The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition Sprouts This Fall

Let’s face it, many of us hate eating our vegetables. Soon there will be a game where you can blow them to smithereens! The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition combines the fast and furious gameplay of Smash TV with a host of zombie vegetables just begging to be taken out back and killed. It’s definitely a wacky action game that looks just zany enough that it might be fun! Check out the trailer and PR below:

 

 

OFFICIAL PR:

Merge, an independent video game publisher and distributor, and Still Running, a Finnish indie game studio, are delighted to announce The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition, a mad-cap, top-down 80s shooter, coming to PlayStation4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One this fall.

A twin-stick shooter, The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition sees players battling mutated zombie fruit and veg. Armed initially with a simple pistol, players can upgrade their arsenal with a myriad of weapons and gadgets they uncover as they take on the lethal legumes.

Journeying between cities players experience double the fire-power by buddying-up with a friend. To save mankind, players will need to defeat end of level vegetable kingpins before progressing to the vegetable-ridden alien headquarters and the formidable mothership.  

The game’s content is OVERFLOWING! A single playthrough merely scratches the surface on what The Walking Vegetables has to offer. Randomized buildings, sections, enemies, bosses, weapons and items will make every game a completely unique experience. Combine this with the abundance of achievable skills and unlockable goodies and you are guaranteed to stay engaged and entertained for a loooong time!

The Walking Vegetables: Radical Edition is set for digital release on PlayStation4, Nintendo Switch and Xbox One this fall.

 

 

Craig has been covering the video game industry since 1995. His work has been published across a wide spectrum of media sites. He’s currently the Editor-In-Chief of Nintendo Times and contributes to Gaming Age.

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