Tag Archives: Steam

Mystic Melee Review

Mystic Melee is a new multiplayer fighting game on the Steam Store. Additionally, Mystic Melee features a speedrunning campaign for solo players. This review is mostly covering the campaign aspect of the game. In short, I can say that the campaign is pretty time consuming...


Steam Launches Anime Weekend Sale Today

Today, on Steam, Valve launched their “Anime Weekend Sale.” And yes that means exactly what you would expect. Every game even remotely considered anime, is currently on sale. With games like Tales of Zestiria and CLANNAD on sale we are sure you will find something you like....


PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness Coming in September

According to publisher, NIS America, the recent game PSYCHO-PASS: Mandatory Happiness is not only expected to arrive in September, but it also is coming on PS4, PS Vita, and Steam. The game is going to hit the shelves on September 13th, 2016. Along with a regular...


SUPERHOT Review

Before SUPERHOT, there was the SUPERHOT demo, created at a gamejam in 2013. I never played the prototype, but I read a lot about it. It was a first person shooter game where you did more than shoot. The end goal might be the...


Pixel Galaxy Review

Pixel Galaxy is an addictive game. It’s fast paced, difficult, and remarkably charming in its fluorescent cubic graphics. This game has incredible DNA. There are elements ranging from classic games like Asteroids and Galaga, to newer titles such as Geometry Wars and Super Hexagon....


Sayonara Umihara Kawase Coming to PC

Earlier this month Agatsuma Entertainment revealed that the platformer title Sayonara Umihara Kawase would be coming to PC in the near future. Today, Agatsuma Entertainment confirmed that Sayonara Umihara Kawase would be coming to Steam on October 6th. The Steam version of the game will be optimized for...



Windward Review

Earlier this year I started watching Black Sails, a show on Starz that tells the story of a young John Silver as he sails the seas with Captain Flint eventually leading up to the events in Treasure Island. The series has run for two seasons...


Steam Machines Are Now Available for Pre-Order

You might have heard a while back that Steam was trying to make PC gaming more accessible to the average gamer by offering up smaller and more affordable hardware. They also announced their plans to produce a controller designed specifically with PC gaming in...


Steam’s Free to Play Section Sure Has Changed

Remember when Valve introduced a Free to Play section to their online marketplace Steam? In the past there were only a handful, but as Steam expands, so too does the Free to Play section. That sounds like a good thing — and in some aspects,...


Steam Will Now Offer Refunds

If you’ve used Steam, then you’re probably familiar with their customer service, or — as some, include myself would say — their lack of it. For a long time Valve has made it incredibly difficult to get refunds on your purchases, which has become...


Invisible, Inc. Review

There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Invisible, Inc. since the game hit Early Access in January of last year. A year and a half later, the game is now available for purchase on Steam as a full release. But is it worth picking...


Chroma Squad Review

When I was younger, I loved Mighty Morphin Power Rangers. I watched it every week, collected all the toys, and watched the movie. I loved it so much that even kept watching after Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, all the way up to Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescure in 2000....


Killing Floor 2 Early Access Review

A few years back there was a game by the name of Killing Floor that was released on Steam. It was developed by Tripwire Interactive and saw a great deal of success, with good reason. Killing Floor provided gory, unadulterated mutant slaying mayhem for up...


Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas Review

A young child clad in a blue tunic wakes from his slumber after having a vision of adventure. Something is calling for him from a nearby cave. He stirs briefly and goes to investigate, not before inquiring with the local hermit who seems way...