Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, the colourful and cool spiritual successor to Jet Set Radio, was released digitally on PS5 and PS4 at the start of the month. The title is getting a couple of gorgeous physical editions that may interest collectors, with developer Team Reptile, distribution partner Skybound Games, and iam8bit together announcing the collaboration.
Launching on 5th December, the retail version will include a game disc, six die-cut vinyl graffiti stickers, and cover art illustrated by Tan Zhi Hui. There's also an iam8bit Exclusive Edition, which includes the above, as well as a graffiti art booklet, a collectable slipcase, and exclusive cover art, again illustrated by Tan Zhi Hui.
Preorders open imminently, starting from 15th September, and should be in your grasping hands by 5th December. Further, an awesome-looking 3xLP vinyl soundtrack is in the offing, although that isn't expected to ship until Q1, 2024.
Team Reptile does what SEGA-don't
How big a fan of Bomb Rush Cyberfunk were you? Are you committed enough to shell out for these exclusive offerings? Get up in the comments section below.
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I think i'll have this in my collection. I was thinking about purchasing this further down the road but i'm a sucker for cool looking box art and this will be an excellent addition. SoldRead more on pushsquare.com