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Inspired by his love of classic sci-fi anime and an appreciation for Halo's enemy AI, Jake Kazdal and his team at 17-Bit are creating Galak-Z: The Dimensional for the Playstation 4. Kazdal visited our office to show off the new game (and talk about his studio's history in this video) for a large feature in the latest issue of Game Informer. With an emphasis on player agency and taking cues from games like Metroid, Red Dead Redemption, and Fallout 3, Kazdal and his team are bringing the tight controls of the 16-bit generation and adding the depth and finesse of modern gaming for Galak-Z: The Dimensional.
Watch the video below to see a lot more gameplay from Galak-Z: The Dimensional and to learn more about the inspirations and development from Jake Kazdal.
Click here to watch the new trailer for Galak-Z: The Dimensional.
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Haha "Shooting them with little lasers, Pew! Pew! Pew!" Jake Kazdal seems awesome, I will have to keep this game in mind
Looks good. I hope its fun to play.
Oh man knowing that he's a big fan of the older anime makes this that much more awesome. Those explosions do look straight out of every space anime of the 70s and 80s. That ship is a looker, too!
Looks legit. I'll be picking up this title.
Ben "Big Poop" Hanson
This game looks really cool can't wait
So it's basically a random generated open world with hand-crafted dungeons.