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Will Fight for Food: Super Actual Sellout: Game of the Hour wins my award for most annoying name of a game ever. That aside the game has been released, and they have a new trailer to show off too:

The game premise is odd, really odd, and the gameplay looks a little flat judging from the trailer. The combat seems like it will be exactly the same for every enemy, at least that's what it looks like in the trailer. It didn't really make the combat look all that fun, which isn't good for a game with a lot of it, as it looks repetitive.

About the game (Official)
Jared Casey Dent was a wrestler in a down-and-out bloodstained middle American town. He lost his own tournament in disgrace and vanished into the night. Now he's back, and you must set his life straight using your own home blend of:
- Brutal violence
- Jared’s wavering, hamfisted brand of subtle persuasion
- Side questing for loose change
- Just doing stuff for the hell of it

You can grab WFFF:SAS:GOTH on Steam and the Humble Widget, but it seems the Humble option still might only give a Steam key going by the wording on it.

If you pick it up, let me know if I'm wrong about the combat. I would like to be wrong! Article taken from
Tags: Action, Steam
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DrMcCoy 25 Apr, 2015
Quotebut it seems the Humble option still might only give a Steam key going by the wording on it

Nope, DRM-free builds are coming, apparently:

ArvindDRM-free builds will be ready and sent to stores in a day or two.
Humble Store will have DRM-free builds soon
Liam Dawe 25 Apr, 2015
Good catch, nice.
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