To save our mother Earth from any alien attack

From vicious giant insects who have once again come back

We’ll unleash all our forces, we won’t cut them any slack

The EDF deploys!

Real player with 370.2 hrs in game

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This game looks awful but don’t let your eyes deceive you. It is a masterpiece. its so hard to describe but If I tried to describe it to you as short as possible it would be unrestricted, cheesy, fun, unbalanced, chaotic, an unpolished gem. if you are looking to play a challenging fun game with friends and have a bunch of laughs along the way then this is the game for you.

Get ready to defend the earth and to level an entire city to do so. And remember its not about the destination its about the ants you blew up along the way.

Real player with 155.3 hrs in game


Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide

Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide

I earned myself a Vermintide steam key after winning a review contest for a local gaming community with my written work on the classic grand strategy of Rome: Total War. I played Vermintide for the first time in the winter break of 2017, thinking that it will offer a few hours of good fun with friends over the holidays.

This game changed my life. To say that the developers at Fatshark have poured their souls into this title would be an understatement. For me it rightfully has a place in the hall of timeless gems such as Quake, Thief: The Dark Project or SOMA. It has not only provided me with great value for my time and a sense of accomplishment as I learned its various facets and overcome all of its challenges, but at a human level it has allowed me to connect with people who have become some of my best friends. For this alone I could offer nothing but praise to this game.

Real player with 1727.7 hrs in game

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Left 4 Warhammer.

A hectic fast paced hack and slash action game intended to be played co-op with friends. You play one of five characters each with slightly different play styles and each with a variety of possible weapon choices unique to them. You play through missions with simple objectives and recurring crescendo events against a horde of rat men, finding supplies on the way. You get a random piece of loot after each mission. Weapons can be upgraded/broken down/crafted with the Shrine and Anvil in the inn lobby.

Real player with 883.3 hrs in game

Warhammer: End Times - Vermintide on Steam

Haunt Chaser

Haunt Chaser

Short story: BUY THIS GAME!

Longer story:

The game is still in early access at review point, but I wouldn’t have guessed it if I didn’t know it in advance. What I’m saying is that it’s very well made. Not to forget that it’s a small group of developers making such a great game! The game is ideal as a multiplayer game, as there is 4vs1 (chasers vs entity). So if you are like me and love multiplayer games and keep looking for them - this is definitely a game you should give a try.

It does take some time to navigate around and figure out where you’re going and what you are suppose to do, but after a few rounds you should start getting a hang of it and see some possible tactics to use. The first time you open the game you also get a “how to play” telling you about the different abilities as chaser and entity. I suggest reading these, as they’re a huge help in the beginning. I can’t wait to see how the game expands, as it have so much potential both with customising, extra maps and new tasks.

Real player with 27.1 hrs in game

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I’m a big fan of Phasmo and have an interest in most co-op horror games (I watched several of them instead of playing tbh) and I have to say I was impressed by Haunt Chaser.

So what is Haunt Chaser?

There is an entity, a player with special powers.

There are puzzles on the map that the 4-person player team needs to solve and get pieces of a doll.

Once they solve 4, they need to burn the doll.

They do the whole thing one more time and the heart of the entity is revealed and the entity can be killed.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

Haunt Chaser on Steam

Wanted Corp.

Wanted Corp.

Not a bad game but with a big discount. And it’s pretty short.

The game has problems.

If the creators fixed it, it would be quite an interesting game.

Real player with 6.9 hrs in game

This game has issues.

Although in theory it has controller support, in my case it only works with one controller, meaning the second player must play with keyboard and mouse. Not ideal in the intended scenario of couch gaming with my wife.

Sometimes when controller is selected as input method, it still requires actions to be performed with mouse.

There are issues with button remapping; the function seems to be there, but doesn’t work.

The tutorial is infuriatingly slow, with long delays between dialogue lines, actions and transitions. It also doesn’t tell you how to play with controller; even with controller selected, the tips and objectives are all given for keyboard controls.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Wanted Corp. on Steam

Whisper Trip

Whisper Trip

I really love this game I can’t wait for the next chapters.

Real player with 8.1 hrs in game

Whisper Trip is a fast-paced, strategic hack and slash, side scrolling, platformer game with a difficulty spike that comes on too strong in the beginning levels of the game. One thing that should be noted, this game is rough to play on mouse and keyboard. I enjoy the general concept and where the difficulty is trending but combined with wonky controls and physics it makes it a very frustrating experience.

It’s difficult for me to give this a thumbs down, I genuinely enjoyed it and found moments of fun and engaging gameplay and because for some people this may be their cup of tea or might be much more adept out of the gate. I found myself getting stuck on walls or spinning endlessly on top of enemies on a corner and other buggy elements that added to the already frustrating element of gameplay where you can expect to die a lot. Sometimes enemies will randomly fire very fast or not when they have other times. There is also no save menu, so if you start a new game accidentally you will lose all your progress, not ideal if multiple people are playing on the same machine.

Real player with 6.6 hrs in game

Whisper Trip on Steam

Breath of Spirits

Breath of Spirits

i love game where we can choose to play as single player mode offline to can play too in mutiplayer online

i tried the onliine few minutes and online it give give the way to choose our match private or quick and choose avatars and unlock more and it is great

about the single player mode i played hours i enjoy a lot

i love this game :

the character design is one if the best i seen in vr , the elf is wonderfull and the enemies and boss are all amazing and various

the level design is great and i have not all restored , more we restored more it is beautifull

Real player with 3.6 hrs in game

Beautiful lady in the woods. Thats it.

The rest is an unoptimized simple wave shooter where you get points to buy new cosmetics for the lady.

No free movement only teleport to specific locations.

The most interesting of course is the bikini but for that you need 35K points for one level.

Since you cant choose difficulty until you completed 3 areas on easy which will reward you around 500ish points that means you have to complete all 3 areas 3 times just for that simply unlock.

Real player with 0.8 hrs in game

Breath of Spirits on Steam

Dead Space™ 3

Dead Space™ 3

Dead Space 3 was a fun disappointment. Fun as in action. Disappointment as in lack of horror. It tries hard to be both, but can’t be a jack of all trades. As a huge fan of Dead Space 1 and 2, this game isn’t quite as good in single-player compared to its predecessors.

Nevertheless, Dead Space 3 is still a decent installment to the franchise. The cool thing about Dead Space 3 is that you can play co-op with a friend, where you and your partner can create a bunch of fun weapons.

As of now, the game is not worth the full price. If you are thinking of buying, buy just the game and The Awakened DLC at a discounted price. Don’t feed EA, other DLC’s are not needed to enjoy the game.

Real player with 42.2 hrs in game

Like everythingn EA and Origin it launches on the first go around then when you want to play the game again. It opens Origin even when its already open and with you logged in and doesnt launch the game nor does it give you a reason to why it doesnt open. Most likely because it keeps logging you out of Origin in the process of loading but EA being braindead dont really know or care to fix old games but only to take your money and to leave you to dry. Even googling the problem doesnt seem to work because everyone that does that repeats the same shit basics of how other games tend to run or they just try to be the first ones and dont read the issues and give you a fix for a totally different issue. When someone says the game wont fucking launch that means theirs no black screen it just doesnt want to launch. And it sucks leaving a negative feedback on this game because it is fun. But what isnt fun is trying to fix EA and Origin Bs or interacting with their god awful customer support.

Real player with 36.9 hrs in game

Dead Space™ 3 on Steam

Final Stand: Ragnarök

Final Stand: Ragnarök

Absolutely love the game, disregarding anything wrong (granted its in early access, cant expect perfection). Definitely willing to play this game for the long to help out with exposing things to make it better. this game has very high potential and I am excited to see its growth.

Real player with 28.6 hrs in game

awww shieet look at them skills / the music is dope / the gameplay is dope / the horde of monsters are dope / the portection of towers | healing stations etc is dope / the characters are dope / the powerups dropping are dope / the items that you can use in the game are dope / graphics are dope / multiplayer in this game is dope / the store is dope / career stats are dope



Real player with 13.6 hrs in game

Final Stand: Ragnarök on Steam



HordeCore is a kick-ass action side-scroller set in a post-apocalyptic world. Become the leader of an ever-expanding group of survivors. Manage supplies, upgrade your team, and craft deadly contraptions to defend yourself! Remember, exploration is vital in this harsh new world. Prepare to forge bizarre alliances and, together, face the many dangers of the wastelands. Take survival gameplay, combine it with base management, add RPG elements, and spice it up with a fully-fledged collectible card game - and you get HordeCore!

  • SURVIVE through the hardships of a zombie-infested apocalyptic world!

  • UPGRADE AND DEFEND your team’s safe haven!

  • EXPLORE the vast wastelands through randomly generated environments!

  • WAGE WAR against endless hordes of undead and living threats!

  • LOOT UP and collect rare materials to craft outstanding weapons!

  • TEAM UP with your friends and face the world of HordeCore in Co-op Mode!

Collect unique survivors and strategically pick your team of apocalypse-hardened characters to fight through the outstanding number of living dead trying to get your brains for a snack.

Keep your base camp safe and develop your defenses while growing a community of bad-asses that you can command into the constant fight for survival.

Explore the wastelands in search of supplies. Face the unexpected dangers of the zombie-apocalyptic world of HordeCore!

Besides all the zombie-killing and loot-grabbing you can handle, HordeCore also includes a complete, fully-featured Collectible Card Game!

Horde Tactics is a deck building card game, featuring 60+ cards that you’ll gather and unlock during your time in the Wasteland. Each card represents an item, character or a Hordeling that you encounter in the game—that way, your collection grows alongside your progress in HordeCore!

Horde Tactics features:

  • Easy to pick up gameplay

  • Over 60 cards available

  • Power up your deck by building synergy combos

  • Best part… it’s entirely optional!

HordeCore on Steam



Hypercharge kinda appeared from no where. I saw the reddit post that blew up in December, I looked up the game and it seemed neat. I didn’t buy it. Covid had left me a tad stripped of extra gaming money.

I got some Steam money for Christmas. My friends still play Titanfall 2 for it’s wave defense mode, and I’ve been unable to play much with them. Our games list don’t share as many titles as they used to. Used Christmas money on Titanfall 2. I played with them for two days, on that second day I brought up Hypercharge: Unboxed in conversation as a similar game that looked neat. Well, it seems they liked the toy idea as much as I did, because within an hour of finishing Titanfall 2 for the night, I find it suddenly gifted to me. They all got it, and felt bad I used the money on Titanfall 2, so bought it for me.

Real player with 34.6 hrs in game

Awesome Co-op game for adults and kids.

I’d been watching this game on Steam for some time because I’m big fan of toy games like the original Army Men and the Toy Soldiers games and this looked right up my alley. I think it’s the nostalgia thing that gets me, the fond memories of playing with toys as a kid and setting up big elaborate battle scenes. For some reason I never got around to buying it though, then one day my 10-year-old son saw it on the Nintendo Switch eShop and really liked the look of it and kept asking me to buy it. I thought it would be better on PC, so I stalled him. Fast forward to the 2020 Steam Winter/Summer sale and I noticed it was in sale and showed my son who so excited about it that he used his leftover birthday money to buy it. I’m so glad he did, as we have been having a blast playing it ever since and even my 8 year-old-son has now joined in for 3 player split-screen action. I literally have to stop them from playing as the 3 of us would happily sit there and play it all day if we could, we’re totally obsessed, curse you responsible parenting! I’m using my keyboard and the boys are both using controllers (Xbox One and Xbox 360) and the controls work perfectly.

Real player with 31.5 hrs in game

HYPERCHARGE: Unboxed on Steam