Posts Tagged ‘Steam’

Recettear, An Item Shop’s Tale is a Good Buy

Recettear, An Item Shop's Tale

It isn’t often a come across a money management game that’s actually fun and has an appealing personality. Recettear, An Item Shop’s Tale is about a young girl named Recette, whose adventurer father leaves her in an empty home with a colossal debt weighing down on her tiny reserve of cash. Tear, a fairy contracted […]

Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon is for Real American Winners

Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon

Whoa dude, totally radical! It’s like I’m living in the past, man. I mean, like, Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon should’ve totally been a standalone instead of an expansion, but like, you know, right? It’s chock full of positive messages, and it’s got totally gnarly graphics with neon stuff and lots of righteous weapons. Upgrade […]

Evochron Mercenary, Fun in the Great Outdoors

Evochron Mercenary

By outdoors I mean IN SPACE. Less trees and wildlife, more gravity hazards. For the longest time, I’ve been looking for a free-roam spaceship-type game. The second I finished Evochron Mercenary’s thorough, well-done (slightly wordy) tutorial, I promptly activated my fulcrum jump drives and rammed myself right into an asteroid. I was quite dead. That’s […]

Strike Suit Zero, Open-Space Gundam Style

Strike Suit Zero

Who said simple was a bad thing? Sure, we live in an age where every game has to have a unique mechanic that truly sets it apart from every other game that exists. But if you’ve argued video game originality, you know everything comes from something. That said, I present to you Strike Suit Zero, […]

Faster Than Light, Right Into a Wall

Faster Than Light

Ten dollars isn’t bad for a roguelike spaceship simulator RPG. Faster Than Light is a fun game, but sadly lacks the necessary qualities to cause an addiction. “Something fun on occasion that tapers off due to lack of measurable progress,” perhaps. Piloting a crew across a warzone of a galaxy, battling rebel ships, alien lifeforms, […]

Go to Town on Towns

Towns

Towns is one of them indie games, don’t you know. Greenlit by Steam, it still has a long way to go before I’d personally consider it playable. Although tagging it with “promising” tends to insinuate that it’s likely going to be cancelled down the road due to inadequate funding, I’d say that a little work […]

AirMech, Fast Paced Indie RTS Action

AirMech

I just love stumbling upon addicting itty bitty indie games! AirMech’s the name, base-capture RTS is the style, and fast-paced is the gameplay. It draws from popular RTS roots (LoL, DotA) through the implementation of creeps, but creates a unique feel with its “build a battlefield” feature. That might sound a little corny, but bear […]

Sanctum: TD Meets FPS

Sanctum

It’s not exactly something you’d expect, is it? Goes to show what curious products can be wrought from the blending of unfamiliar genres. Sanctum provides a clever mix of these two different styles with action-intensive, dynamic gameplay that allows you, the player, to maintain a greater control over your maze, and subsequently, the creatures within. […]

Audiosurf: Ride the Beat, Beat the Ride

Audiosurf

I don’t feel like Audiosurf is so much a game as it is a really, REALLY hyper-intense visualizer. I mean, let’s look at the facts: The background is flashy and pretty, following the flow of the song you’re playing. The road is curved based upon the beat and intensity of the song, and the blocks […]

Dungeon Defenders, Wall ’em and Maul ’em

Dungeon Defenders

Sometimes you want to play a third person fantasy action RPG. Sometimes you want to play a versatile fantasy tower defense. And sometimes, you get so excited about playing both, you can’t decide which one’s for you. So how about both? Did you want to play with your friends too? Well, excellent! Dungeon Defenders is […]

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