The Textorcist mixes genres devilishly well, making for a cleverly challenging and engaging title.
The Textorcist is a punishing, brutally difficult game that feels so good to finally conquer. A truly unique and engaging combat system accompanied by great music make this a memorable experience
Whilst I cannot recommend anybody stick around for the story that I could honestly scarcely tell was trying to be funny, serious, or sarcastic, in general I highly endorse The Textorcist. Its compelling and testing gameplay, great art style (especially the hellishly stylistic demons), sweet soundtrack, and awesome theme make for a great title.
Fans of hardcore bullet hell games, or dexterous one-handed typers, this is a match made in heaven for you.
The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia is a solid game that those who love shmups or typing games should check out. Now, Typing of the Dead this is not, but it has its own flavor that’s worth the taste.
The Textorcist offers a unique twist on bullet hell gameplay that's bogged down by annoying design and bad dialogue. Impressive but disappointingly few boss fights provide a few hours of entertainment, but the game has little else to offer.