Street Fighter Alpha 3

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For the Sega Saturn game, see Street Fighter Zero 3.

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Street Fighter Alpha 3
System(s): Sega Dreamcast
Publisher: Capcom (Japan, US), Virgin Interactive (Europe)
Developer:
Original system(s): Capcom CPS-2
Peripherals supported: Dreamcast Arcade Stick, Jump Pack, Dreamcast Modem, Visual Memory Unit, Dreamcast VGA Box
Genre: Fighting/Taisen Kakutou (対戦格闘)[1][2][1], Action[3]

















Number of players: 1-3
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Dreamcast
JP
¥5,800 (6,090)5,800e[1] T-1203M
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Dreamcast
JP
(Matching Service)
¥3,800 (3,990)3,800e[4] T-1230M
Sega Rating: All Ages
Sega Dreamcast
US
$44.9944.99[6] T-1203N
ESRB: Teen
Sega Dreamcast
EU
T-7005D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
DE
T-7005D-50
USK: 12
Sega Dreamcast
ES
8,990Ptas8,990[12] T-7005D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
FR
T-7005D-50
SELL: 12+
Sega Dreamcast
UK
£39.9939.99[9][10] T-7005D-50
ELSPA: 11+ OK
Sega Dreamcast
AU
Non-Sega versions

Street Fighter Alpha 3, known as Street Fighter Zero 3 Saikyou-ryuu Doujou (ストリートファイターZERO 3 サイキョー流道場) in Japan, is a 1998 fighting game by Capcom, originally released for the Capcom CPS-2 arcade hardware. It is the third game in the Street Fighter Alpha series, following Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams and Street Fighter Alpha 2.

A revised edition, Street Fighter Zero 3 Saikyou-ryuu Doujou for Matching Service, was released as a mail order title via Dreamcast Direct in Japan in 2001. This version adds an online multiplayer mode.

The subtitle "Saikyou-ryuu Doujou" is a joking reference to the character Dan Hibiki's martial arts school.

Story

The megalomaniacal dictator M. Bison, leader of the crime syndicate Shadaloo, has infused his body with a dark energy called Psycho Power in order to dominate the world and rule over mankind. His insatiable thirst for power has weakened his body, so he has ordered his scientists to transfer his mind into the body of Cammy, a genetically engineered assassin created using his own DNA as a template. However, Cammy has developed self-awareness and gone rogue, so Bison instead turns his sights to Ryu, one of the strongest fighters in the world and the personal nemesis of his right-hand man Sagat.

Shadaloo scientists have also created a diabolical machine called the Psycho Drive, whose purpose is to channel psychic energies to Bison. The Psycho Drive can be used as an ultimate weapon to shoots beams of deadly psychic energy anywhere in the world, and it can also be used to regenerate Bison and make him essentially invincible. The evil energy emitted by the Psycho Drive and the encroaching threat of Shadaloo has drawn a diverse group of warriors into each other's paths.

Like the previous Alpha games, the story serves as a prelude to the events of Street Fighter II, but it presents a more focused narrative rather than the sparingly interconnected story threads of the earlier games. The story takes inspiration from the 1994 anime Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie.

Gameplay

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Character select

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Gameplay

The gameplay system from the previous Alpha games was given a complete overhaul with the addition of three selectable fighting styles known as "Isms" (X-ism, A-ism, and V-ism), a greatly expanded roster of characters, and for the first time since Street Fighter II, new theme music for all of the returning characters.

The controls for some actions has been modified from previous games. The level of a Super Combo move in A-ism is now determined by the strength of the attack button pressed (for example, medium punch or kick for a level 2 Super Combo), rather than the number of buttons pushed. The button combinations for throwing, ground recoveries, and Alpha Counters have also been changed. Several new mechanics have been added, such as air recoveries, Counter Hits, and the Guard Power gauge.

Characters move with Left and Right and crouch with Down. They jump with Up and flip back and forth with Up-left and Up-right. Punches are done with X (jab), Y (medium), and L (fierce). Kicks are done with A (short), B (medium), and R (roundhouse). Light attacks are faster and hard attacks deal more damage. Interrupting an opponent's attack with another attack performs a Counter Hit, which does additional damage (and knocks the opponent back if the counter attack is a hard punch or kick). Special moves for each character are done by pairing specific directional combinations with an attack button. Fireballs have been significantly weakened and now do less damage when they travel a longer distance. Characters can perform a taunt once per round with HOLD X START  (except in X-ism), which is a short animation during which the character is vulnerable to attack.

Throws and grabs are done by holding Left or Right when near an opponent and pressing two punch or two kick buttons simultaneously. The character can "whiff" a grab by attempting it outside of range, leaving the character vulnerable to counterattack. Different characters have different throws available to them, and characters can throw in midair as well. Grapple moves cannot be blocked (including special moves involving grappling), but a player can reduce the damage taken from a fall by likewise holding Left or Right and pressing two punch or two kick buttons simultaneously. In A-ism and V-ism, after being hit or blocking in the air, it is possible to roll toward the opponent after landing by pressing two kick buttons simultaneously. After being knocked into the air from the ground, characters can recover by pressing two punch buttons simultaneously (optionally paired with Left or Right to flip out of the way).

Blocking is done by holding the D-Pad away from the opponent. Blocking can also be done in midair (except in X-ism), but characters cannot air block against normal attacks from an opponent that is standing on the ground and cannot air block after performing an attack in the air. Special moves still do a small amount of "chip damage" if blocked. The game introduces a Guard Power gauge that depletes each time the character blocks. The gauge starts to replenish after not blocking for a moment. If the gauge is completely depleted, then the character is vulnerable to attacks and cannot block. When broken, the bar shrinks, and it is refilled to its new maximum. It can be shrunk a number of times. The initial size of the Guard Power gauge varies depending on the Ism and the character being played. The Guard Power gauge does not exist in the Survival and Dramatic Battle modes. Blocking an attack right when it is about to hit rather than in advance reduces the amount of Guard Power lost (the character flashes blue when this is successful). Characters can also reduce damage taken by pressing any direction and an attack button simultaneously when being hit (the character flashes red when this is successful). In A-ism and V-ism, characters can perform Alpha Counters (Zero Counter in the Japanese release), special counterattacks that interrupt the opponent's attack while blocking at the expense of some of the Super Combo gauge. Each character has a different Alpha Counter for each Ism.

Characters can become dizzy from being attacked repeatedly; they are uncontrollable and vulnerable in this state but can recover more quickly by rapidly pressing back and forth on the D-Pad along with the attack buttons. It is also possible to escape grabs in this way.

Characters have a Super Combo gauge (or an Custom Combo gauge in V-ism) ) that fills as the character performs regular and special techniques or takes damage. The Super Combo gauge is used in different ways depending on which Ism is being played. The Super Combo gauge carries over between rounds (but not between battles). Each character starts the match with a fully filled gauge (though this can be changed to empty in the options).

Fighting styles

After choosing a character, the player is asked to choose a Mode and an Ism. Both choices affect how the character is played. The Modes are unique to the home versions of the game and modify the difficulty of the game in ways that are independent of the Ism chosen:

  • Normal: The character plays as he or she normally does in the arcade release of the game.
  • Mazi: The damage done by the character is significantly increased, but the character also takes double damage from any attack. While the player must still win the best of three rounds to win, the opponent only needs to win one round to defeat the player.
  • Saikyou: The damage done by the character is slightly decreased, the character is easier to stun, and the Guard Power gauge is drastically shortened.
  • Classic: The character has the increased damage of X-ism but also its constraints (for example, no air blocking or recoveries). The character has no Super Combo gauge (so cannot perform Super Combos, Custom Combos, or Alpha Counters) and no Guard Power gauge (so can block without restriction).

After selecting a Mode, the player is presented with the choice of three fighting styles, called "Isms." Characters often have slightly different normal and special moves depending on the chosen Ism. Some special moves are performed with different button combinations. Characters have different color schemes depending on the selected Ism (and Chun-Li and Sodom have unique sprites when played in X-ism).

Boss characters such as Juli, Juni, and Final Bison use a special "Shadaloo-ism" when fought, which gives them access to special moves unavailable in standard play.

Additional Isms called "Ism-Pluses" can be unlocked in the World Tour mode.

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X-ism
X-ism is a simple style based on Super Street Fighter II Turbo. X-ism has the highest attack power but least defense. All attacks do more damage, and characters have single-level Super Combo gauges with access to a single but powerful Super Combo move (equivalent to the level 3 move in A-ism). However, characters cannot air block, perform ground recovery rolls or air recoveries, reduce damage taken from hits or blocks, or use Alpha Counters. They also take slightly more damage from attacks, though the Guard Power gauge is longer so they can block more. Characters also cannot taunt in this style, with the exception of Dan.
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A-ism
A-ism (Z-ism in the Japanese release) is the standard playing style, based on the previous Alpha games. Characters have three-level Super Combo gauges with access to multiple Super Combo moves. Characters have access to air blocking, ground and air recoveries, and Alpha Counters. Performing a Alpha Counter costs one level of the Super Combo gauge and one notch of the Guard Power gauge. Damage done per hit is average (in between the other two styles).

Each Super Combo technique has three levels, chosen based on the strength of the punch or kick button used to execute the move. Some Super Combos can only be performed at max level. The Super Combo gauge recharges faster than in X-ism, and characters have access to every Super Combo move in A-ism but one (Dhalsim's Yoga Tempest is exclusive to X-ism).

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V-ism
V-ism (for "variable" style) is a unique style that allows the player to perform Custom Combos (Original Combos in the Japanese release), similar to Street Fighter Alpha 2. Characters have a single-level Custom Combo gauge and cannot perform Super Combo techniques in this style. Many characters have a wider range of normal moves that can be performed in V-ism (with additional normals often being available by holding away from the opponent while pressing a punch or kick button). Characters have access to air blocking, ground and air recoveries, and Alpha Counters. Performing a Alpha Counter costs half of the Custom Combo gauge and one notch of the Guard Power gauge. Damage done per hit is the lowest of the three styles.

Custom Combos can be started by pressing a punch and kick button of the same strength simultaneously when the gauge is at least half full. This causes the character to move more quickly and attack with much less recovery time, making it easier to chain moves together. There is a moment of invulnerability after initiating an Custom Combo. The Custom Combo gauge drains while it is active, and the combo ends when the gauge is empty or if the character is hit out of it. The Custom Combo gauge recharges quickly, faster than in the other styles. Characters cannot block while performing an Custom Combo, but unlike the previous game, they can move backwards. Charge moves can be performed without charging (for example, the player only needs to press Left Right P for a Sonic Boom).

Modes

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Survival Mode, 10 Battle

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Dramatic Battle

The game has multiple modes:

  • Arcade Mode: The single-player mode consists of ten matches against computer-controlled opponents, mostly against randomly chosen characters with random Isms. The fifth and ninth battles are against predetermined opponents depending on the character being played, and they are preceded by brief dialogue scenes between the two characters, similar to the rival battles of the previous Alpha games. The final battle is also against a predetermined opponent, which is Final Bison for almost every character (except the hidden character Evil Ryu, who faces Shin Akuma, and Bison himself, who faces Ryu). The final battle is sometimes preceded by a fight against the Shadaloo enforcer Balrog or a two-on-one fight against the Shadaloo Dolls Juli & Juni. The game can be continued an unlimited number of times before the final battle. Losing the final battle, however, ends the game with a bad ending where Bison succeeds in taking over the world (or with Ryu's good ending when playing as Bison). A second player can join the game to challenge the other player to a fight by pressing  START , with the victor continuing in the tournament. There are eight different difficulty levels for computer-controlled opponents.
  • Vs Mode: A dedicated two-player mode. Players choose a character, a Mode, an Ism, a handicap, the game speed, and a stage. The stage is chosen based on the first player's character. The game keeps track of wins and finishers for each player.
  • Team Battle: A two-player mode where each player selects up to three characters and plays a single match against each other. The first round pits each player's first character against each other. The winner continues with the same character in the next round, while the loser loses their first character and continues the fight with their second. The match ends when one player has lost both of their characters.
  • Training Mode: A single-player mode where the player can practice playing a character against a non-hostile opponent. Both characters have vitality and Super Combo gauges that stay fully replenished. The player can select some options with  START , such as whether the opponent blocks attacks or whether the opponent stands, blocks, jumps or whether the opponent is passive, controlled by the computer, or controlled manually (using a second control pad). This menu can also enable attack data, showing the damage and the combos done.
  • World Tour: A single-player mode where the player chooses a character and travels to five different locations around the world: Asia, U.S.S.R., Europe, Africa, and America. Each contains several stages, each consisting of one to three battles, which must all be completed in one attempt (or the player must try again from the beginning of the stage). Completing the challenges in all five areas unlocks Akuma's home island, Gokuentou, where a final series of boss fights awaits. There are various battle types with different rules, such as battles where opponents can only be damaged with combos or throws, two-on-one Dramatic Battles, and battles where the player faces multiple foes one at a time on the same vitality bar. The player earns experience for the selected character and Ism whenever a stage is completed, which increases the level of the character (up to level 32) and the character's statistics (normal and special move attack power, Super Combo attack power, defense, Super Combo gauge replenish rate, and stamina). In each area, the player can earn additional Isms called "Ism-Pluses," which provide unique bonuses such as increasing the rate at which the player's Super Combo gauge replenishes, preventing the character from ever being stunned, or allowing the character to perform Custom Combos outside of V-ism. Characters created in World Tour mode can saved to Entry Slots for use in the other game modes. Only six Ism-Pluses can be earned, but they are always active, allowing the player to create a custom style called an "I-Ism." The player can strategize which areas to visit first to decide which Ism-Pluses to obtain.
  • Survival Mode: A single-player mode where the player chooses any character and fights a series of opponents in one-round matches. The character's vitality gauge is restored by a certain amount after each match depending on the player's performance: time remaining, vitality remaining, the biggest combo performed, and the finisher used (with Super Combo or Custom Combo finishes awarding the most health). The player only has one chance to succeed; the game ends and cannot be continued if the player loses a match. There are multiple courses available. Three of the courses are against single opponents: Arcade (against all of the characters from the original arcade game), Original (against every character in the home version), and Boss (against Balrog, Vega, Sagat, Juli & Juni, Akuma, Final Bison, Evil Ryu, and Shin Akuma). The remaining courses are against multiple opponents per match, with one or two in battle at a time and the others entering the match when another is defeated: 10 Battle, 20 Battle, 30 Battle, 50 Battle, and ∞ Battle (which determines the number of total opponents fought). The game keeps track of the best playthroughs for each course (determined by completion time and score). There are no Guard Power gauges in this mode, so characters have unlimited blocking.
  • Dramatic Battle: A two-on-one fighting mode that can be played by one player or by two players (if the second player presses  START  on the character select screen). In single-player games, each character is assigned a predetermined partner (for example, Guy is partnered with Cody, and Juli is partnered with Juni). In two-player games, each player can choose any character. Players face six boss characters, ending with Final Bison, in two-on-one fights, with all characters present simultaneously. Characters have separate vitality and Super Combo gauges, and the computer controls the partner character in one-player games. Matches are played to the best of three rounds, and a round is only lost if both characters are defeated. There are no Guard Power gauges in this mode, so characters have unlimited blocking.
  • Vs Dramatic Battle: A two-on-one fighting mode that can be played by three players simultaneously. Player can choose any character and any stage. The solo player can set the Super Combo gauge to normal or "plus" (which replenishes much faster) and guarding to normal or reflect (auto-blocking) and also has the option of a handicap to even the odds.
  • Final Battle: A single-player mode where the player can choose any character and skip straight to the final battle (which is against Final Bison for most characters and not including the fights against Balrog or Juli & Juni when applicable). The match is not preceded by dialogue as it would be in the Arcade Mode, but the player is rewarded with the character's ending if the battle is won.
  • Network: The game had a special "Saikyou Doujou" mode where the player could upload World Tour mode I-Ism characters and download master characters to compete against locally. The Matching Service version also contains an online versus mode.

Records, including high scores and the player's progress in the World Tour mode are saved to a VMU.

Characters

Note: Move lists assume that the character is facing right. When facing left, Left and Right should be reversed.

P Any punch button
 LP  Light punch
 MP  Medium punch
 HP  Hard punch
K Any kick button
 LK  Light kick
 MK  Medium kick
 HK  Hard kick
 TAUNT  Taunt

For moves that require using the  TAUNT  button,  LP  must be held for the entire button combination, finishing with the  START  button.

All 21 characters from Street Fighter Alpha 2 return (including Cammy from Street Fighter Alpha 2 Gold and the hidden characters Evil Ryu and Shin Akuma). E. Honda, Blanka, Balrog, Vega, Fei Long, Dee Jay, T. Hawk, and Guile return from Super Street Fighter II, completing the roster from that series, and Cody returns from Final Fight. The characters Karin, R. Mika, and the Shadaloo "Dolls," Juli & Juni, debut in this game.

Evil Ryu, Shin Akuma, Dee Jay, Fei Long, T. Hawk, and Guile were all exclusive to the console releases of the game. Additionally, Balrog, Juli, and Juni, who were playable in the arcade version but had no storylines, have been made part of the default roster and given individual stories and endings.

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Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter
Fifth battle:
Rose
Ninth battle:
Ken
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Ken
Ryu
Ryu is a wandering warrior who tours the world in search of new fighters to challenge in order to improve his skill. He is disciplined in his training, and in his journey to become stronger, he often struggles to resist the temptation of dark power. This inner conflict is outwardly represented by his two counterparts: Ken Masters, his high-spirited training partner and best friend, and Akuma, his cold-blooded rival who represents what Ryu could become if he succumbed to evil. Ryu is being hunted by M. Bison and his Shadaloo forces, who are seeking a new body for Bison's mind.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Ryu focuses energy through his palms and fires a surging punch across the screen.
Shakunetsu Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down Down-right Right P Ryu shoots a flaming variant of the Hadouken, which can knock over opponents in close range.
Shouryuuken X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Ryu rises off the ground while punching upwards, knocking down his opponent on impact.
Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K Ryu jumps into the air and spins around an axis with his leg extended, knocking down his opponent on impact. This move can be performed in midair.
Hadou no Kamae X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right  TAUNT  Ryu performs the motion for a fireball but does not fire one. The purpose of this move is to confuse opponents. The recovery time for this move is much faster than a real fireball.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Sakotsu Wari X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MP  Ryu pulls his fist back and strikes forward and down, potentially hitting twice. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Seichuu Nidan Tsuki X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HP  Ryu slides forward with an elbow strike, potentially hitting twice.
Senpuu Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK  Ryu leaps forward, doing a single spinning kick similar to a Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku.
Kakato Otoshi X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ HK  Ryu does an axe kick, potentially hitting twice.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Shinkuu Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Ryu fires a version of the Hadouken that can hit his opponent multiple times.
Shinkuu Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left K Ryu performs a version of the Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku that draws his opponent in and potentially hits multiple times.
Metsu Shouryuuken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K (at max level) Ryu slides forward with an elbow strike, then follows it up with a Shouryuuken. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Ryu performs a Shouryuuken.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Ryu performs a sweep kick.
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Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Ryu
Ninth battle:
Sodom
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Sodom
E. Honda
E. Honda is a sumo wrestler who is hoping to someday become the greatest sumo wrestler in the world. He has achieved the second-highest rank of Ozeki. He is searching for tough opponents to show the world the strength of sumo wrestling.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Hyakuretsu Harite X-ism A-ism V-ism PPPPP E. Honda unleashes a flurry of hand slaps.
Super Zutsuki X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P E. Honda propels himself forward head first like a torpedo.
Super Hyakkan Otoshi X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K E. Honda leaps high into the air and uses his weight to flatten an opponent.
Ooichou Nage X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then P (close) E. Honda grabs and slams his opponent against the ground, then flattens his opponent with a Sumo Smash.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Hiza Geri X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ MK  or Right+ MK 
X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK 
E. Honda performs a knee strike that can hit up to two times.
Harai Geri X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ HK  or Right+ HK 
X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HK 
E. Honda does a low kick.
Flying Sumo Press X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ MK  while jumping diagonally
X-ism A-ism V-ism  MK  in midair
E. Honda falls down with a diving splash.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Oni Musou X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P E. Honda performs two consecutive Super Zutsukis followed by an advancing Hyakuretsu Harite.
Fuji Oroshi X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+K E. Honda does a low leaping headbutt and an upward claw attack, juggling his opponent into the air, followed by a Super Hyakkan Otoshi.
Orochi Kudaki X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation twice, then P (close, at max level) E. Honda throws his opponent into the ground twice, followed by a Super Hyakkan Otoshi. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, E. Honda performs a downward hand chop.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, E. Honda performs a sweep kick.
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Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Dan
Ninth battle:
Zangief
Final battle:
Balrog, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Dan
Blanka
Blanka is a beastman from the jungles of Brazil. He was once a young boy named Jimmy who was raised by animals after surviving a plane crash. After climbing onto a poacher's truck to eat a melon, he unwittingly travels back to civilization.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Electricity X-ism A-ism V-ism PPPPP Blanka charges himself with electricity, zapping anyone who touches him.
Rolling Attack X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P Blanka curls into a ball and rolls straight into his opponent.
Backstep Rolling Attack X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+K Blanka does a handstand, then leaps high into the air for a rolling attack.
Vertical Rolling Attack X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K Blanka launches upwards to hit an airborne opponent (or drop on them from above).
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Handslap X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ LP  or Right+ LP  (close)
X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ LP 
Blanka does a handslap.
Rock Crush X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ MP  or Right+ MP  (close)
X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ MP 
Blanka does a headbutt, hitting up to two times.
Knee Strike X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ LK  or  MK  or Right+ LK  or  MK  (close)
X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ LK  or  MK 
Blanka does a knee strike.
Amazon River Run X-ism A-ism V-ism Down-right+ HP  Blanka slides along the ground on his back, knocking opponents over.
Surprise Forward X-ism A-ism V-ism All three K simultaneously Blanka leaps forward. This move can pass through opponents (if close enough) but not attacks.
Surprise Back X-ism A-ism V-ism Left + all three K simultaneously Blanka leaps back. This move can pass through opponents (if close enough) but not attacks.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Ground Shave Rolling X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P Blanka rolls into the air, then rolls along the ground toward his opponent.
Tropical Hazard X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Down-right Down-left Up-right+K Blanka jumps to the corner of the screen and shakes the scenery for fruits (mostly watermelons) to fall randomly if the player presses P or K rapidly. He then dives toward his opponent.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Blanka performs a Rolling Attack.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Blanka does a low kick.
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Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Birdie
Ninth battle:
Cammy
Final battle:
Juli & Juni, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Fei Long
Chun-Li
Chun-Li is an expert martial artist and a young new Interpol officer who seeks revenge for the death of her father at the hands of M. Bison. She has teamed up with the American soldiers Charlie and Guile against Shadaloo.

In X-ism, she uses her classic sprite, where she wears her qipao from Street Fighter II.

Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Hyakuretsu Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism KKKKK Chun-Li unleashes a flurry of rapid kicks.
Tenshou Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K Chun-Li jumps high into the air while spinning her legs around in kicks. In X-ism, this move can only be performed as a reversal.
Kikouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down Down-right Right P Chun-Li shoots an energy ball across the screen.
Sen'en Shuu X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left K Chun-Li does a handstand and then kicks downward with a straight leg. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Spinning Bird Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+K Chun-Li flips upside down and spins her legs while moving forward. This move can also be performed in midair.
Sou Hakkei X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P Chun-Li thrusts her palms out, repelling opponents.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Sankaku Tobi X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in the opposite direction when jumping onto the edge of the screen Chun-Li can jump off the edges of the screen.
Yosokyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ MK  in midair Chun-Li holds a straight leg in a head stomp.
Kouhou Kaiten Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down-right+ MK  Chun-Li flips backwards high into the air, coming down with a kick.
Kaku Kyaku Raku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down-right+ HK  Chun-Li flips forwards high into the air, coming down with a kick.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Senretsu Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+K Chun-Li moves forward quickly while performing a series of Hyakuretsu Kyakus. She has a brief period of invulnerability at the beginning of the move (allowing her to pass through projectiles).
Kikoushou X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Chun-Li produces a large fireball directly in front of her.
Hazan Tenshou Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Down-right Down-left Up-right+K Chun-Li performs a more powerful version of her Tenshou Kyaku.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Chun-Li thrusts both hands out.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Chun-Li performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Zangief.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Rolento
Ninth battle:
Chun-Li
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
R. Mika
Zangief
Zangief is a Soviet wrestler and national hero. He has been sent by the Russian President to combat the looming danger of Shadaloo.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Double Lariat X-ism A-ism V-ism All three P simultaneously Zangief spins around with his arms outstretched, knocking over opponents on impact. He is invulnerable above the waist while performing this move, allowing most projectiles to pass through him. He can move with Left and Right while spinning.
Quick Double Lariat X-ism A-ism V-ism All three K simultaneously Zangief performs a Double Lariat that is faster but has a shorter duration. He can move with Left and Right while spinning.
Spinning Piledriver X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then P (close) Zangief grabs his opponent, jumps high into the air, then drives them head first into the ground while spinning.
Flying Powerbomb X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then K (far away) Zangief grabs his opponent, jumps, and slams them into the ground.
Atomic Suplex X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then K (close) Zangief grabs his opponent and performs a grounded suplex followed by an aerial suplex.
Banishing Fist X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P
X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P
Zangief takes a step forward and does a low back hand slap. This move can neutralize projectiles.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Flying Body Press X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ HP  while jumping diagonally Zangief falls down with a diving splash.
Double Knee Drop X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ LK  or  MK  while jumping diagonally Zangief falls with his knees forward.
Russian Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism Down-left+ MK  or  HK  Zangief does a low kick.
Headbutt X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HP 
X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MP 
Zangief hops into the air and does a headbutt.
Kuuchuu Headbutt X-ism A-ism V-ism Up+ MP  or  HP  in midair Zangief performs a headbutt in midair.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Final Atomic Buster X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation twice, then P (close) Zangief grabs his opponent and performs two rolling suplexes followed by a Spinning Piledriver.
Aerial Russian Slam X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Zangief jumps in front of him and tries to grab his opponent (if airborne) to slam them into the ground.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Zangief performs a standing kick.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Zangief performs a standing punch.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Dhalsim.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Rose
Ninth battle:
Birdie
Final battle:
Juli & Juni, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Rose
Dhalsim
Dhalsim is an Indian Yogi who has left his village to investigate the disturbance caused by the Psycho Drive.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Yoga Fire X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Dhalsim spits out a fireball that scorches whoever it touches. It travels the full width of the screen with X-ism, but it stops slightly shorter with A-ism and V-ism.
Yoga Flame X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down Down-right Right P
X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P
Dhalsim breathes a large mass of flame in front of him.
Yoga Blast X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down Down-right Right K
X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left K
Dhalsim breathes a large mass of flame at a diagonal angle in front of him.
Yoga Teleport Forward X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right + all three P or K simultaneously Dhalsim disappears and reappears an the entire screen ahead with P or half the screen ahead with K.
Yoga Teleport Backward X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down Down-left + all three P or K simultaneously Dhalsim disappears and reappears an entire screen back with P or half the screen back with K.
Yoga Escape X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down Down-left K when knocked down Dhalsim teleports away after being knocked down.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Kuuchuu Chouhatsu X-ism A-ism V-ism  TAUNT  in midair Dhalsim can perform his taunt in midair.
Short Attacks X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+P or K Dhalsim can perform shorter, quicker attacks without stretching his arms by holding Left. This works while standing, crouching, or jumping.
Forward Chop X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ LP  Dhalsim quickly jabs his open hand forward.
Downward Chop X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ LP  Dhalsim chops his hand downward. He holds his hand up while the button is held and chops when it is released, allowing the player to time the attack (though he chops eventually even if the button is still held). If held for at least a second, it is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Headbutt X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ HP  Dhalsim headbutts his opponent, hitting up to two times.
Yoga Mummy X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ HP  in midair Dhalsim spins downward head first like a drill.
Yoga Spear X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+K in midair Dhalsim spins downward feet first like a drill. The angle depends on the button used, with  LK  being the closest to 0° and  HK  being the closest to 270°.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Yoga Tempest X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down Down-right Right Left Down-left Down Down-right Right P Dhalsim breathes a large mass in front of him, similar to the Yoga Flame but lasting longer and potentially hitting more times.
Yoga Inferno X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Dhalsim belches a chain of fireballs in front of him.
Yoga Strike X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Dhalsim jumps in front of him and tries to grab his opponent (if airborne) to slam them into the ground.
Yoga Stream X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P Dhalsim sets the ground in front of him on fire with his breath, which can hit opponents who are blocking high.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Dhalsim performs a knee strike followed by an upward hand chop.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Dhalsim performs a knee strike followed by a ground slide.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Ken.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter
Fifth battle:
Karin
Ninth battle:
Sakura
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Ryu
Ken
Ken Masters studied karate under the master Gouken, along with his best friend and rival Ryu. Ken is a foil to Ryu: while Ryu is serious and stoic, has no family, and has no possessions, Ken is brash and stylish, has a girlfriend, and comes from a wealthy family. Ken traveled to the United States to compete in martial arts tournaments while Ryu traveled to Thailand to defeat Sagat, the Emperor of Muay Thai. While searching for his old friend, Ken is captured by Shadaloo and brainwashed in order to lure Ryu to them.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Ken focuses energy through his palms and fires a surging punch across the screen.
Shouryuuken X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Ken rises off the ground while punching upwards. When performed with  HP , Ken has a flaming fist and can hit his opponent up to three times.
Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K Ken jumps into the air and spins around an axis with his leg extended, potentially hitting his opponent up to five times if performed with  HK . This move can be performed in midair.
Zenpou Tenshin X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P Ken rolls forward, the distance depending on the strength of the punch used.
Zentou X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right  TAUNT  Ken rolls a short distance forward, falls, then flips back to a standing position. The purpose of this move is to confuse opponents. He is vulnerable while doing this.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Inazuma Kakato Wari X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK  Ken kicks high into the air, then brings his leg down like an axe chop, hitting up to two times. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Izumu Kakato Wari X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ MK  Ken performs a roundhouse kick, hitting up to two times.
Ushiro Mawashi-geri X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HK  Ken turns around with a heel kick that knocks down opponents.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Shouryuu Reppa X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Ken performs a series of low Shouryuukens while moving across the screen, culminating in a high Shouryuuken.
Shinryuuken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Ken performs a powerful spinning Shouryuuken that ascends upward, drawing in nearby opponents.
Shippuujinrai Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left K (at max level) Ken moves forward while delivering a series of fast kicks before launching his opponent into the air with a rising Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Ken performs a Shouryuuken.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Ken performs a roundhouse kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Akuma.gif
Originally appeared in:
Super Street Fighter II Turbo
Fifth battle:
Adon
Ninth battle:
Guy
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Gen
Akuma (Gouki)
Akuma is a cold and emotionless warrior who has mastered the dark and violent art of the Satsui no Hadou. He wants only to obtain as much power as possible and has been completely consumed by darkness as a result. He is searching for Ryu to tempt him to embrace the Satsui no Hadou.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Gou Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Akuma focuses energy through his palms and fires a surging punch across the screen.
Zankuu Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P in midair Akuma shoots a single-handed Hadouken at a diagonal angle downward in midair.
Shakunetsu Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P Akuma shoots a flaming variant of the Hadouken, which knocks down opponents on impact.
Gou Shouryuuken X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Akuma rises off the ground while punching upwards. Hits up to two times with  MP  or three times with  HP .
Tatsumaki Zankuukyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K Akuma jumps into the air and spins around an axis with his leg extended, knocking down his opponent on impact. This move can be performed in midair.
Hyakki Shuu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Up-right P Akuma somersaults forward. He performs a sliding sweep when he lands. Alternatively, the move can be followed up with P for a palm strike or K for a falling kick. When Akuma is near his opponent, he can throw them with Left+P or K or Right+P or K instead.
Zenpou Tenshin X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P Akuma jumps forward, then rolls along the ground.
Ashura Senkuu Forward X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right + all three P or K simultaneously Akuma glides forward. He is invulnerable in this state. He moves across the entire screen with P or half the screen with K.
Ashura Senkuu Backward X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down Down-left + all three P or K simultaneously Akuma glides backward. He is invulnerable in this state. He moves across the entire screen with P or half the screen with K.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Tenma Kuujin Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ MK  before the apex of the jump while flipping forward in the air Akuma dive kicks diagonally downward.
Zugai Hasatsu X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MP  Akuma performs an open-handed chop, potentially hitting twice. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Senpuu Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK  Akuma leaps forward, doing a single spinning kick similar to a Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Shun Goku Satsu X-ism A-ism V-ism  LP   LP  Right  LK   HP  (at max level) Akuma glides to his opponent, then performs a series of attacks that cannot be seen as the screen flashes white. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move. This move is treated as a grab and cannot be blocked.
Messatsu Gou Hadou X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P Akuma fires a version of the Gou Hadouken that can hit his opponent multiple times.
Messatsu Gou Shouryuu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Akuma performs a series of low Gou Shouryuukens while moving across the screen, culminating in a high Gou Shouryuuken.
Tenma Gou Zankuu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P in midair Akuma fires a larger, more powerful Zankuu Hadouken at his opponent.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Akuma performs a Gou Shouryuuken.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Akuma performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Charlie.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha
Fifth battle:
Cammy
Ninth battle:
Rolento
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Guile
Charlie (Nash)
Charlie Nash is a Captain in the United States Air Force. He has been investigating Shadaloo and their connections to the military. He is tracking M. Bison with the intention of finding and destroying Shadaloo's secret base.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Sonic Boom X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P Charlie fires a circular energy wave across the screen by swinging his arm.
Somersault Shell X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K Charlie somersaults upward while performing two kicks.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Dash X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Right Charlie dashes forward.
Knee Bazooka X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ LK  or Right+ LK 
X-ism A-ism V-ism K while dashing
Charlie hops forward with a knee strike.
Jump Sobat X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ MK  or Right+ MK  Charlie hops toward his opponent with a turning kick. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Step Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ HK  or Right+ HK  Charlie takes a step forward and kicks.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Somersault Justice X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Down-right Down-left Up-right+K Charlie performs two Somersault Shells in succession.
Sonic Barrage X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P Charlie fires a Sonic Boom. He can launch multiple Sonic Booms in a row (two at level 1, three at level 2, and four at level 3) by continuing to press P.
Crossfire Blitz X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+K Charlie dashes forward while performing a series of fast kicks.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Charlie performs a Spin Back Knuckle.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Charlie performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Cammy.gif
Originally appeared in:
Super Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Dhalsim
Ninth battle:
Vega
Final battle:
Juli & Juni, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
M. Bison
Cammy
Cammy is a Shadaloo Doll, a genetically engineered assassin for M. Bison. However, Dhalsim used his spiritual powers to break Shadaloo's mental control over her after she was sent to assassinate him. Newly self-aware, she is resolved to free the other Dolls and confront Bison with them.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Spiral Arrow X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right K Cammy spirals forward feet first like a spinning arrow.
Cannon Spike X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Cammy leaps into the air with a front kick.
Axle Spin Knuckle X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P Cammy hops forward and does an elbow smash and a backfist. This move passes through projectiles.
Cannon Revenge X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P Cammy holds her arm up and taunts her opponent. If she is attacked from above while holding her arm up, she counters with a Cannon Spike.
Cannon Strike X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K before the apex of the jump while flipping forward in the air Cammy dive kicks diagonally downward.
Hooligan Combination X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down Down-right Right Up-right P Cammy curls into a ball and hurls herself at her opponent. If no button is pressed, she ends with a sweep when she lands. When Cammy is near the opponent's neck or waist, the player can perform a takedown by pressing K while holding a direction toward the opponent.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Spin Drive Smasher X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Cammy performs a Spiral Arrow followed by a Cannon Spike.
Reverse Shaft Breaker X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left K Cammy performs a Spiral Arrow straight upward that hits multiple times and pulls nearby opponents inward.
Killer Bee Assault X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Down-right Down-left Up-right+K (at max level) Cammy jumps to the corner of the screen, then performs four side-to-side flying kicks and finishes with a stomp. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Cammy performs a backfist.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Cammy performs a Cannon Spike.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Sprites, M. Bison.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Gen
Ninth battle:
Birdie
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Birdie
Balrog (M. Bison)
Balrog is a former heavyweight boxing champion, barred from fighting after killing someone in the ring. He worked his way up the ranks in Shadaloo and became M. Bison's personal bodyguard. He has been sent to investigate Gen and to apprehend Birdie. All of his attacks are performed with his upper body (punches, elbow strikes, headbutts, and so forth), including those executed with the kick buttons.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Dash Straight or Upper X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P or K Balrog dashes forward while standing and smashes his opponent with a straight punch if performed with P or an uppercut if performed with K. He dashes farther when a stronger attack button is used.
Dash Ground Straight or Upper X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Down-right+P or K Balrog dashes forward low to the ground and smashes his opponent with a straight punch if performed with P or an uppercut if performed with K. He dashes farther when a stronger attack button is used.
Buffalo Headbutt X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+P Balrog jumps up with a shoulder smash. In X-ism, this move can only be performed as a reversal.
Turn Punch Hold all three P or K simultaneously, then release Balrog turns around and delivers a powerful punch. The longer the attack buttons are held down, the greater the punch's power.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Crazy Buffalo X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P or K
X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P
Balrog performs a series of five dashes and punches. He performs uppercuts if the player holds K (regardless of which button started the move).
Gigaton Blow X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+K (at max level) Balrog performs a single powerful Turn Punch that hits multiple times and throws his opponent spinning backward. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Balrog performs a Buffalo Headbutt.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Balrog performs a sweep punch.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Sprites, Balrog.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Zangief
Ninth battle:
Cammy
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Rolento
Vega (Balrog)
Vega is a narcissistic Shadaloo enforcer who manages the assassin group, the Dolls. He fights with a claw and wears a mask to protect his face. He has been sent to apprehend a rogue Doll named Cammy. His claw can be broken from blocking too many attacks, reducing the damage of his punches, but he can collect his claw after it breaks off and reattach it.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Rolling Crystal Flash X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P Vega rolls along the ground, ending with a claw thrust.
Sky High Claw X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+P Vega jumps to the edge of the screen and then dives at his opponent with a claw.
Flying Barcelona Attack X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K, then P Vega jumps to the edge of the screen and somersaults back to the ground, which can be followed by a claw dive with P.
Izuna Drop X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K, then D-Pad towards opponent + P Vega jumps to the edge of the screen, then drops on his opponent and quickly does an air suplex.
Kabe Hari Tsuki X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up + all three K simultaneously (in Vega's stage) Vega climbs onto the fence in the background, then jumps off. He can perform a claw dive after jumping with P or an air suplex by holding the D-Pad toward the opponent with P.
Backslash X-ism A-ism V-ism All three P or K simultaneously Vega performs a backflip. He backflips once with K and twice with P. He is invulnerable while performing this move.
Scarlet Terror X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Right+K Vega backflips into the air.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Sankaku Tobi X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in the opposite direction when jumping onto the edge of the screen Vega can jump off the edges of the screen.
Cosmic Smart X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HK  Vega does a leaping turnaround kick.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Flying Barcelona Special X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Down-right Down-left Up-right+K, then P Vega jumps to the edge of the screen and somersaults back to the ground, which can be followed by a claw dive that hits multiple times with P.
Rolling Izuna Drop X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Down-right Down-left Up-right+K, then D-Pad towards opponent + P Vega jumps to the edge of the screen and somersaults back to the ground, then grabs his opponent and slams them in a series of rolling suplexes.
Kabe Hari Tsuki X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down-left for 2 seconds, then Down-right Down-left Up-right + all three K simultaneously (in Vega's stage) Vega climbs onto the fence in the background, then jumps off. He can perform the Flying Barcelona Special after jumping with P or the Rolling Izuna Drop by holding the D-Pad toward the opponent with P.
Scarlet Mirage X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+K Vega advances on his opponent with a series of backflips.
Red Impact X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P (close, at max level) Vega stabs his opponent with his claw, throws them into the air, and impales them with his claw as they land. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Vega performs a standing claw swipe.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Vega performs a sliding sweep.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Sagat.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter
Fifth battle:
Dan
Ninth battle:
Ryu
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Adon
Sagat
Sagat is the "Emperor of Muay Thai" and M. Bison's right-hand man. After being scarred and defeated by Ryu, he seeks him out again for a rematch.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Tiger Shot X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P or K Sagat punches into the air, shooting a crescent-shaped projectile across the screen. If performed with P, he shoots a high shot while standing; if performed with K, he shoots a low shot while kneeling.
Tiger Uppercut X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Sagat rises off the ground while punching upwards, hitting up to two times and knocking his opponent over.
Tiger Blow X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Sagat rises off the ground while punching upwards, hitting up to five times with  MP  or seven times with  HP  before knocking the opponent down.
Tiger Knee X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Up-right K Sagat jumps forward, ramming his opponent with his knee, knocking his opponent over.
Tiger Crush X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Sagat jumps forward, ramming his opponent with his knee, hitting up to two times and knocking his opponent over.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Tiger Genocide X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Sagat leaps ahead with a Tiger Crush and follows it up with a Tiger Blow.
Tiger Cannon X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Sagat fires a large Tiger Shot that can hit multiple times.
Tiger Raid X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left K Sagat performs a barrage of kicks, finishing with a flying side kick.
Angry Charge X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right  TAUNT  The scar on Sagat's chest glows, momentarily pausing gameplay, and he clutches it, which empowers his next Tiger Uppercut.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Sagat performs a standing kick.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Sagat performs a Tiger Blow.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, M. Bison.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter II
Fifth battle:
Akuma
Ninth battle:
Sagat
Final battle:
Ryu
Dramatic Battle partner:
Cammy
M. Bison (Vega)
M. Bison is the dictatorial leader of the criminal organization Shadaloo. In his quest for limitless power, he has been infusing his body with a dark energy called Psycho Power. As his body can no longer withstand this, he has been searching for a new body to use as a host, with the aid of his Psycho Drive.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Psycho Crusher X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P M. Bison spirals toward his opponent while infused with psycho energy.
Psycho Shot X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P M. Bison throws a fireball across the screen.
Double Knee Press X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+K M. Bison leaps forward while kicking.
Head Stomp X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K M. Bison flies into the air and stomps his opponent's head. After bouncing off his opponent's head, he can dive down again with a Psycho Fist by pressing P.
Skull Diver X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+P M. Bison flies into the air toward his opponent. This move can be followed by P to dive his opponent with a Psycho Fist.
Warp Forward X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right + all three P or K simultaneously M. Bison disappears and reappears an the entire screen ahead with P or half the screen ahead with K.
Warp Backward X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down Down-left + all three P or K simultaneously M. Bison disappears and reappears an entire screen back with P or half the screen back with K.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Knee Press Nightmare X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+K M. Bison does two consecutive Double Knee Press maneuvers.
Psycho Crusher X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P M. Bison spirals toward his opponent while infused with psycho energy.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, M. Bison warps behind them.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, M. Bison performs a standing punch.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Adon.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter
Fifth battle:
Ken
Ninth battle:
Rose
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Sagat
Adon
Adon is a Muay Thai master. After defeating his former master Sagat, Adon is now seeking to challenge Akuma, hoping to incorporate the Shun Goku Satsu and perfect the Muay Thai fighting style.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Rising Jaguar X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Adon leaps diagonally into the air with a knee strike, which hits up to two times and knocks his opponent down.
Jaguar Tooth X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left K Adon somersaults forward while swinging his leg around.
Jaguar Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism K in midair
X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down Down-left K
Adon jumps high into the air and thrusts downward toward his opponent with a kick.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Jaguar Crunch X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MP  Adon takes a step forward and strikes with his elbow, potentially hitting twice. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Jaguar Variable Assault X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Adon dashes forward and hits his opponent with a series of quick strikes, ending in the air.
Jaguar Revolver X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Adon performs a high Jaguar Kick followed by two quick Jaguar Kicks.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Adon performs a Rising Jaguar.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Adon performs multiple quick hand strikes.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Gen.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter
Fifth battle:
Ryu
Ninth battle:
Akuma
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Akuma
Gen
Gen is an aging Chinese martial arts master. He is searching for a worthy opponent to fight in a "Death Match." Akuma is among those he has deemed worthy, and Gen is wishing to encounter him again.

Gen has two fighting stances with entirely different movesets that he can switch between at any time.

The Mantis stance is a more defensive stance with faster but lighter attacks.

Move list (Special moves (Mantis stance))
Name Command Description
Ansatsu Ken: Ki-ryuu X-ism A-ism V-ism All three K simultaneously Gen changes to his Crane stance.
Hyakurenkou X-ism A-ism V-ism PPPPP Gen chops his hand furiously in front of him.
Gekirou X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Gen jumps into the air while kicking diagonally upward.
Move list (Super Combos (Mantis stance))
Name Command Description
Zan'ei X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Gen charges through his opponent, continuing to cause injury even after he has moved through them.
Shitenshuu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left P Gen unleashes a fury of hand chops before poking his opponent with a single finger. If the finger jab connects, a counter begins counting down above the opponent's head, causing damage on every second. The timer can be ended by attacking Gen. If the timer reaches zero without the opponent interrupting it, the opponent is knocked out and dizzied.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Gen performs a rising kick.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Gen performs a palm thrust.

The Crane stance is a more offensive stance with slower but stronger attacks. His normals are complex but generally have superior reach and often can hit multiple times.

Move list (Special moves (Crane stance))
Name Command Description
Ansatsu Ken: Sou-ryuu X-ism A-ism V-ism All three P simultaneously Gen changes to his Mantis stance.
Jyasen X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P Gen rolls along the ground, then unravels with an open-handed strike.
Ouga X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Down for 2 seconds, then Up+K Gen jumps to the corner of the screen. If no direction is held, he drops a short distance down with a kick. If Left is held, he drops down to the ground. If Right is held, he kicks downward across the screen. If Up is held, he jumps off the screen and darts across the screen over his opponent, and the player can again hold a direction to determine Gen's next action. If no direction is held, he flies over to the other side of the opponent. If Down is held (or the opponent is at the end of the stage and cannot move further back), Gen falls with a downward kick. If Down-left or Down-right is held, Gen does a diagonal kick in either direction.
Move list (Super Combos (Crane stance))
Name Command Description
Kouga X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left K in midair Gen does multiple wall jumps and diving kicks.
Jakouha X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Gen jumps in front of him and tries to grab his opponent (if airborne) to slam them into the ground.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Gen performs a jumping kick.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Gen performs a shoulder charge.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Birdie.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter
Fifth battle:
E. Honda
Ninth battle:
Blanka
Final battle:
Balrog, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Balrog
Birdie
Birdie is an overweight British punk rocker and Shadaloo member who fights using chains. He is trying to find the Psycho Drive in order to overthrow M. Bison and become the new lord of Shadaloo.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Bullhead X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right+P Birdie dashes forward and headbutts his opponent.
Bullhorn X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold any two P or K buttons for 1 second, then release Birdie turns around and headbutts his opponent. It does more damage if the buttons are held for longer.
Murderer Chain X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then P (close) Birdie grabs his opponent and slams them to the ground multiple times with his chain.
Bandit Chain X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then K (close) Birdie grabs his opponent and slams them to the ground multiple times with his chain.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Body Press X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ HP  Birdie falls down with a diving splash.
Bull Drop X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HK  Birdie kicks downward.
Bad Hammer X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Up while hitting opponent with standing  HP  After hitting his opponent with his standing  HP , which knocks them into the air, Birdie jumps and bashes them with both fists.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
The Birdie X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P Birdie dashes forward and headbutts his opponent multiple times.
Bull Revenger X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P or K Birdie leaps into the air from across the screen, grabs his opponent, and slams them into the ground with his chain. He leaps close with P and far with K.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Birdie performs a headbutt.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Birdie does a front kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Sprites, Cody.gif
Originally appeared in:
Final Fight
Fifth battle:
Birdie
Ninth battle:
Guy
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Guy
Cody
Cody is a former vigilante who became incarcerated after his addiction to street fighting spiraled out of control. He breaks out during a prison riot and looks for new competitors to fight.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Knife Hiroi X-ism A-ism V-ism Down + any two P simultaneously when standing over a knife A knife appears in between the two fighters at the start of any round when Cody is present. Cody can pick up the knife, which changes all of his P normals. The knife does chip damage when blocked. He loses the knife if he throws it or if he is knocked down.
Bad Stone X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P when not holding a knife Cody picks a clump of rocks off the ground and throws them at his opponent.
Knife Nage X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P when holding a knife Cody plays with the knife in his hand, then throws it across the screen. It bounces off his opponent (if it hits) or the side of the screen (if it misses) and must be collected again to use.
Fake Throw X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right  TAUNT  Cody crouches and pretends to pick something off the ground (when not holding a knife) or plays with the knife in his hand (when holding a knife), without throwing anything. The purpose of this move is to confuse opponents.
Ruffian Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right K Cody skids forward while kicking high into the air.
Criminal Upper X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P Cody throws an uppercut that creates a tall cyclone in front of him.
Bad Spray X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down P when knocked down Cody tosses a handful of dirt at his opponent after being knocked down.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Stomach Blow X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MP  when not holding a knife Cody does a stomach punch.
Crack Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HK  Cody does a jumping kick forward.
Yoke X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left or Down-left when attacked Cody can dodge moves, including projectiles (but not low attacks such as sweeps, overheads, or jumping attacks). Dodging does not cost any Guard Power.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Final Destruction X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Cody moves forward with a series of rapid jabs, then alternating punches, and finally an uppercut. If he is holding a knife, he drops it before starting this move.
Dead End Irony X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Cody performs a series of quick kicks. At levels 1 and 2, he starts with a Ruffian Kick. At level 3, he starts with a Crack Kick and launches his opponent into the air.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Cody does a shoulder throw.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Cody does a crouching kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Guy.gif
Originally appeared in:
Final Fight
Fifth battle:
Karin
Ninth battle:
Gen
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Cody
Guy
Guy is a sneaker-wearing "urban ninja" who lives in Metro City. He is a master of the Bushin form of ninjutsu. Sensing a disturbance in the balance of the world, he speaks to his old friend Mike Haggar and learns about a mysterious organization called Shadaloo that Haggar has been investigating for drug trafficking.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Bushin Izuna Drop X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Guy curls into a ball and leaps across the screen in an arc, with stronger punches traveling further. This maneuver can be interrupted at any time by pressing P: if he is next to his opponent, he performs a body slam (Bushin Izuna Otoshi); otherwise, he performs an elbow drop (Izuna no Hiji Otoshi).
Hayagake X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right K Guy runs towards his opponent, which can be followed up with another K. The effect of the follow-up depends on the initial button used: Guy stops short with  LK  (Kyuuteishi), does a sweep kick with  MK  (Kage Sukui), or does a jumping turnaround kick with  HK  (Kubikari).
Bushin Senpuu Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K Guy jumps into the air and spins around an axis with his leg extended. It is similar to the Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku performed by Ryu and Ken but has more vertical jump height (with stronger kicks flying higher).
Houzantou X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P Guy crouches and spins around, then charges at his opponent with his shoulder.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Wall Jump X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in the opposite direction when jumping onto the edge of the screen Guy can jump off the edges of the screen.
Hiji Otoshi X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ MP  in midair Guy thrusts downward with an elbow.
Kubi Kudaki X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MP  Guy smashes downward with an elbow, hitting up to two times. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Kamaitachi X-ism A-ism V-ism Down-right+ HK  Guy does a backflip kick.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Bushin Muso Renge X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P Guy performs a barrage of punches and kicks, with the screen flashing on each attack.
Bushin Hassou Ken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Guy pummels his opponent high into the air with a series of strikes.
Bushin Gourai Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Guy dashes toward his opponent and performs a series of punches, ending with a reverse hook kick.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Guy performs an elbow strike.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Guy performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Rolento.gif
Originally appeared in:
Final Fight
Fifth battle:
Sodom
Ninth battle:
Cody
Final battle:
Balrog, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Vega
Rolento
Rolento is former member of the Mad Gear Gang who is now building an army in order to establish a military utopian nation. Remembering his encounters with Cody in the past, he now wants to try to recruit him into his army.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Patriot Circle X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Rolento twirls his staff in circles around him.
Mekon Delta Air Raid X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P Rolento rolls backwards. If the player presses P again before he finishes his roll, he launches himself across the screen while swinging his staff downward.
Mekon Delta Escape X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K Rolento jumps back to the corner of the screen and then drops back down.
Mekon Delta Attack X-ism A-ism V-ism All three K simultaneously Rolento performs a backflip. If the player presses P again before the backflip is over, he rolls forward in a ball (with the distance depending on the strength of the punch used), which hurts opponents that he rolls into.
Stinger X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Rolento jumps high into the air. Pressing P or K before he lands throws a knife at an angle. The angle depends on the button used, with  HP  and  HK  being the closest to 0° and  LP  and  LK  being the closest to 270°.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
High Jump X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Up Rolento flips high into the air forward (potentially leaping over his opponent).
Spike Rod X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ MK  in midair Rolento jabs his staff downward, which can be used to hit his opponent or bounce slightly off the ground.
Fake Rod X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK  Rolento jabs his staff into the ground and uses it to support his weight.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Take No Prisoners X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Rolento pulls a tripwire from the ground, which moves a short distance forward. If the wire catches the opponent, Rolento pulls the opponent onto a hook that appears overhead and drops them onto the ground. This move cannot be blocked by Cody.
Mine Sweeper X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left P Rolento rolls backwards while dropping several grenades.
Steel Rain X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Rolento throws a bundle of knives into the air, which rain down wherever his opponent is standing.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Rolento performs a baton strike.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Rolento leaps to the other side of his opponent.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Sodom.gif
Originally appeared in:
Final Fight
Fifth battle:
Rolento
Ninth battle:
Chun-Li
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
E. Honda
Sodom
Sodom is an American Japanophile and trucker. He is trying to revive the Mad Gear Gang and travels the world seeking out potential recruits.

In X-ism, he fights with a pair of katana, recalling his original appearance in Final Fight. In A-ism and V-ism, he fights with a pair of jitte.

Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Jigoku Scrape X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Sodom charges forward and performs a downward strike with a weapon. The strike performed depends on the strength of the punch used.
Butsumetsu Buster X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then P (close) Sodom grabs his opponent, jumps up, and slams them into the ground.
Daikyou Burning X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then K (close) Sodom grabs his opponent, then runs across the screen while dragging them into the ground.
Shiraha Catch X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Sodom closes his arms together. If his opponent attacks him while he is doing this, Sodom catches the opponent and throws them across the screen.
Kouten Okiagari X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down P when knocked down Sodom rolls away from his opponent.
Tengu Walking X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down K when knocked down Sodom catches himself by sticking his weapons into the ground, then uses them to walk forward.
Yagura Reverse X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down Down-left K Sodom stands on his weapons. This is a fake version of Tengu Walking, meant to confuse opponents, and cannot do damage unless the opponent is performing a low attack at the same time.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Meido no Miyage X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Sodom performs a series of weapon strikes in succession, with multiple hits.
Tenchuu Satsu X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation twice, then P (close) Sodom grabs his opponent, jumps into the air, and slams them into the ground twice.
Alpha Counter (Z-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Sodom performs a Jigoku Scrape.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Sodom performs a low sliding kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Rose.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha
Fifth battle:
Guy
Ninth battle:
Vega
Final battle:
Juli & Juni, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Dhalsim
Rose
Rose is an Italian fortuneteller who wields a mysterious energy known as Soul Power. She has learned that she shares some of her soul with M. Bison and now seeks the dictator to destroy him.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Soul Reflect X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P Rose whips her scarf down in front of her. If it hits an opponent, it does damage directly, but it can also be used to absorb projectiles with  LP  or reflect them back toward her opponent with  MP  or  HP .
Soul Spark X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down-left Down Down-right Right P Rose lashes her scarf straight out as a soul sphere shoots down it.
Soul Throw X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Rose jumps upward at a diagonal angle. If she intercepts an airborne opponent, she grabs and throws them down to the ground.
Soul Spiral X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right K Rose steps forward and spins her scarf like a drill.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Slide Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism Down-right+ MK  Rose does a slide kick forward.
Soul-piette X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ HK  Rose does a rotating high kick while leaning on a hand.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Aura Soul Throw X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Rose pummels her opponent into the air, then throws them back toward the ground.
Aura Soul Spark X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left P Rose does a version of her Soul Spark that can hit multiple times.
Soul Illusion X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Rose creates afterimages of herself that mimic her normal attacks. Lasts for a timed duration or until Rose is hit.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Rose grabs and switches positions with them.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Rose performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Sakura.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Fifth battle:
E. Honda
Ninth battle:
Ryu
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Karin
Sakura
Sakura Kasugano is a Japanese schoolgirl with an intense fixation on Ryu. She has copied many of his techniques and travels the world hoping to encounter and prove herself to him.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Sakura shoots a fireball that travels most of the width of the screen.
Shouoken X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Sakura dashes forward, then performs a jumping uppercut. She dashes a longer distance when the move is performed with stronger punches.
Shunpuu Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K Sakura jumps into the air and spins around an axis with her leg extended, moving forward in an arc.
Sakura Otoshi X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Sakura leaps high into the air with her arms and legs back. This move can be followed up with P to perform a knifehand strike with both hands as she is landing.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Flower Kick X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK  Sakura performs a wide overhead kick. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Midare Zakura X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Sakura performs a series of low Shouokens while moving across the screen, culminating in a high Shouoken.
Shinkuu Hadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Sakura shoots a large fireball that can hit her opponent multiple times. The fireball shrinks as it travels the screen, dissipating completely before it reaches the end. It hits more times and does more damage when it is larger, so the move is most effective when performed near Sakura's opponent.
Haru Ichiban X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left K Sakura advances on her opponent while doing a series of low, sweeping, spinning kicks, ending with a high standing kick.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Sakura performs a jumping uppercut.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Sakura performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Sprites, Karin.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Fifth battle:
Blanka
Ninth battle:
Sakura
Final battle:
Juli & Juni, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Sakura
Karin
Karin Kanzuki is a wealthy and elitist Japanese schoolgirl and a friend and rival of Sakura (in an analogue to the relationship between Ryu and Ken). She is the only daughter and heir of the Kanzuki Zaibatsu. When Shadaloo threatens her family's corporate interests, she decides to use the family fortune to investigate the organization (bringing the family butler, Ishizaki, along with her). She fights in a style of her own design, called Kanzuki-ryuu.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Guren Ken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Karin advances with a palm strike, which can be followed by at most two other moves (advancing more with each attack). She can follow up with a palm strike with the other hand with P again, then the Guren Hou Shou (a final palm strike that knocks her opponent over) with P a final time. She can perform the Guren Hou Shou as the second (and final) move with Right+P after the first strike. Or she can follow the first or second strikes with the Guren Chuu (elbow strike) with Down-right+P, then P for a final elbow strike with the opposite arm. Or she can follow up the first or second strikes with the Guren Mujin Kyaku (a rising kick that hits twice) with K, the Guren Daisoku Barai (a sliding sweep) with Down+K, or the Guren Sen Ha (a forward leap with two hand swipes)} with Up+K. Or can can follow up the first or second strikes with the Guren Yasha (standing) with Left+P or Guren Yasha (crouching) with Left+K (both counters if her opponent hits back).
Hou Shou X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Karin does a quick palm strike that can knock her opponent over.
Mujin Kyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Karin steps forward with a high kick that potentially hits twice and knocks her opponent over.
Ressen Chou X-ism A-ism V-ism Left Down Down-left P Karin dashes forward with an elbow strike. This can be followed up with P for an elbow strike with the opposite arm.
Ressen Ha X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Up-right P Karin leaps forward with two hand swipes.
Yasha Gaeshi X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P or K Karin holds her arms in a V while standing with P or while crouching with K. If her opponent attacks her while she is doing this, she closes her arms, then opens them again, throwing her opponent backward.
Arakuma Inashi X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then K (close) Karin grabs her opponent, hits them twice with her knee, then drops them to the ground.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Tsumujigari X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK  Karin hops up and does a rotating kick. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Kanzuki-ryuu Shinpikaibyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Karin advances on her opponent with a series of rapid palm strikes.
Kanzuki-ryuu Kou'ou Ken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Karin jumps into the air with multiple hand swipes.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Karin performs a standing punch.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Karin performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Select.png
Street Fighter Alpha 2, Sprites, Dan.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha
Fifth battle:
Chun-Li
Ninth battle:
Sagat
Final battle:
Balrog, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Blanka
Dan
Dan Hibiki is an arrogant, self-taught martial artist. He created the fighting style Saikyou-ryuu ("Strongest Style"). After avenging his father's death at the hands of Sagat, he now travels in search of new students for his dojo and to prove that Saikyou-ryuu is the best fighting style in the world.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Gadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right P Dan focuses his energy and throws a very short-ranged fireball directly in front of him with a single hand.
Kouryuuken X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right P Dan rises off the ground while punching upwards, knocking down his opponent on impact.
Dankuukyaku X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K Dan leaps forward and performs a sequence of three kicks in midair.
Zenten Chouhatsu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right  TAUNT  Dan rolls forward, then performs his taunt.
Kouten Chouhatsu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left  TAUNT  Dan rolls backwards, then performs his taunt.
Saikyou-ryuu Bougyo X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + all three P simultaneously Dan pushes his opponent back (but does no damage). This move can be performed in midair.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Chouhatsu X-ism A-ism V-ism  TAUNT  Dan's taunt uniquely can be performed multiple times per round and increases the power in his Super Combo gauge.
Kuuchuu Chouhatsu X-ism A-ism V-ism  TAUNT  in midair Dan can perform his taunt in midair.
Shami Chouhatsu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ TAUNT  Dan can perform his taunt while crouching.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Hisshou Buraiken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left K Dan performs a barrage of punches and kicks right in front of him, ending with a Kouryuuken.
Chouhatsu Densetsu X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right  TAUNT  Dan rolls forward multiple times, stopping each time to taunt.
Chouhatsu Shinwa X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left Down Down-left Left  TAUNT  (at max level) All of Dan's attacks are replaced by taunts. He can roll along the ground with Down-left+K or Down-right+K while this effect is active. Similar to a Custom Combo, the taunts cancel into each other so they can be performed more quickly. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Shinkuu Gadouken X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Dan fires a version of the Gadouken that can hit his opponent multiple times.
Kouryuu Rekka X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Dan performs a single low Kouryuuken, followed by a high Kouryuuken.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Dan knocks his opponent away by flexing his bicep.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting his opponent's attack, Dan performs a sweep kick.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Sprites, R. Mika.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Fifth battle:
Karin
Ninth battle:
Zangief
Final battle:
Balrog, Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Zangief
R. Mika
Rainbow Mika is a rookie wrestler who admires Zangief. She wants to make a name for herself to go pro.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Flying Peach X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left P R. Mika turns around, then launches herself across the screen with her rear, knocking her opponent over on impact. This move has a short delay at the beginning but none at the end.
Shooting Peach X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-left Left K R. Mika turns around, then launches herself across the screen with her rear, knocking her opponent over on impact. This move has a short delay at the end but none at the beginning.
Paradise Hold X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then P (close) R. Mika does a front flip and grabs her opponent between her legs, then slams them to the ground, and rolls over for another slam.
Daydream Headlock X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation, then K (close) R. Mika grabs her opponent in a headlock, then leaps and slams the opponent into the ground. Pressing P and K during the hold does more damage.
Wingless Airplane X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left K in midair (close) R. Mika wraps her legs around her opponent's head and suplexes them to the ground.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Flying Body Press X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ HP  while jumping diagonally R. Mika falls down with a diving splash.
Knee Drop X-ism A-ism V-ism Down+ LK  while jumping diagonally R. Mika falls with her knees forwawrd.
Rainbow Sobat X-ism A-ism V-ism Left+ MK  or Right+ MK 
X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK 
R. Mika hops into the air with a spinning kick.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Heavenly Dynamite X-ism A-ism V-ism D-Pad in a 360° rotation twice, then P (close) R. Mika grabs her opponent and does a series of headbutts, dizzying her opponent, and following with a finishing move (depending on the level). Pressing P and K during the hold does more damage.
Rainbow Hip Rush X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P R. Mika throws a series of backhands, followed by two Shooting Peaches that hit multiple times.
Sardine's Beach Special X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K R. Mika runs toward her opponent. While running, she can perform a dropkick with  LP , a sliding sweep with  MP , a clothesline with  HK , or a front flip with K. If she knocks over her opponent, she jumps to the edge of the screen, where a wrestling ring slides into view, and rebounds off the rope for an unblockable backflip drop. Otherwise, she vaults over her opponent and runs to the end of the screen before turning around and running to the other side, and the player can again attempt to knock the opponent over or vault over them. The move ends when R. Mika drops on her opponent or if time runs out or her opponent hits her.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, R. Mika performs an elbow smash.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, R. Mika performs a sliding sweep.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Sprites, Juli.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Fifth battle:
T. Hawk
Ninth battle:
Cammy
Final battle:
Final Bison
Dramatic Battle partner:
Juni
Juli
Juli is a Shadaloo Doll who has been sent on a mission to assassinate the rogue Cammy. In her travels, she learns that she was once a member of T. Hawk's tribe before being brainwashed to serve Shadaloo. She is fought simultaneously with Juni as a sub-boss in the stories of several characters.
Move list (Special moves)
Name Command Description
Sniping Arrow X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right K Juli leaps forward with a flying kick.
Cannon Spike X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down Down-right K Juli leaps into the air with a front kick.
Axle Spin Knuckle X-ism A-ism V-ism Right Down-right Down Down-left Left P Juli hops forward and does an elbow smash and a punch. This move passes through projectiles.
Psycho Charge Beta
(Dramatic Battle only)
All three P simultaneously Juli infuses herself with psycho power and replenishes part of her Super Combo gauge. She is vulnerable while doing this.
Move list (Command normals)
Name Command Description
Falling Arc X-ism A-ism V-ism Right+ MK  Juli kicks downward in a semicircle, hitting up to two times. This is an overhead strike that can hit characters who are crouch blocking.
Move list (Super Combos)
Name Command Description
Reverse Shaft Breaker X-ism A-ism V-ism Hold Left for 2 seconds, then Right Left Right+P Juli performs a Spiral Arrow straight upward that hits multiple times and pulls nearby opponents inward.
Spin Drive Smasher X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right K Juli performs a Spiral Arrow followed by a Cannon Spike.
Psycho Roll
(Dramatic Battle only)
X-ism A-ism V-ism Down Down-right Right Down Down-right Right P Juli & Juni roll into a ball and launch themselves forward in an arc.
Death Cross Dance
(Dramatic Battle only)
X-ism A-ism V-ism  LP   LP  Right  LK   HP  (at max level) Juli slides forward with a backhand. If it connects, Juli & Juni hit their opponent with a barrage of attacks on each side, finishing with double flying kicks. The Super Combo gauge must be at level 3 to perform this move.
Alpha Counter (A-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Juli warps behind them.
Alpha Counter (V-ism) X-ism A-ism V-ism Right + P and K of the same strength while blocking After interrupting her opponent's attack, Juli performs a Cannon Spike.
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Characters, Victory.png
Street Fighter Zero 3, Sprites, Juni.gif
Originally appeared in:
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Fifth battle:
E. Honda
Ninth battle:
Ryu