Flashback Collector's Edition - Nintendo Switch
Review: 5 - "A masterpiece of literature" by , written on May 4, 2006
I really enjoyed this book. It captures the essential challenge people face as they try make sense of their lives and grow to adulthood.

Flashback Collector's Edition - Nintendo Switch

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Due 19th June 2018

  • Flashback, the classic platform adventure game with over 2.2 million units sold, is back on Nintendo Switch!
  • Rediscover this classic, consistently ranked among the top 100 games since its release 25 years ago!
  • One of the first games to use motion capture technology for more realistic animations
  • Game has fully hand-drawn backgrounds and a genuinely gripping science-fiction storyline
  • FLASHBACK 25TH ANNIVERSARY stays completely faithful to the 1992 original, remastered by Paul Cuisset himself
  • Features revamped graphics and a completely remastered soundtrack
  • Use the "Rewind" function with limits corresponding to the level of difficulty
  • Features a new save-game feature
  • Includes the original 1992 version of the game!
  • 25th Anniversary Editon comes in a Collector's Box
  • Also includes a retro style instruction booklet, digitally remastered soundtrack, exclusive numbered metal card and a retro cartridge style metal case



PEGI 12+: Graphic and realistic looking violence is allowed towards fantasy characters and can feature horror content such as a strong threat or graphic injury. Violence to human characters must appear unrealistic unless it consists of minor trivial injury. Sexual posturing as the type seen in music videos is allowed as a sexual innuendo. Some bad language is allowed but no more than mild swearing.  12 is the minimum rating for games which teach or encourage gambling, although the descriptor can also feature on higher rated games.

Any game that would normally be rated at 3 but contains some possibly frightening scenes or sounds may be considered suitable in this category.

This game is rated by Games rating authority and PEGI

The Chelsea Gamer and the Video Standards Council