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Akuma Move List
This is Move list is a list of all of the moves that Akuma can perform in Tekken 7.
|Goshoha||1+3 (or f+1+3)||Front||35||1 or 2|
|Syuretto||2+4 (or f+2+4)||Front||35||1 or 2|
|Syuretto||1+3 (or 2+4)||Left||35||1|
|Goshoha||1+3 (or 2+4)||Right||35||2|
|Goshoha||1+3 (or 2+4)||Back||50|
Special and Ex attacks
|Move Name||Command||Damage||Hit Range|
|Hyakkishu||f,d,d/f+3 (or 4)||–||–|
|Hyakkigozan||During Hyakkishu N||23||l|
|Hyakkigosho||During Hyakkishu 1||15||h|
|Hyakkigohasatsu||During Hyakkishu 2||20||m|
|Hyakkigosen||During Hyakkishu 3||17||m|
|Hyakkigojin||During Hyakkishu 4||15||m|
|Hyakkigosai||During Hyakkishu 1+3 (or 2+4)||30||h|
|Zanku Hadoken||During jump d,d /f,f+1(or 2)||10||m|
|AirBorne Tatsumaki Zankukyaku||During jump qcb+3 (or 4)||10||m|
|Ashura Senku||f,d,d/f+3+4 (or b,d,d/b+3+4)||–||–|
|EX Shakunetsu Hadoken||f, d/f, d, d/b, b+1+2||26||mmm|
|Hyakkishu to EX Zanku Hadoken||During Hyakkishu, d,d /f,f+1+2||20||mm|
|EX Tatsumaki Zankukyaku||qcb+3+4||37||mmmm|
|EX Zanku Hadoken||During jump qcf+1+2||20||mm|
|EX AirBorne Tatsumaki Zankukyaku||During jump qcb+3+4||20||m|
|Hisenkyaku to EX Zanku Hadoken||During Hisenkyaku qcf+1+2||40||mmm|
|Hisenkyaku to EX AirBorne Tatsumaki Zankukyaku||During Hisenkyaku qcb+3+4||47||mmmm|
|Move Name||Command||Damage||Hit Range|
|Wrath of the Raging Demon||During Rage 1,1, f+3,2||55||!|
|Focus Attack||1+2 Maintain||25||!|
|Kurubushi Kick||d, FC+3||7||l|
|Shakunetsu Messho||f, f+2, during attack 1||14, 20||mm|
|Shunjingozan||Run more than three steps 4||23||l|
|Hijiotoshi||During vertical jump 1||10||m|
|Gokusengeki||During vertical jump 2||15||m|
|Maegeri||During vertical jump 3||10||m|
|Onikubigiri||During vertical jump 4||15||m|
|Gokuten||During forward jump 1||10||m|
|Gokugeki||During forward jump 2||15||m|
|Rakusaishu||During forward jump 3||10||m|
|Tobisokuto||During forward jump 4||15||m|
|Tenmakujinkyaku||At the highest of a forward jump d+3||14||m|
Best combo for Akuma in Tekken 7 are:
Combo 1: 8 hits 61 damages
- d/f 2 1 , f 4 , dash , 1+2 * f f , 3 , 1 , f F 2 1
Combo 2: 10 hits 60 damages
- u 2+4 , f N d d/f 2
Combo 3: 42 hits 176 damages
- 1+2 * , f f , 2 u/f f d/f 2 , EX1 1+2 f f , 2 b d/b d d/f f 1 , EX1 1+2 f f , b 1 , f d d/f f 4 , 3 , f d d/f f 4 , * 3 , 1+2 f f , 1 dash , f F 2 1 , W! , U/F * 4 , d/f 1 , d 1 2 , 1 1 , 2+3
In Street Fighter, Akuma is often a glass cannon with strong pressure, powerful mix-ups, and high damage but rather low health to compensate for it.
In Tekken, much of his identity remained similar. Despite weaker long/mid-range options compared to Street Fighter, he remains a scary character to be up against when up close.
Akuma’s arsenal features fast lows, evasive jump-ins, powerful mix-ups, armored launchers, EX moves, and quick combo starters.
How to beat Akuma ?
Learn Akuma’s moves. If you have some spare time try to learn how to play Akuma. That way you will learn what are Akuma’s goals in match, how Akuma moves works and if thats not enough you will also see how other peoples are handling Akuma.
- Origin: Japan
- Age: Unknown
- Fighting style: Ansatsuken infused with Satsui no Hado
- First Appearance: Super Street Fighter II Turbo, February 1994
- First Tekken Appearance: Tekken 7 Fated Retribution, March 2015
- Availability: Base game
Akuma and his brother Gouken were the disciples of Goutetsu who taught them his own hybrid martial art that combined existing styles with the dangerous power of Satsui no Hado (殺意の波動 Satsui no Hadō, “Surge of Murderous Intent” or “Surge of Killing Intent”). After some time, the two brothers went separate ways. Gouken was unable to accept the murderous nature of Goutetsu’s martial art and went on to create his own version of it, with a focus on spirituality and self-defense. Unlike him, Akuma was eager to embrace Satsui no Hado and give up a piece of his humanity to grow stronger. His master, Goutetsu, knew the dangers of Satsui no Hado and used it with wisdom and moderation, but Akuma couldn’t be satisfied with that.
In pursuit of reaching his full potential, Akuma left to train by himself and embrace Satsui no Hado to the full extent, which led to him developing an intense desire to fight to the death. After finishing his training, Akuma went back to visit his master and engaged him in a fight to the death. Goutetsu died happy, knowing his student surpassed him, and Akuma now believed himself to be the true master of the art. Gouken, who was visiting his master, saw what had happened and was disgusted with his brother, but Akuma left without saying a word.
Since then, Akuma has lived a life of a warrior obsessed with power. He sought out strong opponents who would be able to put up a fight or even kill him. Despite his own violent drive, Akuma is known to spare opponents who he deems have the potential to become powerful adversaries in the future.
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