Outcast 2 - A New Beginning

Outcast 2 - A New Beginning

20 years after the award-winning action adventure hit, Outcast, pioneered the genre of non-linear open-world games, the long-awaited sequel sees Cutter Slade return to the spectacular alien world of Adelpha. Resurrected by the almighty Yods, he has returned to find the Talans enslaved, the world stripped of its natural resources, and his own past intertwining with the invading robot forces. It’s up to him to go on a mission and save the planet again.

The original team behind Outcast 1 has reunited to create this fascinating world, full of dangerous creatures and home to the Talan people – an ancient culture whose fate has become inextricably linked with earth since the events of the first game. You play as Cutter Slade, ex-Navy SEAL, sporting the same dry wit he had back in the 90s – however, the world around him has changed and eventually, so will he.

To save Adelpha, you will …

  • use your jetpack to jump, air-dash, glide, and quickly traverse the fantastic in-game open world

  • combine dozens of different modules to create your own personal weapon for taking down the robot invaders

  • have total control to approach the story at your own pace in this non-linear world

  • explore the world without boundaries, discover hidden temples and dangerous wildlife

  • get familiar with the Talan culture while helping them free their villages and gain access to ancient Talan powers that use forces of nature to destroy your enemies

  • experience a beautiful, hand-crafted world accompanied by an epic soundtrack by Outcast’s original composer, Lennie Moore

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Outcast 2 - A New Beginning on Steam

Battle Scooter: Training Chamber

Battle Scooter: Training Chamber

Battle Scooter: Training Chamber is a physics based action platformer with an electric scooter! Drive around, equip unique skills and train to become a certified Battle Scooter.

Drive a Scooter

Accelerate, slow down, tilt, jump and slide along the floor. You can even ride on walls and in zero gravity!

Equip unique skills

What would a Battle Scooter be without the right additional features like a Laser, Bomb Launcher and a Flamethrower? Right, a normal scooter without spectacular explosions!

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Battle Scooter: Training Chamber on Steam

Stories: The Path of Destinies

Stories: The Path of Destinies

Stories: Path of Destinies is an interesting game with fun, repetitive gameplay.

Stories is about a fox named Reynardo that is part of a resistance force fighting against an oppressive Emperor. Your job is to he Reynardo find the “true ending.” By doing that, you make choices on what you think might be the right one to choose, and you go into that level. There are 24 ending in the game

! (25 if you count the “true ending.") , and almost every single one are “bad endings.” If you do get a “bad ending,” you start from the beginning, and you might learn a truth (depends on what path you take).

Real player with 10.6 hrs in game

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Stories: The Path Of Destinies (SPOD) is a top-down hack’n slash adventure game set in the fantasy world of Erda, populated by anthropomorphic animals. Players impersonate Reynardo, a war veteran and airship captain with a scoundrel past. He finds himself involved with the Rebellion against emperor Isengrim III, which started obscure rituals to resurrect the Old Gods in search of ultimate power. A chain of events leads Reynardo to a potent artifact, that causes him to be stuck in a time loop always ending with his death. From there on, he needs to find a way to escape this situation, and possibly save everyone he cares about.

Real player with 9.1 hrs in game

Stories: The Path of Destinies on Steam



Oh man oh man. What can I say about this game?

Overall, I would say this is the Dark Souls of horror escape room games, with their well thought out game design and intent. Each checkpoint gets harder and harder, as it becomes more demanding of your attention and memory (and patience too). Every time you die, you will become frustrated, and may be tempted to rage quit, and yet you find yourself wanting to just try it “one more time” to beat this hellish game. But you will become better and better at it (whether it’s avoiding those doll-obsessed zombies or rolling doctors who turn into logs), and ultimately, when you finally finish it, you will feel a deep satisfaction.

Real player with 12.7 hrs in game

One of the most, original, challenging and fun games I have played in a long time.

DEDstress is a very fast paced single player game with very high energy. Having to solve puzzles and use my brain while being chased by some crazed nurse is something I have not felt playing anything else. It isn’t horror, but it comes close to a panic attack simulator.

This game has given me heart problems.

69/10 would panic spray again.


☐ It’s free!

☑ Worth the price

☐ If u have some spare money left

Real player with 9.3 hrs in game

DEDstress on Steam

Kamile: The Fall

Kamile: The Fall

The basic premise of the game is that of your character being bullied by AI-based organization. You are sent in to a mysterious location to question the experts of the organization and acquire as much information as possible for the sake of your own rescue mission. But you soon find out that you are trapped and your mission is now to escape. Kamile VR is short but highly recommended. I would make more interactions in the kitchen area.

Real player with 12.2 hrs in game

Platform: Valve Index (tested)

Playtime is short but you don’t need more. It’s like a short movie - the narrative is full of information, 20 minutes ir enough. If you wanna more, you can go back and explore more props, listem to audio diaries, etc. I would recommend to make selectin of minchapters in menu. Great story. A catchy soundtrack and excellent art style will ensure you feel like Bladerunneresque era.

Real player with 10.2 hrs in game

Kamile: The Fall on Steam



Lie on my back

Clouds are makin' way for me

I’m comin' home, sweet home

~Darren Korb, Setting Sail, Coming Home

In my reviews I often talk about just how many developers treat their games like products. Well, technically, those are the products, of course, but… you can’t create anything really beautiful just by doing your job. If you’ll do your job good enough, you may come up with a really good product, but that’ll be just that. A product. While we all know that video games can be… something more than that. Much more. When Miller brothers started creating their MYST? It wasn’t because they wanted to make a popular game. Heck, they weren’t even gamers. They just had that certain vision and they really wanted to turn it into reality. To share it with the others. To let the others dive into it and experience it together. And it’s not just words. You can clearly feel such things. From Westwood Studious' magical worlds of The Legend of Kyrandia and Lands of Lore to Cyberdreams’s I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream, based on Harlan Ellison’s short story. That certain artistic touch? That special something that makes a game more than just a game? As long as you treasure it as much as I do, I want to introduce you to one of my most favorite independent developers. Please, welcome – Supergiant Games.

Real player with 41.3 hrs in game

Bastion 2012

When Bastion came out it was at the beginning of the Indie craze. People were first starting to realize that amazingly fun games could come from tiny studios with no budget. Well now in 2017 the term Indie game has all but lost its meaning both financially, and terms of team size. But at the time, a game with such deep combat, definitive flavor, and overall polish was a treat.

Bastion does a good job of grabbing you with the colorful paint-style world that appears beneath your feet as you move forward. Every action you do is narrated by a grandfatherly voice that explains the story and smaller moments. There was a time early in the game when I walked off the edge of the platforms and the narrator said “And that’s the end of the Kid’s story….I’m just kidding.” And I respawn and he says “The kid goes back for another round.” It was a charming break of the 3rd wall.

Real player with 33.3 hrs in game

Bastion on Steam

The Deadly Tower of Monsters

The Deadly Tower of Monsters

On some rare occasions, a game is found which seems not only close to flawless but proves an absolute joy to play. A game like this stands up in a crowd and says, “Hey! You remember fun? Try this, maybe!” The Deadly Tower of Monsters is such a title. In perfect honesty the author nearly feels an aversion to publishing any opinion on The Deadly Tower of Monsters, as it feels like it would fall short of doing the game justice.

To summarize, The Deadly Tower of Monsters is effectively a platforming video game incarnation of Mars Attacks: a perfectly satirical nod to the greatness that was the pre-3rd millennium sci-fi B movie. Looking at it, one gets a vague notion that the developer ACE Team may have originally intended a slightly different product, and partway through the life cycle decided, “You see these stitches? That faulty lighting? Yeah, we do too!” and ran with it in a new direction like it was out of style. Every cliche and trope of 19xx’s science fiction makes an appearance while the indomitable protagonists Dick, Scarlet, and… Robot, in the interest of saving the downtrodden population of an oppressed planet of ape-people, try to overthrow a maniacally space-evil space tyrant in space.

Real player with 15.3 hrs in game

I very rarely write reviews for games, but this is, by far, the most unique, enjoyable, humorous experience I have ever had playing a game. I believe I played for ten hours, and I didn’t play a single other game until I finished this one. Moreover, I will most definitely be revisiting it soon.

Usually, when game journalists say a game has a unique story, they’re just compensating for crappy gameplay and trying to elevate games to the “true artform” they wish it to be (even though every game is already clearly art). This game has it all: a story that is unheard of in the gaming universe; humor to please you endlessly; fantastic gameplay that ramps up in difficulty when you’re ready; 24 different and upgradeable weapons; and a look that you just won’t find anywhere else. The only thing I would note is that the combat isn’t very tight, but the game makes up for it in varying the gameplay and weapons as the game progresses, allowing you all sorts of unique and creative ways to kill stuff and solve other problems.

Real player with 9.4 hrs in game

The Deadly Tower of Monsters on Steam

The Luminous Underground

The Luminous Underground

So first lets get this thumbs up or down out of the way. Ill give this one a thumbs up, all in all its a very solid read with alot of interesting things going on and just an absolutely amazing amount of detail and action to loose one self in. That said, its not without its shortfalls, and for me they are important short falls (though for others perhaps it wont matter much at all.)

The hardest / most annoying thing about this story is the way it constantly makes the MC second fiddle to everyone else around them. Your constantly dealing with and worrying about everyone elses problems (or choosing not to over and over again, that is an option),… not because they are really important to you in any way, but because they are part of your team. Your team captain, but honestly your more like team cheerleader. Maybe if there was some personal pay off for all the work you invest in your team members it would be worth it, but all you get out of it in the end is team cohesion and team members not leaving, which while important, so isnt worth the literal chapters worth of holding their hands.

Real player with 18.2 hrs in game

Perhaps the meatiest CoG game I’ve played. Not my favorite - there were some things that threw me off, like the occasional change of perspective, and the romance felt tacked on - but decent, and long. Most of the games by this company take me three hours or less to finish - this took me something like eight hours for one play through. It’s good enough to satisfy, and long enough to be worth the price.

Real player with 12.4 hrs in game

The Luminous Underground on Steam

Omensight: Definitive Edition

Omensight: Definitive Edition


I’ve left my original review at the bottom, as I believe it’s important to remember the state this game originally launched. However, since launch, a FREE update has alleviated my two greatest concerns with this game. Firstly, and less importantly, you can now revisit previous Omens once new Omens are unlocked. Originally, you could miss half the game simply from choosing the right branches in each gameplay loop, and while later weeks leave it rather obvious who the right choices are and in what order, during the first loop you just don’t know enough and could have easily locked yourself out of early content. This has since been patched, with you being able to choose exactly which route you want to pursue with each character before you start the day. Still would have liked an option to abort a day though.

Real player with 14.7 hrs in game

“Urralia. A prosperous land, home to many tribes. The gods entrusted the Bird tribe to watch over the others. The tribe founded Pygaria, and all lived in harmony under the banner of the Pygarian Empire. Until seven years ago, when Pygaria began recruiting the Dog and Cat tribes. As their strength grew, the other tribes suffered. To protect themselves from Pygarian oppression, the scattered Rodent and Bear tribes formed an alliance, led by a rebel names Ratika. Tonight, the Pygarian Empire launches a brutal assault on the Rodentian capital under orders of Emperor Indrik. When the capital falls, his conquest of Urralia will be complete. And far from the front lines, one who could have brought peace, the Godless - Priestess Vera, has been murdered. In her absence, there is no one left to protect Urralia and its people. The end times are near. Urralia needs a savior.”

Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

Omensight: Definitive Edition on Steam

InMind 2 VR

InMind 2 VR

(한글 번역있음)

I am a person who studies psychology.

This is an amazing game of concept.

It’s an important concept that life’s destiny can change as you face emotion.

It’s all about psychological issues. It’s amazing how this is implemented as a game.

I hope to improve the game by reflecting various opinions about the game itself

This game is highly recommended for many people. But if they know the value and meaning of the game.

  • Request -

R1. Please make a button to listen to the sentence voice again.

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

Played the original when it came out. and also played InCell VR back when it still cost money. I really enjoyed both, and this one is also great :)

I like the environments, very relaxing. Voice acting has improved since the first 2.

Bit more educational than the other two.

Good game, and it’s a pretty cheap one too. Definitely worth a buy if you have a VR headset.

Real player with 2.6 hrs in game

InMind 2 VR on Steam