SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE Reviews
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.
Superhot: MIND CONTROL DELETE is a truly fantastic, challenging shooter that makes an already incredible premise even better
Mind Control Delete breathes new life into the modern classic, adding a whole new dimension to the linear structure of Superhot. From challenging new types of enemies and weapons to new hacks and powerups (and more of the cryptic storytelling), Mind Control Delete adds in enough content to be well worth your time.
SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete feels like the full-length vision of the concept that was the original game. With more abilities, enemy types, levels, and lore, this is one of the easiest games to recommend for fans of the original.
SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE is one of a select few games that forces you to earn the right to feel like a demi-god and one that offers the best gameplay this side of its predecessor.
This spin on the Superhot formula includes a ton of new improvements and features. With an confusing but excellent story and trippy slow mo action, FPS fans will find much to enjoy with Superhot: Mind Control Delete.
If you've never played SUPERHOT, this is a fine place to start. The first SUPERHOT may just serve as a distraction when people approach this one, putting them off early with the ways it doesn't necessarily give them more of what they loved. If you come to this first, however, there's no preconceived notion standing between you and some of the most wonderful core gameplay I've ever engaged with.
SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE truly does live up to its own promise of MORE. The additions to gameplay take the already winning formula and expand upon it, without taking away from what made the first two entries so memorable. It’s some of the most fun I’ve had playing a game, and it’s a game that will definitely have me coming back for MORE.
In the end, Superhot: Mind Control Delete is simply an amazing title.
SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE takes the bullet time brilliance of its predecessor and adds many new toys to its violent chessboard to even more thrilling effect.
SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete is an exquisite game that ticks all the boxes of what a sequel should be. I loved my time with this game with some playthrough's taking me into the wee small hours of the morning. (If you know me and how much I need sleep, this is quite the accomplishment) What this game does beautifully is condense all the flare and pageantry of a full-on FPS into a few minutes of intense bullet-time action which will leave you smiling from ear to ear.
SUPERHOT Mind Control Delete is a worthy successor to an outstanding game. It improves on the original with better level design, switchable perks and more diversity in the combat. It’s such a great formula for a game and one where you will turn on for 10 minutes and be glued to the screen for hours.
The SUPERHOT team delivers on what the original SUPERHOT should have been and it's even better than imagined. A rogue-lite take on the franchise, that feels both familiar and new at the same time. This is the new starting place for the franchise.
For what it's worth, the standalone expansion is a step in the right direction in many ways for a future title and is truthfully a must-have experience for fans of the original.
The various gameplay modifiers and enemy types add to the puzzle-like elements of the original, further evolving Superhot's compelling formula
The game is like a powerful and elaborate version of its predecessor. The team worked well, adding a lot of ways to play Superhot that makes the game more enjoyable. They also added a roguelike formula which fits with the iconic slow-motion gameplay.
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Taking Superhot's amazing and addictive gameplay and expanding it in several directions, Superhot: Mind Control Delete feels exactly right.
Superhot is back with hacks and cores to master, and new enemies to shatter.
Superhot: Mind Control Delete is just more of an already great thing and that’s all I could really ask for out of it.