Limited Run Games’ official Twitter account has released details on their upcoming printing of Oddworld: New N’ Tasty for PS Vita.

Oddworld: New N’ Tasty, by developer Just Add Water is the 2014 re-imagining of 1997’s PSOne cult-hit Oddworld: Abe’s Oddysee, the first game in the Oddworld series starring the whimsically gross creatures called Mudokons.

This will be the fifth Limited Run Games release, which offers fans the chance to own a physical edition of previously digital-only titles for various platforms.

Physical copies of Oddworld: New N’ Tasty will be available for ravenous fans to purchase for PS Vita or PS4 on April 25, 2016 directly from Limited Run Games official webstore.

Are you planning on snatching up this rare release when it launches? Do you enjoy Limited Run Games releases? Belch the sounds of a sentence in the comments below!

  • montie1965

    Hell yeah.
    I hope I’m one of the lucky ones , that will get one of these.

  • Rodolfo Ferreira

    Awesome. Hopefully VBLANK will team up with Limited Run to bring us Shakedown Hawaii in physical format.

    • Shakedown Hawaii, Axiom Verge, and eventually Salt & Sanctuary.

  • Dirty Geeza

    Great game … Got It On sale For $8 … Recently Finished Strangers Wrath From Oddworld games … Which Was One Of The Best FPS i ever played On My Vita ,,…

  • i also try to get a copy 🙂 love that these guys bring physical releases to the vita!!!

  • ederenzi78

    Well, I’m not excited at all by this release. The game is great in itself, and I’ve played it on the Vita till the end, but this conversion (like the one on WiiU – I don’t know how it behaves on PS4) is really full of bugs. It’s not been pointed out enough in the TVL review, but this conversion is a real crap. I wanted to save all the hostages but at one point I HAD to restart a level, just because I saved near an elevator and the game kept exhibiting the bug i which you disappear after having used the elevator …. Enough is enough … I shelved the game without the 100%.

  • Buckybuckster

    This is awesome news!