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Capcoms Wants Artwork And Music For Street Fighter's 25th Anniversary

Posted on Thursday, April 19 @ 08:00:00 PST by

Capcom, via their official Capcom Unity blog, wants fans to submit their best work for Street Fighter's upcoming 25th anniversary.  There have been droves and droves of Street Fighter fan art and musical tributes, but now their asking for the best of the best.

For the art tribute, Capcom is asking for traditional artwork, digital artwork, or photographs of physical art. The general theme is "anniversary", so the image must conjure the idea of reflection and nostalgia. The art must be 100% your creation. Deadline is 11:59pm PST on May 4.

For the music tribute, Capcom is looking for remixes or original songs (so anything, really), like "a xylophone rendition of Sean's Street Fighter III theme". They don't want any hateful or obscene lyrics, and they want you to upload them to YouTube or OC ReMix, any place where things can be streamed easily. The deadline is the same.

Winners will have their work featured in Capcom's upcoming 25th anniversary tributes.

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