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Quake collector’s edition rumbles onto Limited Run Games

If you’re a Quake fan, you’re already having a great week thanks to the re-release. Well get ready for more because LRG has something special cooked up.

Collecting Quake

One of the coolest storefronts on the web, Limited Run Games specializes in exactly what their name suggests- small print runs. The games picked are typically digital in nature, and so the only place to get a physical disc or cart is via the retailer.

Once in a while too, they come out with a massive collector’s edition. A big-box that’s loaded with stuff, and just begging to have a place on your shelf. This would be one such occasion, as far as I’m concerned, as we’re talking Quake here.

Fresh off of a re-release for modern consoles, ID Software’s second (third?) baby is back in fine form. So of course it need a CE to reflect that.

Yeah, that’s your big boy right there. As you can see this CE is packed, and comes complete with a ton of goodies. The above is the “Ultimate Edition” though, and LRG will have a total of three different versions of Quake ready for pre-orders.

Here’s what’s included with each:

  • Quake Deluxe Edition (PlayStation 4Nintendo Switch): $79.99
    • Quake Steelbook
    • 18×24’ Double Sided Poster
    • Metal Quake Logo Keychain
    • Commemorative Metal Coin
    • Deluxe Edition Box
  • Quake Ultimate Edition (PlayStation 4Nintendo Switch): $174.99
    • Includes everything from the Deluxe Edition
    • Quake Logo Shirt
    • Ring of Shadows
    • Enamel Pin
    • 3’ Metal Shambler Figure
    • Commemorative Metal Coin
    •  Steelbook
    • 18’ x 24’ Reversible Poster
    • Metal Keychain
    • Motorized Rotating Quake Quad Damage Replica Statue
    • Numbered Certificate of Authenticity
    • Nail Gun Ammo Outer Box

While none of the above are ready for pre-order yet, they will be soon enough. August 27th (at 10am eastern) is the date when you’ll be able to plunk your PO down, with a closing of September 26th. Past that, it’s pretty unlikely you’ll be able to score one of these for yourself. So if you want to lock one up, make sure you get one while the getting is good.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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