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Ryu

Ryu
RyuStreetFighter3
Street Fighter
Name Ryu
Gender Male
Weapon/Power Martial Art rooted in Ansatsuke.
Affiliation Hero
Vitality 1,520,000
First Appearance

Street Fighter (1987)

Game Street Fighter series.
Voiced By Kyle Hebert
Company Capcom

Ryu is one of 30 characters representing Capcom in Capcom vs. Sega: The Battle of the Century, He is the main character of Street Fighter series.

Story

Ryu was an orphaned baby, with no knowledge of who his parents were or if they are still alive. When he was a young child, he was adopted by a man named Gouken and began living with him as well as learning a powerful martial art rooted as an assassination art. When Ryu was about 23 years old, Gouken believed that he was ready to travel the world in order to test his skills with fighters in the world. With this, Ryu left Gouken and Ken, and headed to fight in the first World Warrior Tournament.In Street Fighter, Ryu is one of the participants of the World Warrior tournament. After defeating many challengers, his skills earn him the right to fight its host, Sagat. Despite nearly losing against the "Emperor of Muay Thai," Ryu secures a difficult victory, and is crowned champion. In the Street Fighter Alpha series, Ryu leaves Sagat behind and returns to his home only to find that Gouken, his master and adoptive father, has been killed (or so he believes). Learning that Akuma had fought and killed his adopted father, Ryu began to travel the world to find this man to avenge him. He encounters and fights Akuma on a secluded island known as Gokuentou, while fighting Ryu, He senses that Ryu has the skills harness the Satsui no Hadou like he does, and tells Ryu about the Satsui no Hadou and it's abilities. Two years later, Ryu continues to be troubled by what Akuma had told him, compounded by his encounter with Rose, who has intricate ties to M. Bison. She tells him that he cannot defeat Bison unless he fights him at the cost of his soul. True to form, when Ryu confronts Bison, he is defeated unfairly. Bison takes the semi-conscious Ryu and begins brainwashing him, using his power to do so. This scene is interrupted by the entrance of Sagat, Ken, and Sakura, each of them having followed Ryu for their own reasons. While Ken and Sakura distract Bison, Sagat challenges the brainwashed Ryu. Sagat is offered this battle as an enticement to stay with Shadaloo. Sagat quickly notices the effects Bison's brainwashing have had on Ryu, and, at Sagat's urging, Ryu comes to his senses by using the Ki of the Satsui no Hadou to overcome Bison's power and helps Ken and Sakura fighting Bison, forcing him to retreat. Three Years later, Ryu enters the third World Warrior tournament to further advance his fighting abilities. It is there that he and Ken discover that Gouken is still alive, having survived being attacked by Akuma's Shun Goku Satsu and has helped Ryu learned how to control it without losing his humanity.

Gameplay 

Show me your strength.
Ryu

Ryu is the quintessential "basic" character in fighting games with an intuitive array of punches and kicks, and very basic special moves, making him the definitive Jack of All Stats character who's meant for beginners and experts alike. In past games, his simplicity gives most beginners confidence in starting most traditional fighters. His speed and health are also often very average, though as of recent titles and later games in the past, Ryu has seen many changes that make him more powerful as time goes on, and less overshadowed. Unfortunately, he is a rather predictable character because of being very popular in terms of usage, as many pro-players know much of his tactics due to him being a popular fighting game character vindicated by history, that doesn't mean that he's considered ineffective because of this. Ryu is an extremely balanced character who can still put up a good fight. His assists as of Tatsunoko vs. Capcom can be great for extending combos, especially his Hadouken despite it having an average amount of hitstun. As of Street Fighter IV, most of his abilities have been improved to the point where he's now a solid point-character for nearly every situation, ranging for a decent rushdown with slight mixup and equipped with simple ways of scoring knockdowns in order to zone/lockdown with his famous projectile, the Hadouken, or punish with any other tool while acting in accordance. A big strength is his in most recent titles is that most of his combos do very simple and good damage with great results, making him a great character for those who emphasize on bread and butter combos, and can even utilize simple Super/Hyper Cancel combos where most of his simple combos can lead into Hypers for impressive damage. As of the 3D versions of his appearances, Ryu also has his issues of range solved, as he now packs some decent pokes. Also, Ryu's mixup game is average thanks to his Sakotsu Wari command normal. A minor disavantage of his is that his midair normals don't normally aim downward, making him a bit bad with air-to-ground jumpins. His Hadouken also flies straight forward only in midair, making him a bit bad at air-to-ground zoning. Regarding this, his zoning has increased in CvS in that he can now fill the screen with more than one projectile, buffing him slightly. Past weaknesses in the past are that more powerful and capable characters greatly overshadowed him, and that his more powerful tricks require a lot of exploration to discover. However though, Ryu himself provides excellent team synergy for most top-tier characters in most team-based fighters he appears in. His Hadouken and Shouryuuken (and to the lesser extent the Tatsumaki Senpuukyaku) helped define the basic traits of several if not all beginner-type "Shoutou clone" characters, making most have a basic projectile and anti air specials/attacks. Shoutouclone was coined from Shoutoukan Karate, Ryu's fighting style used in his normals.

Special Moves

  • Hadoken (Left + HP): Shoot a Hadoken.
  • Shoryuken (Up + LK): A Spinning Kick.
  • Jodan Sokuto Geru (Down + LP):
  • Ren Hadoken (Left + Up + HP): Same of Hadoken but have blast.

Assist Attacks

Hyper Combo

X-Factor

X-Factor Boosts Damage Speed
Level 1 145% 150%
Level 2 175% 163%
Level 3 215% 175%

Main Theme

Street Fighter II Soundtrack - Ryu's Theme01:45

Street Fighter II Soundtrack - Ryu's Theme

Ryu's theme from Street Fighter II.

Special Quotes

Vs. Quotes

Capcom

  • (Vs. Himself)
  • (Vs. Morrigan)
  • (Vs. Chris Redfield)
  • (Vs. Dante)
  • (Vs. Felicia)
  • (Vs. Chun-Li)
  • (Vs. Trish)
  • (Vs. Amaterasu)
  • (Vs. Viewtful Joe)
  • (Vs. Tron Bonne)
  • (Vs. Albert Wesker)
  • (Vs. Spencer)
  • (Vs. Sir Arthur)
  • (Vs. Zero)
  • (Vs. Crimson Viper)
  • (Vs. Haggar)
  • (Vs. Akuma)
  • (Vs. Hsien Ko)
  • (Vs. Jill Valentine)
  • (Vs. Firebrand)
  • (Vs. Strider Hiryu)
  • (Vs. Nemesis)
  • (Vs. Vergil)
  • (Vs. Frank West)
  • (Vs. Sissel)
  • (Vs. Mega Man)
  • (Vs. Franziska)
  • (Vs. Regina)
  • (Vs. Masamune Date)
  • (Vs. Poison)
  • (Vs. Jon Talbain -DLC-)
  • (Vs. Dan Hibiki -Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Ryu Bateson -Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Beowulf -Special Edition Only-)

Sega

  • (Vs. Himself)
  • (Vs. Tails)
  • (Vs. Dr. Eggman)
  • (Vs. Alex Kidd)
  • (Vs. Vectorman)
  • (Vs. Vyse)
  • (Vs. B.D Joe)
  • (Vs. NiGHTS)
  • (Vs. Gilius Thunderhead)
  • (Vs. Ulala)
  • (Vs. Pulseman)
  • (Vs. Joe Mushashi)
  • (Vs. Aiai)
  • (Vs. Zobiko)
  • (Vs. Opa-Opa)
  • (Vs. Bonanza Bros.)
  • (Vs. Dynamite Headdy)
  • (Vs. Welkin Gunther)
  • (Vs. Ryo)
  • (Vs. James Taylor)
  • (Vs. Beat)
  • (Vs. Kazuma Kiryu)
  • (Vs. Sketch Turner)
  • (Vs. KapuKapu)
  • (Vs. Sarah Bryant)
  • (Vs. Knuckles the Echidna)
  • (Vs. Shadow the Hedgehog)
  • (Vs. Chuck D. Head)
  • (Vs. Ristar)
  • (Vs. Axel Stone)
  • (Vs. Nei -DLC-)
  • (Vs. Metal Sonic -Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Yuko Aso-Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Billy Hatcher -Special Edition Only-)

Bosses

  • (Vs. Solaris)
  • (Vs. Pyron)

Win Quotes

  1. TBA
  2. TBA
  3. TBA
  4. TBA
  5. TBA
  6. TBA
  7. TBA
  8. TBA
  9. TBA

Switch Quotes

Capcom

  • (Vs. Himself)
  • (Vs. Morrigan)
  • (Vs. Chris Redfield)
  • (Vs. Dante)
  • (Vs. Felicia)
  • (Vs. Chun-Li)
  • (Vs. Trish)
  • (Vs. Amaterasu)
  • (Vs. Viewtful Joe)
  • (Vs. Tron Bonne)
  • (Vs. Albert Wesker)
  • (Vs. Spencer)
  • (Vs. Sir Arthur)
  • (Vs. Zero)
  • (Vs. Crimson Viper)
  • (Vs. Haggar)
  • (Vs. Akuma)
  • (Vs. Hsien Ko)
  • (Vs. Jill Valentine)
  • (Vs. Firebrand)
  • (Vs. Strider Hiryu)
  • (Vs. Nemesis)
  • (Vs. Vergil)
  • (Vs. Frank West)
  • (Vs. Himself)
  • (Vs. Mega Man)
  • (Vs. Franziska)
  • (Vs. Regina)
  • (Vs. Masamune Date)
  • (Vs. Poison)
  • (Vs. Jon Talbain -DLC-)
  • (Vs. Dan Hibiki -Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Ryu Bateson -Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Beowulf -Special Edition Only-)

Sega

  • (Vs. Himself)
  • (Vs. Sonic)
  • (Vs. Dr. Eggman)
  • (Vs. Alex Kidd)
  • (Vs. Vectorman)
  • (Vs. Ooze)
  • (Vs. B.D Joe)
  • (Vs. NiGHTS)
  • (Vs. Gilius Thunderhead)
  • (Vs. Ulala)
  • (Vs. Wonder Boy)
  • (Vs. Joe Mushashi)
  • (Vs. Aiai)
  • (Vs. Harrier)
  • (Vs. Virtua Cop)
  • (Vs. Bonanza Bros.)
  • (Vs. Dynamite Headdy)
  • (Vs. Welkin Gunther)
  • (Vs. Shemnue)
  • (Vs. James Taylor)
  • (Vs. Max)
  • (Vs. Kid Chameleon)
  • (Vs. Sketch Turner)
  • (Vs. Keil Fluge)
  • (Vs. Centurion)
  • (Vs. DJ Boy)
  • (Vs. Chuck Rock)
  • (Vs. Chuck D. Head)
  • (Vs. Annet Myer)
  • (Vs. Axel Stone)
  • (Vs. Nei -DLC-)
  • (Vs. Metal Sonic -Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Valis -Special Edition Only-)
  • (Vs. Billy Hatcher -Special Edition Only-)

Trivia

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