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Submitted by JRocSupreme 717d ago | opinion piece

Cheat Physics in This Puzzle-Platforming FPS Known As Pulse Shift

Pulse Shift is a platforming puzzler with a first person perspective and a disregard for physics. Created by the masterminds at 3 Core Studios, the game contains over 50 levels not including the special unlock-able or tutorial levels, and special abilities that allow the player to manipulate gravity, time, and physics. Pulse Shift is currently available on Desura for $9.99 and even has a free demo available.

To provide further insight, I downloaded said demo and here are my thoughts.

Firstly, I was very impressed with the graphics settings in Pulse Shift. When selecting “Config” from the launcher menu, you’re presented with the standard resolution, anti-aliasing, and filtering settings. Unlike most games, you can also change the vertex and pixel shading versions to your liking and/or hardware settings. On top of that you can also change the render system from DirectX 9 to OpenGL. (3 Core Studio, Indie, PC, Pulse Shift)

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