A 'retro' developer and publisher called 'Super Fighter Team' will release a new SNES game next year. Well, it will be expensive: $68 USD on the USA and $75 on the rest of the world.
Yes, a retro game developer/publisher called 'Super Fighter Team' will release a new SNES game next year. Called 'Nightmare Busters', this is a 'run and gun' title.
According to the developer this will be the first new game released for the platform in the U.S. since 1998. Described as a 'run and gun' title, there has been such demand that not only has the company decided to accept pre-orders, but is also boosting the initial run to 600 copies, double the normal first batch. Citing production costs as a factor, the game will cost $68 dollars for U.S. customers and $75 for the rest of the world.
Well, $68-$75 is somewhat expensive, and you will only get:
One (1) copy of Nightmare Busters for the Super Nintendo; a game cartridge with full color label, which supports both PAL and NTSC based systems.
One (1) full color instruction manual.
One (1) full color cardstock box to house the game cartridge and instruction manual.
Anyway, apparently this is an unreleased SNES game from 1995, but according to them "Nightmare Busters is fully licensed from the original developers / IP holders, meaning our product is endorsed by its creators and thus, 100% genuine."
Shipping is expected at an unspecified point in 2013, are you willing to pre-order that?
Because we have committed ourselves to accepting pre-orders for the first 600 copies of Nightmare Busters, we ask that only the most serious fans participate in the pre-order process: in essence, individuals whom are eager to play and enjoy the game and are therefore willing to patiently wait for its release date. This will ensure that processing and delivery is streamlined for everyone.