Cancel The Trick Or Treating – Zwei The Ilvard Insurrection Is Coming To PC

Posted on 23 Oct 2017

Chances are even if you love JRPGs you’ve never even heard of Zwei, let alone that it has a sequel or that it was a big multiplatform release. That’s because it was only released in Japan back in 2001 (and the PC “Plus” version of the sequel in 2008) but now you can put on your big boy pants and pick a new waifu from the adorable characters of Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection.

Look, just take our word for it and read the press release below because frankly we need to go be a bit excited, maybe hyperventilate a bit. Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection launches on PC on Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store on 31 October 2017 and will cost £24.99.


XSEED Games Scares Up a Launch Date for Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection Nihon Falcom’s Classic PC Action RPG Debuts its Unique Humor and Charming Dual Protagonists in the West This Halloween Torrance, Calif. – October 23, 2017 – XSEED Games, the independent-minded publishing brand of Marvelous USA, Inc., today announced that Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection, from acclaimed RPG developer Nihon Falcom, will launch on Windows PC via Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store by Humble Bundle on October 31 with a 10% off launch discount from its regular selling price of $29.99/€29.99/£24.99. Originally released for PC in Japan in 2008 as Zwei II Plus, Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection brings the cult classic into the modern HD era with visual improvements and, for the first time, a full English localization complete with over 2000 never-before-voiced lines to bring the game’s strange and eclectic characters to life. Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection is a charmingly presented action RPG featuring a unique food-based experience system, a colorful cast of characters, and a quirky, standalone narrative. When the haughty vampire princess Alwen du Moonbria saves the life of brash, treasure-hunting pilot Ragna Valentine by binding him to her service through a blood contract, the unlikely duo must set off to recover Alwen’s stolen magic and her ancestral castle. Players take control of the dual protagonists throughout their adventures, using Ragna’s physical prowess and weapons alongside Alwen’s mastery of magic to discover the combinations that best fit their playstyle and the obstacles they must overcome. The game’s real-time combat is tied to a leveling process that allows players to choose when to apply experience through a unique food-based experience system. Rather than earning experience after combat, experience is gained by eating a variety of foods, which also serve as the game’s primary source of healing. And if players wait to chow down, they can combine their food into far superior culinary delights that grant significantly more experience! This means that players can tailor the challenge presented by their enemies through a steady diet, either by eating everything that crosses their path or by saving up for a greater gain in the future! A wide variety of pets can fight alongside players, too, helping take down some of the massive bosses encountered on this lengthy adventure through the land of Ilvard. Fans of vampires, treasure-hunting, fairies, ninjas, luchadores, cat-people, vintage airplanes, magic castles, robots, chickens that lay bombs, chain-smoking nuns, and more will find lots to love with Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection! Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection - Alwen Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection was developed by Nihon Falcom and will be published worldwide for Windows PC by XSEED Games via Steam, GOG, and the Humble Store by Humble Bundle on October 31 with a 10% off launch discount from its regular selling price of $29.99/€29.99/£24.99. The Windows PC game is not rated by the ESRB. More information on the game can be found on its website at www.visitilvard.com For more information on XSEED Games products, please visit www.xseedgames.com. Fans can also follow XSEED Games on Facebook, Twitter, and keep up with their localization blogs, including a few for Zwei: The Ilvard Insurrection on Tumblr.
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