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Developer: Wales Interactive
Genres: Action, First-Person Shooter
Choose your loadout wisely as you’ll manically swap out active guns on the fly in a 16-tier Campaign or Custom Arcade Mode complete with perks, challenges and mystery items. Immerse yourself in a post-apocalyptic world, prehistoric jungle, icy wasteland and a futuristic metropolis.
For each zone you’ll handpick a selection of guns to suit your play style and battle with a timed-reload system as you unlock an arsenal of over 25 mix-and-match dual wielding weapons.
Finding it too challenging? Keep an eye out for a Time Paradox — they might just give you an unfair advantage!
• Immersive first-person VR shooting action
• Unlock, upgrade and mix-and-match over 25 dual wielding weapons!
• A frenzy inducing timed-reload system. Shoot, drop, switch, repeat!
• Realistic and dynamic environments with 16 unique locations
• Catch your breath with the time-stalling paradox
• Dinosaurs, monsters, robots and zombies!
• Punishing challenges for weapon perks and arcade cheats.
Time Carnage - VR Gameplay Trailer (PSVR, Vive, Rift)
Time Carnage - VR Announcement Trailer (PSVR, Vive, Rift)
Time Carnage fails to do anything interesting with its gimmick, and thus this is nothing but just another shooting gallery. There's a certain amount of fun to be found in the arcade and challenge modes, but slogging through the campaign to unlock the levels and perks contained within them is a complete borefest.
Time Carnage is far from being an example for other games - due to its repetitive, uninspired nature and dull gameplay, Time Carnage ends up not providing the players with any reasons to enjoy the experience and the result is a game that is easily avoided and whose only main quality is being correctly organized and without bugs.
Review in Portuguese | Read full review
Time Carnage harks back to the good old days of heading down to the arcade to play House of the Dead or Virtua Cop, where you'd drop a couple of coins into a virtual shooting gallery and kill zombies all evening. While this indie shooter lacks the reliable precision of those light gun classics, it at least offers an enjoyable FPS alternative amid Switch's growing selection.