Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap PS4 Collector’s Edition Revealed from Limited Run Games

Limited Run Games has given a closer look at the contents of the Collector's Edition for Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap on PS4.

on July 3, 2017 10:08 AM

Launched earlier this year on consoles (and recently-released for PC), Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap brought players back into the world of classic platforming with a stylish refresh of the game’s visuals, with the upcoming physical release from Limited Run Games available to view.

Retailer Limited Run Games has revealed the contents of the upcoming Collector’s Edition for Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap‘s physical release later this year. After Limited Run previously announced that the title would get a physical release, the Collector’s Edition’s reveal highlights the bonus goodies that those looking to nab the game will get.

Included in the Collector’s Edition – which is exclusively for the PS4 version of the title – will be a copy of the game, a two-disc original soundtrack collecting the game’s music, an 18″x24″ poster featuring the game’s artwork, and 10 trading cards collected inside a special collector’s box. In addition to those contents, the game’s case will also feature reversible artwork with both Limited Run’s official art for the game, and new art designed to look after the game’s original 1989 release box art.

No pricing or release information has been revealed yet for either the Standard or Collector’s Edition of Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, but stay tuned for more information once it becomes available.

Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap is available now on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC. For more info on the title, you can check out our full review of the game from Tomas, who scored the game at an 8.5 and found it to be “setting the standard for future remakes” thanks to its lovely visuals and faithful recreation of the original title.

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