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eShop deals: SteamWorld Dig, Street Fighter IV 3D ⊟

More eShop sales that are totally contingent upon the eShop working! Through January 2, SteamWorld Dig is $6.99, down from $8.99. And Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, the first 3DS game Eric and I played together online back in small times – we were but children, Hundred Hand Slapping one another! – is just ten bucks!

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Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting on Virtual Boy ⊟

This is nuts. Mr. Anon created and posted a playable demo ROM of Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting for the Virtual Boy (modding a fighting engine created by M.K.). How is this possible? Wait, is this actually possible?

Yes, somehow. Video proof:

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Game Boy and Game Gear photos by Aled Evans

Two-button Street Fighter does not sound fun (from what I remember, Mortal Kombat for Game Boy was straight-up basura), but these old sprites overlaid into real-world environments would be a dream to see on handhelds.

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Miyazaki x Street Fighter: Spirit Fighter by Drew Wise
This, along with a Snorlax x Totoro design, is available as a shirt for on The Yeetee today. The tees aren’t actually animated, but they are super cheap at $11 each.
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Miyazaki x Street Fighter: Spirit Fighter by Drew Wise

This, along with a Snorlax x Totoro design, is available as a shirt for on The Yeetee today. The tees aren’t actually animated, but they are super cheap at $11 each.

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Vega’s V-day card to Sagat
I’m loving this Street Fighter series from Meghan. Speaking of Sagat, Fire Emblem: Awakening fans might appreciate this probably not real shot.
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Vega’s V-day card to Sagat

I’m loving this Street Fighter series from Meghan. Speaking of Sagat, Fire Emblem: Awakening fans might appreciate this probably not real shot.

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"Invisible Arrival" by Edwin Ushiro
I think the Champion Edition cabinet is out of service — I can’t see any reason why you’d play the original version otherwise.
This mixed media artwork (17.4” x 17”) is available to purchase at Giant Robot for $2,500. Ushiro has several other non-gaming pieces for sale at the shop.
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"Invisible Arrival" by Edwin Ushiro

I think the Champion Edition cabinet is out of service — I can’t see any reason why you’d play the original version otherwise.

This mixed media artwork (17.4” x 17”) is available to purchase at Giant Robot for $2,500. Ushiro has several other non-gaming pieces for sale at the shop.

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Mega Man 1-6 coming to 3DS Virtual Console
The biggest Mega Man news today is Street Fighter X Mega Man, out free today on PC, but there’s cool stuff for 3DS too! Capcom’s going to release Mega Man 1-6 on 3DS Virtual Console starting December 27.
Mega Man 2 will be out on Feb. 7, and the rest will be distributed throughout 2013. I will buy all of them, because that’s the kind of sucker I am.
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Mega Man 1-6 coming to 3DS Virtual Console

The biggest Mega Man news today is Street Fighter X Mega Man, out free today on PC, but there’s cool stuff for 3DS too! Capcom’s going to release Mega Man 1-6 on 3DS Virtual Console starting December 27.

Mega Man 2 will be out on Feb. 7, and the rest will be distributed throughout 2013. I will buy all of them, because that’s the kind of sucker I am.

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Street Fighter X Mega Man!

Huh? Okay! This surprise Capcom crossover releases as a free PC download on December 17. Instead of fighting eight Robot Masters, Mega Man takes on eight Street Fighters this time, gaining their powers with each victory.

This is all very weird! Maybe it’s awesome too? We can all agree, though, that it’s a thing with Mega Man. And it looks a lot better than a lot of the other Mega Man stuff Capcom has released lately.

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Street Fighter dudes and meatbuns rolled into a shirt
The LA Game Space continues to trot out some ridiculous rewards for its Kickstarter — along with the 30 games you can get by chipping in just $15, you can get this shirt, a tee from Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley, or other designs when you throw in some extra cash.
This shirt comes from stylish apparel shop Meatbun and the good-hearted Nina Matsumoto (yes, of Game Center CX translations fame). LA Game Space is just a few thousand bucks away from hitting its pledge goal, so do your part to fund the project and get this tee!
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Street Fighter dudes and meatbuns rolled into a shirt

The LA Game Space continues to trot out some ridiculous rewards for its Kickstarter — along with the 30 games you can get by chipping in just $15, you can get this shirt, a tee from Scott Pilgrim creator Bryan Lee O’Malley, or other designs when you throw in some extra cash.

This shirt comes from stylish apparel shop Meatbun and the good-hearted Nina Matsumoto (yes, of Game Center CX translations fame). LA Game Space is just a few thousand bucks away from hitting its pledge goal, so do your part to fund the project and get this tee!

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“I am Street Fighter” by Randis Albion (click for a larger image). I missed this a couple months ago when Albion originally posted it online, but the piece was created for Capcom’s Street Fighter 25th Anniversary art book.
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“I am Street Fighter” by Randis Albion (click for a larger image). I missed this a couple months ago when Albion originally posted it online, but the piece was created for Capcom’s Street Fighter 25th Anniversary art book.

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Guile gets some gaming in while he’s stuck in a tree, illustrated by Lee Chang-Woo (click for larger image).
Hopefully he remembers he’s holding a lit cigarette there, and not his stylus — a common mistake apparently.
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Guile gets some gaming in while he’s stuck in a tree, illustrated by Lee Chang-Woo (click for larger image).

Hopefully he remembers he’s holding a lit cigarette there, and not his stylus — a common mistake apparently.

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Asian kids transformed into Street Fighters.
When I was a young Asian scrap like these two, before receiving formal training in the Shotokan fighting style, I used to pull special moves like this all the time.
That’s how I got in trouble in third grade once, when everyone was running to line up in single file after recess, and I dashed toward the group and jumped in with a flying kick, like I was Bruce fucking Lee in Enter the Dragon.
I accidentally kicked a kid, but it was nothing serious. It’s not like he got knocked out, body all hanging in the air as he dropped in slow motion, elephants trumpeting in the background as an announcer was like, “You Win.”
It’s not like dude lost a quarter or nothing over it. I didn’t follow it up by smashing some guy’s car with mad dragon punches, breaking his sedan down to a molecular level. It wasn’t anything serious, nahmean?
Anyway, a teacher saw it all, pulled me aside by the arm, and threatened to call my mom to tell her about it. At the end of the day, she forgot about the ordeal, but I was stressing all afternoon over it.
Buy: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition
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Asian kids transformed into Street Fighters.

When I was a young Asian scrap like these two, before receiving formal training in the Shotokan fighting style, I used to pull special moves like this all the time.

That’s how I got in trouble in third grade once, when everyone was running to line up in single file after recess, and I dashed toward the group and jumped in with a flying kick, like I was Bruce fucking Lee in Enter the Dragon.

I accidentally kicked a kid, but it was nothing serious. It’s not like he got knocked out, body all hanging in the air as he dropped in slow motion, elephants trumpeting in the background as an announcer was like, “You Win.”

It’s not like dude lost a quarter or nothing over it. I didn’t follow it up by smashing some guy’s car with mad dragon punches, breaking his sedan down to a molecular level. It wasn’t anything serious, nahmean?

Anyway, a teacher saw it all, pulled me aside by the arm, and threatened to call my mom to tell her about it. At the end of the day, she forgot about the ordeal, but I was stressing all afternoon over it.

Buy: Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

Find: Nintendo DS/3DS release dates, discounts, & more

See also: More on Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition

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