Neurovoider is a twin-stick shooter with RPG and roguelike elements, set in dystopian future ruled by evil robots. You play as a brain that hijacks a robot to do battle with the evil robots.
Pro Great replayability thanks to extensive procedural generation
Almost everything in Neurovoider is procedurally generated. This includes levels, enemies, weapons, and even loot - the combinations are almost endless, to the point you probably won't encounter the same level layouts, enemies, and even loot twice. As a result, Neurovoider can stay fresh and exciting for a longer time than a lot of other similar games.
Pro Great co-op
You can play the game's main campaign with up to 3 other players locally. This considerably amplifies the mayhem, resulting in really entertaining shootouts and boss battles. With Neurovoider being a roguelike, the permadeath mechanic still applies, which can lead to both tragic and funny moments.
Pro Humorous setting
Neurovoider's setting is both dark and humorous - a dystopian Earth overrun by robots that spend all their time partying, so you, the last organic being alive on the planet, decide to crash that party with bullets and rockets. While this is a minor aspect of the game itself, the absurdity of the situation can add some unexpected humor to the intense shootouts.
Pro Exhilarating shooter gameplay
Neurovoider is a game where you enact a robot genocide with ludicrous amounts of bullets, rockets, lasers, and explosions. The mayhem almost never slows down, and as you enter new sections of a level, you're greeted with new hordes of misshaped party robots with fairly challenging boss battles occasionally thrown into the mix. On top of that, there's the roguelike permadeath mechanic, considerably adding to the intensity of each encounter, since every battle truly is a fight for survival.
Con Fairly difficult
Neurovoider is a super fast and hectic game, so anyone not used to playing games at a very high tempo can get instantly overwhelmed even on the easiest difficulty. While practice helps to lessen this, players looking for slower-paced games probably won't have as much fun with this title.