According to the developer's blog, the upcoming special edition--featuring fantastic box art from Daniel Rapoza--is set to include the Steam version of Super Meat Boy, behind-the-scenes videos, art, and more.
Team Meat hopes the printed version of the game will launch "by the end of January," following the release of the game's level editor. Pricing has yet to be determined, but it "will probably sell for around 20-25 bucks depending on the final price of the printing." The boxed edition will be released independently by developer Team Meat and will only be available for purchase from the dev's site.
Since launch, Team Meat's skinless hero has found his way into the hearts and hands of PC and Xbox 360 owners everywhere--as well as the cross-hairs of Animal Rights group PETA. A Nintendo Wii version was planned but has been delayed.
Cover is beyond awesome.
Exactly. What's wrong with it? Dunno why people don't like it...it has STYLE!
He looks like the Thing from The Fantastic Four :P