The summer months are traditionally pretty dry for video games, to my pleasant surprise, I had no trouble at all finding 10 games for my July 2020 list, there is a lot that has me personally excited this time around.
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.
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.
Even though May 2020 doesn’t really have any big-name games releasing. There are a shocking amount of good looking titles on the horizon. 10 is a magic number that folks seem to enjoy reading about but it was honestly difficult to choose which 10 to present when I was doing my research. As usual, I only chose games that have concrete release dates since those are the least likely to change after I publish this list.
New games release all the time, many of which fly under the radar of their bigger brethren. I’ve compiled a list of 10 upcoming games
2020 has been a big year for big delays but there are still plenty of games worth playing being released. I’ve compiled a list of 15 games that are releasing or have already released this month. I’ve tried to stick to games that have a solid specific release date rather than an ambiguious March 2020 date. If I missed something you’re interested in! Please let me know in the comments!
The first quarter of any year is generally pretty slow as far as big-name titles go. Not all is lost however, the slow period can be a great time to release potential gems on the indie or smaller front. I believe I’ve dug up 10 such games releasing over the next three months. Hopefully, by the end of the list, you have found at least one game to be excited about.
It’s that time of year again where every single person, alien and dog creates an end of the year style list, contributing to an ever-growing pile of lists that slowly but surely dilute the increasing pool of game of the year awards. Progressively draining away the significance of the term until it will eventually become a meaningless concept to join the cemetery of dead things that will somehow be blamed on young people despite the fact that the age of the average gamer is 35!
The last quarter of every year is usually packed with big-name titles. But in between your Death Strandings, Outer Worlds and Call of Duty’s some legitimately interesting titles can fall to the wayside. I’ve compiled a list of 8 recent or upcoming games you may have missed!
There is something attractive about a game that tosses you into a hostile world and simply says, survive. The genre isn’t for everyone but I find the concept of attempting to survive against dangers that can have permanent consequences thrilling.
The summer months are traditionally a slower period of game releases. I think that makes it a great time to keep an eye out for hidden gems. I believe I have found five such games. Look them over, who knows, you might find the perfect game to distract you from the summer heat!
Steam sales can be overwhelming due to the sheer amount of choices available, some games can also easily fly under the radar just because so many of them are on sale. Let me help you narrow it down some, and maybe find something you either weren’t aware of or didn’t realize was on sale!
I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t a little disappointed in E3 this year. The absence of Sony was definitely felt and a lot of trailers shown were entirely cinematic. A good cinematic trailer has precisely zero effect on whether or not a game is actually fun. However, there is still quite a bit to be excited or concerned about, so I compiled a list of my top and bottom E3 picks and some of my thoughts on them.
2019 has had a wonderful start in gaming with quite a few heavy hitters such as The Division 2, Mortal Kombat, Kingdom Hearts 3 and