Steam excavations, September 2021. With the first beats of Autumn knocking, temperatures falling and plenty of harvests to look forward to, why not add another harvest to the mix. A Steam harvest of curious and interesting games for the coming
A mesmerizing box of toys and building bricks waiting for your imagination and creativity.
An Early Access, old school cyberpunk GTA plagued by a plethora of glitches and bugs, but with a promise still shining through.
Steam excavations, August 2021. This month’s excavations brought to you by the developer’s inspiring, honest and objective descriptions of their newly released and upcoming games. And the fact that the writer escaped his cubicle and went
Steam excavations, July 2021. The scene. Endless, dragging Summer months. The hum of an overworked air conditioner blending with the tired buzz of computer fans. Motes of forgotten dust sporadically drifting through the PC case mesh. Droplets of
A Hell’s Belles interview with a succubus named Cinder about the ups and downs of mediocre gigs in the making and what they actually bring to the table. If anything.
Summer blew our doors down, increasing temperatures to boiling points. Or to around 36°C where I am, but my mind feels otherwise. But, Summer’s always a good time for some hot Steam game releases, so grab a cold beverage of your choice, turn
About 70 minutes long RTX demo not really worth its asking price.
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
A deceptively charming city builder wrapped into a slightly obtuse puzzle management game.