Hassle 1977

Hassle 1977

Wasn’t expecting such good stuff as small indie game. This product has so much potential, I do hope devs are planning some advertisement for it and they will add more features in the near future!

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

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pre-pre-pre alpha game feeling (clearly not beta)

vehicule physics are trash

no in game mapping controls

bad ost (for me)

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

Hassle 1977 on Steam



A heartwarming tale of the will of mankind, and its ability to persevere through any adversity. The game is fun, silly, and an enjoyable 3 or so hour experience. Take it at face value as a satirical, goofy game and not one meant to be taken immensely seriously.

Also, dash in the air to go much faster. It doesn’t always work, but most of the time it does.

Real player with 3.7 hrs in game

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Godkiller on Steam



Combine Aegis’s strength and speed with your skill to fight robot armies and change the course of history!

• A unique and mysterious heroine

As Paris burns and bleeds during the Revolution, you are Aegis, an automaton masterpiece made by Vaucanson, an engineer in the service of the Clockwork King. Make the most of your mechanical prowess to adapt Aegis to your style of play and become a fearsome warrior, a deadly dancer or a virtuoso of elemental arts.

• Dynamic and challenging gameplay

Engage in ruthless and intense fights against technological marvels that are as complex as they are unforgiving. Your nerves and skills will be tested to their limits at every moment spent battling these relentless enemies and epic bosses.

• Paris is your playground

The City of Light has been plunged into darkness and is in need of you. Use your energy, flexibility and tools to navigate the streets, rooftops, neighbourhoods and castles of Paris and reveal hidden secrets.

• A fascinating story rooted in history

Delve into an enthralling alternate history filled with formidable mechanical enemies and potential allies with questionable motives. You are the only one you can count on to untangle the knots of history and ensure the Revolution succeeds!

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Steelrising on Steam

World War Zero

World War Zero

It’s really cool to see this on Steam since back in the day the PC CD version was only ever sold in the UK. I played Iron Storm 20 years ago but never got a chance to play this game until now. Anyway, World War Zero is a 2004 Playstation 2 port of the 2002 PC game Iron Storm, but so many changes were made that it feels like almost an entirely different game, with only the basic level layout and story being the same.

It feels like a very typical “average” console FPS of the time period; overall feel is extremely similar to games like Warhammer 40k Fire Warrior, Red Faction 2, Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death, Killzone 1, etc. Gameplay is run-and-gun with no aim-down-sights, there is a little bit of sidepath exploration for extra ammo but overall levels are straightforward and linear, enemy behavior is mostly just run into line-of-sight, then stand still and shoot at you.

Real player with 13.8 hrs in game

A fun mindless shooter that literally is BF1 before BF because everyone is using modern warfare type weapons and equipment. Diesel punk future more or less, but you play as the bad guys who literally “float armies on the stock market” against Ugenberg who surpressed the Bolsheviks which inadvertently stops WW2 but instead culminates to a long 60 year war and they try to pull a “humanity good war is pointless” which makes sense for that time but comes off as hollow because it’s forcing WW1 to have an obvious good guy bad guy cliche at the same time. And when you know the history it’s a bit more depressing, fun but meh. Also, the last boss is a pain, since you don’t get directions to anywhere just objectives and a map to wander in (like all old school games like that), you may have trouble finding it but there’s a Buddha statue and an elevator on the 2nd floor that you don’t even know is there. The boss is just a pain, you have to exploit his slow walking and stupidity because his minigun chews through you and anything blocking it, so just walk him to the boxes on the left via the alleyway and chuck grenades and whatnot over till he dies.

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

World War Zero on Steam

Anoyo: zero

Anoyo: zero


Live the story Of A World Yet to Be Discovered!

Anoyo: zero is the prologue of a story yet to be told. In a classic style with old school difficulty make your way to the end facing horder of enemies that will try to destroy you no matter what. This game takes the basics of shoot’em up and creates a new mix! Will you be up to the challenge?

Dodge projectiles, destroy your enemies and shoot down threats coming from the sky in this fast-acting side-action game. Use the three main characters Keondaru, Alca and Yuli to destroy each of the monsters in each level that will do their best to kill you. Master the skills of each of the heroes to achieve victory: Use strong blows to kill enemies on the ground, use bullets to make flying enemies descend and destroy those who attack you from long distance and master the handling of the mirrors to reverse projectiles and turn the battle in your favor. All this and more in Anoyo: Zero!

Anoyo: zero on Steam

Iron Storm

Iron Storm

TLDR: Very buggy, but okay for the most part. Really cool premise and atmosphere. Would recommend to those who enjoy Return to Castle Wolfenstein.

Story/Overall Atmosphere:

World War 1 never ended. It has continued on to the 1960’s. There have been advancements in technology, but not by allot. The atmosphere is quite nice. Someone said the game looks ugly because it’s just too brown, but I strongly disagree. I think it adds to the atmosphere of the game. I really like the entire concept and atmosphere all together. It’s really good stuff.

Real player with 20.8 hrs in game

I’ve read a number of reveiws of this game, mostly negative. Quite frankly I don’t understand why. I’ve owned the disk version of this game for some time now and have played it nearly a dozen times. It is what I like to call one of my “perennial favorites”, or more specifically, one of those games I play every couple of years. Now having picked it up on Steam for a mere $1.03 I’m enjoying it yet again.

Iron Storm has immersive atmosphere, cool weapons and satisfying, challenging combat. The story, while nothing particularly original manages to drag me in and keep me there. You embark on a seemingly simple objective but circumstance makes the goal anything but simple. There are some tricky parts that leave you wondering what you are supposed to do or where to go but they are few and once figured out pose no problem.

Real player with 15.9 hrs in game

Iron Storm on Steam

Wolfenstein: The New Order

Wolfenstein: The New Order

this game is soooooo goood oh my god get it now

Real player with 47.0 hrs in game

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Real player with 38.5 hrs in game

Wolfenstein: The New Order on Steam

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Killing Nazis is very satisfying, and this game doesn’t fail to deliver.

Quite similar to the first one (which for me is a big plus, as I liked it a lot as well), with a couple of new features (

! contraptions, side quests, enigma machine etc.).

What I liked:

  • variety of locations;

  • memorable characters;

  • satisfying shooting and combat mechanics;

  • story is alright;

  • enemies are OK animation- and AI-wise;

  • possibility of different playstyles and approaches (I prefer stealth, and here it’s implemented nicely);

Real player with 52.3 hrs in game

“Come and f******* get me you white ass nazi pigs!” and the white supremacist father make this too much for me. Yeah, the cringe is strong with this one. Couldn’t help but think this was in response to the sitting president when this was made. Irregardless, this is just a copy paste of the last game with a side of politics and weak story sprinkled in. I don’t know how you can screw this game up, but they managed it somehow.

Real player with 36.1 hrs in game

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on Steam

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, a prequel to Wolfenstein: The New Order, is a quality first-person shooter (FPS) that ticks all the boxes, so it definitely gets my recommendation. However, I did miss the emphasis on storytelling and the variety in gameplay of the first game, so I would rate The Old Blood slightly below The New Order. This a matter of personal preference, of course. If you prefer all action all the time, The Old Blood may be more to your liking than The New Order.

Real player with 22.8 hrs in game

Ima start off with this

I liked wolfenstien the new order, I LOVED wolfenstein the old blood.

Part of the reason for this is, as a kid, i played “Return to castle wolfenstien” in coop about a thousand times with my father. We fought the old Helga and the zombies and occult leaders, SS paranormal division, abominations, and we actually fought in the namesake castle of the series. Blazko and agent one.

If you played single player in that game, agent 1 died in the castle, but in coop, it changed the story and he lived as player 2, which was cool.

Real player with 20.0 hrs in game

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood on Steam



I don’t really enjoy fighting games but this is one I have really stuck with. It sticks very true to the style and animation of the anime, being just as bombastic. One thing you must keep in mind with this game is that it IS kusoge, so don’t go in expecting Tekken or Street fighter tier quality. But, for a kusoge, it has really impressed me. Each voice actor for every character going, Japanese and English dubs, have voiced hundreds of unique voice lines each for this game which really impressed me. It also features a decent soundtrack, with each character getting a few tracks each. The models look good and the game is very well animated during matches.

Real player with 117.3 hrs in game

EDIT: Review was edited

The game itself is fan-freakin-tastic. It’s probably one of the most fun fighting games I’ve played in a quite a while and is miles better than My Hero One’s Justice, and eons above shovel ware crap like Jump Force. So why is the review marked “not recommended?” TLDR, it’s the port.



The visuals are incredibly damn good and faithful to the original show, recreating scenes, moves, and ultimates straight from the source. Just watch a video showcasing all of the ultimates in the game, because that will show you just how gorgeous it looks. My only problem with the visuals is the odd blur and pixelation the game has, it’s especially noticable when comparing gameplay to the UI, but it’s definitely nowhere near a game killer and doesn’t impede gameplay in any way; either way, I think this game looks grand. Not DBFZ level grand, but it gets close.

Real player with 98.1 hrs in game

KILL la KILL -IF on Steam