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Ultimate Impact (アルティメットインパクト Arutimetto Inpakuto) is a Rush Attack used by Gogeta in his Super Saiyan 4 form.


After crossing his arm, Gogeta charges forward and delivers a hard kick to his opponent's stomach before bicycle kicking them skyward, shouting "Here goes!" as he flies after them to follow up with an unseen barrage of punches and kicks (similar to the Punisher Drive), ending behind the battered opponent. With a quick "It's over", Gogeta pivots to elbow the opponent in the face, spin kicking them away and warping above the flying opponent to hook kick them into the ground, dealing devastating damage.


Gogeta uses portions of the Ultimate Impact during his battle against Omega Shenron. After Omega blasts Gogeta with a series of energy bullets, the smoke clears to reveal Gogeta, seemingly damaged, but the fusion quickly rises, mocking Omega and claiming the Shadow Dragon's attack only "took care of a crick in his neck that was bothering him for a while." Gogeta then turns his back to the Shadow Dragon and says, "Hey dragon, I hope this isn't too much to ask, but can you do my backside now?", laughing. Irritated by Gogeta's cocky attitude, Omega charges in, only to find himself a victim of the Ultimate Impact - more specifically, Gogeta's elbow lodged hard in his face. Gogeta proceeds to deliver the harsh spin kick, quickly launching Omega into a nearby building.[2]

During the Supreme Kai of Time Saga, Xeno Gogeta also uses the move against Xeno Omega Shenron.[3]

Video Game Appearances[]

Ultimate Impact was named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, where it appears as one of Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta's Blast 2 but did not include the elbow attack at the start.

Ultimate Impact is also in Ultimate Tenkaichi, where the elbow section of the attack returned.

In Dokkan Battle, the invisible barrage portion of the technique appears as Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta's counterattack animation, as well as the start-up hit for a combo Super Attack used by a different version of Gogeta that ends with a Big Bang Kamehameha.

In FighterZ, this move also appears in SS4 Gogeta's arsenal but as part of his Bluff Kamehameha special. This move's name is instead given to an unrelated super attack.

The attack appears in Heroes, added in Ultra God Mission 6 as part of Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta's Ultimate Punisher (アルティメットパニッシャー) Super Attack.