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Capcom Reveals Street Fighter 25th Annniversary Logo

Posted on Wednesday, January 11 @ 11:24:20 PST by

Brelston on the Capcom-Unity blog has taken the time to remind us of Street Figher's tremendous life:
Can you believe Ryu has been throwing fireballs and scarring chests for a quarter century? For 25 years Street Fighter's iconic hero has wandered the globe in search of the perfect battle, and to commemorate his quest - not to mention the millions of fans who've followed him every step of the way - we're preparing some big plans for 2012. The full details of this international celebration are still to come, but I can at least share the official logo that'll emblazon all related products through the year.
Brelston also mentions that August 30 marks Street Fighter's 25th anniversary and that Ryu prefers the miyzuyokan.

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