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  • Summary: Johnny Turbo needs to clean up Paradise, a cyber city overrun by augmented minions under the cult control of the world's most advanced AI, Syn, who's looking to expand to world domination if not stopped here and now. Wall-running, Hero-Time, chain saw leg augments, flying cars and lots of booms.
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  1. May 13, 2022
    Everything is frantic, fast-paced, and depicted with excessive amounts of graphical and auditory flair. If you enjoyed the fast and frantic pace of Doom Eternal, this game will scratch the very same FPS itch. [Early Access Review Score = 85]
  2. This is a retro-FPS that commands your attention from the moment you step into the razor-sharp shoes of Johnny Turbo. Genuinely, you won't concentrate on something so hard in your life. It's an all-consuming delight that's – yes, let's remind ourselves – still in early access. The thought of the devs dousing Turbo's soles with more nitrous is joyous. [Early Access Review; RPS Bestest Bests]
  3. Nov 13, 2022
    Apogee’s latest feels like a celebrative orgy of game violence. You’ll slide chainsaw-leg first through clusters of enemies, plunge down and destroy foes like a homicidal Spider-Man, or just reduce them to a pulp with a robust arsenal of firearms. It’s in Early Access, so there is still some uncertainty about the kinds of creative carnage the third act will bring. But there’s already more than enough hyperkinetic, over-the-top action to warrant a go as Johnny Turbo. [Early Access Score = 84]