Developer Telltale Games has signed a deal with Sony to publish its PSN titles as brick and mortar retail disc releases.
The first game from its library to make the jump will be Back to the Future: The Game, which will arrive in shops in October for the same price as the digital version; $19.99. This will be also be joined by a retail Wii version.
The deal is likely to see more of the studio's games appear in plastic boxes soon, with games such as Tales of Monkey Island and Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse sitting in its archive.
Back to the Future was released episodically on PSN. If you missed out on it there are plenty of screenshots and trailers over here.