LRG’s Undercover Cops (SNES) Collector’s Edition unboxing

Earlier this year I placed an order for the collector’s edition of Undercover Cops from Limited Run Games. The item was in production for more than six months, and I kind of forgot I had ordered the item until I recently received a shipping notice. The package arrived Monday, and I spent a little bit of time recording an unboxing of the game.

Undercover Cops is an Irem beat-em-up that released in arcades, but a home version only released on the Super Famicom in Japan. This new release marks the first time the home game has commercially released in the United States, and the collector’s edition brings a bunch of extra goodies along in a complete set.

I always found the game itself to be a bit mediocre, but it’s one of those games where the characters and absurd premise really stick out to me. As such, I was all-in on the extra items bundled with the collector’s edition, especially since this edition didn’t cost all that more than the game itself.

The full set comes with a hard packaging and outer slipcover, a cartridge box complete with the “mutant orange” cartridge and full-colored instruction manual, a sticker set, a certificate of authenticity, a crazy chicken keychain, a double-sided poster, profile cards of the main characters – and the piece that sold me on the edition – a vinyl figure of Rosa Felmonde. The sturdy packaging kept everything safe during its shipping and I was very pleased with the quality of the finished product.

I haven’t had time to actually play the game yet, but that will come in due time and I do believe I’ll be recording a few videos on that experience. Until then, enjoy a short video of me unboxing these contents:

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