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Submitted by Jon Wilcox on February 25 2009 - 11:08

Want to play as Ryu and Ken's sensei? Capcom reveals the conditions required to play Gouken and Akuma...

Whilst the beat-em-up fraternity continues to revel in Capcom's brilliant Street Fighter IV, which launched on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 last Friday, the publisher's community website has released a breakdown for how players can unlock Akuma and Gouken as playable characters.

Breaking down the conditions and describing them as a throw-back to the good ol' days beat-em-ups, Capcom Unity reveals the quite substantial requirements to play as Akuma and Ryu's long thought dead sensei, Gouken.

Here we go...

To unlock Akuma as a playable character:

1. Unlock Cammy, Fei Long, Dan, Sakura, Rose, and Gen.
2. Pick a character you have already used to beat Arcade Mode.
3. Win all your matches without continuing and without losing any rounds before fighting with Seth.
4. You need to get at least one "perfect" win in a round, and more than one depending on how many rounds per match you are playing.

- 1 round match: 1 perfect round or more

- 3 round match: 2 perfect rounds or more

- 5 round match: 3 perfect rounds or more

- 7 round match: 4 perfect rounds or more
(including the last battle against Seth)

5. If you meet these conditions, Akuma will appear.  Defeat him to unlock Akuma as a selectable character.

To unlock Gouken as a playable character:

1. Complete Arcade Mode playing as Akuma and watch (not necessary to watch everything) an ending.
2. Then, unlock Gouken as an opponent, and defeat him.

Necessary conditions to unlock Gouken as an opponent:

- Play with any characters with which you watched the ending once (so play using a character you have already beaten the game with)
- Do not continue at all.
- Do not lose at all.  Not even one round (easier if you only play 1-round matches)
- Achieve certain number (or more) of "Perfect" rounds.  The number of Perfect Win you need to achieve are:

  - 1 round match: 1 time or more

  - 3 round match: 2 times or more

  - 5 round match: 3 times or more

  - 7 round match: 4 times or more

- Achieve a certain number (or more) of Super Combo -OR- Ultra Combo Finishes.  Super and Ultra finishes both count toward this number. The number of super/ultra finishes you need to achieve are:

  - 1 round match: 3 times or more

  - 3 round match: 5 times or more

  - 5 round match: 7 times or more

  - 7 round match: 9 times or more

 
- Achieve certain number (or more) of First Attack (this means you must score the first strike in a match--the screen gives you the "First Attack" message, and you can mostly do this without even noticing):

  The number of First Attack you need to achieve are:

  - 1 round match: 5 times or more

  - 3 round match: 10 times or more

  - 5 round match: 15 times or more

  - 7 round match: 20 times or more
 
- Then Gouken will appear.  Kick his butt to unlock him!


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By: Anonymous

Added:Mon 28th Feb 2011 20:51, Post No: 69

they cant make no strret fighter movie with out ruining and taking out every cool scene. ken was half japanese and half caucasion and the legend of chunli that [#@!?] who directed the film said that bison and everyone aren't going to where there costumes and gen played by gen come on now, he'd been better playing ken masters. i remember chunli was from china and was chinese how do you get a white girl playing a chinese role. everyone was in shape in the games and the anime. The people from [#@!?] london or wtever the [#@!?] there from ruined mortal kombat 1 and the [#@!?] perv who wriot mk anniahlation just like batman begins was weak and dark knight was weak except the bat motorcycle scene was cool. If they make a sf movie please give fans wt they want. cause we are some fans of sf.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 30th Apr 2009 22:49, Post No: 68

do you not have any commands for the game?

FanyRoch~~:)


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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 29th Apr 2009 01:21, Post No: 67

WHEN WILL THERE EVER BE A STREET FIGHTER MOVIE  THAT IS TRUE TO THE STORY LINE AND CHARACTER MOVES??? Every movie released has left everyone puzzled with questions about the rest of the cast!

CAN SOMEONE STEP IN AND DO THIS CULT CLASSIC VIDEO GAME RIGHT?

Disappointment after disappointment... 

it's been done before guys... With the graphics in most action adventure fantasy movies these days can we please get it right!?! Lets turn fantasy into reality!!! 

 


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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 22nd Apr 2009 10:48, Post No: 66

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By: Anonymous

Added:Sun 19th Apr 2009 14:30, Post No: 65

How anoying, just tryped all of them in and noe work, they have all been sued but people havent said theyve taken them. *cry*


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By: Anonymous

Added:Sun 19th Apr 2009 14:27, Post No: 64

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By: Anonymous

Added:Fri 17th Apr 2009 19:21, Post No: 63

this game at bestsku dot com comes with a free chun li figure.


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By: Jaden Arbiter

Added:Sun 12th Apr 2009 17:12, Post No: 62

You know what a good rating for this game actually is? It's a 4.5. Why? That's because even if I was the number one fan of the original Street Fighter back when it was released 22 years ago in the classic arcade market I would still be as open minded as to say that I never want to see it in my face twenty-two years in the future no matter how much I had once liked it back in the day. What I am denoting is that nothing has changed at all since back then, nothing more than a few pretty looking images and character models in testament to what people would expect from the 21st century. But what ever happened to efficiency and competition? Tradition and bias won't ever get anyone anywhere.


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By: Jaden Arbiter

Added:Sun 12th Apr 2009 16:56, Post No: 61

Ok so basically all you are saying about Street Fighter IV is an unnecessary briefing of Capcom's 22-year history concerning the series, why seeing 24 original characters return is better than 22, claiming that the whole "focus attack" concept is a seemingly genius mechanic even though its mediocre at best, and the online functionality in IV has a unique play on person vs person fights. So what happened to summarizing sound, graphics, the rest of the gameplay, longevity, and storyline? Someone is being biased while throwing sickingly pretentious words as they review. Just read the review I submittied for it on Gamespot, I try to actually be objective.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Sun 12th Apr 2009 16:40, Post No: 60

Why did you even bring up Leisure Suit Larry? No one ever said anything about it, you must have some special affection for the game that you can't help but try to deny it every day of your life even if it means blaming other people for liking it when they don't. Unfortunately the pendulum of destiny has already rung, so no matter how much you despair over Leisure Suit Larry ringing in your head every day of your life you will become insane over it without stop and eat unleavened bread for 12 consecutive days and nights before spurting your last breath of air in this world. Good luck with your future, I'm glad I didn't get stuck in your situation.


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