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Pre-orders open for Street Fighter Deck-Building game

11:00 AM on 12.07.2013

Wesley Ruscher

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Spinning card kick!

Taking it from the streets to the table, Cryptozoic Entertainment is now accepting pre-orders for its upcoming Street Fighter deck-building card game.

Anticipated for release February 2014, the two-to-five player game pits classic Street Fighter heroes and villains against each other in the effort of becoming the "World's Best." Along the way to victory, player's fighters (classics like Ryu, Ken, Chun-Li, and M. Bison) will gain allies and equipment, along with powerful new moves to defeat as many stage bosses as possible -- that is according to the game's official description. 

The game will cost $40 and, for a limited time, those who pre-order will receive a Blanka Promo card pack. 

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Street Fighter Deck-Building Game [Cryptozoic Entertainment]


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