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Submitted by Mister428 784d ago | news

Capcom’s Street Fighter and Darkstalkers soundtrack box sets feature art from Yusuke Murata

Sgcafe:

A couple of weeks back Capcom announced that the 11-disc series soundtrack included in the extremely limited (and pricy) Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Set released last year in the US, would be coming to Japan sans the figure and the games and everything else.

In addition to that, Capcom also announced a 6-disc Darkstalkers series soundtrack at the same time.

At the time, although the specifications of what each soundtrack box set would contain was revealed, Capcom did not show any actual photos of what the premium items would look like.

Until today, that is.

Today Capcom has revealed that Yosuke Murata, the manga artist behind EyeShield21 and One-Punch Man, will be doing the honours for the box sets’ package illustrations. (Culture, Darkstalkers, Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector’s Set)

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