The original\u00a0Street Fighter\u00a0landed in arcades 30 years ago, but it was really\u00a0Street Fighter II\u00a0that took the gaming world by storm. Indeed, by the early to mid 90s every kid not hooked on\u00a0Mortal Kombat\u00a0was mastering Ryu's moves and shouting "Hadouken!". With retro gaming now in full swing,\u00a0Capcom and iam8bit think it's the perfect time for a comeback. They've teamed up to release\u00a0Street Fighter II: 30th Anniversary Edition, which ships in November. The collectible cartridge went up for pre-order and sold out pretty much right away.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nCompatible with all NTSC consoles, Street Fighter II: 30th Anniversary delivers\u00a0the same incredible gameplay as the original sequel. Meanwhile, an enhanced SNES box design includes foil sheen, embossed texture, spot varnish and a tri-fold cover that unfurls to reveal bonus artwork. That's joined by the original booklet as well as a new archival cover print and some bonus goodies.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nLimited to 5500 copies and offered in colours of Ryu Headband Red and Glow-in-the-Dark Blanka Green,\u00a0Street Fighter II: 30th Anniversary Edition brings the game back with such a vengeance you almost forgot it went away. Oh, and full disclosure: apparently there's a chance the hardware will catch on fire when you put the cartridge in an SNES console, so be sure to keep an extinguisher close by. Alas, fireballs are so much cooler when they exist strictly within the\u00a0Street Fighter\u00a0universe.\r\nCheck it out\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.