Where every move you make comes back to haunt you
Extreme Exorcism is a paranormal platformer where every move you make comes back to haunt you. Take on the role of Mae Barrons; an Extreme Exorcist whose unconventional supernatural skills are called upon when everything and everyoneWhere every move you make comes back to haunt you
Extreme Exorcism is a paranormal platformer where every move you make comes back to haunt you.
Take on the role of Mae Barrons; an Extreme Exorcist whose unconventional supernatural skills are called upon when everything and everyone else has failed to rid a haunted house of its ghostly presence. Engage in non-stop ghost annihilation in 10 eerie areas of the haunted house each room presenting its own hellish hazard.
Conventional methods wont cut it with these troublesome poltergeists so Mae comes armed with a deadly arsenal of ghost-busting weapons, from rocket launchers to razor sharp boomerangs.
At the end of each round, a ghost appears and mimics your every move from the round before. So the longer you survive the more extreme the game becomes.
With a devilish local multiplayer you can play co-op or deathmatch modes with up to 4 of your friends, and with 50 unique challenges even the most daring Extreme Exorcist will be put to the test.… Expand
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Extreme Exorcism - Launch Trailer
Dec 10, 2015Taking everything into consideration, I'd have to say that while I like the novelty of the ghost enemies mimicking the player's actions, once that novelty wears off you begin to notice the cracks and things begin to feel repetitive. The challenge levels extend the game's life, but overall it's probably the kind of game that you'll play for a little bit and then not be particularly compelled to return to.
Positive: 0 out of 1
Mixed: 1 out of 1
Negative: 0 out of 1
May 2, 2022Extreme Exorcism makes a mistake that a lot of indie games before and after it have also made - it comes up with a fairly unique idea for aExtreme Exorcism makes a mistake that a lot of indie games before and after it have also made - it comes up with a fairly unique idea for a mechanic that would be pretty cool as a small part of a larger, more fleshed out game and makes it the whole point of the entire game. If you think "battle your past selves doing exactly what you did in previous lives" is a cool concept, then neat, you'll probably get a scant few minutes of fun out of this game before it gets unbearably old and you want something more. If you don't think it's particularly cool, then bad news, this game has nothing else to offer aside from that one sentence and a couple different weapons and stage hazards.
One fun mechanic does not make an entire game worth playing.… Expand