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    News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    The Windows, Mac & Linux game has its own Kickstarter campaign.
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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    Kind of like that game timeshift - but looks waym wayyyy better! XD

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    mmm looks interesting

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    ONE HIT KILL makes this the most realistic shooting experience for a game.
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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    I think it looks good. I've only recently learned of illustrated but it seems to give good ideas the chance to flourish. Great idea!

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    Does look very interesting, actual one hit one kill as abychristy said

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    I've played this a few times when Steam was down, as it's linked from the 'www.issteamdown.com' webpage! It's a really nice concept and well executed. Not sure how it'd translate into a full game, but with some additional gameplay modes and a bit of story it could be pretty decent.

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by Nemesis429 View Post
    Does look very interesting, actual one hit one kill as abychristy said
    +1 on this. Just got Kane&Lynch: Dead Men on an XBL offer (just over £3) and this is something that I'm finding really annoying - seemingly having to pump an entire pistol clip into a target to get it/him to fall. Apart from headshots of course.

    As Roobubba says, if this has a decent story tacked on, then I think it's got the potential to be "big" and certainly a lot more interesting than this year's CoD.

    I think it's very likely that I'll be ponying up some money to support this, (by the way, when I checked it had already made it's funding - yay!). One thing interests me though - if it's based in Poland then why are they having to charge extra postage for non-US supporters?

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    Pretty sure I saw NerdCubed playing the earlier version of this on his YouTube channel (probably part of his sadly defunct "Three Free Games Friday" series). Looked to be a really interesting concept.

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by cheesyboy View Post
    Pretty sure I saw NerdCubed playing the earlier version of this on his YouTube channel (probably part of his sadly defunct "Three Free Games Friday" series). Looked to be a really interesting concept.
    Indeed, it was about a year ago I think
    here it is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=50bcOPvOk7c

    It came out of one of the 7day game challenges

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    Would be nice to see a replay at the end of the levels, I want to see the awesome moves I've just pulled off!

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    Re: News - New Superhot FPS video demos unique temporal mechanics

    Quote Originally Posted by Whiternoise View Post
    Would be nice to see a replay at the end of the levels, I want to see the awesome moves I've just pulled off!
    If you check out the stretch goals on the project's Kickstarter page, you'll see:
    $200,000 - Replay Mode
    Relive your awesome actions as real-time replays
    with this frequently asked-for feature
    And to get that they only need about $14,500 over the current total. Which, which 18 days of funding left, sounds possible to me.

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