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Game Talk Ep.11 – Alter Food Magic, High Japanese Inside

By   /   Apr 16, 2015

Another week has arrived and that already marks the 11th episode of Game Talk, where every project, big or small, gets a chance to shine.

We open the week with Magicka Wizard Wars. This free-to-play spinoff from publisher Paradox Interactive will go out of Early Access and launch in full next week.

If you’ve ever wanted to see a shark, dinosaur and unicorn in the same game, The Alterverse Project has you covered. It’s even possible to create entire worlds in this one.

After a stealthy release years ago, Will Fight For Food: Super Actual Sellout: Game of the Hour, as the main title is being renamed, is coming to Steam. Either talk to people to solve your problems or punch them all dead; the choice is yours.

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Just like last week, this episode of Game Talk has a theme, namely Japanese games. We discussed localizations nearly every video now, but there are a bunch of them at once, this time.

For starters, Project X Zone 2 has been announced. The sequel to the Nintendo 3DS game will throw in even more crossover content, from Mega Man to .hack characters.

Saint Seiya: Soldier Soul is the second Bandai Namco announcement. It’s the first time that a Saint Seiya game will be made available on Steam.

Publisher NIS America is doubling the above effort and bringing four games to Europe in the coming year. One of those titles is Etrian Mystery Dungeon, which recently released in North America.

Other games to look forward to are Shin Megami Tensei Devil Survivor 2: Record Breaker, as well as Etrian Odyssey® 2 Untold: The Fafnir Knight for Nintendo 3DS. Dungeon Travelers 2: The Royal Library & the Monster Seal will arrive on Playstation Vita.

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High Strangeness comes to Wii U and PC on May 6. This title has the honor of being the first-ever successful Kickstarter-funded game project.

In Steam Greenlight this week, we highlight Little Devil Inside, because it looks like a solid adventure with some quality environments and tense combat.

We’re off to look for more cool things we can highlight in the next Game Talk. If you spotted anything, give us a shout.