Celebrate Street Fighter with The 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set

 

Capcom just prepared a special treat for the fans of the most popular fighting game franchise of all time. The Street Fighter franchise just hit its 25th anniversary and we know how Capcom handles special treats.

Introducing the 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set, and this package is loaded with Street Fighter games from past to present as well as all of the SF anime and movies (excluding the Street Fighter movie starring Jean Claude Van Damme and the Legend of Chun-Li of course lol), a whooping massive collection of soundtracks from current and previous SF games, documentary video and a cool Ryu statue.

Let’s take a detailed rundown on the things you will get on the Collector’s Set:

 

 

Games

  • Street Fighter x Tekken (including all character and Swap Costume DLC)
  • Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition (with all costume DLC)
  • Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix
  • Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online Edition

 

Video

  • New documentary Blu-ray that highlights the lifelong love affair fans have had with Street Fighter, and how their dedication has affected the game.
  • Street Fighter IV, Super SFIV anime movies
  • All episodes of the Street Fighter animated series
  • Street Fighter II: The Animated Movie

 

Light-up Ryu statue

  • Brand new statue with light up base. Eight inches tall and frozen in mid Shoryuken.

 

11 disc soundtrack

  • Game music from the past 25 years, including remixes and fan-created music.

 

64 page hardcover art book

  • Containing pieces from fans all over the world.

 

Ryu’s belt

  • Full size martial arts black belt for the aspiring World Warrior. Includes Ryu’s “Furinkazan” in kanji.

 

Certificate of Authenticity

  • Like any good collector’s set, this comes with a lovely piece of paper telling you how limited and special it is. They’re all individually numbered.

 

All of these will be yours for a price tag of $149.99 and it will be available for the PS3 and Xbox 360 on September 16, 2012.

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