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
Aside from the noteworthy music, the rest of the game is bland and unremarkable. In a saturated genre, it doesn’t offer enough to interest those with experience in roguelikes.
Another worthy addition in the tactical turn-based dungeon crawler family.
A rogulite deckbuilder from the guy who gave us Magic the Gathering
Certain elements of the game blend decently well together, such as the writing, voice-acting, and comic book aesthetic. Other parts, like the music and character management, don’t mix in as well.
The experience of Monster Train is somewhat contradictory, as the gameplay can be addictive, but there’s also little reason to repeatedly play it.
Pick a team of three heroes who will save the world of quickly-spreading corruption turn-based style. Arthurian Legend meets Lovecraftian horrors.
April. The month that starts with lying. Like many Early Access launches and more than a few game pitches. Luckily, the privileged and payed α/β Early Access testing we do for the developers can steer and alter the course of roadmaps, a catch-all
Hmm… you look different. Did you do something to your hair?
March is slowly marching it’s way out, leaving us with wonderful month long observances such as National Celery and National Frozen Food month in the U.S. and some lovely date specific holidays, like the National Festival of Trees held every