Street Fighter II iPhone 5 case

Fujimoto Dengyo released an iPhone 5s/5 case, the STREET FIGHTER II iPhone+.

On the back of each of the iPhone cases, 4 different moments of the main characters (Ryu, Ken, and Chun-Li) firing the special attack are shown:

- Hadoken
- Shoryuken by Ken
- Tatsumaki Senpukyaku (Tornado Whirlwind Leg) by Ryu
- Hyakuretsukyaku (Hundred Rending Legs) by Chun-Li
 

  • Price: 2,300 yen

 

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