These are effectively locked off areas where the enemies just keep on coming until Rubi has disabled all the spawn doors. And the Chinatown flavoured area we saw looked like a whole lot of gratifying fun. Cookie-cutter goons poured from windows ten at a time. Rubi would kill them. More goons. More killing. More goons. More killing. More goons. More killing. And so on.
The area looked neatly designed too, so there was plenty opportunity for Rubi to run, slide, jump, dive, swing and generally be impossibly ninja-like around the environment while maintaining an impressive kill tally. And all in slow motion, of course.
How wet did we get? Some non-odorous underarm gland leakage.
When something makes Rubi really mad, she goes into batshit crazy killing frenzy mode. Or 'Rage' mode as it's actually called in the game. They happen at scripted points and Rubi is virtually invincible for the duration of the Rage mode sequence. And, while raging, style goes out the window as point rewards are based purely on the volume of kills.
For some reason, Rage mode makes everything look a bit like Killer 7. It's all cel-shaded and arty looking and enemies disappear in a fizz bomb of molecules. But we're not complaining. It looks stylish. And we like stylish.
How wet did we get? Definitely some moisture around the thigh and groinal region.
Based on our demo, Wet makes us think a lot about Kill Bill and a bunch of decent games we've seen and played before. It's definitely no wave maker, but if the shooty-combat-sword-violence is enjoyable enough, we've no doubt that Wet will be well worth a sprinkle. If we were to convert our excitement into an arbitrary visual representation, we'd say we're about four full glasses of water wet for Wet right now.
It's a shame we're not more wet for Wet, because then we could have used the bikini hose down picture with at least some justification.
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