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Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World Out On May 28 | PS4Blog.net

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Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World from ININ Games and STUDIOARTDINK is releasing on PS4 and Nintendo Switch on May 28. Come check it out!


Asha must free the four spirits being confined by evil forces whose origin she discovers throughout her journey. Luckily, she embarks on to this big adventure with her companion Pepelogoo.

While the story remains true to the original game from 1994, the game is a full remake of Monster World IV, with cell-shaded 3D graphics and 2D gameplay that stays close to the beloved original gameplay as well as enhanced visuals and refined play content.


You can get the games digitally or physically, thanks to our friends over at Strictly Limited Games by clicking right here.

You can get the Limited Edition for €39.99. Then we have the Collector’s Edition for €99.99, which includes a Monster World Map, 2x OST (Original + Remix), an Artbook, a Squishy Ball Pepelogoo, and more.

And then, we get the Mega Collector’s Edition for €179.99. This edition celebrates the origins of the game and includes everything from the CE and more awesome items like the Asha and Pepelogoo Figurine (18cm / 7.1″), Asha Pixel Pin, a Vinyl Sticker for your console and more!


But what if you want even more cool stuff? Then you can get the Mega Collector’s Edition for €179.99! This one celebrates the origins of the game and includes everything from the CE and more awesome items like the Asha and Pepelogoo Figurine (18cm / 7.1″), Asha Pixel Pin, a Vinyl Sticker for your console and more!

Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World MEGA Collector's Edition

We’ll be working on a review for Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World, so be sure to stick around at PS4Blog.net!


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