Earlier this year, Limited Run Games announced a stack of physical releases for the Nintendo Switch. One of them was Trover Saves The Universe by Squanch Games - a studio established by Rick and Morty co-creator Justin Roiland.
Now, LRG has officially revealed the limited Switch Collector's Edition featuring a reversible poster, post cards, reversible Trover papercraft and a copy of the game for $64.99. You'll also be able to get your hands on a standalone version.
Pre-orders for both the limited and standard physical release will be available next week on 27th November and will be open for four weeks. If you're curious to learn more about this game, check out our review.
Would you be interested in getting your hands on this physical release? Tell us below.
This game is sooo funny!
This was decent
To be fair you have to have a very high IQ to understand Trover Saves The Universe.
Honestly, if you wanna play this game, get a VR version. That's the true Trover experience.
That being said, this physical edition is really cool, especially if you have something preventing you from playing in VR.
@Emob No you just need to not be a fetus and understand more adult jokes.
Edit: Jesus I'm sorry for not watching Rick and Morty and not understanding their jokes lol
You've allowed the most repeated joke about the Rick and Morty fan base to fly right over your head.
I liked the game, but the last world lost me, that flesh world. Did anyone finish the game?
Do these Limited run games increase in value?
They always seem to be double the price of the digital version
@Emob : An IQ of 58008 to be exact.
Still waiting for #28.... two years and counting!
@Gwynbleidd They usually have a standard version for $30 if that's any help to ya.
@Coach_A I'm sorry I don't watch Rick and Morty or make fun of it's fanbase
Take it this will support the switch labo VR
@Doktor-Mandrake Trover Saves the Universe does not support Labo VR, as strange as that may sound. I think it's the same deal with other Playstation VR games that ported to switch - no Labo VR support.
Is this worth getting if I'm only going to play it on my switch lite? I'm interested. And I do love Rick and Morty.
@WoomyNNYes Damn that's weird, I dont have labo VR but gonna be getting a 2nd hand oculus rift for christmas, the old cv1 model as I found one cheap on ebay.. cant wait to try this game as love rick and Morty
They should add labo vr to switch tho even if it comes later
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