Super TIME Force Ultra Reviews
A fun 2D shooter and platform game with a retro aesthetic, and that stands out for its frenetic action, its sense of humor and the clever use of 'Time Outs', or temporary projections.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
Those looking for a bombastic, light-hearted game to sink some time into – no pun intended – will surely find just that in Super Time Force Ultra. It's a fantastic side-scrolling shooter in itself, but its stellar level design, personality, and time-travelling capabilities make it into something very special. STFU is one of the best indie releases on PS4.
For the same price as the "smooth" version, available on Xbox One and microsoft's older-generation home console, PC users can take home the Ultra edition of capybara's shmup. It's not the additional characters that make this re-run more interesting, but the challenge rooms that ask to play with the unlikely temporal capabilities of the equally unlikely team of heroes. The "puzzle" component is enhanced, and in short an alternative approach to that of the main adventure, always well rhythmic, which prefers total blasting.
Review in Italian | Read full review
Super Time Force Ultra is a great gaming experience and should not be missed by action-platformer fans. Its funny script including ridiculous missions and time travel stereotypes combine perfectly with its innovative mechanics, assuring a great time.
Super Time Force Ultra mixes shmup action and rewind mechanics to create a bold, action-packed experience that's also heavy on fun, referential, and witty writing.
Chock-full of replay value, the added content makes this the definitive edition. Challenging, but rarely frustrating, Super Time Force Ultra is a strategic run and gun.
Maybe ugly, but incredibly playable. You just need to get to know the mechanics of time manipulation well. Then you will not be able to break away from the console. Stfu you have to play.
Review in Polish | Read full review
Regardless of some pacing problems and uneven gameplay, Super Time Force Ultra has a lot to offer, including interesting level design, a silly sense of humor, and plenty of secret characters.