N.P.P.D Rush: The Milk of Ultra Violet
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NPPD Rush is an open world Action RPG game with a unique and powerful storyline. The city of Nauseous Pines has been plunged into a drug fuelled spiral towards implosion. Can the ‘Sockets’ help save the city?
The year is 198X and Nauseous Pines is in the grip of a new designer drug called ‘Nox’, developed by enigmatic nightclub owner ‘Ultra Violet’. Play as MHLK 2.0, a second generation ‘Socket’, who has been saved and reformed from a previous life as a Nox junkie. Your limbs have been removed and you have been Socketed in to an experimental police superbike.
The initial goal is to rescuing 30 females in 5 minutes, all of who are dying at the hands of the designer drug "NOX". You are their last hope! But as the game unfolds the battle turns to gaining more time as you come closer to the true horror of "Nox" and your own existence.
Interact with the various shops to upgrade your police super bike, hack its timing circuits and even sell unused organs to an organ trafficker for extra money as you make you way towards the inevitable confrontation with "Ultra Violet and a battle that will reveal the very nature of your existence.
The game comes with a storming sound track with music from renowned 16 bit musician, Toshiaki Sakoda (Naxat, Konami, Hudson, Namco, Square-Enix, Microsoft and others), plus amazing graphics from renowned Teletext artist Dan Farrimond.
Crazy idea with terrible outcome.Furrek | Jan. 9, 2015 | See all Furrek's reviews »
When I started this game I thought it was a cool idea but the more time I spent in the more I regret it. Why? It's painful to play. It's not old school game, it's not retro game. It tries to imitate this kind of game but without any success. There is nothing fun to do. This is not fun experience. NPPD Rush: The Milk of Ultra Violet is terrible "game". Once you will learn how to play you can beat it very fast but either you will get bored before, or very annoyed and look around internet for some tips. Anyway, don't get it. Waste of time, money and shame to have something like that in Steam's library. 5/100 only because it have steam cards.
Disappointment.Kokuei | March 4, 2014 | See all Kokuei's reviews »
NPPD Rush tries too hard to be an "old school" retro arcade game. The game explains nothing. There is little to no user interface.
Pretty much the only thing going for it is the controls. The mouse and keyboard controls are at least responsive. PS: there is no controller support.
What it really reminds me of is Hotline Miami. Why? The 1980s~ theme, top down shooter and the graphics. But does it play like it? No.
Basically there is one repetitive music track that plays and it's not very good. The gameplay is boring. There are no in-game options despite being developed for PC. No volume control, no resolution options, no window/fullscreen changes and etc. The graphics are very nauseating.