DJ Steve Aoki and his Dim Mak file label and vogue model have teamed up with Capcom on some cool Avenue Fighter-themed gadgets: a restricted version countertop arcade cupboard, a clothes line, and even a remix of the theme music for Avenue Fighter icon Ryu.
The countertop arcade cupboard, which you’ll be able to see on the high of this put up, will enable as much as two gamers to play 4 totally different Capcom video games collectively: Avenue Fighter II: World Warrior, Avenue Fighter II: Champion Version, Tremendous Avenue Fighter II Turbo, and Remaining Combat. The cupboard is made in partnership with Arcade1Up, and it’s the primary two-player countertop cupboard the corporate has made.
Along with the slick artwork on the cupboard, every one is signed by Aoki. However if you wish to get your arms on it, you’ll must act quick as there are solely 30 models obtainable. The cupboard costs $199 and can ship in Could.
There’s additionally a line of Avenue Fighter-inspired attire. You possibly can see the whole collection on the Dim Mak website, and we’ve included just a few footage on this gallery.
The remix of Ryu’s theme music, titled “Ryu’s Theme (The Moe’s Pizzeria Steve Aoki Remix),” isn’t out simply but. It will likely be obtainable on February 19th, however you may pre-save it to your streaming service of selection right now. I haven’t heard the remix but, however I’m trying ahead to trying out Aoki’s tackle the iconic song.
In keeping with a press launch asserting the collaboration, Aoki was an enormous Avenue Fighter fan rising up, heading to an area pizzeria every single day after college to play the sport. That love for the collection undoubtedly exhibits on the cupboard and within the attire assortment.
And Aoki’s major? “Ryu,” he mentioned in an e-mail to The Verge. (I can’t say that’s shocking, given Ryu’s prominence on a lot of the gear.) “I always picked him when I was a kid when I obsessively played Street Fighter II. He represents the strong, iconic, Japanese warrior hero that I always aspired to become,” Aoki mentioned.