Fashion Police Squad sees you capturing style crimes off of individuals, brightening up drab outfits, dreary garments, and poor suits utilizing particular firearms.
This wild area FPS sees you guiding Sergeant Des throughout Trendopolis, coping with every kind of style faux-pas (I spent an unreal period of time determining the plural of pas for somebody who studied French immersion). Everyone appears to be taking it fairly personally that you simply don’t like their garments, too, as they’re aggressively preventing again. Expect individuals flinging briefcases, flames, and the rest they’ve on-hand. I assume some individuals don’t respect your efforts to make them feel and look higher. But I assume I wouldn’t actually know what to do if somebody tried to shoot my socks and sandals off, both.
Now, Sergeant Des doesn’t simply have a magic gun that fixes ANY outfit. You have to make use of the appropriate instruments to repair particular points with what people are sporting. Your 2DYE4 Carbine Elite will give dreary garments a splash of coloration that ought to brighten everybody’s day, your Tailormade will repair free suits, and different weapons shall be higher for different issues. You have to flip between them relying in your foe’s style drawback, which (humorous sufficient) made me conscious of a few of my very own style crimes. Also, you possibly can swing across the atmosphere utilizing a belt. Grappling hook-like instruments in an FPS are my weak point, and one thing about doing it with a belt makes it humorous AND enjoyable to do.
Fashion Police Squad takes an idea that sounds hilarious – fixing outfits with weapons – and makes a delightfully chaotic and enjoyable shooter out of it. I wasn’t certain how it could come collectively after I first heard about it, however now that I’ve had it in my palms, it’s simply an utter blast. A trendy blast?
Fashion Police Squad is obtainable now on the Epic Games Store and Steam.