Limited Run Games – Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Collector’s Edition is Dancing to the Beat of the Drums
It has finally happened! I have picked up a copy of Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse Collector’s Edition from Limited Run Games, but for $150! THAT IS TOO MUCH! It’s my fault that I waited so long to get it, but it’s worth it. Special thanks to KaivenX, who is a supporter and a fan of my content for a very long time. Also, he’s the only one who put up with me. youI have received the copy of that awesome bundle! Plus, I’m excited that I won’t have to worry about working on a month of Shantae in September, once I picked up a copy of Shantae: Half Genie Hero for the Switch. Now the main question is, will I ever get to pick up the ACTUAL copy of the Shantae game for the Game Boy Color??? Just look at the price of that game! It cost me my own freakin’ house just to pick that up!
So, If you want the Collector’s Edition, it’s on eBay and on Amazon, but it costs around $150 to $399. It’s highly expensive, and you want the game itself, you can pick it up for at least $80 to $99 dollars. Physical copies are expensive now a days for games like Shantae, and Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness and the Secret Hideout for the Switch, so the cheapest route is to pick it up via digital. Nowadays, digital copies itself are 100% best options in gaming these days, which I will make my own take of digital vs physical copies in the near future. Anyways, if you enjoy this pickup and unboxing video, be sure to comment! If you’re on YouTube, leave a like! If you’re on Facebook, give me a positive reaction! I’m also on PopGeeks, and if you’re willing to comment there, sign up on the forums as well! I will love to hear your feedback! Thanks for watching this video, thanks for reading this blog, and support Pop Geeks and the Super Ace Gamer Brand: YOUR BACKLOGGING ENTERTAINMENT!
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