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  • Summary: In Viscera Cleanup Detail, you step into the boots of a space-station janitor tasked with cleaning up after various horrific sci-fi horror events. Instead of machineguns and plasma-rifles, your tools are a mop and bucket. That hero left a mess, and it's up to you to deal with the aftermath.
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  1. Nov 23, 2015
    60
    The idea is really crazy and great, but sadly the gameplay can't live up to the expectations.
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 6
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  1. Jun 8, 2019
    10
    marge. marge. marge. marge. marge. marge. marge. marge. marge. marge. marge.
  2. Jan 4, 2016
    9
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Alright, so this is one of those games that you never see yourself playing, until you actually sit down and try it. Seriously. I got this game almost for free on Steam. I installed it because I thought it might be neat to incinerate some random things from time to time. Well, the game got me hooked. There's nothing really special about it. You are a janitor who cleans up the gory aftermath of battles / slaughters. One of the reasons I love the game is the developers actually listen. When the players have a suggestion, the devs make it happen. There are new DLCs for major holidays. I.e., they incorporated a Halloween themed house that actually contained some very popular horror characters in it. (Jason Vorhees, Michael Myers etc...)

    So no, this is not a very fancy game. The graphics aren't the worlds best, but they are far from the worst. You are literally cleaning up gory scenes. You burn body parts and trash in hopes that you've cleaned the level to a satisfactory level. You can blow yourself up, you can blow others up online, you can melt stuff with a laser, and you incinerate anything you can pick up. It's a great game to waste a few hours on.
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  3. Feb 8, 2021
    8
    the physics online could be better, but its still fun to do with friends or just to vibe to alone
  4. Apr 6, 2014
    7
    When I saw the name of that game I was like ''WHUT?'' and then I played and I was like ''WHUT?''. This game is simple but hard to accomplish.When I saw the name of that game I was like ''WHUT?'' and then I played and I was like ''WHUT?''. This game is simple but hard to accomplish. I never tought I'd love cleaning ridiculous messes. Awesome in co-op with friends! Expand
  5. Jul 28, 2016
    7
    The concept of the game is simple: Clean up a huge mess after an accident. The gameplay almost puts one into a Zen-like trance, as you makeThe concept of the game is simple: Clean up a huge mess after an accident. The gameplay almost puts one into a Zen-like trance, as you make sure everything is spotless before you say you've finished the job. The only thing that truly needs fixing are the physics. They can truly be horrendous at times, causing unnecessary accidents that just add time and frustration. A single bullet shell casing can knock over an entire biohazard bin full of body parts if you swing the camera around fast enough. Had it not been for this, the game would probably earn at least a 9 from me (as it is super fun to play with friends). As it stands though, the developers really should fix that problem before I'll rate it any higher than a 7. Expand
  6. Dec 28, 2015
    4
    It looked kind of funky and sounded like one of those brilliantly weird games, but when I play it is just tedious. The game offers zeroIt looked kind of funky and sounded like one of those brilliantly weird games, but when I play it is just tedious. The game offers zero tutorial and the seems to be nothing to liven things up, no music, nothing. It could use a series of announcements like Portal had so you would hear what was going on elsewhere. Expand