The Hong Kong Massacre

The Hong Kong Massacre

I rarely leave reviews unless its something i hate and want to rake over the coals.. but i have to leave one here to give these people props.

I’ve been following this game since i stumbled over it on Facebook for many many years ago when all there was were just gifs of tech demos. I loved the style and the potential that was shown and i was hooked at the idea.

It is inevitable that reviews will bring up Hotline Miami but that is not a negative. The games look similar but they operate in a different way. There is no score here, take that as a positive or negative but the only thing that influence your score at the end is the challenges and if you completed them or not as well as a your time being logged.

Real player with 171.6 hrs in game

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“The Hong Kong massacre” is the indie tribute to the 80’s-90’s John Woo movies like “Hard-Boiled” or “Bullet in the Head”, made in the form of a top-down shooter.

To those who are TLTR in their heads: It’s a cheap-made indie game. Not bad visually, but very limited by the chosen topic and production costs. Buy it if you really love top-down shooters and 80’s Hong Kong-style action movies. In all other cases, there are good chances that you’ll turn it down after only a little while.

Real player with 33.6 hrs in game

The Hong Kong Massacre on Steam

El Matador

El Matador

When I bought this for 1.24 I was a little skeptical, but after about 9 hours in and done the game, I can saftely say it’s more than worth it, at first the game did feel pretty shitty, weapons shoot much differently than what you’d expect, the camera bobs when you pull the trigger and overall it felt awkward and clunky, but I gave it another chance and holy crap it’s really fun! Weapons are actually satsyfying to use, it’s nice to one shot an enemy on the head with my pistel and see a cloud of blood fill his face as he turns into a ragdoll, sometimes they’ll fly all over the place!

Real player with 10.0 hrs in game

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El Matador is one of those games that’s launched too late to cash in on a trend, and are too average to stand out among the other shooters, so it ended up being a bit of… meh.

The setup is simple… Victor Corbett, DEA, after prologue mission (where he gets to shoot up a night club alongside Mexican Federal Police to catch a bad guy) is being sent to Colombia where he, was assigned by Colombia National Police chief to “observe” a local drug meeting. When his observation post was hit by RPG, he fought his way out and went on the exterminate multiple drug barons, with a bit of help on the local side… but as you can guess, there’s going to be a huge betrayl at the end… who’s the real bad guy, and who’s just a pawn?

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

El Matador on Steam

Hit Zero: Chronos

Hit Zero: Chronos

its like if superhot my friend pedro and stickman fight had a baby

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

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Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

Hit Zero: Chronos on Steam

Sacre Bleu

Sacre Bleu

SteamPunk-Paris: 1650

You are a Musketeer imprisoned on false charges.

Steam-blast your way out and find the evil-doers who framed you.

Uncover a plot to take over France!

  • Bullet-time combat

  • Rocket-jumping

  • Timer-stats for speed-runners

  • 2.5 D Cartoon-graphics

  • Best pretend-French you’ll find anywhere

Sacre Bleu on Steam

Max Payne 3

Max Payne 3

“Anyone can make what I have built

And better now

Anyone can find the same white pills

It takes my pain away” 🎶

~Jimmy Eat World, Pain

OMG, that’s not Max Payne! #NotMyMax” Remember such topics from back in 2012? It was pretty fun. Surprisingly, though, quite a lot of people (yours truly included) kinda… didn’t even feel like playing this game back then. And not because they were triggered or something like that, but because… you know. I mean, look at the screenshots. Another random bald guy shooting some generic gangsters. In Brazil. There’s literally nothing that screams “Play me right now!!!” in that. Especially since we already had one popular series that went down the drain since the moment the main character shaved his head (hello, Sam…). Even though I bought Max Payne 3 ages ago, I was like “meh…”. A lot of people I know felt the same. And that’s the funniest (saddest?) thing about this game. See, Max Payne 3? It was supposed to be a shiny big present to the old-school fans.

Real player with 98.8 hrs in game

One of the best 3rd person shooters you’ll ever play. The story is amazing, I keep coming back to it time and time again and it never gets old. The multiplayer can be fun, if you can find anyone to play with. The action is amazing and gore is just the same. Recommend that you play on harder difficulties for a fun challenge, the only problem I have is that its a bit too hard and in the later levels you’ll be wielding 2 pistols while your enemies will have grenade launchers, machine guns and much more. Overall a great game.

Real player with 68.2 hrs in game

Max Payne 3 on Steam




Real player with 19.1 hrs in game

As of March 2nd it was announced that Superhot is 5 years old. By Golly, they grow up quick. Let me tell ya, I knew ‘em since Superhot was a little boy.

Real player with 10.3 hrs in game


Wanted Killer VR

Wanted Killer VR

Very good game.

Long story short, the game definitely worth my money.

I’ve got several hours of high-quality gameplay and excitement about future updates.

I would give it two ratings.

First, potential. In this regard, it is 9/10.

I believe that if everything goes well, the game is going to be a hit.

It gets 9 only because there is nothing to be completely sure about.

Second, the current state of the game.

And it is 7/10.

It is not 8 because there are things like AI, animations of enemies, player’s hand, the gameplay of some levels which can be improved. But! As for the first early acces release, everything is fine.

Real player with 11.0 hrs in game

The developer gifted me this for review and testing purposes.

Wanted Killer VR is a good fun arcade shooter with upgradable weapons. Has campaign and locomotion options. It is a cartoon comic theme type game but looks good. I think you will enjoy this. It keeps you on your toes. It starts off easy but progresses along nicely. During game play there are health and armor pickups. Don’t compare this to the big boys of VR gaming and remember this is an arcade type shooter so the gun play is NOT realistic. But the variety of guns are effective and the enemies move around enough to make it seem like they are kind of smart. They at times shoot at you from all directions so no standing still here.The menu has some options to change but is early access so give the developer time to add things and tweak the game. Give feedback first. Not negative reviews. Let’s give these Indie devs a chance to do something before squashing them. Yeah? For me the game is fun. This is one to add to the library. Everything seemed to work so my rating as it is right now is 7/10.

Real player with 2.5 hrs in game

Wanted Killer VR on Steam

Commandment #7 - Thou Should Not Kill

Commandment #7 - Thou Should Not Kill

“Commandment #7 - Thou Should Not Kill” is a cinematic action-shooter game about ex-CIA agent with using slow motion effect. He went to retirement, but old “friends” came for revenge and kidnapped his daughter. Now, you have 24 hours to rescue her and stop all this mess.

Our main hero is John Brown - ex-CIA agent which is leaving on the farm with his family at retirement. Life is peaceful and quit till one day when he got a call from Viktor - son of his old friend. Viktor wants revenge as his father died during the mission and believes that John is guilty for that. Now, John’s daughter is kidnapped and he has 24 hours only to get her back. This is where fast action story-rich game is starting.


  • First person shooter

  • Story rich drama

  • Slow motion effects during action scenes

  • Different type of guns

  • Beautiful environments with different locations

  • Day/night and sun/storm effects

  • And many more…

Commandment #7 - Thou Should Not Kill on Steam



Quite a good game. I admit there are some issues that need to be resolved but overall it’s rather good. I would like it for more weapons to be had and finding things easier like keys and the like. I also think there should be some more places to explore than just the one city. Overall it’s good if you just like to walk around and blow stuff up in a way. Perhaps more weapons and more effects like fireballs and flames from buildings and the like would make it better.

Real player with 185.1 hrs in game

Completely Wreckomended. Earn points from shooting things to upgrade in order to use the exotic vehicles for even more destructive fun!

Update: I found enough keys so I just unlocked survival mode which made me giggity, and now I look forward to unlocking the rest! Recent updates today or yesterday are awesome, game is super fun for me!

Real player with 97.6 hrs in game

Destructo on Steam

El Paso, Elsewhere

El Paso, Elsewhere

El Paso, Elsewhere is a supernatural neo-noir third-person shooter. Hunt werewolves, fallen angels, and other damned creatures in a vivid slow motion love letter to action classics. Fight your way through a reality-shifting motel, floor by bloody floor. Save the victims of Draculae, lord of the vampires. Destroy the villain you loved–even if it means dying yourself.

Somewhere in El Paso, Texas, a three-story motel gained another 46 stories… all below ground.

So, yeah.

This is going to get loud.


  • Original hip-hop soundtrack.

  • Molotov cocktails filled with holy blue flame.

  • A fully-voiced neo-noir story campaign set in a reality-shifting motel full of monsters.

  • Hordes of destructible physics objects; for shooting.

  • More slow-motion dives than you would think it is humanly possible to fit into a single video game.

El Paso, Elsewhere on Steam