While a bit clunky in places, Gearstorm has solid foundations for a large-scale survival game, and it’s already pretty addictive.
This science-fiction survival-crafting bun needs a lot more time in the oven before it’s suitable for human consumption.
Saving Earth, one unit of Uranium at a time … .
Survival-crafting on humanity’s ancestral homeworld, or something like that, anyway.
While the game’s approach to the survival genre is a welcome attempt, ultimately it leaves the player feeling a little cold.
Burden was only in Steam’s Early Access for a relatively short time, which is a shame. It could have been so much better!
Fallout 76 has had an awful reception, but really it’s just a matter of expectations and poor marketing.
Bursting at the seams with silly jokes, black humour, and outstanding graphics, Breathedge is a comedic science fiction game that’s worth a look while it makes its way through Early Access.
Boundless presents players with a huge voxel sandbox in a solar system full of planets to explore and colonise — very slowly, and with lots of bugs.
Outpost Zero is yet another Early Access survival-crafting game. It looks lovely, but unfortunately doesn’t (yet) play that well.