Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death

Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death

Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death is the equivalent of a B-movie from the 1980s and 1990s. It is so bad it is good. It is clearly a low budget game that is not a breakthrough for the game industry or the game’s genre. However, this game provides plenty of fun from the beginning. The gameplay feels varied enough as you traverse different settings in the same country and the action never lets up.

Marlow Briggs is a smokejumper who goes on vacation outside the U.S. to a Spanish speaking country. I initially thought it was Mexico, but it could have been Central or South America based on the jungles and the rich history of the indigenous people. He is with his girlfriend, an archeologist who is kidnapped by an Asian madman, Heng Long, with godlike magical powers who seems bent on taking over the world. This madman kills Marlow Briggs with a mythical weapon, but he is reborn by a Mayan mask proclaiming him to be the sacred warrior who must save the sacred land. Long is backed up by an army of mercenaries of varying levels of difficulty. Marlow goes to fight to save the land for the Mayan mask and to save his girlfriend. It becomes apparent that this plot is formulaic and unoriginal but this game can get away with it because of its X factor: entertainment value.

Real player with 42.6 hrs in game

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If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then “Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death” is one of the most flattering games in recent memory. Thankfully, unlike most B-grade ripoffs of more popular games, Marlow Briggs is actually an entertaining product, thanks to its more than competent imitation of the God of War formula, surprisingly fleshed-out combat mechanics, and a genuinely funny sense of humour. Marlow may not bring the same high-quality flash as Kratos, but at a very reasonable $5 price tag, this game is still worth checking out.

Real player with 24.2 hrs in game

Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death on Steam

Sheriff Rage

Sheriff Rage

Definitely not recommended

Real player with 3.1 hrs in game

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As a game that is incredibly shallow, with no story, extremely basic gameplay elements and no variation at all, Sheriff Rage is a game I would just outright avoid. I completed the full game in less than 6 minutes and at a price point of currently 4USD, there is no way i could suggest this title.

I don’t mind games that are short if they have lots of replay value and are at price points that justify only playing them for short times, but this is a clear cash grab title. The only thing in Sheriff Rage that is well done is the art. All of the enemies are exactly the same with different images to represent them. All of the AI move and act the same, so the enemies don’t even have varies personalities of any kind.

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Sheriff Rage on Steam

Demon Killer VR

Demon Killer VR

It felt great to slice and dice the demons.

It’s so realistic that your stress will disappear.

I couldn’t find the other sword.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

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It was fun to be a samurai!

Real player with 0.2 hrs in game

Demon Killer VR on Steam

Cyber Hunter: Awakening

Cyber Hunter: Awakening

this game is not worth the price but u can get it for cheap when its on offer

Real player with 18.8 hrs in game

Not a bad platformer, very often I liked to play similar games on the old console, I personally liked the soundtrack and the same hardcore that I did not like so much on consoles, but in this game hardcore is the key point

Real player with 13.9 hrs in game

Cyber Hunter: Awakening on Steam

Devil May Cry® 3 Special Edition

Devil May Cry® 3 Special Edition

Most of the negative reviews here are because of technical issues that are solvable on most systems. Fullscreen works by pressing ALT+Enter (maybe not while in the menu or title screen or cutscene, but ingame), widescreen support is available via a hack. On some systems, the resolution may be limited to 640x480 or 800x600, but that is not the normal behaviour. You should get the highest 4:3 resolution closest to your native resolution without a patch. XBox controllers are not officially supported because this game uses directinput for controller support, which is the predecessor to xinput. If you have one of the recent Logitech gamepads (F310 for example), you can choose between directinput and xinput via a hardware switch on the controller, then map the controller keys correctly (setup controller) and the game works out of the box. If you have to use an xbox compatible controller, you have to fiddle around to get the trigger keys working. This is because the trigger keys are analog and on the same axis on the xbox compatible controllers, but are two seperate digital keys on the older standard. Please note that this game was developed before the xbox compatible controllers had been invented! It would have been nice of Capcom to have this version revamped like they did for PS3 and XBox, but they have not. It is not optimized for the PC and it is an old game, but I still think it is awesome.

Real player with 132.3 hrs in game

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Not only that, the mod has options for on-the-fly style-switching, weapon-switching for all weapons, Doppelganger and Quicksilver styles for Vergil, Air Hike for every weapon, graphical options, etc. DMC3 now has more moves and twice the number of weapons available at a time than DMC4.

Real player with 34.7 hrs in game

Devil May Cry® 3 Special Edition on Steam

DmC: Devil May Cry

DmC: Devil May Cry

DmC had a lot of unwarranted hate poised against it before it even before release. ‘Fans’ decried the new design, while thrashing the developers for describing the old look in blunt but apt ways. The verdict was in before anyone could get their hands on it, and even when people did, they would only look to reinforce their own idea of what the game is. Scenes meant to be tongue-in-cheek throwbacks and foreshadowing were perceived as slights against the vocal few, while actual flaws went overlooked.

Real player with 45.4 hrs in game

I’ve been stuck in the bloody palace for 6 days now, i’m addicted. (help)

Real player with 24.3 hrs in game

DmC: Devil May Cry on Steam

Duskwitch: Heroic Soul

Duskwitch: Heroic Soul

In a world governed by an organization of Witches known simply as the High Coven, Witches, humans, elves and more live together in peace. All of the world’s evils were kept in check by Rutie, a powerful witch known as the Warden Witch, who used her extraordinary magic to watch over her prisoners and put them back in their place if they ever escaped. Among them was an ancient being known as Azazoth, a formless elder god that could bring doom to the world if he ever escaped. Unfortunately, one night Rutie overslept and Azazoth took the opportunity to do just that! He destroyed a third of the world’s population and spread his shades, referred to as Remnants, across the earth to consume human souls. He was recaptured by the rest of the Coven, but not until the damage was already done. Now he lays in wait as his Remnants continue to devour human souls, slowly regaining his power through each soul consumed. Thanks to this colossal blunder, Rutie was demoted from her position as the Warden Witch, had her magic taken from her by the High Coven, and was given a standard-issue Broom: a gun that uses soul energy to fire magical bullets. Rutie was given the title of Dusk Witch, tasked with cleaning up after herself and eliminating all of the Remnants before they can do any more damage to the world, and to store the souls that the Remnants devoured in her Broom so that they can be protected by the Coven and not handed to Azazoth. Thrust into this monumental task on her own, Rutie must square up to the challenge and use the Broom to dispatch as many Remnants as she can before it’s too late!


Rutie will meet many colourful characters, alive and dead, as she fights her way through this shattered world of her own making! Those with a powerful will to live and die fighting valiantly way are turned into Heroic Souls, and Rutie is able to befriend them and use their Souls to power her Broom, changing the way she fights!


Each Heroic Soul she meets will give her access to a new set of abilities, allowing her to switch between them at any given time using Q/E (or the RB/LB on controller). Mix up your moves from all four fighting styles and create your own stylish combos to become the master of style!


As Rutie continues along her quest, she will soon realize that nothing is all that it seems…The High Coven seems to be up to something, and she will be forced to confront the truths of this world! Follow Rutie along her quest and interact with many colourful characters as she fights her way to the story’s conclusion.

Duskwitch: Heroic Soul on Steam



In the future world, in order to resist the oppression of Skynet, the underground resistance army sent the intelligent flight aircraft Elta 7 to obtain the energy chip and control the energy source to destroy Skynet and make the world free again.

The game is played by roguelike + demon city. It designs many operations such as weapons, equipment, chip buff, a variety of secondary weapons, weapon protection bonus and upgrade. The main weapons, secondary weapons and long-range weapons are freely combined, with complex and diverse terrain and fierce Skynet enemy.

Elta7 on Steam



The game is a nice change of pace. It is the first game for me where you attack with the joystick. The controls took a little getting used to. Especially my aim was not good, but with a little practice it worked.

The visuals of the game and the music are nice.

In the course of the game you can level up and you get new abilities. This makes the gameplay interesting and fun.

Separately, I must praise the developer, because he responded very quickly to a problem of mine. I had rendering problems and he eagerly sat down with me until we found the problem.

Real player with 12.1 hrs in game

Play through with all the hard achievements to get 100% here (No Hit Bosses Etc.) w/ time stamps:

Full play through here (once it uploads)

This game is freaking phenomenal worth every penny it’s a bit short, but god does it play smooth. The boss’s are challenging and it does one of the best things a video game can do which is make you feel over powered and awesome while challenging you with great mechanics. I cannot recommend this enough do yourself a service and treat yourself to this masterpiece.

Real player with 10.5 hrs in game

LIBLADE on Steam

Proxy Blade Zero

Proxy Blade Zero

I find this game really really hard. But I think it’s good.

For me the experience of this game was as described, the difficulty is pretty hardcore. You have to be able to react instantly in order to block attacks, with certain enemies there is only a specific window of opportunity during which you are able to damage them. You only have a relatively small amount of health which does not regenerate and you seldom come across extra health. The first boss encounter was hard for me, but it’s sequence of attacks appeared to be very scripted. So you can basically learn when to parry and when to attack by rote, but that obviously can take a lot of trial and error which it did for me. I died a lot using that method lol. Another reason that this game was hard for me was simply because I kept pressing parry instead of attack and vice versa. I need to play more to get used to the controls and I’m also probably just not used to the Xbox 360 control. As well as that this is not a game that’s ideally played when you aren’t fully alert e.g. not after just getting up like I was when I first played. I don’t think it helped that I extra slow witted instead of my regular slow witted today lol. Anyway I’ve actually kept playing and now I’ve got the hang of the game, it helped to put it on easy difficulty. I got to the last boss which is pretty damn hard. I got him down to like 25% health but then it became even more difficult! I came close to the end but I think it’ll take me another full session just to beat the last part of the game! And that is in easy difficulty… One little thing to mention I think that boss is supposed to be able to know you off the platform where the battle takes place. However when my character was knocked out of it he just stood in midair instead of falling. It was an amusing moment =)

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

Proxy Blade Zero is a character action game (or hack n slash) which puts you in control of a humanoid robot named Fenrir a smaller version of Jehuty from Zone Of The Enders who can’t fly but can dash. Seriously if you’ve played Zone Of The Enders you will find the combat very similar, just on a smaller scale. In fact that combat is actually more fun that Zone Of The Enders because it doesn’t try too many things and keeps things simple.

Combat is the name of the game here. You have your parry button X (an odd choice) your attack button marked Y (Classic DMC style) and B is a delay which transforms your regular attacks with standard attacks. Using the right trigger allows you to dash and perform energy attacks.

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

Proxy Blade Zero on Steam