Mega Man 2 30th Anniversary Cartridge

May 3, 2018

Category: Tech

Not only is Mega Man 2 arguably the best in its own franchise, it’s one of the best video games of all time. And this year, it turns 30 – which is extremely old in the world of tech. To celebrate the milestone, the folks at iam8bit are re-releasing the game in a limited edition playable cartridge.

The Mega Man 2 30th Anniversary Cartridge is more than just new packaging, however. Along with the game itself, this limited edition release also includes some special surprises. like a dual-fold box with exclusive artwork, a premium instruction booklet with a foreword by Salvatore Pane (the author who penned the franchise’s history in his Mega Man 3 book), and more. Oh, and did we mention that select random packages feature an extra special translucent glow-in-the-dark blue cartridge? Because they do. Get one of just 8,500 being made now for $100.

Purchase: $100

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