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.
Memories of Mars already looks and sounds terrific, but it needs considerable work to attract and retain PVP and PVE players alike.
Dive naked into the Exiled Lands. Chop up your own dead body and eat it, then beat on your enemies with your own severed leg.