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Limited Edition Street Fighter Collector’s Set Announced

I can remember Street Fighter II invigorating the arcade scene.  After seeing that this year is the 25th Anniversary of Street Fighter, I couldn’t believe that the series has been around that long.  Granted, the original Street Fighter hasn’t had the following the other games in the series have had.  Still, if you are a fan of any of the Street Fighter games, then you’ll want to check out the Limited Edition Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set that Capcom has just announced.

Capcom®, a leading worldwide developer and publisher of video games, today announced the limited edition Street Fighter®25th Anniversary Collector’s Set, which will be available in North America on Sept. 18, 2012 for the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system and Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. A hyper combo-powered milestone, the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary festivities will continue throughout 2012 (“The Year of the Dragon”) and will include the Collector’s Set and a series of high stakes global tournaments with over a half million dollars in support, the highest the fighting game community has ever witnessed.

Honoring one of the most popular videogame franchises of all time, the Street Fighter 25thAnniversary Collector’s Set is a must  have for Street Fighter® video game aficionados. Created as a celebration and tribute to its fans, the limited edition set is individually numbered and jam-packed with Street Fighter games, video, art, music, and exclusive collectibles. The items are housed in a specially created chest complete with a certificate of authenticity.

So what exactly is included?  Four Street Fighter games, movies, a Ryu statue, and more.  Find out more details in the Press Release below.

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