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Fight! Street Fighter IV AE launch event in San Francisco

9:30 PM on 06.22.2011

Capcom is throwing a launch event for Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition in San Francisco next week! The event kicks off at 7PM at the the Vessel and you'll be able to get your hands on Arcade Edition, Street Fighter III 3rd Strike Online Edition and even Street Fighter x Tekken! The Imaginary Friends Studio and Stan "Artgerm" Lau will also have some arts on display.

Bonus round! The first 100 folks who have pre-ordered Arcade Edition (and have proof) can jump the line and get early access! So who's going? Resident fighting expert Jesse Cortez and myself will be attending for some fun times.

You're Invited to the Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition Launch Event [Capcom-Unity]

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