Unsurpassed is a rhythmic game with two buttons and a study game that reached its Kickstarter goal on Wednesday – 30 days left to accumulate more funds. It is easy to see why the campaign has so much support; Unsurpassed, by developer D-Cell, looks amazing.
Playing as Beat, a pink-haired singer, players will enter the game with half the beat and half-adventure to create a setlist for an upcoming show. You see, music is illegal in this world – and the Beat will fix that. This requires an arcade-style rhythm game, powered by two buttons dotted with the exploration section, in which Beat hangs out with the band and plays mini-games.
If you had to Unsurpassed of something I would call it Scott Pilgrim vs. the World: The Game meets Promar. D-Cell Games said Unsurpassed “It aims to look like a long bootleg VHS recording from the 90̵
Unsurpassed there will also be an original soundtrack that already sounds incredibly good. “The music is written to accompany important narrative rhythms and motifs from the history of the game, and there will also be a group of B-SIDES (from RJ Lake) and exclusive songs present in the final version,” writes D-Cell.
For people who are not interested in rhythmic games, Unsurpassed there will be “Assist Mode”, said D-Cell, among other accessibility options – for players who just want to “vibrate in rhythm without being disappointed from the rhythm (or you would like / need to change the settings to make the game more comfortable to play). “
Unsurpassed [white label], “Demo episodic side story” has been available for free on Steam since Wednesday and includes six songs.