EvilCoGames announced that the music-rhythm fighting game, Terrorhythm TRRT, will officially launch on March 30th at the end of the month.
The game’s Steam store page is officially live and offers gamers a brief description of the gameplay and features.
The game is set in the 25th century where the world has basically become an SJW paradise, where totalitarianism reigns supreme and in a bid to stamp out any sort of rebuttals or rebellions, sound of all kind have been isolated and muted in the world. It kind of reminds you of all those Leftists who claim that Freedom of Speech is dangerous and that in order to protect some feels it must be censored.
Well, players take on the role of a sound evangelist, willing to bring back the good vibes of musical vibrations and the thunderous tones of auricular excellence. In order to accomplish this monumental task, players must fight, slash, hack, and string together combos to the rhythm of the music in a not-so-classic beat-’em-up fashion. You can check out the gameplay below to get an idea of how Terrorhythm TRRT is played.
As you can see there are a variety of different weapons for the player-character to use, including a scythe, chakrams, and bare fists.
Each weapon has its own unique set of combos and abilities, and players will have to navigate through increasingly difficult songs to keep the hurt pumping out and laid thick onto enemies representing the totalitarian regime.
The game is designed so that there’s a direction connection between executing a move and being on beat with the song. You can use a dance pad, you can use a controller or you can use the keyboard. You can also play through the game’s soundtrack or import your own and face off against the baddies listening and fighting to music that you feel best represents the anthem of butt-kicking.
There are plans to include additional music challenges, maps, enemy sets, and equalizer scenes, as well as additional player profiles and statistics, along with ranked challenges.
You can keep track of the news and updates for Terrorhythm TRRT leading up to its March 30th release by visiting the Steam store page.
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