Steve Aoki has partnered with Capcom for a Street Fighter inspired clothing line and an arcade cabinet


What do you do in your free time? If you are out of ideas, then DJ Steve Aoki and his Dim Mak record label and fashion brand have teamed up with Capcom on some cool Street Fighter-themed stuff that will drive boredom away from your life and replace it with all things cool. The collection gets to you a superb, limited edition countertop arcade cabinet, a clothing line, and even a remix of the theme song for Street Fighter icon Ryu. The countertop arcade cabinet will allow two players to participate in four different Capcom games together: Street Fighter II: World Warrior, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Super Street Fighter II Turbo, and Final Fight. The fun doesn’t end with the games, as each of the slick cabinets is signed by Aoki. Streetfighter fans, the fun doesn’t get better than this, and you certainly need to act quickly as there are only 30 units available. For fashion lovers, there’s a complete line of Street Fighter-inspired аppаrel in snazzy prints featuring characters of the game that generation Y obsessed over at the pizzeria every day after school.


Come February 19th, the remixed theme song, titled “Ryu’s Theme,” will drop on the pre-release webpage, where you can pre-save it to your favorite streaming service. Aoki mentioned that he chose to remix “Ryu’s Theme” because that was his favorite character to play in Street Fighter II. “He represents the strong, iconic, Japanese warrior hero that I always aspired to become,” Aoki said. Ryu is famous for his iconic catchphrases, like “Every moment gives us a chance to become more than what we are.” The cabinet costs $199 and will ship in May.

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