Speed Limit gets a limited physical release

Strictly Limited Games, in conjunction with Croatian developer Gamechuck and indie games publisher Chorus Worldwide, is happy to announce that their exciting old school action game, Speed Limit, will be released as a physical box version on both Nintendo Switch and Sony PlayStation 4 (also playable on PS5). 

The exclusive pre-order for this unforgettable arcade experience will start from Strictly Limited Games on February 21st.

Speed Limit is a super-fast-paced genre-morphing arcade-style action game with beautifully animated pixel art. When a disheveled stranger hands you a gun during your daily commute, everything goes horribly wrong, fast. Speed Limit is an old-school action extravaganza that will raise adrenaline levels, and test all reflexes to the max.

The gameplay and perspective change radically every two stages as you jump into ever faster modes of transport; starting with a commuter train, through a convertible sports car and all the way to a fighter jet. As the speed of the vehicles ramps up, so too does the intensity of the action. Speed Limit is fast, and it is hard. You will certainly die a few too many times but the excitement constantly mounts as you progress further into what is a game that has already garnered many awards for the development team.

Speed Limit is a must-play for all retro gamers:

  • A thrilling genre-switching rollercoaster that will test your reflexes
  • The gameplay transitions seamlessly between six different retro genres
  • Unlockable endless mode
  • Race against the clock in time trial mode
  • All graphics are hand-drawn frame-by-frame
  • Fast and gritty synthwave soundtrack

Exclusive, physical editions

The Limited Edition is available for €29.99, limited to 3,300 copies for Nintendo Switch and 1,700 copies for PlayStation 4 worldwide.

Justin Ortiz

Introduced to video games when he was only five, after dying somewhere around four thousand times while playing Star Tropics, he never looked back. Some of his favorites range from titles like Shenmue and Metal Gear Solid 3 to Half-Life 2, Manhunt, and the Dark Souls series. Justin has a passion for vinyl records, and loves to collect video game memorabilia. If he had one wish, it would be to travel back to 1984 Miami.

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