Wanted it be good its not

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

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Russian Reality

Russian Reality

On the whole, it’s not a bad game. Good combat system, there are four main characters to play as. The presence of bosses is nice. And the cherry on the cake is a very rich storyline, with side quests that depend on your choice. Recommended for purchase !

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

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Cool game in which you need to fight drunks, complete tasks and complete the story. The game has many locations, skill leveling of the character and many different chips.

A very decent game for a sane price. Recommend.

Real player with 2.7 hrs in game

Russian Reality on Steam

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes

Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes

I didn’t much enjoy Edna & Harvey: The Breakout but I did enjoy Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes at least for the most part.

The graphics of this game fall somewhere between E&H: The Breakout and Deponia. I didn’t care for either of those styles to be honest but Deponia’s style grew on me. E&H’s style… well it never did. This game is only slightly better in that it’s a slight modification to the style of The Breakout and that it’s a much higher resolution. In terms of animating, backgrounds, and transitions… everything is great. Animations were smooth and simple, backgrounds were interesting and surprisingly detailed, and transitions were smooth. There were however a few instances of characters or parts of characters disappearing despite still being active hotspots. Such as Capu (the boy who stands in the hall near the gargoyles) being completely invisible most of the time till he gave me the love letter to deliver. There was also the bartender’s head disappearing after drinking the volcano drink. Other than having to pixel hunt the hotspot a little bit to interact this didn’t effect gameplay.

Real player with 17.1 hrs in game

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A great continuation to the first game.

Despite the line above giving you a bit of a hint, I thought it worth mentioning that despite Steam saying that “Edna & Harvey: The Breakout” was released after “Edna & Harvey: Harvey’s New Eyes”, this is infact wrong and resulted in me playing the two in the wrong order. This game is the sequel. They follow each other very loosely in terms of story but I think playing them in order would be more enjoyable.

First of all, compared to the previous game, there was a big improvement between the two. You can really tell that Daedalic Entertainment had the means to step their game up. There was a bit of a time gap between the two and it shows.

Real player with 16.6 hrs in game

Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes on Steam

Rock ‘n’ Roll Will Never Die!

Rock ‘n’ Roll Will Never Die!

For some of us, the 1980s never ended. The true scene veterans persevered through the changing trends in music, fashion and common decency, keeping glam rock alive through sheer stubbornness and detachment from reality. When one of the least successful bands in hair metal decides it’s time for a comeback, no one is safe. They may have put on a few pounds and lost some of their graying hair, but their rocking power and sex appeal are still… Uh, as questionable as ever? But this time they’re sure to make it big. This time rock ‘n ‘roll will never die!

Rock 'n' Roll Will Never Die! on Steam

Red Comrades 2: For the Great Justice. Reloaded

Red Comrades 2: For the Great Justice. Reloaded

A poor attempt to cash in on the success of the previous game, about 25% of the locations and dialogs are from the first game, when I started playing at first I though I’m playing the first game again. puzzles are TOO easy to the point where you just need to visit all the locations a couple of times and youre done. The story line is very weak, basically one of the heroes gets some brain implant and they travel to the future to get it removed via plastic surgery, thats it. Most of the characters are reused, there are maybe 3 new characters in the entire game. The game itself is very short,

Real player with 54.4 hrs in game

This game is more of add-on, than of sequel in a full meaning of this word. Much of game’s sprites vere reused, especially in the first location, but some new characters appears as jusk reskins of those from the “Red Comrades 1 ”. Also, albeit this game is stand-alone, it’s much shorter than the previous insallement, and can be easlily done in under in 50 minutes.

Conceptually, this game is mainly focused on how in the late 1990s developers saw “the land of the free” throught the prism of the Soviet folklore. They were also making fun of some “western realities”, that have been a fashion in Russia back then. Previous installement seemed to reflect briefly the same theme whilst our stay on the “Brothel level”, and this adds more.

Real player with 10.6 hrs in game

Red Comrades 2: For the Great Justice. Reloaded on Steam



In the 24th century, Earth is overpopulated and humanity is forced to spread out to other plants to secure more resources. Extremely powerful corporations vie for control of new planets, hungry to exploit their resources and secure more power over other corporations.

The battle for corporate rights to planets has been organized into a fast-paced, violent battle sport where hovering combat vehicles called Zephyrs race their way to victory in the Interplanetary Battle Circuit. You are a Zephyr pilot, racing under the banner of your corporate sponsor. Now you must race, dodge and fight your way across the finish line in a battle for glory and for your life.

In Zephyr you can:

  • Choose a corporation and pilot their Zephyr, each with unique stats

  • Pilot your Zephyr in a first-person view

  • Bring down your opponents with your turret-mounted cannon

  • Collect power-ups to improve your Zephyr’s offensive and defensive capabilities

  • Race through beautiful, maze-like cyberpunk arenas

Note: Multiplayer is not supported for this release due to the age of the game, though all original multiplayer content is included.

Zephyr on Steam

Campfire Tales

Campfire Tales

*Note that this is a review for version 1.0.2

Playing status: 3x playthroughs, bad endings


Campfire Tales is a GB Studio game about three people that tell their stories on a camping trip. Three stories will be told by each person to make your camping trip worthwhile.


  • Different endings on each story


  • Clues for getting a good ending are too hard to find

  • Game over by choosing certain options in dialogues

  • Your save will be wiped right before you finished the game

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Campfire Tales on Steam

Happy’s Humble Burger Farm

Happy’s Humble Burger Farm

If you are just playing through the in-game story and nothing else, then you’re doing it wrong. Read this review.

Most players will play through the story and call it a day, so I will let those players review that Story Mode aspect of the game in their own reviews. Though the story is fun, it’s not what makes this game special. For me, the appeal of the game is allowing yourself to sink into and be immersed in the living and breathing game world and not fight to escape it. I had an absolute blast waking up, exploring, unlocking locations, making money by working shifts at the restaurant, upgrading and decorating my apartment, sitting on the couch watching awesome shows on my flatscreen TV, hanging out at the Jazzy Java Joint for a cup of coffee, and just living it out in the city. Once you understand this and immerse yourself, you’ll realize that the main storyline was just an extra side mission and the real game is everything besides it, not the other way around.

Real player with 28.7 hrs in game

There is a review for this game that seems to be a negative one and also happens to have a lot of upvotes. This review complains that this game is not how its demo was. That this game went from a horror diner dash game, to a horror diner dash game with story and added mechanics. Because of this, it wasn’t a game they expected to play at release and it sucks.

The only thing they got right in their review is that this game does not have a “slow burn” horror approach, which I agree it doesn’t and that kind of sucks. Other than that though… This review is wrong. This review is a hot take. This reviewer has terrible opinions. Everyone that upvoted that particular review also have terrible opinions. Below are reasons why…

Real player with 13.5 hrs in game

Happy's Humble Burger Farm on Steam



Maybe my judgement is affected by playing too many terrible raycast engine maker games lately, but I don’t think this game deserves all the flack it’s getting in the reviews section here. Yes, it has problems, but for the price (especially on sale) it’s a decent classic Quake-wannabe FPS shooter.

The Good:

  • classic Quake-style gameplay (though not nearly as good as Quake itself obviously)

  • no ammo cap for any of the guns, unless it’s 999 or something which I’ve never reached

  • no weapon reloading, though some guns have recoil that gets worse the longer you hold down the fire button which is fine

Real player with 11.8 hrs in game

=== [ 👪 Audience: ] ===

🟥 Everyone

🟥 Kids

🟥 Teens

🟩 Adults

🟥 Mature

=== [ 👀 Graphics: ] ===

🟥 What Is This?

🟥 Bad

🟥 Acceptable

🟩 Good

🟥 Great

🟥 Stylistic

🟥 Beautiful

=== [ SOUND/MUSIC ] ===

🟥 Bad

🟥 Nothing Special

🟥 Good

🟥 Great

🟩 Beautiful

=== [ 🌏 Story] ===

🟩 This Game Has No Story

🟥 Nothing Special

🟥 It´s Alright

🟥 Well Written

🟥 Epic Story

=== [ 💎 Price ] ===

🟥 Free

🟥 Underpriced

🟩 Perfect Price

🟥 Could Be Cheaper

🟥 Overpriced

=== [ ⏰ Game time/length ] ===

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

Monument on Steam

Book of Adventum

Book of Adventum

Book of Adventum is an indie action-adventure FPS. The game takes place in a steam-powered world where the player assumes the role of a handyperson tasked to repair a malfunctioning beacon. Book of Adventum combines the time-honored problem solving of adventure FPS games - shooting people in the face and getting through not-so-difficult puzzles - with metaphysical ponderings, which you can happily ignore. The art style of the game takes a deep bow to the genre originators from the mid-aughts with a cartoon-esque flair. Explore every cranny and nook of the open sandbox world, and that’s about 10 hours.

The soundtrack of the game includes tracks from mystical metal band KuuDelta and ambient master Cyborg See Cyborg Do.

Here’s how it’s going to be:

Book of Adventum on Steam