The Street Fighter franchise is turning
25 on August 30, and to celebrate, Capcom is giving its more
creative fans a crack at Street Fighter infamy.
On now until May 4, 2012, artists are
invited to submit their original pieces to the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Art Tribute page. Fans can submit anything from
traditional drawings, digital renderings, photos of physical pieces,
or anything visual that coveys the themes of “Twenty-Five Years of
History” or “I am
Street Fighter musicians can also get
in on the nostalgia by uploading their audio tributes to the Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Music Tribute page. Submission
categories include original songs, inspired by the Street Fighter
series; or remixes, using samples or inspiration from
past Street Fighter releases.
Capcom said selected pieces form both
categories would be “used in an official category later on”. It
also hinted its 25th anniversary Street Fighter shindig
will give digital fighters a chance to prove their mettle in a yet
unannounced Street Fighter tournament series (read: Capcom celebrates 25 years of Street Fighter). Details on both aspects of the
quarter-century promotion are coming soon.