SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE

Rating Summary

Based on 56 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

81

Top Critic Average

82%

Critics Recommend

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82 / 100
Jul 9, 2020

A fantastic return to Superhot's slick shootouts, at the expense of the original's deft pacing.

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7 / 10.0
Aug 2, 2020
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8.8 / 10.0
Aug 3, 2020

The various gameplay modifiers and enemy types add to the puzzle-like elements of the original, further evolving Superhot's compelling formula

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Unscored
Jul 17, 2020

Mind Control Delete is a fascinating remix of the concepts that made the first two games so influential.

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7 / 10
Jul 14, 2020

Mind Control Delete throws a few wild twists into the Superhot formula, but it might be too much of a good thing.

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9.5 / 10.0
Jul 21, 2020

It's a power fantasy that makes you work for the right to feel like a god and when your plans come together it's a joyous romp to play.

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Jul 10, 2020

Superhot left players wanting MORE and Mind Control Delete demonstrates that that might have been a good idea.

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8 / 10
Jul 16, 2020

Superhot: Mind Control Delete takes the action puzzles of the original game and throws a wealth of new abilities and weapons into more randomised levels. It takes the core Superhot concept and puts a fresh spin on things. It's a shame that it's let down a little by some technical issues, as it's the best version of Superhot's unique gameplay to date.

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Hobby Consolas
David Martínez

Top Critic

80 / 100
Jul 10, 2020

Mind Control Delete is a unique puzzle game. It adds new levels, powerful enemies and hacks to the original gameplay.

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Jul 9, 2020

If you wanted more of the same then Superhot: Mind Control Delete's idiosyncrasies will probably frustrate you more than entertain, but if you look beyond them you'll find a wickedly addicting game beneath. Mind Control Delete may rely too heavily on rolling the dice to extend its playtime, but fans willing to put their qualms aside will discover yet another fine entry in the series.

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