PSA: Street Fighter IV launch party open to the public

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PSA: Street Fighter IV launch party open to the public

We hope you've all been tightening up your Hadoukens and hitting the ceiling with your Flash Kicks, because when Street Fighter IV releases in the U.S. on February 17, you're going to need to bring your best moves. Capcom has dropped word that the fun begins before the game even releases, as the Street Fighter IV launch party is open to the public.

At this launch party, producer Yoshinori Ono will be available for autographs, and Capcom has even enlisted the aid of performers DJ QBert, Supreme Soul, and The Knux, if live music is your kind of thing. There will even be customized sketching by Udon artists, and, of course, a chance of winning copies of Street Fighter IV.

If you live near the Los Angeles area, then head past the break for full details on the event.

The where:
The Geffen Contemporary at the Museum of Contemporary Art
152 North Central Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90012

The when:
Thursday, February 12th, 2009, from 8pm-12 midnight.

The who:
You! Yes, you. And your squirrely cousin. And his best friend. On February 12th, any friend of Street Fighter is a friend of ours, and is welcome at the party.

The how:
You sign up for the party by dropping an email to and await your RSVP!

The what:
So what's happening? If a roomful of SFIV isn't enough to keep you smiling, we've also got:
  • Producer Yoshinori Ono on hand for autographs
  • Live performance by The Knux
  • Live performance by Supreme Soul from America's Best Dance Crew
  • Live performance by DJ QBert
  • Customized fitted caps by Estate LA (
  • Customized etching by Coveroo (
  • Customized sketches by Udon artists
  • Street Fighter Club Room – If you missed us in LA, SF and NYC, here's your chance to relive the magic
  • Screening of the new Street Fighter anime "The Ties That Bind"
  • Old-school arcade cabinets redesigned and reinterpreted by artists and fashion labels
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