Earlier this year, First Press Games revealed that they would be selling exclusive physical runs of Switch titles – similar to Limited Run Games. Well, now you can purchase the very first of those titles for your collection!
The publisher has opened pre-orders for physical copies of A Hole New World – an 8-bit retro-styled title. You can check out more details for both the standard and collector’s editions below, and click on their respective links to purchase either one:
The Regular Edition represents the base release and features everything you could possibly want from a well-done physical game release.
A 48 page in-depth game manual, reversible cover designs (stylized for EU and US), as well as a beautiful slipcase and a collectible coin as a bonus leave little to be desired for gamers, who prefer to own their games as physical versions.
Limited to 3,000 copies. Please note that 500 units have already been sold through the triple preorder in June.
- reversible EU / US cover*
- game cart
- 48 pages in-depth manual
- exclusive slipcase
- silver-colored coin (numbered)
This is the version a lot of you have been looking forward to! The Collector’s Edition of A Hole New World will please even the biggest die-hard fans of the game. Its beautifully crafted box measures about 32 cm in height and 24 cm in width and the inner packaging holds all it’s contents in place and opens like a drawer box.
The artwork-heavy and beautifully arranged design is not only eye candy, but also realized on thick and valuable material. The same dedication goes into the soundtrack and clear file, which are both imported from and made in Japan to ensure their very best quality. Yes indeed – You’ll love this.
Limited to 1,500 copies.
- premium box with item tray
- gold-colored coin (numbered)
- double sided DIN A2 poster
- clear file with surprise insert
- reversible EU / US cover
- game cart
- 48 page in-depth manual
2 CD Deluxe Soundtrack:
- 8bit original & 16bit arrange
- Duo CD jewel case
- spine card (OBI-style)
- 12 pages booklet
What do you think of this new physical package? Will you be getting it for your shelf? Let us know in the comments below!