List of SSB4 trophies (Street Fighter series)

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This article is about Street Fighter trophies in Super Smash Bros. 4. For links to all trophies, see List of trophies.

The following is a list of the trophies from the Street Fighter series that appear in Super Smash Bros. 4. Note that while trophy descriptions are otherwise identical in both versions of the game, only the Wii U version lists the game history.

Both Versions[edit]

Name Picture Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS Picture Super Smash Bros. for Wii U Description Trophy Box
Ryu
Fighter
RyuTrophy3DS.png RyuTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Ryu visits from the Street Fighter series! Ryu’s fighting style is based on karate, but he’s mixed in some other martial arts to make his own unique style. In Smash, he will perform either weak or strong attacks depending on if you press or hold down the buttons. His special attacks also have three power levels!

PAL Ryu makes his Super Smash Bros. debut! His fighting style is based on a form of karate, but he's mixed in some other martial arts to make his own unique style. Here his attacks can be weak or strong depending on whether you press or hold the buttons. Each of his specials have 3 levels of power using the same method.

Street Fighter (1987)
Ryu (Alt.)
Fighter
RyuAltTrophy3DS.png RyuAltTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Ryu’s Focus Attack move lets him withstand a blow and then counterattack.The longer you hold it, the longer your enemies will be stunned if you hit them. If it hits a standing enemy, the enemy will become defenseless. When that happens, cancel your Focus Attack and unleash a sick combo!

PAL Ryu's down special, Focus Attack, allows him to withstand a single attack and then unleash a counter. The longer you hold the button, the longer a standing enemy will be stunned if you hit them. An enemy in the air will fall slowly, defenceless. When that happens, cancel the Focus Attack and go for the knock-out!

Street Fighter (1987)
Ken
Series Related
KenTrophy3DS.png KenTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Ken has been Ryu’s number-one rival and best friend since they trained together as children under the same master. In fact, the headband Ryu wears was a gift from Ken! Along with being a very talented martial artist, Ken is also heir to his rich father’s Masters Foundation. But sorry, would-be suitors, Ken’s married and has a son!

PAL Ken has been Ryu's number one rival and best friend since they trained together as children under the same master. The head band Ryu wears was a gift from Ken. Heir to his rich father's Masters Foundation, Ken is a highly skilled martial artist, but eventually goes home and becomes a family man with his wife Eliza and their son, Mel.

Street Fighter (1987)

Wii U Version[edit]

Name Picture Description Trophy Box
Shin Shoryuken / Shinku Hadoken
Final Smash
ShinShoryukenTrophyWiiU.png NTSC Use this attack when Ryu is far away from an enemy to unleash a Shinku Hadoken that penetrates through the stage. But if you use it when Ryu is close to an enemy, he’ll unleash a Shin Shoryuken uppercut attack. When it hits, Ryu will follow up with his other fist and launch the opponent up, up, and away!

PAL Ryu's Final Smash takes on two different forms depending on how close Ryu is to the enemy. If he's farther away, he'll use Shinku Hadoken, a move that pulls in any enemies nearby. If closer, he'll instead use Shin Shoryuken. He'll hit the enemy once with a powerful uppercut, then follow it up with the other fist to finish the job!

Trivia[edit]

  • The PAL description for the Ken trophy contains a reference to Guile's victory quote in Street Fighter II: "Go home and be a family man."