Limited Run Games Shows Off Contra Anniversary Collection Merch Line

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Contra fans are in for a treat, as a brand new collection of merchandise has been announced by Limited Run Games. The news came by way of a tweet yesterday, which showed off some of the goodies that fans can expect.

As you can see in the tweet above, the collection features all sorts of items that will help you survive the harsh landscapes of the jungle, including pins, keychains, skateboards, and, of course, limited edition games. Here is a list of current items and price points from the Contra Anniversary Collection line that Limited Run Games is coming to their site soon:

  • Contra 35th Anniversary Keychain – $ 9.99
  • Contra Anniversary Collection T-Shirt – $ 24.99
  • Switch Limited Run # 140: Contra Anniversary Collection – $ 34.99
  • Limited Run # 446: Contra Anniversary Collection (PS4) – $ 34.99
  • Contra Anniversary Collection – Pin Set (4 Pins) – $ 44.99
  • Contra Anniversary Poster – $ 49.99
  • Switch Limited Run # 140: Contra Anniversary Collection Classic Edition – $ 64.99
  • Switch Limited Run # 140: Contra Anniversary Collection Hard Corps Edition – $ 64.99
  • Limited Run # 446: Contra Anniversary Collection Classic Edition (PS4) – $ 64.99
  • Limited Run # 446: Contra Anniversary Collection Hard Corps Edition (PS4) – $ 64.99
  • Contra Anniversary Collection – Skateboard Decks – $ 74.99
  • Switch Limited Run # 140: Contra Anniversary Collection Ultimate Edition – $ 174.99
  • Limited Run # 446: Contra Anniversary Collection Ultimate Edition (PS4) – $ 174.99
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For more information on the upcoming Contra Anniversary Collection, be sure to head over to the Limited Run Games website. Currently, you can only add a wishlist to the merchandise, though a timer of just under two days is counting down for each item, meaning that pre-orders go live this Friday.

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