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Peach Assault on display.

"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.

Description[]

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.

Trivia[]

  • 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).

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