Ascendants Rising

Ascendants Rising

the game is still at its early stage, the tutorial is very simple, at the beginning you have to press “V” to continue with the tutorial, after defeating the final boss, you will go into the hub were you can team up with your friends, at the moment it does not have a LFG system, according to the dev on discord they say it is going to be added in the future, so if you want to play you have to find friends on their discord and add them on steam, invite them through steam and then you can play. The game is good looking, we have to keep in mind this is an alpha and that new content and fixes will be delivered. At the moment this is not a single player game, you have to either go to the game discord and find people there or your group of friends has to buy the game as well.

Real player with 12.9 hrs in game

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I love the PvE aspect of the game in the Coliseum. It is also very challenging cause the bosses are really hard to beat!

Currently there are some bugs and some of the servers are not running well. But these are trivial and I believe that the devs can easily fix them in the coming days or maybe weeks at max.

Should you try the game? For sure! See you at the Coliseum!

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

Ascendants Rising on Steam

Attack on Titan 2 - A.O.T.2 - 進撃の巨人2

Attack on Titan 2 - A.O.T.2 - 進撃の巨人2

Attack on Titan 2 is the only one game I don’t regret spending so much money. After 400+ it’s finally time for me to write a review for it.

First of all, the Custom Character we create - probably I’m going to be the only one, but I dislike it. We can only choose details from other characters, there’s nothing original. But okay, it could’ve been worse. But I don’t like how the character we create has no impact on the history. It goes just like in the anime, with few extra scenes. We don’t change the fate of some characters, who was told to be dead, is going to be dead (+ our character at least twice could’ve saved the cast characters, but didn’t do that, which I find very annoying). We can only save them after beating Story Mode. We’re just extra character. Personally, I’d prefer if we could change the fates of characters as the story goes, based on our decisions.

Real player with 449.3 hrs in game

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TLDR: I LOVE THIS GAME. And I want to emphasise the word “game”, because THIS is a game. Not like the first one, which was extremely overpriced and lacking in A LOT of aspects. This has been a massive upgrade from the first game, which was merely cool because of living the anime, but not necessarily because it was a good game. If you ask me, the first game feels like the beta version, while this one is the final product. I still believe sixty dollars is a bit much, but it’s definitely worth far more than the first game. Better combat equipment and combat system, funner quests, good story-mode.

Real player with 228.5 hrs in game

Attack on Titan 2 - A.O.T.2 - 進撃の巨人2 on Steam



Armored Core Lite.

This is the closest thing to Armored Core on PC, honestly. It feels and plays like watered and dumbed down Armored Core 4. It lacks customization from AC, but gameplay loop as well as presentation (aka being hired by various Corporations that fighting each other) is very close. Story is absolute cringe and not worth discussing nor following. I can point out some pros and cons to break down the game


-Closest thing to Armored Core on PC

-Plays and feels almost as AC4

-Had people who developed AC in dev team

Real player with 43.8 hrs in game

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I can highly recommend this game, it’s no armor core that’s for sure however the game does provided a lot of customization however most of it would be “locked” until you encounter that part for the mech or weapon type but overall the game is fun, story is excellent and characters are splendid I actually like about 3 or 4 that are my favorite that doesn’t the rest are bad it’s just my personal tastes really.

Real player with 30.1 hrs in game




This review will be posted, while having DW5E in mind. Gonna be long.

DW8 Empire is first empire game that come to PC from the series.

You don’t need any of DLC to experience 100% of the game or complete 100% achievement run. Mostly, it’s just flavour.

Game outside of battle aspect got reworked entirely, You are not being considered always a ruler. You can play as Free Officer, Vagabond Unit (a party without a land), Officer under someone, their Lieutanant, Officer, Strategist or Marshal. The last two being almost as the ruler themselfs, but with the option of rebel/betrayal. To win the game, You don’t have to be a ruler, all You have to do, is to be inside the winning force. I lost only once so it’s hard to say if there’s even Game Over screen.

Real player with 171.2 hrs in game

OMG still in shock with the release of empires on PC. I have long heard of it, but haven’t been able to play the “Empires” of a Dynasty Warriors game since it usually goes out on PS3 or XBox. And here it is, right on my doorstep, on steam. What better way than to test it out.

This review should be unbiased (Sort of), as I have been a dynasty warriors player of Dynasty Warriors 3, 4, 6 (5 skipped due to not being on PC), 7, and 8. I have experienced all the 1 vs 10000 army battles, while slaying down all that stands in my path (including gathering the courage to stand against the mighty Lu Bu, though mostly getting my blade handed back to me 10 times fold).

Real player with 128.9 hrs in game

DYNASTY WARRIORS 8 Empires on Steam



Really fun, good workout

Real player with 19.1 hrs in game

In this game, you wield two “plasma wraiths”, which are essentially lightsabers but with a few extra tricks up their sleeves. You face off against bots as well as 4 different types of drones. Different types of attacks must be countered in different ways: slash, double slash, charged slash, block, deflect, and dodge. You also collect energy that when fully charged allows you to launch a special attack.

The primary game mode is level based. Clear enough levels to unlock the next tier of difficulty, which involves more opponents, tougher opponents, and increased speeds. It took me quite a while just to unlock the third tier, so I can’t even imagine what the highest difficulty (there are 9) is like. Clearing levels also unlocks upgrades to your attacks and defenses. There is also an endurance game mode which continues until you lose.

Real player with 14.8 hrs in game

Endurium on Steam



Game is very good. Reasonable level of difficulty that requires you to actually try new gear and upgrade

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

this is basically like that tv show robot wars and that game robo-pit

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game


Mass Effect™: Andromeda Deluxe Edition

Mass Effect™: Andromeda Deluxe Edition

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I’ve put this off for awhile now since I was a die hard fan of the original trilogy. Hearing about all the changes in Andromeda from having only three powers to uncustomizable squadmates and tired faces had me leaving the Mass Effect franchise entirely.

But a sale came on and I was curious. Perhaps it was time I took Shepard down from the pedestal and tried something new. And that’s the sort of eyes you need when you play Andromeda. You can’t compare this to the trilogy or you’ll be disappointed. On its own though, it’s alright.

Real player with 254.4 hrs in game

Aside from graphics, this game has problems.


Ryder is boring, period. Not the characters, nor even the writers seem to give a damn about Ryder. You go through the option of choosing your history that ties into your class ala old ME systems. But never, at any point, is it mentioned/relevant to the game. At least old ME would have characters address you depending on your history (“Oh the hero of ____, I can’t imagine the hardship of _____”, etc.) and one ME even had it be relevant to a plot event via tech classes.

Real player with 127.9 hrs in game

Mass Effect™: Andromeda Deluxe Edition on Steam



Let me get this out of the way: One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows is not a great game. It has more than its share of issues, including:

  • Clunky and awkward controls, with most moves having a delay.

  • Unbalanced gameplay.

  • Tons of loading screens that are even worse on modern systems than older systems.

  • Pace-killing elements like tons of e-mails, tutorial screens, and redundant pop-up messages.

  • Random battle elements (like meteor showers) that are more annoying than fun.

  • Getting up from being knocked down VERY slowly.

Real player with 34.2 hrs in game

I 100% completed this game in 2020 minutes in one sitting just to write this review and I can say this without a doubt.

One Punch Man a hero Nobody wanted is a game that nobody should own as it currently is. The game is plagued with terrible design decisions and can be extremely infuriating at the later stages.

Before I really get into the problems with it, I just want to state I honestly do not hate this game as much as most people do and so, if you do like this game please take this review with a punch of salt.

Real player with 25.7 hrs in game





Coming straight from Samurai Warriors 2, I expected nothing short of fluid and great gameplay and Koei has delivered

with Samurai Warriors 4-II. I’d always prefered the SW games compared to Dynasty Warriors or the

Warriors Orochi games which I played on the Xbox 360.

I’ll make many comparisons to Samurai Warriors 2 as that was the last SW game I played, back in 2007 and I recenly played again to get that ever so good Nostalgia feeling.

Warriors / Story

Real player with 212.2 hrs in game

Samurai Warriors 4-II is a sequel to Samurai Warriors 4, or it’s a remake, or it’s Xtreme legends. Or…. honestly exactly what it is, isn’t clear.

The Warrior series has a long history of doing Xtreme Legends which is their “complete” edition usually allowing someone to play both the original and extra levels in one with more characters. However, there’s only one new character, Naomasa II, who is interesting, but not enough for a whole new game. There’s also no way to play the old game, there are just new stories here. It’s not a remake either, as the stories are vastly different, and the characters are the same. The game claims to focus on the characters more in the stories, but honestly, the stories feel the same style as the original game, though the original Samurai Warrior 4 has better stories (At least characters you care about more), but I found the ones in 4-II to be more interesting on some levels. At least it’s not the same story we’ve heard three times already in this series, it’s a new character that the game wants to focus on, which is a good change.

Real player with 59.3 hrs in game


Sunset Overdrive

Sunset Overdrive

I like it, sliding, jumping, shooting and funny jokes =3

Real player with 48.1 hrs in game

Right off the bat, the port is a bit of a mess, so here are a couple of tips:

  1. If the game outright doesn’t start, include the .exe (or the entire game folder) in your antivirus AND firewall exceptions.

  2. There is a “corrupted save” bug that has persisted since launch. Even if you’ve never played the game before, it will warn you of corrupted save data. Even if you deleted them, they will reappear on your next launch. Additionally, you can’t manually save or load, or the game will crash. The reason for this is that the game doesn’t play well with Steam Cloud. Disable Steam Cloud from the game’s Steam properties window, then go to “C:/Users/ username /AppData/Local/Sunset/Saves/ id " and delete “steam_autocloud.vdf”. This should fix the problem with both dummy corrupted save data and your own save data getting corrupted. It will also allow manual saving and loading. /id /username

Real player with 31.3 hrs in game

Sunset Overdrive on Steam