A2M's WET was released yesterday by Bethesda and here is The First 10 Minutes, showing the early segments that aren't available in the demo. Rubi is the main character's name and her mission is to simply kill everything living on the screen. Some features have been put in to help the player reach that goal, including slow-mo (á la Stranglehold) and a grand agile movement scheme, like wall running and knee gliding.
Unlimited ammo is given, together with unlimited slow-mo, meaning there's a lot of sliding around and shooting. There are updates to be bought through the campaign, but the gameplay mechanics stays the same - shoot, bring out the katana here and there, then more shooting.
The platforming is a bit tricky and frustrating, many ledges can't be grabbed and climbed. I often found myself having to find a ladder or a lower platform though the ledge above was perfectly within my reach. The dodgy jumping doesn't exactly help either.
Enjoy the video below, which shows some of the game's strong presentation, including grain filters, music and visual effects.
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