Were you not convinced of the wonders of time travel by our review? Well let Evan Narcisse take you on an adventure through the internet of the future with Jean Rambois and Dolphin Lundgren.
You know how the last 60 seconds on the clock of a NBA game can take 18 actual minutes to play through because of time-outs or commercials? Super Time Force is kinda like that, only awesome instead of annoying.
Just in case you forgot how cool Super TIME Force looks, here are some screens. Some of them have dinosaurs in them.
There are few experiences I cherish more as a games reporter than walking into a room full of new, unfinished video games, each one of them ready for me to play. It makes it so easy to be excited about the future of gaming. Every time.
This is the latest trailer for Capy's Super TIME Force, and while their last one was awesome, this might be even better. Forget expensive cinematics or insomnia-curing developer diaries; this is how you sell a video game.
Super Time Force already had a lot going for it. Crazy, run-and-gun side-scrolling action. A cleverly implemented time-manipulation mechanic. And one of the greatest promo trailers ever made. But the appeal doesn’t stop there. You can literally control a piece of crap in Super Time Force. And then fart. And then…
The time-traveling Contra-like Super Time Force is looking fun and chaotic as always. Here's a new gameplay trailer that gives a sense of how the looping, time-hopping gunplay will work. "Jean Rambois," indeed.
Evan's Note: It's hard not to want to love Super Time Force.
It has everything. Gameplay footage from one of the slickest looking games in the pipeline (and it's from the guys behind Sword & Sworcery). A Saturday morning cartoon intro. And dubstep. Plenty of dubstep. Because it wouldn't be a video game trailer without it!
This is Super Time Force by Capybara Games, and while retro-graphics platformers and rewind-time mechanics are not new concepts, what the studio is doing here with both looks new and cool as all hell to me.
Super Time Force, the IGF XBLA-Prize-winning game from Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP creators Capybara Games, is looking danged cool.
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There's nothing like creating a straight-up phenomenon to generate a frothy appetite for more, more, more. Ever since Capybara Games' hit IOS game Superbrothers: Sword and Sworcery EP rocketed to the top of the App Store earlier this year, folks have been wondering when they'd announce something new. The retro-styled…