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Street Fighter Monopoly... Damn Straight

Posted on Friday, September 7 @ 14:11:34 Eastern by

Following the tradition of speciality boards, USAopoly has finally released their previously announced Street Fighter Collector's Edition of the popular Monopoly board game.

After conducting a poll on what tokens players would like to see in the game, they've decided on Vega's mask, the Hadouken fireball, Bison, Ryu, Blanka (guess who Yoshinori Ono will pick?), and Chun-Li's spiked cuff. I'm surprised that Ken and Guile didn't make the cut... in fact, I would pay more if it just had the all the character tokens from Street Fighter II Turbo.

On the Collector's side, there will be all new artwork that hasn't just been pasted from prior work. Instead of owning streets in Atlantic City, players wlil buy and trade notable fighting arenas; instead of building houses and hotels on monopolies, they will purchase training rooms and dojos; instead of community chest and chance, they will draw Bonus Stage and Random Select cards.

The Street Fighter Collector's Edition sells on Amazon for $40.75.

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