Outcast 2 - A New Beginning

Outcast 2 - A New Beginning

20 years after the award-winning action adventure hit, Outcast, pioneered the genre of non-linear open-world games, the long-awaited sequel sees Cutter Slade return to the spectacular alien world of Adelpha. Resurrected by the almighty Yods, he has returned to find the Talans enslaved, the world stripped of its natural resources, and his own past intertwining with the invading robot forces. It’s up to him to go on a mission and save the planet again.

The original team behind Outcast 1 has reunited to create this fascinating world, full of dangerous creatures and home to the Talan people – an ancient culture whose fate has become inextricably linked with earth since the events of the first game. You play as Cutter Slade, ex-Navy SEAL, sporting the same dry wit he had back in the 90s – however, the world around him has changed and eventually, so will he.

To save Adelpha, you will …

  • use your jetpack to jump, air-dash, glide, and quickly traverse the fantastic in-game open world

  • combine dozens of different modules to create your own personal weapon for taking down the robot invaders

  • have total control to approach the story at your own pace in this non-linear world

  • explore the world without boundaries, discover hidden temples and dangerous wildlife

  • get familiar with the Talan culture while helping them free their villages and gain access to ancient Talan powers that use forces of nature to destroy your enemies

  • experience a beautiful, hand-crafted world accompanied by an epic soundtrack by Outcast’s original composer, Lennie Moore

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Outcast 2 - A New Beginning on Steam

Shape of America: Episode One

Shape of America: Episode One

Leaving this review because it’s the least I can do after getting this as part of a $1 bundle which is literaly a steal even for just one episode of this game. There are very few games based on politics and most tend to the statistical simulations vs the push and pull of who-you-know and who-to-help/gain future favor from horse trading that is politics (as opposed to policy) and this is the first/only game I’ve seen that does that and one that offers a pretty decent story and characters to boot. $5/episode is about the right price for the game given the current presentation level but I’d say the core game and ultimate the enjoyability of all is worth $10. This is a developer worth supporting.

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

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Eh, it’s ok. I was able to make over a million dollars because a stock fell bellow $0, so they paid me to buy it… which was weird. Also there are tons of grammar and spelling issues, weird endless loops of possible throwdowns among other dialog issues, glitches, and strange designs that just make it feel pretty low-quality. And they canceled the future game episodes, so what they have is barely worth it because it ends right as the story gets interesting. Too bad too, it seemed like it had potential.

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

Shape of America: Episode One on Steam

The Witch Eye

The Witch Eye

As a horror games fan i have to say i did got scared XD which is rare but the game is kinda short and could have been more but its worth the price.

Forgot to mention if ur game crashes start it again sometimes it happens hope it helps :P

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

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The game crashes were occurring in low spec machines and now have been fixed.

“This is not a review “.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

The Witch Eye on Steam

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes

Better than most modern movies!

At first, the story seems cliche but will intrigue you the more you learn.

Choices shape your journey and allow for multiple play-throughs in return.

Exciting, scary and silly, all in one.

It’ll take you at least 5 hours before you’re done.

Off to find more secrets, I go.

There is much more of the plot, I need to know.

But there is one final note, for me to leave.

A grade of 7/10, this piece of art will receive.

And a word of advice, as you choose who will live or die.

Real player with 49.0 hrs in game


Very fun with friends. Your choices can affect each other’s characters and you can mess around a lot.

Voice acting was well done.

The graphics look pretty.

There is a lot of action.


The game isn’t scary.

Quick time events don’t do anything most of the time, and failing them doesn’t affect the outcome of the scene. When this is noticed you are unimmersed.

Some dialogue choices aren’t well enough presented so you pick what initially sounds good, but then the character says something completely different than you intended.

Real player with 25.6 hrs in game

The Dark Pictures Anthology: House of Ashes on Steam

Neverspring Chronicles

Neverspring Chronicles

Far across the Northern Sea, as the crow flies, past the smokey coasts of Serpatia Trade City and over the sodded old ramps of Bridgeton lay the sprawling untamed wilds of the Frontier. Moss covered stones, wet with the mist of babbling brooks, line the creeks and rivers that run like veins through the upthrust mountains and rolling hills. Or so it was before… in the days when Mit and Manava were still just distant warring factions. Way out in the Frontier, no one ever expected they would be a threat to anyone but each other. The Twin Kingdoms had fought for 1,000 years… until the day the sky was wounded.

Their reckless magic could not stop the sun, but the moon and stars were lost behind a scattered strata of bruised clouds. Reliable navigation ceased, crops withered to dust, and the world plunged into despair. It was then that the Twin Kingdoms came together in a joint effort to preserve the status quo, harnessing the fading power of magic into Mana Machines collectively known as Thaumatechnology. With that power they waged war to bring the world under one rule, for the good of all. But those who had settled the Frontier found their freedom replaced with nothing but service to a greater power. For three long years, they dared to fight for their freedom.

…they failed.

A disgraced soldier and his magically gifted sister must confront the shadow of their estranged father to survive in a world where technology feeds on the death of magic. Hunt down fading magics to customize your combat abilities and explore a world on the edge of death and rebirth as you navigate a dynamic narrative toward multiple endings in this old school 90’s style JRPG.


  • A rich and dynamic narrative designed for replayability through exploring the permanence of consequences.

  • Choices matter in a branching storyline with multiple endings that change depending on the who, what, when, where of how you play the game.

  • A simple yet meaningful Day/Night and Weather cycle that effects combat, NPC spawns, and exploration opportunities.

  • Lots of easter eggs, hidden secrets, and optional content.

  • Traditional sideview RPG combat with a renewed focus on party organization and resource management.

Neverspring Chronicles on Steam