News: Sisters Royale Limited Edition Now Available

By Neil Flynn 29.02.2020 2

News: Sisters Royale Limited Edition Now Available on Nintendo gaming news, videos and discussion

The supercharged vertical shooter, Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire, released by Stuttgart-based publisher Strictly Limited Games, who specialise in creating quality, unique collectors' editions of digital games, are excited to present Sisters Royale on both PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Sisters Royale is limited to just 1500 Nintendo Switch Collector's edition and 2.500 Limited Edition copies and 999 PlayStation 4 Collector's Edition and 1.500 Limited edition copies worldwide, with both, must have versions available for the affordable, one-off, price of 29.99€/49,99€.
 
The 'I'm Being Harassed by 5 Sisters and it Sucks' physical Collector's Edition presents some high-quality goodies which include:
·         Hardcover CE Box with Magnetic Latch
·         Individually Numbered Game 
·         Hardcover Artbook 
·         Official CD Soundtrack 
·         6 Character Cards
·         A2 Poster
·         Two Sticker Sheets with Lots of Line Stamps
 
To place your order then visit the Strictly Limited Games website to grab a copy.
 
Read Gabriel Jones' review on Sisters Royale to find out more

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Box art for Sisters Royale
Developer

Alfa System

Publisher

Alfa System

Genre

Shooter

Players

1

C3 Score

Rated $score out of 10  7/10

Reader Score

Rated $score out of 10  0 (0 Votes)

European release date None   North America release date None   Japan release date Out now   Australian release date None   

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I'm confused because I just reviewed this game as it was 'new' to switch, but Gabiel's review for this game looks months old.

I'm guessing he reviewed the Japanese version of the game Smilie

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