Surprising, some people gloss over the fact that the Metroid series has its roots in sci-fi horror. Yes, in spite of the series owing a lot of its influence to the Alien series, most people still see the series as more sci-fi adventure, which is fair (given that this is Nintendo, after all). Yet with Super Metroid, a landmark title that celebrates its 25th anniversary today, horror still has a very real presence with the game, despite its more action-oriented leanings.

All these years later, Jaws still endures as one of the all-time great horror movies, and Toy Fair (which doesn’t even actually kick off until tomorrow) has been pretty Jaws-heavy this year with Funko’s reveal of an entire upcoming wave of vinyl toys based on the 1975 classic. Announced by Gizmodo tonight, an official Jaws board game is also swimming our way!