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The Hadoken (波動拳, hadouken, "Surge Fist", a Japanese neologism, also "Wave Motion Fist"), also sometimes spelled as Hadouken, is a special attack that originated in the classic Capcom fighting video game series, Street Fighter. The practitioner thrusts his or her palms forward, sending a surge of spirit energy (or ki) flying towards the opponent.

The Hadoken is considered the series' most famous attack alongside Shoryuken, and has received a large amount of parodies and references in media. The Hadoken itself is often featured in the intros of various Street Fighter games, usually at the end, the trend starting from as early as Super Street Fighter II to the recent Super Street Fighter IV.
Ryu Hadoken

Different types of HadokensEdit

HadokenEdit

Hadouken (Surge Fist) - Thrusting his palms forward, Ryu releases a blue ki projectile (that closely resembles a fireball) towards his opponent. Can be used in midair, but flies straight forward like on ground.

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Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Input

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Stats

Input Damage Special Proporties
[5]+[6] 100,000 Projectile, Air OK

GohadokenEdit

[7]Gohadoken (Great Surge Fist) – Is Akuma's version of the normal Hadoken. He shoots a ball of purple fire at his opponent from his hands, but has a bit of delay before he tosses it.</p>

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Input

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Stats

Input Damage Special Proporties
[10]+[11] 90,000 Projectile

Zanku HadokenEdit

Zanku Hadoken (Air Slashing Spirit Surge Fist) is an aerial version of a regular Hadoken that Akuma and Ken can use. The technique and essential purpose is similar to that of a regular Hadoken, to the point of the button input, only airborne, and angled down. The Zankuu is great for stopping close up foe's chances of countering Akuma and Ken while in the air, or assaulting ground foes. The angle is usually about 45° downwards, and the speed at which the fireballs fall depends on the strength of the punch button pressed, the weakest going slower, while the stronger falling faster.

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Stats

Input Damage Special Proporties
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90,000 Projectile

Cyber HadoukenEdit

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Cyber Hadouken is Cyber-Akuma's version of the Hadouken. This version of the Hadouken is of the same size as Ryu's, but this is fire-based and much faster. The Cyber ​​Hadouken can leave you without consciousness, it leaves your body burning as it falls to the ground, so it is an opportunity to keep attacking the enemy. Cyber-Akuma also recovers very quickly from this attack.

Shinku HadokenEdit

Shinkuu Hadouken (Vacuum Surge Fist) - A super powered version of the Hadouken that by definition is a massive beam of blue ki that hits multiple times. In Marvel vs Capcom 3, Ryu can aim this attack straight up from the ground, and downward from the air by holding up or down during the startup of the attack, and move the beam up or down during the attack. In Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, this attack can now reflect off the walls and floors during his new Super Mode hyper.

Ken is also capable of performing this move, but only in X-Men vs Street Fighter and Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, only if he is partnered with Ryu and if they execute a Crossover Combination Hyper. They will perform a Double Shinku Hadoken which does more hits and more damage.

Ryu's Shinku HadokenEdit

[21] Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Input

[22][23]+[24], [25][26] or [27] for more hits

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Stats

Level Input Damage Special Proporties
1 [28]+[29] 261,300 (18,000 x 25) Air version OTG, Aim Up, Front, or Down. Damage scales by 0.95

Sakura's Shinku HadokenEdit

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Messatsu GohadoEditEdit

The Messatsu Gohado (Annihilator Great Spirit Surge) is Akuma's version of the Shinku Hadoken. It is a large purple beam that can be fired in the air in some games. In Marvel vs. Capcom 3, there are two verisons of this attack (Agyo and Ungyo). The original beam verision is performed by holding down the Heavy attack button during the input, and the fireball spread version is similar to the Tenma Gozanku.

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Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Input

[34]+[35], [36][37] or [38] for more hits

Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Stats

Version Level Input Damage Special Proporties
Agyo 1 [39]+[40] 285,500 (11,000 x 48) Damage scales by 0.97
Ungyo 1 [41]+[42]+[43] 260,300 (18,000 x 25) Damage scales by 0.95

Tenma GozankuEdit

[44]The Tenma Gozanku (Demon's Great Air Slash) – A more powerful version of the Zanku Hadoken. Akuma uses this Hyper combo to throw a barrage of mid-air projectiles at his opponent. In Marvel vs. Capcom 3, there are two verisons of this attack (Agyo and Ungyo). The Ungyo beam verision is performed by holding down the Heavy attack button during the input, and is similar to the Messatsu Gohado, and the original fireball spread version is the Agyo, which in the default version of the hyper combo.</p>

Marvel vs. Capcom 2 Input

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Marvel vs. Capcom 3 Stats

Version Level Input Damage Special Proporties
Agyo 1 [48]

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285,500 (11,000 x 48) Damage scales by 0.97
Ungyo 1 [51]

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260,300 (18,000 x 25) OTG, Damage scales by 0.95

High Mega Gou BeamEdit

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High Mega Gou Beam is one of Cyber-Akuma's Hyper Combos. Improved version of Akuma's Mesatsu Gou Hadou. It's yellow and it's extremely damaging.

Thunder Gou ShowerEdit

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Thunder Gou Shower is one of Cyber-Akuma's Hyper Combos. Just like the Tenma Gou Zankuu, throws 31 Zankuu Cyber Hadoukens at once.

Denjin Hadoken Edit

The Denjin Hadoken (電刃波動拳, Denjin Hadouken, "Electric Blade Surge Fist") was introduced in the Street Fighter III series as Ryu's third Super Art, and later went on to become Gouken's second Ultra Combo in Street Fighter IV.

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