SUPERHOT: Mind Control Delete is the promised free DLC for SUPERHOT while also being a new release for the company and potentially a new game.
It’s also what SUPERHOT always should have been.
SUPERHOT was an excellent game when it came out. SUPERHOT took a novel concept and spread it over thirty-one levels. The story had some issues with how it was told, but the experience was enjoyable and players were able to quickly tackle levels and move on.
I’m Kinglink and this week we’re doing a design review of SUPERHOT Mind Control Delete, with the bonus of being able to talk about the entire family of games here.
If you already own SUPERHOT before the release of SUPERHOT Mind Control Delete, on July 16, 2020, you already own a copy of Mind Control Delete, and you should check it out after this video.
SUPERHOT was a pretty good game from 2016. I enjoyed it quite a bit but if I had to give one complaint, it’s that it was a bit short. I liked it but I wanted more at the end of SUPERHOT. and yet at 25 dollars for the entire experience, I have to admit I felt it probably should have been longer. The good news was that a promise of free DLC, Mind Control Delete was made. This would be a rogue-lite mode with the same gameplay of the original. I was interested but it slipped off my radar.