Waking is heartwarmingly beautiful conceptually and incredibly unique. You play as yourself more intimately than nearly any other game. You are in a coma and fighting within your own mind to wake up instead of giving in to death. This is accomplished by delving into your psyche and Waking will ask you many questions about yourself as you play.
Thor and his core cards put him into the role of a minion killer. Thor has low thwart but decent defense and attack that is further boosted by Mjolnir. His alter ego form, Odinson ensures his hammer is never out of reach for long.
The Steam game Festival is active for a few more days and I’ve dug into the massive amount of demos available to pick out five more I think are worth checking out. At the very least you might gain a few additions to your wishlist.
My crazy Steam Game Festival Adventure continues as I catalog my thoughts on five more demos that tickled my fancy. If you’re here, you should be at the Steam Game Festival instead, but check out my thoughts anyway. Maybe I can push you toward a particular demo. If the event is over by the time you read this then perhaps I can help you fatten up that wishlist. What’s on the game festival menu today?
Holy mother of demos Batman. There is an insane number of game demos available to be played until June 22nd during the Steam Game Festival.
Marvel Champions is a cooperative living card game created by Fantasy Flight Games. If you don’t know, a living card game is like other major card games with one huge exception. There are no randomized card packs. Each box comes with a specific set of cards, there is no randomness, rarities, or second-hand market.
Remnant: From The Ashes came out last year and shocked pretty much everyone with its excellent quality, it even made my top 5 games of the year list. Remnant is a third-person shooter with deep souls-like inspiration and great replay value due to its procedural nature.
It is the year 2020, of all the issues the world and America have to deal with, it is incredibly disappointing that racism and police brutality is still one of them. The time for both to disappear is long overdue. The time to stick your head in the sand and pretend they don’t exist has also long passed.
Another month, another 10 games you might want to check out. As usual, I only list games with a set release date since it reduces the chances that they will be delayed after I publish the list. It can still happen though and I’ve included a bonus at the end of this article listing a few extra titles from previous lists that got their release dates moved to this month.