Hyperviolent is a brutal retro FPS that attracts inspiration from 90’s classics as you look into an asteroid mining colony which is been ravaged by a mysterious an infection.
In Hyperviolent you are a lone hero who has responded to a distress signal that originated from a mining colony on the Commodus Asteroid 27-C. Following docking your ship it shortly becomes clear that a fatal an infection has turned all the inhabitants into senseless monsters and you will have to battle your way by them as you lookup for responses.
While it is inspired by 90’s shooters, Hyperviolent is a tiny slower paced and RPG-like then the likes of Doom and Quake. There are plenty of optional knowledge logs to go through, minimal puzzles and there is also assure of upgradeable weapons in the entire match. One particular especially awesome element is that you can select specific weapons and products to carry in just about every hand and fireplace them independently working with the still left and suitable mouse buttons.
As it is even now early in advancement there are some difficulties with Hyperviolent. Most notably switching guns is a minimal fiddly, there is no reload button and the video game has some extreme framerate issues. It shows a whole lot of promise though and feels like a pretty one of a kind just take on the retro FPS genre.