Are you a huge Street Fighter fan or just a fan of all things collectible? This exclusive faceplate for your PlayStation 4, signed especially by Capcom producer Yoshinori Ono, should take your fancy.
These exclusive PlayStation 4 faceplates are pretty interesting because one, these are signed by huge Capcom guy Yoshinori Ono. Ono has been with Capcom since Street Fighter Alpha 3, which then released in arcades. He stayed with the company, producing Street Fighter after Street Fighter, and other Capcom titles such as Resident Evil, Monster Hunter, and Heavy Metal to name a few.
Another reason why you should be getting gaga over this exclusive PS4 nameplates is because the faceplates will be featuring the art of the super awesome Ryu. Ryu is one of the most popular and favorite lead characters of the Street Fighter franchise and has been with us since 1987. He has already been voiced by various actors throughout various Street Fighter and character adaptations.
Interested yet? If you want to get your hands on these faceplates, you can do so while helping others, too. Actually, Capcom has donated a couple of these signed PlayStation 4 faceplates to The Games Art and Music or GAAM show kicking off tomorrow in Jacksonville, Florida. The donated faceplates will be auctioned off to raise money for charity organizations such as WithLove, Extra Life, First Coast No More Homeless Pets, and APOPO.
One of these exclusive Street Fighter nameplates signed by Ono is listed currently on eBay. These faceplates are usually only given out to tournament winners at select events so they are pretty rare and precious to boot. Auction for the Ono-signed PS4 faceplates ends on August 17.
If you’re not yet decided, you might want to drop by the GAAM show this weekend. GAAM is hosting a huge gaming party and charity show, as per usual, and a lot of surprises and activities are in store for attendees. The much-loved video game stations will be present for those who want to play to their hearts content, and cosplayers will be welcomed and celebrated. There are also a number of contests to try and win. To sweeten up the deal, GAAM is hosting two hours of free beer just because! Indie game creators are also welcome to exhibit their creations so you get to try unique and interesting new babies, some of which might even get launched on a bigger scale in the future.
And just like bigger conferences, GAAM is hosting exhibitors of all sizes. 2016 E3 College Game Competition winner Brobot Beat Down will be on the floor, internet celebrity Danica Rockwood, OrlandoIX, GameStop, and even Microsoft and Nintendo will be joining the fun.
— Ryan | GAAM Aug 13 (@GAAMRyan) July 22, 2016
A huge part of the GAAM show are also the art auctions, where everyone can bid on video game-related art from artists and game companies all over the world. Last year, GAAM auctioned off some pretty wicked creations sponsored by Sony, Lionade Games, Stoic Studio, and Amplitude Studios. This year, one of the most precious pieces that will be up for grabs are the exclusive PlayStation 4 faceplates signed by Ono.
Still not sold? Take a look at the highlights from last year’s show below and you just might get the chance to party with Deadpool, dance with The Joker, get drunk with a Pikachu, or just meet new friends.
Door price tickets to the GAAM show is at $50 dollars but if you hurry to the ticket page right now, you just might get the advance ticket for only $30.
— Ryan | GAAM Aug 13 (@GAAMRyan) August 8, 2016
[Image via Capcom]