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Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection SEGA Genesis

SEGA Genesis games will be a part of the Jurassic Park Classic Games Collection, Limited Run Games just announced.

Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park Part 2: The Chaos Continues from the NES, Game Boy, and SNES were previously confirmed. But now Jurassic Park and Jurassic Park: Rampage Edition, both originally released on the Genesis, are coming as well with all the bonus Carbon Engine features such as save states and in-game maps.

A Boy and His Blob: Retro Collection release date

More than a year after it was announced, A Boy and His Blob: Retro Collection now has a release date on Switch. An eShop listing pins it down for October 17, 2023.

A Boy and His Blob: Retro Collection includes the original NES game Trouble on Blobolonia plus the Game Boy title The Rescue of Princess Blobette. Fans will be able to play through the US and Japanese versions of both games. Other features include a music player, save states, and aesthetic options / filters.

Here’s some additional information:


Thanks to Limited Run Games, Vagante is receiving a physical release on Switch. The title will be offered through the company’s distribution line.

Vagante originally made it to Switch in 2020, though only as a digital download. Further information can be found in the following overview:

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland is in development, it’s been announced. The game is planned for a 2024 launch.

Rugrats: Adventures in Gameland will be on consoles, and considering almost everything Limited Run Games does these days is on Switch, it should end up on the system. Additionally, it’s a clear inspiration from the NES days.

Here’s an overview of the game:

Koumajou Remilia Scarlet Symphony physical west

Koumajou Remilia: Scarlet Symphony was recently announced for physical release in the west, but with few details. Limited Run Games is now coming through with additional information.

A standard release and Deluxe Edition are planned. The latter includes the soundtrack on CD, an art book, art cards, and a keychain.

Quake II

The just-released Switch version of Quake II is getting not only one, but three different physical versions on Switch. All three come from Limited Run Games.

First up is, of course, the standard physical copy. Also available will be a special edition, which features a steelbook, poster, briefing document, and a set of dog tags in a throwback two-piece box. Lastly is the Ultimate Strogg Edition featuring all that and more, with the entire special edition, a challenge coin, mini metal Adrianator ship, and a service patch all in a beefy Strogg Collector’s Box.

This Way Madness Lies gameplay

This Way Madness Lies just came to Switch following its recent announcement, and new gameplay is available. You can get a glimpse of the story, the turn-based battles, and more.

Get caught up on the title by checking out the following overview:

Telenet Shooting Collection physical

Telenet Shooting Collection has now been confirmed for release in the west.

The package, which features Granada, Avenger, Gaiares, and Psychic Storm was previously announced for Switch in Japan. However, Limited Run Games has now revealed that it will be available for fans waiting for an English localization, and there’ll be a physical released overseas.

Colossal Cave physical

Colossal Cave made it to Switch a little while back as a digital release, but it’s now receiving the physical treatment. Limited Run games shared the initial announcement today with more information to follow later.

Colossal Cave landed on Switch digitally this past January. It’s a reimagining of the 1977 text-based adventure game from Roberta Williams, a designer who worked on King’s Quest.

Midnight Fight Express physical

A physical release for Midnight Fight Express will be happening on Switch, Limited Run Games has announced. Further specifics will follow later.

Midnight Fight Express, brought to Switch by Humble Games and Jacob Dzwinel, originally launched for the eShop in September 2022. Get caught up on the details in the following overview:

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