Now THIS is How You Celebrate a Game's Anniversary

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It's been really disappointing in the last few years watching companies like Nintendo do so little to really commemorate significant anniversaries in the life of beloved game franchises. Mario got a tiny little extras disc while Zelda got even less.


Capcom, though, seem to know what long-time fans are looking for with their anniversaries, that being large, expensive commemorative editions of games. In this case, for the 25th anniversary of Street Fighter (remember, there was a Street Fighter 1!)

For $150, you'll be able to pick up this giant box set that includes (deep breath):


-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


-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 (DELICIOUS!)

-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, so get one before they disappear!

Phew. It'll be out in September.

Say what you will about some of Capcom's other business decisions of late, for fans this is a pretty sweet deal.


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Yeah... Mega Man is not getting something like this. They're pretty much treating him like Meg in Family Guy now. Commence the "Meg Man" jokes :P