Hadouken! Fans of Capcom’s Avenue Fighter can perceive ahead to a up to date puny version countertop arcade version of the long-lasting video game as piece of collaboration with DJ and clothier Steve Aoki. With the exception of the sport, the collaboration moreover sports a and a remixed version of Ryu’s Theme song from the sport.
The puny version counter-cade is the finest Avenue Fighter counter-cade set aside out by Arcade1Up upright now, and it’s the first two-player counter-cade the firm has ever made. Additionally, it contains four Capcom games: Avenue Fighter II: Champion Version, Avenue Fighter II: World Warrior, Well-organized Avenue Fighter II Turbo, and Final Fight. Ideal 30 items of the sport are being made, and it’s going for wonderful $199.
The Avenue Fighter apparel line is equally bright, with a unfold of long-sleeve shirts, t-shirts, and sweatshirts, starting at $38. And people waiting to hear the remix of Ryu’s Theme have to await the song—titled Ryu’s Theme (The Moe’s Pizzeria Steve Aoki Remix—to drop on February 19. Nonetheless, you might per chance pre-set aside it aside to a playlist in your most traditional streaming music service here.
The collaboration came to be by Aoki’s love of Avenue Fighter, which he played at his local pizzeria each day after college. And, unnecessary to yell, his favorite personality to play is Ryu, which explains why the personality is featured so heavily at some level of the collaboration. “I continually picked him after I changed into a kid after I obsessively played Avenue Fighter II. He represents the solid, iconic, Eastern warrior hero that I continually aspired to develop into,” Aoki said in an interview.
by The Verge