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Play as a CyberPunk operative and do battle with a stream of dangerous Red attacking simulacrums.

Use anything you can get your hands on from a wide variety of weaponry or simple objects that can be used to inflict any sort of damage to your opponents.

Survive the onslaught and move through the levels of the game hitting, bashing, slicing and shooting you way through the different game modes and mods available for use
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Play as a CyberPunk operative and do battle with a stream of dangerous Red attacking simulacrums.

Use anything you can get your hands on from a wide variety of weaponry or simple objects that can be used to inflict any sort of damage to your opponents.

Survive the onslaught and move through the levels of the game hitting, bashing, slicing and shooting you way through the different game modes and mods available for use



industry for a long time. Usually, the top best and popular games are FPS in nature in one form or the other. From games like CounterStrike to more adventure and exploration games like Far Cry to The Last of Us, shooting one's opponents in first (or third) person mode seems to be the main preoccupation of the game. Let's face it, combat shooters are fun and addictive to play whether one goes it solo or by teams, a challenging game play never fails to draw in a gaming crowd.

In lieu of the tough competition in bringing out a successful shooter game, developers are themselves faced with the challenge of an innovative game design and an interesting and addictive game play. In 2016, game developer SuperHot Team released a unique FPS CyberPunk oriented game for the PC. They called it SuperHot. The game is an all out combat First Person Shooter- First Person Combat game but with a twist. The color scheme's of the game was unique. Except for the computer room, everything is either White, Black, Yellow or Red. All your opponents are Red, the background is White and Black and you (the player) are in Black. As a CyberPunk combat simulation game, this color combination blends in just fine, in fact, it's awesome!

In the game you play a Cyber Operative who has to go through simulation runs by choosing mods, modes and missions via the computer room which though is in full color and quite an eye candy to view. You enter combat where a stream of red humanoid opponents and depending on the game mode you choose, will come at you from all directions armed with an assortment of weapons from blades and clubs to firearms. You either disarm them and use their own weapons against them or pick up any object in sight which you can always somehow turn into a weapon of sorts. Even a lady's shoe can be used effectively on an attacking Red simulacrum.

Different weapons are available for use be they pistols, shotguns, swords, knives, clubs, bottles and anything and everything that can be used as an armament. The environment is varied as they change from level to level so one can always duck for cover should there be any available in the current vicinity of combat. This all looks well and good consider the aesthetics and feel of the game but the unique feature that makes SuperHot so good is the Matrix Style combat game play. If the player stops moving, time literally goes into a crawl in the game. Enemies will look frozen in their positions and one can actually trace the bullet and projectile paths coming one's way just like Neo or Trinity in slow-mo when fighting in the Matrix.

Maybe climbing and running the walls may be just too much but being able to calculate your next move then execute it as time moves again thus being able to dodge whatever the enemy throws at you and return the full favor in kind watching them blow up or rip into tiny winnie Red pieces before your very eyes! This was on the PC and was already awesome as it was. Imagine what it would all look and feel like in VR.

A year later in 2017 after it's first SuperHot release, the company released the VR version of the game. Just like HL Alyx, a player could do in VR what one could not do on contemporary PC Half-Life. The game play of SuperHot basically remained the same but this time, one was in the game (talk about CyberPunk), had actual real body motion and hand controllers to interact with opponents and objects alike. The result was just SuperHot! The game (both PC and VR) became so popular that since it's release, it has an estimated 800K copies sold.

SuperHot is not only fun but comfortable for the player as well. It is currently available for a variety of HMD's from the Vive to the Quest with good frame rates that vary with each headset and graphic quality that optimizes for each. As the color scheme is unique, it does not give discomfort to the eyes (VR wise) and presents a minimum level of motion sickness. As one is playing in VR, the gamer may require some Matrix Style moves although the player is limited to one's physical VR gaming space during the game. However, the game has some blaring short comings like the game boundaries in White which really gets confusing with the environment's White background and as many players complain, the game seems to be too short.

Nevertheless, the game is easy to use and play in VR and uses a sequential type game structure where you have to complete required levels in order to move on. Game progression is challenging as one moves on through the levels. The selection menus are easy to use and have pleasing visual styles for the eyes. This include black pyramids, computers and colored 3.5" floppy disks. SuperHot in both PC and VR is an addictive game to play but playing it in VR brings out the realism of CyberPunk in it.


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