Moon: Remix RPG Adventure is getting a physical edition from Limited Run Games

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If you’re the type that likes their games to have that new plastic smell, Moon: Remix RPG Adventure (which sometimes just goes by moon, but I refuse) is getting physical housing by way of Limited Run Games. It will come in both standard and collectors edition flavors. It’s perhaps worth noting that this is not a numbered release and, therefore, not part of the Limited Run Collection. It’s simply being distributed on Onion Games’ behalf.

Moon: Remix RPG Adventure was the first game by mythical studio Love-de-Lic back in 1997 for the PlayStation. Despite the entire run of Love-de-Lic titles remaining exclusively in their homeland, the developer gained many followers for their weird and charming game designs. After a run of three games, the studio splintered into separate directions, including Vanpool, Skip Ltd., and Punchline. Their design philosophy largely followed, with games like Chulip and Chibi-Robo greatly resembling their Love-de-Lic roots.

Yoshiro Kimura, now helming Onion Games, went to the effort of translating Moon: Remix RPG Adventure and released it on Switch back in the horrible year of 2020. Destructoid’s own CJ Andriesson and I (back when I just went by Adzuken) subjected it to a tag-team review where we were both fond of it mostly from a historical perspective but found some of its rougher edges a bit more difficult to swallow.

Nonetheless, this is perhaps the first Limited Run Games release that I feel I just can’t let slip by. Usually, I’m put off by the shocking price of shipping, but my immense fondness for everything tangentially related to Love-de-Lic pushes me to hit that purchase button. Not sure I need all the stuff in the collector’s edition, though.

Moon: Remix RPG Adventure is available on Switch, PC, and PS4. So far, it looks like only the Switch version is getting a physical release. The collector’s edition comes with an art book, four “theatre cards,” and a CD of… something. Pre-orders start February 28, 2023.


Zoey Handley
Staff Writer - Zoey is a gaming gadabout. She got her start blogging with the community in 2018 and hit the front page soon after. Normally found exploring indie experiments and retro libraries, she does her best to remain chronically uncool.