KO Mech

KO Mech

I can’t recommend this game enough. It’s incredibly satisfying to beat the snot out of everything in sight, and in as flashy a manner as possible. The game has a real charm about it, the plot reminds me a lot of Need For Speed: Most Wanted in that it’s very straightforward. You’re gonna become the best robot mech boxer, and that’s all you really need to go on story-wise.

My sole warning is that if you have a cheap mouse, it may not survive some of these levels, since you have to click rapid-fire to punch out all the enemies and their projectiles and it can get really intense in certain areas

Real player with 17.9 hrs in game

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It’s not a bad game. It’s just not really worth the time tbqh. It’s relatively short so you don’t feel cheated but its also bare bones so you get what you pay for.

You move in all directions, and can shoot or just keep pressing attack to be invincible 90% of the time. The basic premise is that you traverse a level and open doors to get to the boss of the level. You move in all cardinal directions and evade and/or attack enemies whilst flipping switches. Very reminiscent of old 90’s “collect the keycard to proceed” gameplay. It’s nothing too complex, and beyond the fancy looking trailer and eye-candy there’s really not a lot going on here.

Real player with 6.2 hrs in game

KO Mech on Steam

Mecha Tactics

Mecha Tactics

a complex mechanics driven hidden gem 3

Real player with 0.4 hrs in game

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Only played a few minutes

I like the 4x game with Mecha idea,

but it needs a Tutorial of some sort

I have know clue whats going on

or how to play I know this game has potential

but in think it needs to go back in the oven for a bit.

Any ways not bad for less than the cost of a cup coffee

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Mecha Tactics on Steam

Astebreed: Definitive Edition

Astebreed: Definitive Edition

First: ignore the “TOO EASY” reviews. They are jokes. None of them took note of score, 1CCed Hard mode or even COMPLETED it.

One of the best, most underrated indie games out there, made doubly impressive by the development company’s obscurity & status as part-time devs. Despite classic arcade-like design principles, it’s not a “nostalgia game”; it can hardly be described as “X meets Y”. Maybe Sin & Punishment’s cinematic on-rails presentation + a shmup’s bullet dodging + Alien Soldier’s sheer variety of stuff to do… but that wouldn’t really do it justice.

Real player with 48.1 hrs in game

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This review will be primarily focused on the Definitive Edition release and it’s new features. Owners of the original version will automatically receive the Definitive Edition update for free.

SCORE: 8/10

Pros: Extremely fast-paced action with varying degrees of difficulty, absolutely stunning visuals (further enhanced particles and blur for the Definitive Edition), extremely memorable soundtrack (new tracks have been added), high replayability even for a considerably short game. Extensive (and even slighty interactive) gallery provides fans of the game a more in-depth look at virtually everything involved with the lore. Further enhanced optimization options (including higher resolution support).

Real player with 43.1 hrs in game

Astebreed: Definitive Edition on Steam

Clash of the Metal

Clash of the Metal

Hyper Mecha Anime Manga Fighting Unleashed!

Clash of the Metal introduces futuristic mecha combat in a glorious 2D anime styled arcade action fighting game. Putting you in control of an array of mechs, each with varying attributes, Clash of the Metal provides fast-paced combat against the CPU, local or online players.


  • Single player vs CPU or 2 player local or online

  • 12 Mech rosta with additional characters

  • Various fight location scenes

  • Versus mode against another player or CPU

  • Story mode

  • Training room

  • Spectacular anime style visuals at 60fps

Clash of the Metal on Steam

BE-A Walker

BE-A Walker

Be warned, im gonna include a few spoilers here and there in the review, if you dont want to see them, skip this review

I saw some gameplay from a youtuber and i was immediatly attached to this game, i played the demo and had a ton of fun, even just being 2 missions, it was still very fun (but i did have my problems with the overheating, however it has been fixed with the patch so i guess it can slide) i did have my problems with the walking since it had a QWOP feeling but i learned it after a bit and slowly started to master it and it wasnt that bad to learn.

Real player with 19.1 hrs in game

BE-A Walker is a sidescrolling re-enactment of the plot of James Cameron’s Avatar. You pilot a bipedal mech across the surface of an alien planet blasting and stomping on the natives as you go. Except you do that exact same thing…. repeatedly. For the whole game.

This game is definitely fun for a bit, but every mission is pretty much the same, broken up occasionally with a ‘walk through the base without stepping on the blind scientists’ mission or ‘walk through a minefield’ mission, which mostly just slow the game down, without improving it much.

Real player with 16.0 hrs in game

BE-A Walker on Steam

Tactical Vanguard Saga

Tactical Vanguard Saga

Nice game sofar,, but right now it seems only the first Mission is playable, it will not let me continue to the next Map after the 1st intermission.

For a Game that lasted less than 30 minutes 4€ is a bit much, hope it will bne updated in Future with more Missions.

For now sadly i cannot recommend it

Real player with 0.9 hrs in game

A slightly-edited worked example of TShadowKnight’s SRW Engine MV, featuring some unique assets but just one stage that’s all of 15 minutes long. So, this is blatantly unfinished crapware trying to get money out of people by promising a game but then not actually creating the game.

Can’t recommend buying this for any reason.

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game

Tactical Vanguard Saga on Steam

BLUE SABERS: Early Mission

BLUE SABERS: Early Mission


Use conventional and three types of special weapons to overcome difficult situations.

Take control of the battlefield with support aircraft!

Long-established STG development team, Blue&White, the first new one in 13 years, and a new origin!


More than a decade of warfare between the MUltinational COmpanys Community (MUCOC) and the International Unification Treaty Organization (IUTO) has left both sides exhausted and A stalemate had been reached.

To break the deadlock, the MUCOC fleet gathered its remaining forces and launched Operation Earth Descent.

Although the IUTOs were allowed to descend, they put up a desperate resistance to prevent the expansion of the front line.

However, there were not enough surplus forces, and the counter-offensive was left in the hands of a mish-mash of new recruits and reserve forces.

The name of the unit was the “Blue Sabres”.

Thus the battle later known as “Second MUCOC War” has began.


The main point of the game is how to make a way with powerful weapons and supply.

Break out of a difficult situation by mastering three types of special weapons, which are limited to normal armament and singular numbers.

Calling for your support aircraft, Garuda, allows you to refuel your special weapons and restore your ship’s shields.

The key to victory is the timing of calling the Garuda.


  • A shmup with a unique supply system.

  • Dynamic camera work with 3D graphics added to the 2D shooting experience.

  • 7 stages + Tutorial

  • 6 ships + 2 support aircrafts

  • Gamepad supported.

BLUE SABERS: Early Mission on Steam



This is a game whose enjoyment comes with several caveats: Do you like gundam (or other giant robot shows)? Do you enjoy oldschool turn based strategy? Can you overlook some rough bits of rough presentation for an otherwise pretty enough experience?

This is a very niche game for fans of the Mobile Suit Gundam franchise. I say that, but it’s geared more towards those who have watched the more modern shows (and shows that the west have more experience with). No Universal Century (barring one special machine); this focuses on Gundam’s Wing, SEED, 00, and Iron Blooded Orphans. Your enjoyment of this game is tired very closely to how much you enjoyed those series.

Real player with 491.0 hrs in game

Super Deformed Gundam

SD Gundam G Generation is a series of strategy-RPG games that focus on the Gundam. Developed by TOM CREATE and Released by Bandai. It’s long time series since late 90s and still continue to this day. However SD Gundam G Generation Cross Rays is special than other because it’s the first in this series that is officially localized outside of Japan and got released worldwide in major platform.

The game is actually very popular much like Super Robot Wars counterpart in Japan, as it’s only game that allow wide customization and ability to use many Gundam in the way beyond imagine. Countless of animations and copious eye candy fanservices, each mobile suit can have unique animations for themselves for each moveset, animation for dodging, animation for making entrance and exit and much more. The story that catches on the glimpse of beauty presented in the series are what make the them great despite the subjective Super Deformed fashion and somewhat straightforward gameplay.

Real player with 444.3 hrs in game




i wanted to like this but the controls are horrible and the game is generally boring

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game


Rigid Force Alpha

Rigid Force Alpha

I had this game on my wishlist and once it went in the sale I picked it up straight away. I have only played it for like an hour and I can already say this game is Awesome! It reminds me alot of Project X on the Amiga from back in the day except not as ludicrously hard! LOL Seriously the graphics are superb, the music is just brilliant and the gameplay is tight! I am so glad I eventually picked it up. If you love your old school shooters you need to own this game immediately, its as simple as that.

Real player with 12.0 hrs in game

This is a really nice surprise. An excellent old school SHMUP with modern graphics. I’m just diving into the game but can already tell a lot of love has been put into it (about 7 years of love according to the devs). It’s an outstanding attempt to bring back the simple feelings of the past and quite a feat considering it’s the devs first venture into this genre. RFA indeed feels very reminiscent of R-type mixed with a few other 90’s style shooters. Leaderboards are present for score chasers with 3 difficulty modes to compete in though I’d recommend Hard mode for purists ;-) Looking forward to placing on the leaderboards!

Real player with 11.3 hrs in game

Rigid Force Alpha on Steam