Has it been 25 years already? Wow, where does the time go? Oh right...playing video games. In any case, Capcom has announced a 25th anniversary collection for this momentous occasion for both the Xbox and the PS3. This is a hell of a set for anyone that is a Street Fighter fan because not only does it include four games, but a ton of other material. Such as an 11-disc soundtrack, a Ryu figure, anime movies on Blu-Ray, and more! See the entire list after the jump along with a trailer.
Pre-orders are already up at the Capcom Store site. These are limited edition sets so you better get over there and plop down the $149.99 asking price before they run out. The sets will be unleashed on the world on September 18th. Happy Hadouken Day!
• Street Fighter x Tekken (including all DLC character and Swap Costumes)
• Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition (with all DLC costumes)
• Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition
• Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix
Two Blu-Ray Disc Sets that include:
• A documentary that highlights the influence the franchise has had on fans throughout the years
• Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV Anime Movies
• Complete episode of Street Fighter animated series
• Street Fighter II: the Animated Movie
• Light up Ryu statue that stands 8″ tall
• 11-Disc Soundtrack of the past 25 years of Street Fighter including, remixes and fan-created music inspired by past Street Fighter games
• a 64-page Hardcover artbook including fan works submitted by both professional and aspiring artists
• Ryu’s martial art black belt with 風林火山 (Furinkazan) written on it. Created according to replica specifics.
• A Certificate of Authenticity, which comes individually numbered
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