lieu of the Zanku Hadoken; the move grants him major midair maneuverability. T_HAWK1000 posted January 13, 2018 . Impressed by the duo's power, Oni tells Donovan to heal himself and seek him out again when he is ready. Unfortunately, Oni's below-average stamina and stun and his short-range Focus Attack means that he relies on getting up-close to the opponent to really excel, although he does have more than a few options for traveling across the screen quickly and closing in on his opponent. "[45] However, Imran Khan of Paste rated Oni as one of the "all-time worst" series characters: "Oni strips away the few bits of Akuma that are actually interesting as a character and turns him into a castaway from a Dragon Ball Z movie in design and development. He is absent from Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes; in his stead, Ryu has a Hyper Combo that changes his fighting style to incorporate Akuma's moveset. Akuma is also the central focus in the OVA Street Fighter Alpha: Generations, which explores his past and ties the character's past with Ryu's. Akuma made his debut in Super Street Fighter II Turbo as a secret character and hidden Boss. This gives the implication that Akuma becoming Oni is not a 'what-if' possibility, but Akuma's fate. During the major fights against the Secret Society, Akuma emerges and throws a Hadoken at Ryu (who had absorbed the Satsui no Hado from Sakura earlier), causing the latter's evil form to emerge, while the former unleashes all his power to transform into Oni; the two powerful forces clash at each other in a epic fight.