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R. Mika and Nadeshiko using Peach Assault against Cammy.

"Your guard's down! Nadeshiko!
Go for it, Mika!
Deadly! Peach!
—Mika and Nadeshiko

Peach Assault (バッドリーピーチ Baddorī Pīchi?, "Badly Peach") is R. Mika's Critical Art in Street Fighter V.

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Peach assault

The Beta version of Peach Assault against Ken.

Executed by performing two quarter-circle backward motions and pressing punch, R. Mika grabs the opponent and performs a Suplex throw. Yamato Nadeshiko appears and catches the opponent in a headlock before throwing them airborne. As the opponent falls down head-first, R. Mika and Yamato run towards each other, jump and launches themselves buttocks-first, sandwiching the opponent between, before pulling the opponent downward similar to a brainbuster.


  • As seen in the final versions, R. Mika executing her Critical Art by slapping her buttocks on front was edited, being replaced by a quick slap at the left side of her buttocks while herself was shown in camera. Mika and Nadeshiko also no longer pull the opponent's legs into a split upon landing. This decision came from the team internally.[1]
    • Though removed, the original angle of Mika slapping her behind and the leg split was restored by modders for the PC version of the game.
  • As a protest by the community, many players uploaded videos mocking the censorship. With even a notable video showing all characters in the cast performing the start of the critical art (such as Ken and Chun-Li).