Pixel Ripped 1989 Physical Editions will release on April 12th 2021
It has been a long journey but we are nearly at the end.
I am so pleased to tell you that highly awarded VR retro adventure Pixel Ripped 1989 (trailer) will receive an extremely limited Pink Cassette Physical Edition on April 12th for PlayStation VR owners. With only 1500 copies, the Pink Cassette Edition will be exclusively available to purchase on the Perp Games Store (link).
The Pixel Ripped 1989 Pink Cassette Edition will cost £29.99 and the Pixel Ripped 1989 Physical Edition will cost £19.89 (see what we did with the price:).
As well as the Pink Cassette Edition, we will also be selling a standard physical edition of Pixel Ripped 1989 on PlayStation VR. This standard edition will be exclusive to the Perp Games Store, is not limited, and will be available for as long as there is demand.
This special edition is something we are really excited about and I would personally like to thank everyone for their understanding and patience with the delay.
The Pink Cassette Edition contains the long sought after PlayStation VR physical edition of Pixel Ripped 1989, but it will be presented in an authentic, 1980s style game box.
Also included in the box is a limited edition retro pink cassette USB drive, which is packed with digital goodies, like the official soundtrack for Pixel Ripped 1989, wallpaper and exclusive art. There will even be a limited edition set of 3 postcards, with one signed by the Game Director, Ana Ribeiro.
Pixel Ripped 1989 is an award-winning, multidimensional homage to retro gaming and is a highly original take on the 8-bit generation only possible through the power of Virtual Reality.
If you’re ordering from the UK, simply go to the Perp Games Store and check out the item as normal.
If you’re ordering from outside of the UK, please send an email to email@example.com with your full address to receive a quote, including postage. You can also request and choose whether to receive an ESRB or PEGI copy of the game.
Pre-orders for both the Pink Cassette and Standard Editions of Pixel Ripped 1989 are open.