Limited Run Games announces 20+ new physical releases in 2024 showcase

Limited Run Games

Limited Run Games has announced over 20 new physical releases during its 2024 showcase ranging from Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP, Beyond Good & Evil: 20th Anniversary Edition, and more.

Here’s the full lineup, plus an archive of the showcase:

In what proved to be a non-stop hit parade, LRG3 2024 aimed to deliver a killer line-up of classics, many of which have been requested by fans and collectors for many years. With fan-favorite titles such as Beyond Good & Evil: 20th Anniversary Edition, Fear Effect, Lollipop Chainsaw, Busby Collection and many more, the showcase featured an incredible list of new games coming soon to modern gamers.

Limited Run also teased a partnership on social media today with Grasshopper Manufacture for a future project. More news to come at a later date (Editor’s Note: This is likely a physical edition for Shadows of the Damned: Hella Remastered).

Known for their unwavering love of physical, the following game announcements are set to arrive in physical form only:

  • Star Wars Dark Forces
  • Ninja Five-O
  • Lollipop Chainsaw RePOP
  • Rain World
  • Toxic Crusaders
  • C-Smash VRS
  • Hitman: Blood Money Reprisal
  • Beyond Good & Evil: 20th Anniversary Edition
  • Valis Collection III
  • Cosmic Fantasy Collection 2
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
  • Jay & Silent Bob: Chronic Blunt Punch
  • GI Joe: The Wrath of Cobra
  • Penny’s Big Breakaway

The following games have been developed using Limited Run Games’ proprietary Carbon Engine, designed to offer the highest levels of authenticity. Each of the following games, will also be arriving in physical form only:

  • Tomba
  • GEX Trilogy
  • Shantae Advance: Risky Revolution
  • Clock Tower
  • Busby Collection and Tomba 2

Upcoming releases due to ship digitally as well as physically, which also featured in LRG3 2024 included:

  • Fear Effect
  • Fighting Force 1 & 2
  • DoubleShake
  • Renaine and GHOST


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