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Final Blaster

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Final Blaster
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Kazuya using Final Blaster in Ultimate.
User Kazuya
Universe Tekken

Final Blaster (ファイナルブラスター, Final Blaster) is Kazuya's Final Smash in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.

Overview[edit]

Kazuya, in Devil Kazuya form, fires a beam in front of himself. Should this initial beam make contact with an opponent, Kazuya will say ここが貴様の墓場だ! ("This will be your burial ground!"), and fire several beams in a wide pattern in front of himself, which eventually converge into a final wide blast and launch any opponents hit. If it the initial beam misses, the move will fail.

Instructional quote[edit]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Move List KazuyaHeadSSBU.png Unleash a long-ranged beam from the forehead. If the beam hits an opponent, more beams from the wings and chest will be unleashed, covering a wide range and damaging any foes they hit.

Origin[edit]

Devil Kazuya using his Final Blaster Rage Art against Shin Akuma in Tekken 7.

Final Blaster first appeared in Tekken 7 as Kazuya's Rage Art during the final battle in story mode with his father Heihachi Mishima. The form he takes on is also based on the new Devil form he uses after being irritated over Heihachi's tenacity and ability to weather his attacks. The background change is based on the volcano stage Brimstone & Fire, a backdrop Heihachi personally chose for their fight.

Kazuya later uses a variant of the same move against guest character Shin Akuma from the Street Fighter series, who serves as a bonus boss fight after the main story mode.

Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name
Japan Japanese ファイナルブラスター, Final Blaster
UK English Final Blaster
France French Final Blaster
Germany German Final Blaster
Spain Spanish Final Blaster
Italy Italian Final Blaster
China Chinese Final Blaster
South Korea Korean Final Blaster
Netherlands Dutch Ultieme Duivelsstraal
Russia Russian Луч погибели

Trivia[edit]

  • The model for Devil Kazuya used in the Final Smash is different from the model used in all other situations. This model is based on Devil Kazuya's appearance in the story mode of Tekken 7, which is more detailed and scaly than normal.
  • Final Blaster is the fifth Final Smash to pause the music during the move, the others being Konga Beat, Waddle Dee Army, Peach Blossom, and Daisy Blossom. Unlike those however, the music is not replaced by another jingle and is simply muted. However, it is hard to tell due to the sound effects and Kazuya yelling.
    • If voices and sound effects are set to 0 in the Settings, the music will not pause.
  • Despite his reveal trailer featuring subtitles during Final Blaster, subtitles do not appear ingame while using the move.
  • Burning Sword, Sacred Arrow, and Final Blaster are the only Final Smashes that start off with a cinematic but end in-game. The opposite holds true for Infernal Climax.
    • Along with Petey Piranha, these are also the only Final Smashes from DLC characters in Ultimate to contain non-cinematic elements.