Looking for a unique geeky gift? Heartwood Editions makes intricate, limited-edition, laser-engraved wood wall art based on franchises like Overwatch, Street Fighter, and Starcraft. Each measures 11.5″ x 17.5″ x 1″ thick. Also sold as a discounted 3-piece bundle.
THE BEST Street Fighter
Co-created by video game critic Angry Joe, Street Fighter: The Miniatures Game is a card-based fighting game with nice pre-painted miniatures as well as stages and interactive props from the series. It has 1v1, 2v2, 3v3, free-for-all and co-op boss modes.
The Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection consists of 12 classic titles, including the original Street Fighter, SSF II: Turbo and SF III: 3rd Strike. It will support online play and also comes with tons of bonus content. Drops 04/2018 for $40 on all major systems.
PCS Collectibles’ latest Street Fighter statue. The Sagat statue is 36.5″ tall and has three variants. The standard has no extra parts; the Emperor of Muay Thai has an extra head and torso. The Victory EX looks more like a traditional kickboxer and also has extra parts.
Capcom teamed up with iam8bit to make a limited edition batch of Street Fighter II SNES cartridges. Each cart comes with a tri-fold box with foil and embossed details, a reprint of the instruction booklet and more. Plus, 1,000 of the 5,500 carts are glow-in-the-dark.
PCS Collectibles follows up its Akuma statue with ones of Dhalsim, the flame-spewing pacifist. Sculpted in an amazingly impossible pose, the 24.3″ statue comes in four variants: two based on his classic appearance, and two based on his looks in Street Fighter V.
The most premium variant of PCS Collectibles‘ 17.5″ tall Akuma statue is an exhibit unto itself. The badass Street Fighter comes with 7 light-up heads, 2 torsos with light-up kanji at the back, 3 pairs of hands, 2 pairs of feet and 2 different display bases.
Artist Chris Carlson takes to his chalkboard canvas once more – this time with a recreation of a classic video game. At first it doesn’t look that immersive, but look at the shadows around Chris’ and Ryu’s feet, and it seems as if he’s been dropped into the game.
(PG-13: Language) In 1-on-1 video game competitions, players either sit next to each other or far apart. It may seem trivial, but it could affect the success of players and eSports in general. Core-A Gaming explores the arrangements’ origins and consequences.
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