Breach & Clear (Limited Physical Release)

Platform: Playstation Vita
Edition: (Limited Physical Release)
Format: Americas

Published by Limited Run Games
Released in United States on Oct 29, 2015 at a price of $24.99

The limited physical release of Breach & Clear for the PlayStation Vita. Limited to 1500 copies worldwide.

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First game published by Limited Run Games, which is a division of the game’s developer Mighty Rabbit Studios. Only the second physical Region 1 Vita game release to date to forgo having an ESRB rating.

Limited to a mere 1,500 copies worldwide making it the lowest physical production run game title released for the PlayStation Vita to date.

The limited physical edition was sold exclusively through the Limited Run Games website.


  1. game_player_s:
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  2. leonemesis:
    Just a heads-up guys, Saturday Morning RPG is Limited Run´s next release, it will up for sale on January 29th. It will probably be as limited as Breach and Clear, so if you want one you better act quick.

    Also they have secured their next game, it´s Oddworld Abe´s Odyssey, nice!

    Seems they have a bunch of releases in mind for 2016, so looks like more and more developers are open to releasing physical copies of their games.
    The spokesperson for LRG mentioned on neogaf they will try to release higher profile games if they are able to secure a deal, sounds promising.

  3. Twisted:
    limited run games actually up'ed the output on the Saturday Morning RPG game for the VITA..i think they said around 3000 to 5000 units?...there won't be anymore 1500 run games from here on out they said..there aim is to be within the 5000-10000 units range..for everyone involved to turn a decent profit and make it worth their time...breach & clear with it's 1500 run was an anomaly to see if people would bite and the company can stand on it's the cash was all fronted with personal funds as a business risk decision by the people who came up with the limited run games offshoot..but it sold no losses on their now it's time to ramp up those numbers they said.

  4. Texas Fire:
    Has this game already been sold out?


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