First person, Nintendo Switch survival game Green Hell – published by the ever reliable indie publisher Forever Entertainment – is being given the lavish special edition treatment by the publisher’s physical game label, Forever Limited.
Though available in a more basic – but still definitely desirable – edition that comes complete with the game in a Switch case with a reversible cover, a darkly funny ‘Snails are delicious’ sticker and a numbered certificate, the main attraction in terms of presentation and general value is the limited edition, which contains some seriously impressive extras.
Limited to just 1500 copies worldwide, the more lavish package of the two contains the reversible cover, sticker and numbered certificate (along with the game itself of course!) – but also three enamel pins, a branded cleaning cloth, a very practical credit card-sized multitool and a collector’s box to hold all of the goodies.
The limited edition is – as of the time of writing – still available for the very reasonable price of 59.99 EUR. Forever Limited are rapidly making a name for themselves as a publisher that produces some seriously impressive special editions – some with editions that are even more impressively packaged than the limited edition featured here – and Green Hell is merely the latest of their excellent offerings. You can check out the rest of their games – as well as other merchandise they offer – at this link.
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