I’ve decided to do something different this time. Instead of writing a full-length review or reporting on a piece of trending news, I’ll instead be covering the “top 10 selling games of June 2020”. Although A Way Out and Heavy Rain were released several years ago, I’ve included them on this list because they have just been added to the Steam store.Continue reading Top Seller Games on Steam-This Month’s Edition!
It’s that time of the year again: The Steam Summer Sale is approaching, the games in your library are piling up, and like most of us, you have no idea which ones are worth playing.
If all of the above applies to you, then I think the following list will help you narrow it down before you go shopping for bundles. They all have “Very Positive” ratings from a few hundred to thousands of reviewers.Continue reading 10 Underrated Games Worth Trying From 2018
Today, I’m going to present some Early Access games published this December. You’ll notice that these title releases haven’t been on the market for very long, which is why there are hardly any reviews on them. They are still in the development and testing phase. Further changes will be made before the full version comes out.
This is a great opportunity to snag a bunch of Early Access discounts through their limited edition special promotional offers. If you are eager to get involved in the current state of their game, then you should give constructive suggestions on the Dev’s community page and report any glitches or bugs you find.
Accepted Greenlight Games-Now Available on Steam!
Now featuring older Greenlit games from 2016 to 2017:
11. Tesla vs. Lovecraft
Bright purple lights begin to intensify as you blast your Tesla-Mech at the hideous Lovecraftian monsters in this top-down arena shooter. You’ll be playing as Nikola Tesla, facing endless hordes of minions to reach Cthulhu and Shoggoth for a showdown using your trusty static energy ray gun that shoots exploding electricity.
A Continuation of Steam Greenlight
Welcome back to Steam Greenlight showings from 2016 to 2017! The previous trailers I found were part of the Greenlit section, meaning that they have gained a tremendous amount of support from the Steam community. As you can see, people have invented many creative approaches to gameplay.
Once enough people “thumbs up” a game, it becomes Greenlit allowing people to leave their comments or ask the author questions about gameplay. So the next step is for Valve to contact the dev about getting it published, all that technical stuff. I do have to warn you, a lot of these titles require either a controller or a VR set.