Places, please! Frima, independent Canadian game developer, has announced today that Talent Not Included, their theatrical drama-filled action/combat platformer, will be released on Xbox One on April 5th. After launching to critical acclaim on PC via Steam last August, Frima’s creative team is delighted to invite Xbox One fans to the Talent Not Included stage for the performance of a lifetime, this April… Ready? Action!
Talent Not Included is an action/combat platformer where mechanical soldiers, animals, hard-headed monsters, and rotating cylinders will challenge you in one of the most demanding plays to ever hit the stage! Set in the fantasy land of Notthatmuchfurther, the game tells the story of three monsters: Zordok, Derp, and Kevin, all three huge fans of slaughter, bloodbaths, and Shakespeare.
One night, as they were bored out of their minds, they decided to put on their own play. Unfortunately, nothing went as planned…That’s mostly because Zot, a demonic critic hired for the occasion, chose three mediocre actors with strong personalities, hoping to sow hell on stage for the public and his own amusement.
Break a leg! As you will be playing these actors in hopes of making a nice profit out of your marvelous performance! Come on! Show’s this way!
Talent Not Included brings a whole new platformer gameplay experience, with its cylinder-based action machinery! This exciting mechanic is suited for casual and hardcore gamers alike, as it introduces a completely innovative and never-seen-before kind of game.
If you’re the kind of player that likes to go co-op, this game has it all! Go head-to-head with your girl/boy/undetermined/other friend(s) and show them the lovely paper craft-inspired art style that will have everyone talking. Seriously though, everyone!
BE WARNED: This is a fun game for fun people only. If you feel like you meet these qualifications, gear up and bring on the talent, for Talent Not Included is about to give you the time of your life, or your money not back (nice try, though).
Talent Not Included is coming to the Xbox One on April 5th 2017. It’s also available on PC and Mac – check it out on Steam through this link.