Street Fighter V: RYU All Costumes, intro, Blows, Combos (update: April 2021)

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Ryu (リュウ(隆) Ryū?, “Prosperous”, “Plentiful”, “Abundant”) is the main protagonist of the Street Fighter series, first appearing in the original Street Fighter. He is an experienced martial artist, highly focused on his training, aiming to become the strongest he can.

Biography
Ryu’s most recognizable attire consists of a white karate gi with the sleeves torn off, medium length hair, a long red headband, a black martial arts belt and bare feet (a choice he makes of his own, believing it to be more comfortable). In many of his appearances, Ryu carries around a large, white duffel bag containing items important to his travels, such as clothing, plane tickets, passports, and local currency.

In the first Street Fighter, Ryu wore a white headband and red shoes. Over the course of time, he has grown taller and more muscular; his karate gi has grown more tattered, his gloves have changed from brown to red and his headband has changed from white to red. Most notably, his hair color has darkened over time; his original Street Fighter appearance gave him red hair, brown in Street Fighter Alpha, dark brown in Street Fighter II, and black in Street Fighter III, Street Fighter IV and Street Fighter V. In the Street Fighter III series, Ryu’s black hair has a blue tint. The red headband Ryu wears was originally worn by Ken. Ryu gave his white headband to Sakura before getting his red headband. From Street Fighter IV onwards, the red gloves worn by Ryu have started to bear stylized writing, which resembles the Fūrinkazan characters on his belt.

In some official Street Fighter II artwork, Ryu’s belt has four kanji emblazoned upon the right end: wind (風 Kaze?), forest (林 Hayashi?), fire (火 Hi?) and mountain (山 Yama?); these four kanji make up the Fūrinkazan. The same four kanji can be seen on a sign on the left-hand side of Ryu’s stage in Street Fighter II, and are also visible on his belt in Street Fighter IV. The four words are based on chapter seven of Sun Tzu’s Art of War, which dictates how one should conduct battle: “as fast as the wind, as quiet as the forest, as daring as fire, and immovable as the mountain.”

In Street Fighter II V, Ryu wears some casual outfits throughout the episodes; his primary appearance is a white short-sleeve shirt, blue denim jeans and red and white sneakers. He also has a black watch on his left wrist. Ryu is not wearing his red headband. When he wears his white karate gi, he only wears a brown prayer bead bracelet on his left wrist. He is also more tanned than in the games.

Story
As a very young child, Ryu was orphaned and left with no memories of his parents, and whether they were still alive. He was found and adopted by a man named Gouken who raised Ryu in his secluded dojo and trained Ryu in the ways of his martial arts. Ryu used to watch Gouken, Goutetsu and Akuma train with each other.[29] Sometime afterwards, Gouken would later train his best friend’s spoiled son, Ken Masters. Ken served not only as a sparring partner, but also gave Ryu a friend in the form of a boy his own age. Ryu looked up to Gouken as a father figure, and regards Ken as his best friend and surrogate brother, a relationship which remains to this day.

When Ryu turned 23 years old, Gouken believed that Ryu was ready to travel the world in order to test and hone his martial skills against the best fighters from around the world. After Ryu and Ken’s training was complete, Ken casually asks Ryu which of the two will be recognized as reputable martial artists first. While Ken goes to USA, Ryu enters the World Warrior tournament and travels to Thailand alone, in order to face Sagat the Emperor of Muay Thai which is said to be the strongest martial art.

Gameplay
Fighting style
Ryu’s fighting style is generally referred to as Shotokan, despite the relative lack of resemblance to the real-life martial art. His normal attacks however, seem to resemble the martial art somewhat, especially with some aspects of Hapkido via the in-depth names of his normals in most Japanese sources. His take on the unnamed Ansatsuken style added with his own take on Shotokan, focuses on powerful singular strikes that usually knock the foe down, and is centered around his trademark Hadoken.

Moveset
Ryu is available in every single Street Fighter game as the quintessential “basic” character of the series: an all-around fighter with an intuitive array of punches and kicks and basic special moves that are easy to pick up. Though this simplicity grants a lot of offensive mobility, it hampers his combo ability quite a bit, especially when compared to characters such as Ken, and renders him fairly predictable against more advanced players.

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Jaie996fxx
2 months ago

If you have a link with all the costumes for Karin, please send me.

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