Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set Announced For September

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This September, Capcom will release a Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set, which collects the latest games in the series, playable on the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, along with other collectible items that will be part of the set.


As far as games are concerned, the Collector’s Set will include: Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix, Street Fighter III: 3rd Strike Online Edition, Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition (with all costume DLC) and Street Fighter X Tekken (with all character Swap costume DLC).


A two-disc Blu-Ray set that will be included in the Collector’s Set will contain a documentary that discusses the influence of Street Fighter on the fan community—and vice-versa—over the years, and will also include the Street Fighter IV and Super Street Fighter IV anime movies as well as the Street Fighter animated series and Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie.


Also part of the Collector’s Set will be a light-up Ryu statue, 8” tall in the middle of a Shoryuken pose. Accompanying this will be a life-size replica of the belt Ryu wears. (Yes, you can wear it if you’d like)


Finally, rounding out the Collector’s Set are a 64-page hardcover artbook containing art submissions from fans and an 11-disc soundtrack, containing Street Fighter music spanning the last 25 years, in addition to remixes and fan-submitted music inspired by the games.


The Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set will be released on September 18th, 2012 for the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in North America. It will cost $150. Each set comes with an individual number and certificate of authenticity.

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