Do I have a passion for fashion? No not at all. My style is a mixture of old shirts that I can’t get rid of and comfortable shorts and pants. But while my own style is awful and Tim Gunn would shake his head in Fashion Police Command I can help the rest of the world look better by using goofy guns and solid, fast-paced action that is heavily inspired by classic shooters like Downfall.
Fashion Police Command
In FPS You play as an officer who walks around town stopping fashion crime with a variety of strange weapons. You won’t get shotguns and sniper rifles in. Find FPSInstead, you’re wielding things like a sewing machine gun and an inkjet carbine. Sometimes you even take off your belt to stun enemies in combat.
Each of these weapons serves a different purpose. For example, people suffering from boring and dull gray suits need to be hit with a few pops of color from their inkjet carabiner. Other times, you will run into people wearing baggy, ill-fitting suits and you will need to streamline their looks with your sewing machine gun. As FPS
The last piece is something I really appreciated Fashion Police Command. You’re not running around killing people wearing socks and sandals or baggy jeans. Instead, you help them and make them happy. As far as I can tell, nobody dies during the fight. It’s more solemn. Often the optimizations are minor. A bit of paint, a pair of better-fitting pants, a decent belt, that sort of thing. It doesn’t feel mean what is beautiful.
In the roughly hour-long demo that is now available on Steam, I had a great time not only getting into fashion fights but also exploring the levels myself. You have the option of using your belt as a grappling hook and swinging in areas, much like you would with a specific spider-themed superhero. It’s an easy way to spice up the movement and it works. Likewise the graphics, which are heavily inspired by retro shooters Quake and Downfall, also contain more modern flourishes and cleaner menus and user interfaces.
If you are a fan of retro shooters, like me, Fashion Police Command Demo is worth it. But if you’re not into Sagittarius or want something different, something less violent, I would recommend it too FPS. It feels and looks unique, and I’m looking forward to playing the full game sometime next year.