Dip your toes into the loop
A look through what’s on offer at Steam this month. With Spring in full swing, even with the pandemic, many of you will, hopefully, get out more and breathe some life. So this month’s focus is on short narrative experiences that
The experience of Monster Train is somewhat contradictory, as the gameplay can be addictive, but there’s also little reason to repeatedly play it.
Although it has a nice concept, it gives too much information dump at once. It’s not something that I expect for an educational game, which is supposed to be fun and lighter compared to textbooks.
Pick a team of three heroes who will save the world of quickly-spreading corruption turn-based style. Arthurian Legend meets Lovecraftian horrors.
Crime pays, but we’re going to lecture you about how bad the cool things you do in this game are.
Certain shortcomings prevent this game from being a great Metroidvania, such as obnoxious bosses, a few quirks with the controls, and difficulty navigating in Max’s mind.
With a name like Ol=Ohma I’d expect them to be the major villain lol
Pierre the Maze Detective brings his charming puzzles to PC June 22nd, Nintendo Switch and mobiles this summer.
Explore dungeons and fight your enemies while following the D&D 5e ruleset in the fantastic game that is Solasta