The bright red FPS puzzler SUPERHOT is getting a standalone spin-off game that's set in Japan, according to the original developers.
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Superhot is a badarse shooter where time only moves when you move. Gunfights are bullet ballets where timing is crucial. The VR version is just as stunning, especially when speedrunners are pulling off moves straight from the best action movies.
What this week lacks in quantity it makes up for in quality. Splatoon 2 launches at the end of the week, while PSVR hands will finally be able to get their hands on one of the best VR titles around. Gigantic comes out of beta after a long time in the wilderness, and Xbox fans can finally get their hands on the quirky What Remains of Edith Finch.
If that wasn't enough, Rift fans will also be able to get Lone Echo and its Ender's Game spin-off multiplayer game, Echo Arena. Like I said: This Week In Games is small, but certainly busy.
Today's a public holiday. And while that's great for gatherings and having a good time with friends, sometimes you just want the day to yourself. That's a great situation for playing video games - but sometimes you want something that can be done and dusted in a single day.
Fortunately, there's plenty of great smaller titles that you can enjoy in a single sitting. So if you're looking for a game you can start and finish in a single day, here's 9 titles worth looking at.
Amazon. Green Man Gaming. Steam. Good Old Games. Humble Bundle. Wherever you look today, chances are you'll see a sale and a fat discount.
But not everyone has had the time or wherewithal to consider how hard they would like to throw their wallet at their monitor. So to help out, here's a cross-section of cracking deals on video games that are worth your time.
Exclusives never rub you the right way. Originally, you just had to worry about having the right console, but for VR enthusiasts, having the "correct" headset is fast becoming an issue too. No game better reflects this than SUPERHOT, which has seen its Steam review score plummet as players show their disdain for its Oculus Rift exclusivity.
It feels like I've been waiting years for SUPERHOT, primarily because the art style and the concept has been burned into my brain from the moment early screenshots and trailers hit the internet.
It's one of my most anticipated games for 2016, and I can't wait to see what it's like in VR. But fortunately, the game will be out well before the first shipment of headsets are sent.
If you're itching to see more gameplay of indie shooter Superhot, here's a brand new video to go with a beta that just went out to Kickstarter backers. Check out the devastating baseball bat toward the end and the new "Rewind" feature throughout.