After a long wait, Street Fighter 6 has taken the world by storm once again. Capcom has delivered an installment worthy of the ages with a fantastic and diverse roster of old and new characters along with a vibrant art style.
Fans of the game that have been looking forward to the game also looked forward to the Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box, the collector’s edition that contains many items and extras that will surely satiate their appetite. Priced at $250, or PHP13,495 at local retailers in the Philippines, it’s quite a nice package that has several items that really make it enticing for collectors and fans alike.
The Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box includes the following:
- Pop Up PARADE figures Luke and Kimberly (17 cm)
- Sticker Set
- Figure Diorama Boards
- Full Standard Game with Collectible Steelbook
- Digital Content -1 Ultimate Pass which contains content from the Year 1 Character Pass, two additional costumes and their alternate colors for the four Year 1 characters, two more stages, and a bonus of 7,700 Drive Tickets
Personally, the Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box is priced fairly considering the contents. You get 2 fantastic and detailed Pop Up PARADE figures and a bevy of paraphernalia that really completes the experience.
Without further ado, Let’s Unbox the Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box!
Let’s Unbox the Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box
First off, the box. The Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box looks superb! It’s sturdy and vibrant, splattered with paint and graffiti that reflects the in-game art style. It’s a collectible in itself, and certainly looks the part!
Opening it up, we get to see the game, the Ultimate Pass DLC which contains a Year 1 Ultimate Pass, and the Steelbook. In particular, the Steelbook looks lovely, featuring the many iconic characters that fill up the Street Fighter 6 roster. From front to back and even on the inside, the Steelbook is a crackin’ addition to the set.
The Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box also includes a pretty unique artbook that looks like a magazine. I love it! It looks great and is in line with the overall theme and aesthetic of the game and of the package.
The Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box also has two diorama boards, and while it’s not useful on its own, it does serve a purpose once we bring out the Pop Up PARADE figures.
Of course, the main attraction of the Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box – the Pop Up PARADE figures of Luke and Kimberly.
Both figures are well-detailed and carry the Pop Up Parade quality, which is quite good for the price. While some could argue that the more iconic characters could have been used, and I would have personally loved for these to be Chun-Li and Cammy, these are still great additions.
And here’s Kimberly:
And here’s both when set up with the diorama boards:
And lastly, the full spread. Also, peep the stickers!
And there you have it, the Street Fighter 6 Mad Gear Box. What do you think? Is it worth the money? Are you planning to get one for your collection?
Street Fighter 6 is now available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series, and PC via Steam.