CyberPower Announces Street Fighter® IV NVIDIA PC Bundle
-- Buy an nVIDIA-powered CyberPower PC and Get Street Fighter IV for PCs Free
BALDWIN PARK, CA (July 24, 2009) - CyberPower, Inc. https://www.cyberpowerpc.com is celebrating the PC-platform release of the highly anticipated fighting game, Street Fighter® IV, with a knock out gaming bundle. CyberPower will throw in a free copy of Street Fighter IV for customers purchasing a CyberPower gaming system with Nvidia 200 series graphics cards.
The most storied franchise among arcade fighting games is finally available on PC. Street Fighter IV combines some of the classic elements from previous Street Fighters with realistic 3D backgrounds for a stunning visual experience. Street Fighter IV also features new characters, new moves, and new combos and earned rave reviews from the gaming community. Show off your skills against the world's best or challenge your friends and family to a duel through online play.
With CyberPower PC and Nvidia's GPU, you'll have the power and performance to tackle your foes and enjoy the great game play that made Street Fighter one of the most famous fighting game franchises ever.
About CyberPower Inc.
CyberPower Inc. https://www.cyberpowerpc.com was founded in 1998 and has emerged as one of the leading custom computer system manufacturers. Headquartered in Baldwin Park in Southern California, CyberPower manufactures and distributes a complete line of custom built gaming machines, notebook systems and high performance workstations to meet the unique needs of gamers, businesses, government agencies, educational institutions and other end-users. For more information contact: Sales (800)707-0393; Email email@example.com
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