|Dub name||Fortissimo Foot|
|Power||110 (Chrono Stone)|
|Shibire damage||10 (Chrono Stone)|
|Evolution||Normal → V2 → V3 → V4 → S (GO and CS)|
Normal → V2 → V3 → V4 → S → ∞ (Galaxy)
|Inazuma Eleven GO||40|
|Inazuma Eleven GO 2||45|
|Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy||20|
|Strikers 2012 Xtreme||30|
|GO Strikers 2013||40|
|Game||Inazuma Eleven Strikers|
|Anime||Episode 008 (GO)|
Fortissimo (フォルテシモ, Foruteshimo) is a shoot hissatsu technique.
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- "An artistic shot that makes the ball sound out a powerful and beautiful melody."
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It was used by Shindou in a match against Kidokawa Seishuu but it was shown to be video taped, meaning the match from a year ago.
It is shown that Fortissimo is strong, being able to pierce through the goal. He also used Fortissimo when Matsukaze Tenma and him were practicing. Later, in episode 16, Shindou used this hissatsu technique to score a goal against Teikoku but was easily caught by Miyabino Reiichi even without a goalkeeper hissatsu, only using his bare hands to catch it.
Afterwards, this hissatsu was seen yet again in episode 32, but only in a flashback where Tenma, Shinsuke, Shindou, Aoi, Akane and Midori were thinking of the past matches, and it was not used in the episode itself.
It was seen again in episode 46 on the TV, which Raimon was watching at it.
Inazuma Eleven GO 2: Chrono Stone
Inazuma Eleven GO Galaxy
The user jumps up (a little bit), and afterwards musical notes and patterns form in a circular motion around the ball. After this he/she kicks the ball at the center and the ball goes through the field and to the goal with musical notes and patterns around it.
Inazuma Eleven GO Strikers 2013
- Fortissimo is an Italian word that means "very strong". It is also used to mean "very loud" in musical terminology, explaining the music notes that appear around the ball in the shot.