-text c-gray-1″ >The latest issue of Famitsu has revealed something bizarre and magical from Sega: English of the Dead. Like Typing of the Dead, English is a conversion of House of the Dead 2 in which players must write words to defeat zombies. In English of the Dead, however, the zombies’ words are in Japanese and players must translate them into English in order to score a kill. There’s also a listening mode in which the zombies speak English, and boss battles with varying gameplay — the Hydra, for example, is a multiple-choice translation test. This is a training game we could get very excited about, and we know English.
The most amazing thing about this game, to us, is that Sega ported House of the Dead 2 to the DS just to do this. Maybe they’re trying to teach English to … the people who wrote House of the Dead 2’s script. They could use the help. Go, Kuarl (past the post break for the full scan)!
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