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22nd Feb '17 9:42:40 AM YourEternalTroper
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* In VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever games, Ryu, Ken, Dan, Akuma, Sakura, Morrigan, and Batsu all put in appearances, as do [[ComicBook/XMen Cyclops]], ComicBook/SpiderMan, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Ippatsuman, and the aforementioned Terry and Ryo.

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* In VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever games, Ryu, Ken, Dan, Akuma, Sakura, Morrigan, and Batsu all put in appearances, as do [[ComicBook/XMen Cyclops]], ComicBook/Cyclops, ComicBook/SpiderMan, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Ippatsuman, and the aforementioned Terry and Ryo.
2nd Jan '17 7:56:43 PM f1nalR0und
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* Being it's SpiritualSuccessor, naturally {{VideoGame/Blazblue}} would follow suit with its male protagonists, Ragna the Bloodedge and Jin Kisaragi. Although Jin kinda subverts it by not having a rising uppercut move, though the moves he ''does'' have with the traditional input (Forward, Down, Down-Forward) functions the same anyway. Interestingly, they aren't the only pair like this as [[LittleBitBeastly Makoto Nanaya]] and [[LadyOfWar Tsubaki Yayoi]] have similar moves and functions. Both of their "Shoryukens" work in the traditional way, but their "Hadoukens" are different (Makoto needs to set hers and then launch it and Tsubaki's has a completely different input than the norm).

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* Being it's SpiritualSuccessor, naturally {{VideoGame/Blazblue}} {{VideoGame/BlazBlue}} would follow suit with its male protagonists, Ragna the Bloodedge and Jin Kisaragi. Although Jin kinda subverts it by not having a rising uppercut move, though the moves he ''does'' have with the traditional input (Forward, Down, Down-Forward) functions the same anyway. Interestingly, they aren't the only pair like this as [[LittleBitBeastly Makoto Nanaya]] and [[LadyOfWar Tsubaki Yayoi]] have similar moves and functions. Both of their "Shoryukens" work in the traditional way, but their "Hadoukens" are different (Makoto needs to set hers and then launch it and Tsubaki's has a completely different input than the norm).
1st Jan '17 11:52:42 PM f1nalR0und
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** Being it's SpiritualSuccessor, naturally {{VideoGame/Blazblue}} would follow suit with its male protagonists, Ragna the Bloodedge and Jin Kisaragi. Although Jin kinda subverts it by not having a rising uppercut move, though the moves he ''does'' have with the traditional input (Forward, Down, Down-Forward) functions the same anyway. Interestingly, they aren't the only pair like this as [[LittleBitBeastly Makoto Nanaya]] and [[LadyOfWar Tsubaki Yayoi]] have similar moves and functions. Both of their "Shoryukens" work in the traditional way, but their "Hadoukens" are different (Makoto needs to set hers and then launch it and Tsubaki's has a completely different input than the norm).
*** [[CuteClumsyGirl Celica A Mercury]] debuting in the third entry of the series [[VideoGame/BlazblueChronoPhantasma Chrono Phantasma]] is a straight example as she was intentionally designed for newcomers. Her Arc Grillé and Hache Rotir function as her Hadouken and Shoryuken respectively and she even has a hurricane kick style rush move in the form of Lance Quiche. Her Shoryuken is different from the standard input though (236 + C like the hadouken motion rather than the traditional 623)

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** * Being it's SpiritualSuccessor, naturally {{VideoGame/Blazblue}} would follow suit with its male protagonists, Ragna the Bloodedge and Jin Kisaragi. Although Jin kinda subverts it by not having a rising uppercut move, though the moves he ''does'' have with the traditional input (Forward, Down, Down-Forward) functions the same anyway. Interestingly, they aren't the only pair like this as [[LittleBitBeastly Makoto Nanaya]] and [[LadyOfWar Tsubaki Yayoi]] have similar moves and functions. Both of their "Shoryukens" work in the traditional way, but their "Hadoukens" are different (Makoto needs to set hers and then launch it and Tsubaki's has a completely different input than the norm).
*** ** [[CuteClumsyGirl Celica A Mercury]] debuting in the third entry of the series [[VideoGame/BlazblueChronoPhantasma Chrono Phantasma]] is a straight example as she was intentionally designed for newcomers. Her Arc Grillé and Hache Rotir function as her Hadouken and Shoryuken respectively and she even has a hurricane kick style rush move in the form of Lance Quiche. Her Shoryuken is different from the standard input though (236 + C like the hadouken motion rather than the traditional 623)
1st Jan '17 11:42:09 PM f1nalR0und
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*** [[CuteClumsyGirl Celica A Mercury]] debuting in the third entry of the series [[VideoGame/BlazblueChronoPhantasma Chrono Phantasma]] is a straight example as she was intentionally designed for newcomers. Her Arc Grillé and Hache Rotir function as her Hadouken and Shoryuken respectively and she even has a hurricane kick style rush move in the form of Lance Quiche. Her Shoryuken is different from the standard input though (236 + C like the hadouken motion rather than the traditional 623)
28th Dec '16 9:08:55 PM Gamermaster
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* Vivio Takamachi in ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid''. She has a Divine Buster as her KamehameHadouken, Accel Smash as her {{Shoryuken}}, and Revolver Spike as a RoundHouseKick. She's a FragileSpeedster rather than a JackOfAllStats, but becomes a LightningBruiser when she's in her [[SuperMode Sei'ou Form]].

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* Vivio Takamachi in ''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaViVid''.''Manga/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaVivid''. She has a Divine Buster as her KamehameHadouken, Accel Smash as her {{Shoryuken}}, and Revolver Spike as a RoundHouseKick. She's a FragileSpeedster rather than a JackOfAllStats, but becomes a LightningBruiser when she's in her [[SuperMode Sei'ou Form]]. She would later become a BoxingBattler in ''Anime/VividStrike''.
31st Oct '16 8:47:10 PM Blazer
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* In the ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom'' franchise:
** In ''VideoGame/XMenChildrenOfTheAtom'', Cyclops fits this trope with his Optic Blast as his KamehameHadoken and the Gene Splice as his {{Shoryuken}}. He doesn't have a HurricaneKick, but his LimitBreak mimics Ryu's later Shinnku Hadouken.
** In ''VideoGame/MarvelSuperHeroes'', both ComicBook/CaptainAmerica and ComicBook/SpiderMan are this, but they replace the HurricaneKick with their own rushing attacks - Charging Star for Cap and Web Swing for Spidey. These two follow this trope a lot more as Cap is a JackOfAllStats while Spidey is the FragileSpeedster.
12th Oct '16 7:04:42 PM SAMAS
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** The BonusBoss after your character's ending is someone who appears to be a very old Ryu.
12th Oct '16 3:50:03 PM TheGameMaster
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** Lastly, Franchise/MegaMan has direct analogues to the Hadoken (Charge Shot), Shoryuken (Mega Upper), and Tatsumaki (Top Spin), but the rest of his moveset is projectile-based.

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** Lastly, Franchise/MegaMan has direct analogues to the Hadoken (Charge Shot), Shoryuken (Mega Upper), and Tatsumaki (Top Spin), but the rest of his moveset is projectile-based.projectile-based.
** DLC Fighter [[Franchise/FireEmblem Corrin]] functions as one, with a flying kick follow up on his Side B being a hurricane kick analogue, a basic projectile on neutral B and, of course, a rising anti-air mirroring the Shoryuken.
12th Oct '16 2:58:56 PM TheGameMaster
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** K' and Kula are readily apparent versions of this yet also distinct. They even have the classic inputs for their corresponding versions of the fireball, jumping uppercut and flying/spinning kick. The thing that makes them unique compared to other Shotoclones is the fact that they have follow-ups for each of their moves. Bonus points for K' being the protagonist of his story-arc and Kula his rival, and extra bonus points for them to share moves and be shotoclones but ultimately not be considered clones of each other.
24th Sep '16 12:33:53 PM nombretomado
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* In CapcomVsWhatever games, Ryu, Ken, Dan, Akuma, Sakura, Morrigan, and Batsu all put in appearances, as do [[ComicBook/XMen Cyclops]], ComicBook/SpiderMan, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Ippatsuman, and the aforementioned Terry and Ryo.

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* In CapcomVsWhatever VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever games, Ryu, Ken, Dan, Akuma, Sakura, Morrigan, and Batsu all put in appearances, as do [[ComicBook/XMen Cyclops]], ComicBook/SpiderMan, ComicBook/CaptainAmerica, Ippatsuman, and the aforementioned Terry and Ryo.
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