Dolled up: Limited Run reveals physical editions for River City Girls Zero

River City Girls Zero Limited Run

Last year, we divulged Limited Run games was creating physical editions for both River City Girls Zero and River City Girls 2. Unfortunately, Zero was hit with a delay, slipping from late 2021 to early 2022. Regardless, pre-orders will be going up on January 28 for the title, and they come in three different varieties.

I wish there was an option to get the figures from River City Girls Zero separate

There’s some awesome stuff available from Limited Run, provided you have the funds to acquire them:

The Standard Edition is the title on a physical cartridge. It will cost $34.99.

Next is the Classic Edition. It boasts:

  • River City Girls Zero cart
  • Reversible 18″ 24″ poster
  • Retro box that looks just like a SNES case
  • Original soundtrack

Not too shabby. This package will set gamers back $64.99.

Lastly, we have the Ultimate Edition. It contains:

  •  River City Girls Zero cart
  • Reversible 18″ 24″ poster
  • Retro box that looks just like a SNES case
  • Original soundtrack
  • Digital download code for the game
  • Retro cartridge keychain
  • Poseable figures of Kyoko and Misako, complete with alternate faces and appendages

This set isn’t cheap. It will run you $149.99.

Pre-orders for all editions go live on January 28 at 10 am ET. They will run for six weeks. Check the official website closer to the date to nab whatever you fancy.

Enthusiasts, will you be obtaining one of these River City Girls Zero boxes from Limited Run? Let us know below!

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