Limited Run Games Announces January Releases

Friday, January 6th, 2017

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Limited Run Games has announced its January lineup of new games for fans to check out. They note, however, that dates are still subject to change in case of manufacturing delays and the like. They said in their post that they are quite excited about these new games, and furthermore will be announcing their February lineup next week! In the meantime, let’s look at the January releases. The first one, Oxenfree, is coming on January 20th for PlayStation 4.

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The second and third titles coming in January will be arriving on January 27th. They are Curses ‘N Chaos and Aqua Kitty. Both games will be available for not only the PS4, but also the PS VITA.

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