A competent shooter, but lifeless. You could spend many hours mastering Desync, but it does nothing to earn your time.
A crazy experience, not recommended for players with problems of epilepsy and with a strong "old school" shooter style. Hard, fast & frustrating.
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Beautiful aesthetics and soundtrack wrapping a Doom-alike shooter, slightly marred by unfair and punishing gameplay that could use a good dose of balancing.
An immensely tough, but amazingly satisfying shooter experience for only $15 (USD). If you’re looking for a serious challenge, a brightly colored, uniquely appealing geometric aesthetic, or the best ‘80s soundtrack you never knew you needed in your life, then Desync is your jam.
DESYNC requires a special blend of patience and precision. It’s a raw power buried way in your guts that this game just might awaken in you anew.
DESYNC mixes fast-paced action with gnarly visuals of a bygone era, living up to a promise that that it’ll kick 50 shades of neon out of your butt and then some. Your mileage on such punishing and relentless gameplay however, might vary depending on your tolerance for pain and synth.
I wanted Desync to be good. I’m fan of games that actually test your reflexes and mettle but so much of this title just feels unfair.
Desync is not the worst first person shooter I have ever played, but it just doesn't bring anything to the table to make it that worthwhile either.
DESYNC’s shooting mostly feels good, but ultimately this game is for a niche and mildly masochistic crowd. Hopefully, your mouse and keyboard can take a beating, because that’s exactly what this game is going to provide.