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Akuma and Shin Akuma are featured in Street Fighter EX as hidden boss characters, where he is one of the few characters able to move out of the 2D playing field, during his teleport. Akuma also appears in the arcade and home video game console adaption of Street Fighter: The Movie despite not appearing in the movie.

Both secret boss and playable versions of a new form of Akuma, known as Oni ( 狂オシキ鬼 , Kuruoshiki Oni, lit. The Mad Demon ) , were confirmed in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition by leaked videos. [2] Unlike Shin Akuma, Oni is the being that would consume Akuma after mastering the Satsui no Hadou. [ citation needed ] Akuma returns in Street Fighter V as a downloadable character. [ citation needed ]

Competitive Street Fighter V players have highlighted Akuma's poor health by being able to obliterate him with only two combos . [7]

In the SNK vs. Capcom series, Akuma appears in Capcom vs. SNK and SVC Chaos as both regular Akuma and as a version of "Shin Akuma". In Capcom vs. SNK 2 , a different form of Shin Akuma appears. This form of Akuma achieves a new level of power when a dying Rugal Bernstein pours his Orochi power into him. His name is spelled in Japanese as 神・豪鬼 , with the "Shin" character meaning "God" instead of the usual "True".

Akuma also appears in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo as the final boss, Pocket Fighter , and in the Japanese console version of Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness as a mecha named "Zero Gouki." Also, various version of Akuma have appeared in the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash series. He is featured in a DLC episode of the action video game Asura's Wrath , alongside Ryu as an opponent. [8]

Akuma appears as a special guest character in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution . In the game's story, he seeks to repay a debt to Kazumi Mishima for saving his life from an unknown critical situation, who asks him to kill her husband Heihachi and his son Kazuya for her if she dies. When Heihachi is finally dead for good at the hands of Kazuya, he is Akuma's only target left. Similar to his appearances in the Street Fighter series, Akuma replaces Kazumi as a secret arcade mode final boss if certain conditions are met. [9]

Akuma and Shin Akuma are featured in Street Fighter EX as hidden boss characters, where he is one of the few characters able to move out of the 2D playing field, during his teleport. Akuma also appears in the arcade and home video game console adaption of Street Fighter: The Movie despite not appearing in the movie.

Both secret boss and playable versions of a new form of Akuma, known as Oni ( 狂オシキ鬼 , Kuruoshiki Oni, lit. The Mad Demon ) , were confirmed in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition by leaked videos. [2] Unlike Shin Akuma, Oni is the being that would consume Akuma after mastering the Satsui no Hadou. [ citation needed ] Akuma returns in Street Fighter V as a downloadable character. [ citation needed ]

Competitive Street Fighter V players have highlighted Akuma's poor health by being able to obliterate him with only two combos . [7]

In the SNK vs. Capcom series, Akuma appears in Capcom vs. SNK and SVC Chaos as both regular Akuma and as a version of "Shin Akuma". In Capcom vs. SNK 2 , a different form of Shin Akuma appears. This form of Akuma achieves a new level of power when a dying Rugal Bernstein pours his Orochi power into him. His name is spelled in Japanese as 神・豪鬼 , with the "Shin" character meaning "God" instead of the usual "True".

Akuma also appears in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo as the final boss, Pocket Fighter , and in the Japanese console version of Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness as a mecha named "Zero Gouki." Also, various version of Akuma have appeared in the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash series. He is featured in a DLC episode of the action video game Asura's Wrath , alongside Ryu as an opponent. [8]

Akuma appears as a special guest character in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution . In the game's story, he seeks to repay a debt to Kazumi Mishima for saving his life from an unknown critical situation, who asks him to kill her husband Heihachi and his son Kazuya for her if she dies. When Heihachi is finally dead for good at the hands of Kazuya, he is Akuma's only target left. Similar to his appearances in the Street Fighter series, Akuma replaces Kazumi as a secret arcade mode final boss if certain conditions are met. [9]

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Juri Han ( ハン・ジュリ , Han Juri ? , Hangul : 한주리, Hanja : 韓蛛俐) is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing in Super Street Fighter IV . She is a brutal South Korean Taekwondo martial artist who derives pleasure from inflicting pain on others.

Juri wears a purple dudou (a form of Chinese bra top) on her chest supported with eight straps that meet on her back, forming a spider pattern. She wears long, baggy, off-white colored sweat pants and purple tights, and long, fingerless gloves. Her fingernails and toenails are painted bright pink. She has dark hair styled into two horn-like bangs at the top of her head, which appear to be fastened with pink ribbons. She wears Taekwondo foot wraps on her feet.

Her left eye was damaged long ago (explained below) and replaced with the Feng Shui Engine which amplifies her abilities.

In Street Fighter V , she is wearing a purple and pink collared catsuit with a black high-neck sleeveless top underneath, black fingerless gloves with pink designs, the pants from her catsuit have black inlines with dark purple and pink. She also has a black eyepatch with a magenta pattern on her left eye.

Her first alternate costume is a blue-green winter jacket, pink and white pants, black knee-high boots, and matching gloves. She doesn't wear her eye patch in this costume, as her story mode appearance in this outfit occurs before Bison ripped out the Feng Shui Engine. Her second costume is somewhat similar to her primary outfit in Super Street Fighter IV , her dudou is white, her trousers are black with pink and white outlines and wears matching black taekwondo ankle wraps on her feet, her hair is down and her bangs are dyed pink.

Juri Han (한주리) is a video game character in the Street Fighter series. She made her first appearance in 2010's Super Street Fighter IV . In the series, she is a South Korean taekwondo fighter employed by S.I.N. and an underling to the main antagonist of Street Fighter IV , Seth .

Juri originated as a suggestion to introduce a female Korean character in the Street Fighter series and the development team went through 400–500 ideas before they decided on Juri. She is the first practitioner of taekwondo and the first Korean character in the series. Juri has been described as "sultry", "provocative" and "sex-crazed", and she is unique within the series due to her practice of taekwondo.

During the development of the game, several developers became fans of hers', with writer Kawasaki describing their fandom as being "I'm gonna use this character! She's so cool!" rather than them liking her just because they made the game. [1] In response to fan complaints that Juri seemed too similar to previous character Chun-Li , Capcom responded by stating the two were nothing alike, and added that it would be like comparing two other male characters to one another simply because they utilized punches. [6]

Juri appears as a playable character in the crossover fighting game Street Fighter X Tekken with her official tag partner, M. Bison . Juri also appears in the crossover tactical role-playing game Project X Zone , its sequel Project X Zone 2 and in the mobile puzzle game Street Fighter: Puzzle Spirits . [12]

Juri appears as a playable character in Street Fighter V ; she was released via downloadable content in July 2016. [13] She appears as part of the game's story mode, "A Shadow Falls", working with Helen's team to stop the Black Moons and foil Shadaloo's plans.

A resin statue of Juri was created by SOTA Toys and made available for the release of Super Street Fighter IV . [22]

Akuma and Shin Akuma are featured in Street Fighter EX as hidden boss characters, where he is one of the few characters able to move out of the 2D playing field, during his teleport. Akuma also appears in the arcade and home video game console adaption of Street Fighter: The Movie despite not appearing in the movie.

Both secret boss and playable versions of a new form of Akuma, known as Oni ( 狂オシキ鬼 , Kuruoshiki Oni, lit. The Mad Demon ) , were confirmed in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition by leaked videos. [2] Unlike Shin Akuma, Oni is the being that would consume Akuma after mastering the Satsui no Hadou. [ citation needed ] Akuma returns in Street Fighter V as a downloadable character. [ citation needed ]

Competitive Street Fighter V players have highlighted Akuma's poor health by being able to obliterate him with only two combos . [7]

In the SNK vs. Capcom series, Akuma appears in Capcom vs. SNK and SVC Chaos as both regular Akuma and as a version of "Shin Akuma". In Capcom vs. SNK 2 , a different form of Shin Akuma appears. This form of Akuma achieves a new level of power when a dying Rugal Bernstein pours his Orochi power into him. His name is spelled in Japanese as 神・豪鬼 , with the "Shin" character meaning "God" instead of the usual "True".

Akuma also appears in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo as the final boss, Pocket Fighter , and in the Japanese console version of Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness as a mecha named "Zero Gouki." Also, various version of Akuma have appeared in the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash series. He is featured in a DLC episode of the action video game Asura's Wrath , alongside Ryu as an opponent. [8]

Akuma appears as a special guest character in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution . In the game's story, he seeks to repay a debt to Kazumi Mishima for saving his life from an unknown critical situation, who asks him to kill her husband Heihachi and his son Kazuya for her if she dies. When Heihachi is finally dead for good at the hands of Kazuya, he is Akuma's only target left. Similar to his appearances in the Street Fighter series, Akuma replaces Kazumi as a secret arcade mode final boss if certain conditions are met. [9]

Senpusha , Kasatushi , Jyafuten , Fusatsusen , Shotenha , Rochumou , Fuharenkyaku , Tensenrin , Ryodansatsu , Kasatsushu , Kaisenrenkyaku , Fuharenjin , Feng Shui Engine , Feng Shui Engine type alpha , Kaisen Dankairaku , Sakkai Fuhazan

Juri Han ( ハン・ジュリ , Han Juri ? , Hangul : 한주리, Hanja : 韓蛛俐) is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing in Super Street Fighter IV . She is a brutal South Korean Taekwondo martial artist who derives pleasure from inflicting pain on others.

Juri wears a purple dudou (a form of Chinese bra top) on her chest supported with eight straps that meet on her back, forming a spider pattern. She wears long, baggy, off-white colored sweat pants and purple tights, and long, fingerless gloves. Her fingernails and toenails are painted bright pink. She has dark hair styled into two horn-like bangs at the top of her head, which appear to be fastened with pink ribbons. She wears Taekwondo foot wraps on her feet.

Her left eye was damaged long ago (explained below) and replaced with the Feng Shui Engine which amplifies her abilities.

In Street Fighter V , she is wearing a purple and pink collared catsuit with a black high-neck sleeveless top underneath, black fingerless gloves with pink designs, the pants from her catsuit have black inlines with dark purple and pink. She also has a black eyepatch with a magenta pattern on her left eye.

Her first alternate costume is a blue-green winter jacket, pink and white pants, black knee-high boots, and matching gloves. She doesn't wear her eye patch in this costume, as her story mode appearance in this outfit occurs before Bison ripped out the Feng Shui Engine. Her second costume is somewhat similar to her primary outfit in Super Street Fighter IV , her dudou is white, her trousers are black with pink and white outlines and wears matching black taekwondo ankle wraps on her feet, her hair is down and her bangs are dyed pink.

Juri Han (한주리) is a video game character in the Street Fighter series. She made her first appearance in 2010's Super Street Fighter IV . In the series, she is a South Korean taekwondo fighter employed by S.I.N. and an underling to the main antagonist of Street Fighter IV , Seth .

Juri originated as a suggestion to introduce a female Korean character in the Street Fighter series and the development team went through 400–500 ideas before they decided on Juri. She is the first practitioner of taekwondo and the first Korean character in the series. Juri has been described as "sultry", "provocative" and "sex-crazed", and she is unique within the series due to her practice of taekwondo.

During the development of the game, several developers became fans of hers', with writer Kawasaki describing their fandom as being "I'm gonna use this character! She's so cool!" rather than them liking her just because they made the game. [1] In response to fan complaints that Juri seemed too similar to previous character Chun-Li , Capcom responded by stating the two were nothing alike, and added that it would be like comparing two other male characters to one another simply because they utilized punches. [6]

Juri appears as a playable character in the crossover fighting game Street Fighter X Tekken with her official tag partner, M. Bison . Juri also appears in the crossover tactical role-playing game Project X Zone , its sequel Project X Zone 2 and in the mobile puzzle game Street Fighter: Puzzle Spirits . [12]

Juri appears as a playable character in Street Fighter V ; she was released via downloadable content in July 2016. [13] She appears as part of the game's story mode, "A Shadow Falls", working with Helen's team to stop the Black Moons and foil Shadaloo's plans.

A resin statue of Juri was created by SOTA Toys and made available for the release of Super Street Fighter IV . [22]

Juri Han (韓蛛俐, 한주리, Han Juri ) is one of the main characters in the Street Fighter series. She made her debut in Super Street Fighter IV .

Juri was a prominent, honorable, and respected practitioner of Taekwondo when she was 15. Her father was a lawyer in charge of prosecuting organized crime operations. In this capacity, Shadaloo was his next target, causing her family to be kidnapped by that very organization. During the ordeal, Juri's parents were killed and her left eye was badly damaged and she was left for dead. Because of this incident, she became a very angry person. S.I.N. eventually fixed her eye, powering it with the Feng Shui Engine.

Akuma and Shin Akuma are featured in Street Fighter EX as hidden boss characters, where he is one of the few characters able to move out of the 2D playing field, during his teleport. Akuma also appears in the arcade and home video game console adaption of Street Fighter: The Movie despite not appearing in the movie.

Both secret boss and playable versions of a new form of Akuma, known as Oni ( 狂オシキ鬼 , Kuruoshiki Oni, lit. The Mad Demon ) , were confirmed in Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition by leaked videos. [2] Unlike Shin Akuma, Oni is the being that would consume Akuma after mastering the Satsui no Hadou. [ citation needed ] Akuma returns in Street Fighter V as a downloadable character. [ citation needed ]

Competitive Street Fighter V players have highlighted Akuma's poor health by being able to obliterate him with only two combos . [7]

In the SNK vs. Capcom series, Akuma appears in Capcom vs. SNK and SVC Chaos as both regular Akuma and as a version of "Shin Akuma". In Capcom vs. SNK 2 , a different form of Shin Akuma appears. This form of Akuma achieves a new level of power when a dying Rugal Bernstein pours his Orochi power into him. His name is spelled in Japanese as 神・豪鬼 , with the "Shin" character meaning "God" instead of the usual "True".

Akuma also appears in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo as the final boss, Pocket Fighter , and in the Japanese console version of Cyberbots: Full Metal Madness as a mecha named "Zero Gouki." Also, various version of Akuma have appeared in the SNK vs. Capcom: Card Fighters Clash series. He is featured in a DLC episode of the action video game Asura's Wrath , alongside Ryu as an opponent. [8]

Akuma appears as a special guest character in Tekken 7: Fated Retribution . In the game's story, he seeks to repay a debt to Kazumi Mishima for saving his life from an unknown critical situation, who asks him to kill her husband Heihachi and his son Kazuya for her if she dies. When Heihachi is finally dead for good at the hands of Kazuya, he is Akuma's only target left. Similar to his appearances in the Street Fighter series, Akuma replaces Kazumi as a secret arcade mode final boss if certain conditions are met. [9]

Senpusha , Kasatushi , Jyafuten , Fusatsusen , Shotenha , Rochumou , Fuharenkyaku , Tensenrin , Ryodansatsu , Kasatsushu , Kaisenrenkyaku , Fuharenjin , Feng Shui Engine , Feng Shui Engine type alpha , Kaisen Dankairaku , Sakkai Fuhazan

Juri Han ( ハン・ジュリ , Han Juri ? , Hangul : 한주리, Hanja : 韓蛛俐) is a video game character from the Street Fighter series, first appearing in Super Street Fighter IV . She is a brutal South Korean Taekwondo martial artist who derives pleasure from inflicting pain on others.

Juri wears a purple dudou (a form of Chinese bra top) on her chest supported with eight straps that meet on her back, forming a spider pattern. She wears long, baggy, off-white colored sweat pants and purple tights, and long, fingerless gloves. Her fingernails and toenails are painted bright pink. She has dark hair styled into two horn-like bangs at the top of her head, which appear to be fastened with pink ribbons. She wears Taekwondo foot wraps on her feet.

Her left eye was damaged long ago (explained below) and replaced with the Feng Shui Engine which amplifies her abilities.

In Street Fighter V , she is wearing a purple and pink collared catsuit with a black high-neck sleeveless top underneath, black fingerless gloves with pink designs, the pants from her catsuit have black inlines with dark purple and pink. She also has a black eyepatch with a magenta pattern on her left eye.

Her first alternate costume is a blue-green winter jacket, pink and white pants, black knee-high boots, and matching gloves. She doesn't wear her eye patch in this costume, as her story mode appearance in this outfit occurs before Bison ripped out the Feng Shui Engine. Her second costume is somewhat similar to her primary outfit in Super Street Fighter IV , her dudou is white, her trousers are black with pink and white outlines and wears matching black taekwondo ankle wraps on her feet, her hair is down and her bangs are dyed pink.




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