The Limited Run Games’ Forever Physical E3 showcase was a seemingly non-stop torrent of physical versions of fan-favorite and brand new titles. Two particular standouts were the physical releases for Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol and Huntdown.

Not only will Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol be receiving an SNES release alongside its Switch counterpart, but all titles will be receiving loaded physical editions full of goodies such as an action figure, a water gun, and even a cassette tape!

 

 

Lucasfilm Games’ classic, Zombies Ate My Neighbors on Switch, which will come packaged with Ghoul Patrol standard. This is a fine offering, of course, but what really makes this physical release stand out is its Collector’s Edition. This gargantuan set includes the following:

 

  • A physical copy of Limited Run #411: Zombies Ate My Neighbors & Ghoul Patrol on Nintendo Switch
  • Manual with 3D gallery
  • Zeke’s 3D glasses
  • Official Nintendo Switch sized SteelBook with 3D art
  • Official CD soundtrack collection
  • Red water gun
  • Reversible 18″ x 24″ posters
  • 10 retro monster cards
  • Premium Collector’s Box with spinning hypno disc

 

The base version of Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol will include a copy of the game with interior art, and a full-color 3D manual with 3D glasses, and will be available to pre-order for $34.99 starting on Friday, June 18th at 10 a.m. ET. 

The Collector’s Edition will be available to pre-order at the same date and time as the standard edition, and will be a bit pricier at $99.99.

The SNES versions of the games will see the two titles broken up into separate releases, with a Classic and Premium Edition of each. 

 

 

The Premium Edition of Zombies Ate My Neighbors on SNES will be available to pre-order for $89.99 starting on Friday, June 18th at 10 a.m. ET., and include the following:

 

  • A physical cartridge of Zombies Ate My Neighbors for the SNES
  • Manual with 3D gallery
  • Zeke’s 3D Glasses
  • Original CD soundtrack
  • Enamel pin
  • Commemorative metal coin
  • Reversible 18″ x 24″ poster
  • Art cards
  • Authentic retro game box
  • Deluxe premium box to store everything inside

 

The Classic Edition of Zombies Ate My Neighbors will include the cartridge, manual, and box, and will be available to pre-order for $59.99 on the same day and time as the Premium Edition.

 

 

The Premium Edition of Ghoul Patrol on SNES will be available to pre-order for $89.99 starting on Friday, June 18th at 10 a.m. ET., and include the following:

 

  • A physical cartridge of Ghoul Patrol for the SNES 
  • Manual
  • Commemorative metal coin
  • Original CD soundtrack
  • Enamel pin
  • Acrylic standees
  • Reversible 18″ x 24″ poster
  • Art cards
  • Authentically sized and designed retro box
  • Deluxe premium box designed to hold and store everything inside

 

The Classic Edition of Ghoul Patrol will include the cartridge, manual, and box, and will be available to pre-order for $59.99 on the same day and time as the Premium Edition.

Pre-orders for all versions of Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol will close on Sunday, July 18th at 11:59 p.m. ET.

 

 

That brings us to Huntdown, which will only be available as a big release full of goodies – though it has arguably the most impressive set of extras of the group, so it’s well worth the extra cash required to snag one. The physical version of this side-scrolling action-comedy arcade-shooter from Coffee Stain Studios is available to pre-order now for $79.99 and includes the following:

 

  • Huntdown physical game for the Nintendo Switch
  • Collector’s Box with sleeve
  • John Sawyer action figure
  • Three button pins
  • Four embroidered gang patches
  • A 50+ page art book
  • The soundtrack on cassette
  • A reversible 18″x24″ poster

 

This physical release of Huntdown is extremely limited, with only 1,800 copies being made available worldwide.

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A writer and dreamer who loves all things tropical, bright, colorful, and shiny. Marcus is obsessed with Kingdom Hearts and patiently awaits its triumphant return to Nintendo hardware. He has a (totally real) court order that requires him to always have a 3DS or Switch on his person when leaving the house for more than a few hours.

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