Champion Edition

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CP System - Capcom Power System Changer - List of Games
... Sports game 1994 Capcom Street Fighter II' Champion Edition Street Fighter II Dash Champion Edition (ストリートファイターⅡダッシュ -Cha ...
Street Fighter II - Reception - Commercial Reception
60,000 video game arcade cabinets, followed by Street Fighter II' Champion Edition selling 140,000 cabinets in Japan alone, where it cost ¥160,000 ($1300) for each cabinet, amounting to ¥22.4 ... followed by the Genesis version of Street Fighter II′ Special Champion Edition with 1.65 million sales ... arcade cabinets) Street Fighter II 60,000+ Street Fighter II' Champion Edition 140,000+ in Japan Total sales 200,000+ Home software Game Platform Sales (million) The World Warrior Super NES 6.3 ...
Sounds To Consume
... It has since been reissued twice, firstly as the 'Champion Edition' which comprised the original 8 tracks and 8 bonus tracks, and the subsequent reissue of the Champion Edition which was remastered as well as ... Both Champion Editions are housed in digipack packaging and contain a different booklet to the original release ... The original edition, as well as the first pressing of the Champion Edition, were limited to 1,000 copies each ...

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