Robo Recall Download:
A thin layer of tongue-in-cheek story sends you out to “recall” hordes of defective robots in the same sense that Rick Deckard “retires” replicants in Blade Runner, except with more action-hero flair. I love the sense of freedom I get every time a group of robots descends on me, because there are so many ways you can break them. There’s the obvious option to simply draw pistols from your hips and blast away until they crumble, which is not a bad way to go. The simple act of shooting in Robo Recall feels great. The loud sound effects and as much rumble as the Touch controllers can muster. Also robots react satisfyingly to the impact depending on what body parts you hit. How To Survive 2
Though you can generally do alright by standing in place in each area and blasting away. You’re cleverly incentivized to keep on the move as you fight – not just by the prodding of your AI assistant when it sees you’ve sat in one place for too long or the shieldbearer robots who’re begging to be double-shotgunned in the back. But also by a scoring system that builds a multiplier by picking up chips left in the place where a bot was smashed to bits. Bouncing around using the intuitive teleportation controls can be a little disorientating, but I got the hang of it before too long. Especially thanks to the ability to determine which way you’ll face when you land.
- OS: WINDOWS 10 64 Bit
- Processor: Intel Core i3-6100 3.70GHz
- Memory: 8 GB RAM
- Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970
- Storage:6 GB available space