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Hands-on with Revolution 60, the self-serious yet schlocky sci-fi adventure

By , on July 25, 2014

Revolution 60 mixes a mid-nineties, early polygonal 3D PC aesthetic with ludicrous character designs and a story that often attempts to come off as serious and badass.

The results are mixed, and that's mostly due to its gameplay, or lack thereof.

Most of the actions in the game are QTEs, and the combat limps along early in the game. However, the cutscenes - i.e. most of the game - do look pretty boss, especially if the art style grabs you.

Here's a hands-on video for you to get stuck into and see if you like what Revolution 60's throwing down.

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