Legacy of Vane

Legacy of Vane

If you like this type of rpg then better get this game.

Music- always fit the situation, haunting, beautiful, etc.

Story- interesting and well thought out. with a great ending and room for a sequel.

Dialogue- good but could have been wittier.

Options- I love options and here are more than usual. Battles can be real time or turn based.

Customization of character- Yes to some extent and many images to choose from.

Price- Developer is practically giving it away. Certainly worth much more than being asked.

Real player with 61.5 hrs in game

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Legacy of Vane is an addictve, well designed, challenging, and fun rpg. Graphics are terrific, story fantastic, game play top-notch, with so many innovative features such as jewels (which any character can equip which adds various powerful magic and powerups), and each character has a special ability which is used and needed throughout the game. There is a wide variety of monsters, battles are quick, with a good number of towns, castles, caves, etc. Most weapons/armor/rings give additional skills. And the best of all is a developer(Landy) who is super quick to answer questions and give immediate help (including adding fixes and updates). This is a highly recommended and enjoyable rpg as Landy has once again produced a must play rpg.

Real player with 18.2 hrs in game

Legacy of Vane on Steam

far light

far light

A game inspired by the jrpg of the nineties of turn battles, however it has something new like choices and freedom but like everything of the nineties do not think that you will find things easy.

interact and explore the game this is the biggest premise in this game of ten finals because even the main missions are not shown only commented by the npcs and the choices be careful what you choose after all.

you can end up as a slave or as the queen of your country this game is all interactable from buying a store to having an extra income to counting the truth to an old friend of your father will all give some kind of consequence whether it is good or bad I hope you like this experience different from other modern games

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Project Apax

Project Apax

Join Laia and Evan, two young graduated Apprentices from the Kingdom of Agni, in their adventure to face the powerful Kingdom of Gea. The echoes of a dark past return to threaten all we know, unless the prophecy of the Anointed comes true.

Paying tribute to the great classics

Inspired by great classics like Final Fantasy IX or Golden Sun, Project Apax is a nostalgic old school RPG with a deep narrative and interactive battle system. With an appealing anime style and neat VFX, it immerses the player in an animated movie. All music has been composed by YouFulca.

Battle mode

  • Realtime turn-based combat

  • Interactive and dynamic combat actions

  • AI-powered enemies that will require strategy

Exploration mode

  • 3 continents and 10 cities, with over 80 hours of content

  • Interactive environment

  • Rewarding puzzles

  • Explorable dungeons

  • Two encounter modes: random encounters and visible enemies

The world of Project Apax

_Iberis was a world at peace. Gone are the times of the Great Conflict, which was about to end the world as it is known. Nations that ruled their vast lands evolved and their inhabitants lived peacefully in prosperous cities. The threat once known as The Collapse, which would disrupt the equilibrium of the known world and lead it to its destruction, was nothing more than a tale to scare children at night.

Or so we believed.

Conflicting cults began to emerge trying to manipulate society and governments to awaken an ancient menace. The five great pilars, major seals from a dark power, began to rumble, heralding the arrival of a new era. Iberis is at the beginning of a new stage which can mark a cruel and tragic destiny for the world, unless the prophecy comes true and the Anointed appear to face this threat.

None of us knew what this trip was going to bring us, nor the consequences that our failure could bring.

Let me tell you how, in a few minutes, world was plunged into Chaos.

Evan, Agni’s Fire Apprentice_

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Retro Classix: Gate of Doom

Retro Classix: Gate of Doom

Arcade machine classic dungeon crawler - now with unlimited quarters! Let the Knight, Wizard, Bard and Ninja die and die again as you slaughter monsters, collect loot and thwart evil!


Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

Incredible game! worth trying out for any retro fans

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

Retro Classix: Gate of Doom on Steam



Deafening silence in the deep darkness of space.

The Magna 6 system is home to the most advanced weapons lab the universe has ever known. Two months ago, communications with the orbiting facility mysteriously went dead without any warning. If the cutting edge weapons in the station were to fall into the wrong hands, the results would be cataclysmic. Knowing that quick action is necessary, but unaware of what terrors might have caused the break in communication, you are called in to lead a small team of brave but expendable explorers through the imperiled space station with a mission to ascertain the fate of its crew.

Krisalis Software and Teque London’s gripping isometric squad-based sci-fi action RPG follows your team of four explorers as they trek through the dark environments of the Weapons Research Facility to uncover the mystery of what went wrong. Each member of the team is chosen by the player based on their strengths and weaknesses, as well as their personality and individual history. As the leader of the unit, you have full control over the inventories and actions of your squad, even down to deciding when to use headlamps to illuminate the darkness. But watch out – the inky blackness of space hides friend and foe alike.

  • Traverse the dimly lit corridors of the Weapons Research Facility and beam down to the planet surface for terrestrial excursions.

  • Craft weapons by combining interchangeable items found on your mission and use them to battle against hostile defense robots and other menacing threats.

  • Marvel at the real-time dynamic lighting powered by impressive Super Photoscaping lighting techniques. Watch lamps and explosions cast lights and shadows on the environment, and use your squad’s headlamps to illuminate puzzles along your route.

  • Take full control of your team of explorers as you manage their inventories, guide their individual actions, and keep tabs on their life-giving fluid levels.

Shadoworlds on Steam

Finding Light

Finding Light

This is in my opinion the best one in this series of 4 games so far. If you are thinking of playing it I would suggest getting Knight Bewitched first, which is the second in the series. The first one, Black Tower, is rather repetitive and is not really related to the second, even though it is to the rest, so you can come back to it afterwards if you are committed to playing the whole series.

Also Dispel is the worst thing in the history of everything and I hated it with a passion. Otherwise very enjoyable game.

Real player with 40.5 hrs in game

I really didn’t expect to enjoy this game … 8-bit, greyscale … hmmmm

But the old brain soon adjusts and you’re drawn into the story. Music is retro and really great in some areas - especially the future section of the Black Tower.

Game objectives are clear, though not always easy to achieve. I spent a lot of time running round trying to find things. Battles in new sections are always a challenge too.

Steam achievements are working. And I missed out on defeating the Master Slime and on finding the last alchemical recipes. Also I was playing on Normal - I don’t think I could manage Hard on this game.

Real player with 28.1 hrs in game

Finding Light on Steam



The game is very enjoyable from the peaceful soundtrack to the ping you get from catching a new monster. Keeping in mind its early access somethings could be made clearer, like for example perhaps in the pause menu a place where you can see the controls, or perhaps adjusting the dialog from some NPCS made easier to understand, For those who don’t know how to think. For the price of roughly $22, id say its worth it, the game currently has 20ish monsters to catch and Nyanko (Dev) has already pushed out a large number of fixes for bugs that the very welcoming and active community report in the games discord page. All and all if your looking fun, peaceful game to take your time on and enjoy with minor challengers, then this may be the game for you.

Real player with 30.6 hrs in game

Neumunsters is a game that is very charming because of the design of its monsters and surroundings. The game also shows a lot of potential with all of the planned content. Nyanko also patches a lot of bugs really quickly and tries to add new stuff as soon as possible which is quite astonishing if you consider that they make by themselves. I personally would say that the game is worth its current price explicitly if you consider that it will get more content over time.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Nuumonsters on Steam

Legend of Mana

Legend of Mana

This game is my favorite game of all time. It has so much depth. Everything about it is great. Its hard for me to be objective here so I’ll try to break out what I love about it in order of importance.

1. The combat. The combat has a lot of variety to it with multiple weapons, plunge attacks, magic spells, golem behaviors, monster pets, and synch effects. Its kinda like a fighting game in that you can combine skills together to chain some pretty awesome combos. You can play local co op too and beat the crap out of the enemies with your friends.

Real player with 60.2 hrs in game

The moment I saw the announcement of Legend of Mana Remaster appear both on Steam and Nintendo Direct a few months back, I was overcome with nostalgia and anticipation. This game was a favorite and staple of m middle school days and I remember fondly the times I played with my brother completing dungeons and quests, bouting out in the arena with our characters, and just explore the world of Fa’diel and be mystified by its surroundings and diverse characters.

Now, as an adult, I have revisited my little treehouse and see through it with a newer perspective and compared it with what I can remember in my childhood.

Real player with 56.7 hrs in game

Legend of Mana on Steam

The Last Islands of Man

The Last Islands of Man

I wanted to like this game, but I can’t recommend it in its current state.

I played this game after watching a critique of it and liking the idea of a game which is brutally difficult, time-bound, and allowed for different classes for your own experience. The game is brutally difficult, but not in a fair way, its just blatantly unbalanced at quite a few points. The initial premise is that the world is being overrun in water, and people and monsters are fighting for the last few scraps of land that remain, you as the hero, are trying to find a solution. That said let’s go over the individual points.

Real player with 7.5 hrs in game

The Last Islands of Man on Steam



Game is a fun classic JRPG. Story isn’t overly complex but the characters give it a lot of charm. Lot of customizability to the characters. A good 30-40 hour romp.

Real player with 99.3 hrs in game

Ok so since I am the only one in my language who has actually played the game lets review so far.

  1. Don’t listen to negative reviews if any especially on Web pages they have not played it much.

  2. I also am playing on the most difficult play setting with all the DLC enabled cant speak for other difficulties etc.

Pros - Lots to do tons of content though I am not sure how far into the game I am so far I cant put it down.

Great graphics considering and wonderful play concepts like auto battles, planting bushes etc.

Real player with 87.9 hrs in game

Ruinverse on Steam