If you just happen to like 16-bit retro-like action platformers, then I got some really good news for you.

You see,  Play-Asia just informed us that Serkan Bakar’s retro-inspired action platformer “Ghoulboyis getting a physical release for Playstation 4 and PS Vita on February 14th:

“GhoulBoy is a retro-inspired action platformer where you’ll slay as many monsters as you can, collect loot, avoid dangerous traps and defeat menacing bosses!

GhoulBoy brings back the look and feel of the very best classic retro platformers from the 90’s, introducing refreshed and engaging gameplay mechanics. If you miss platformers from the 16-bit era, GhoulBoy is for you!

1,000 copies of each version (PS4 & PSVita) will be produced and made available for sale on February 14th. No standard edition will be sold. No reprint.

Limited Edition:
– Collector’s Box
– Game Cart/Disc (Region Free)
– Full Color Manual
– Original Soundtrack
– Numbered Certificate

Standard Edition: $24.99
Limited Edition: $34.99
Free shipping available worldwide!”

ghoulboy via play-asia

The standard edition of “Ghoulboy” has been priced at 24,99 USD, while the limited edition has a 34,99 USD price tag via Play-Asia.

As awesome as that is though, please keep in mind that there will only be 1,000 copies available on February 14th via Play-Asia.

In other words, if you want a physical copy of “Ghoulboy”, then you better be very quick about it.

***Disclosure***
We (TGG) are a part of the Play-Asia family, and we may receive a profit cut out of your purchase via the Play-Asia links in this article.

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