SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE for PC
PC - Windows

SUPERHOT: MIND CONTROL DELETE

Jul 16, 2020
8.19
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Good
1326th of 38516

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About this game

Developer: SUPERHOT Team
Content Rating: Teen

Summary

You stand in the center of a firefight. A hail of slow motion bullets is inching slowly towards your face. You see bright red enemies frozen in place as they run towards you. Weapons in hand, they’re stepping over the shattered remains of the foes you just dispatched. Everything is sharp, silent, and still. Light flickers in the red crystal shards coating the cold concrete floor around you. There’s a gun slowly turning in flight right in front of you. An enemy must have dropped it as their dying body exploded in a shower of brilliant red shrapnels.

Gamer Reviews

6619 Reviews
8.38
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Jun 18, 2022

Fast paced first person shooter game. While standing still does help, you still have to have quick thinking and expert handling skills cause while time does stop it only slows down projectiles. All it takes is one hit to kill and die, so you have to be aware of your entire surrounding. Controls are very simple so a tutorial is not necessary. There are only sound effects and no background music since its really not needed in this type of game.

Hami KESKİN

Hami KESKİN

Dec 5, 2020
9.00

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Critic Reviews

25 Reviews
8.00
Brandon AdamsJul 09, 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. Give up control, and accept it for what it is.
David MorganJul 09, 2020
Ultimately, if you’re a sucker for Superhot gameplay, this should scratch the itch. But if you were hoping for some of the clever design and well-paced action of the original, you’re likely going to be a little let down by what amounts to an “endless mode.” Still, it should be said that even now, years after the original’s release, it’s refreshing to return to Superhot’s unique flavor of action.
Brandon JonesAug 02, 2020

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