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Superhot: Mind Control Delete treads very familiar ground to the original. Time slows to a crawl when you don't move, and you use this quirk to outmanoeuvre and kill countless crimson crystalline men. In terms of gameplay, this follow-up isn't a huge leap forward, but there's plenty of twists to the formula that make this a must-play...
We do love Superhot here at Push Square, whether it's in PlayStation VR or not. The original game is small, but has a fantastic central idea that turns the first person shooter into a slow-mo puzzle. If you want more of that stylish, time-moves-when-you-move action, Superhot: Mind Control Delete is right around the corner. This brand...
SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE is a full-featured, standalone game set in the SUPERHOT universe. It is four times larger than the original SUPERHOT, expanding on its signature time-bending gameplay that millions of fans know and love. It allows the players to delve deeper into its slick, polished world, to spend hours upon hours in intense slow-motion combat, fighting their way through layers of the system, uncovering mysteries, searching for meaning.
Still outnumbered and always outgunned, new enemies swirl around you in a storm of slow-motion violence. Battle after battle, each fallen foe pushes you closer to the secrets hiding in the game. You feel an obsession set in. Good, it’s just a game. Good, you can just stop.
The closer you get to the core, the more powerful you become. You amass an arsenal of new skills and new weapons. You uncover snippets of precious knowledge - of the meaning that you crave so much. You shoot and slice. You move forward. You repeat. You repeat. You repeat. It becomes a ritual. It starts to mean something again.