Performed by pressing the button equivalent to the three punches together, Sakura will make a version of her Super Combo depending on how many EX bars was used. This Super Combo can be done with two or more EX bars.
Sakura Fubuki has three versions and two follow-up attacks:
- Version 1 (with two EX bars)
- Version 2 (with three EX bars)
- Version 3 (with all EX bar, as a standard Super Combo)
- Punch Follow-up (when blocked)
- Kick Follow-up (when blocked)
Version 1 Edit
This version is made by pressing the button equivalent to three punches as the character has two EX bars. This version makes less hits and less damage than the other versions.
Version 2 Edit
This version is made by pressing the button equivalent to three punches as the character has three EX bars. This version does a lot more hits and damage than the first version and less than the third version of Sakura Fubuki.
Version 3 Edit
This version is made by pressing the button equivalent to three punches as the character has all EX bars, Sakura will perform one crouching medium kick and a far heavy kick, followed by a light Shunpukyaku and a serves of three Shouoken (two medium and a multi-hitting heavy), then Sakura will make a Okakyaku and Pendulum Upper ending with Hadoken hitting three times . This version has a total of 20 hits and causes damage comparable to that of an Ultra Combo.
Punch Follow-up Edit
When blocked, by pressing the punch button, Sakura will interrupt her Super Combo and will start to shoot several Hadoken against the opponent.
Kick Follow-up Edit
When blocked, by pressing the kick button, Sakura will interrupt her Super Combo and will start making a series of kicks against the opponent.
For this attack can be done with two, three or four EX bars, the Sakura Fubuki gives a great tool to create combos. Version 3 can be used while the opponent is falling.
The locked versions are excelent to stop enemy counter-attack. The punch version to distance the opponent from Sakura and kick version to punish opponents who try to stand up.