Mortal Blitz

Mortal Blitz

I recommend it!

…Is what I might say if this were priced at $10. Unfortunately, this is another great example of a good game at a bad price. There’s just not enough content here. You have few enemy types, few gun types, and 5 stages. It does well with what it has and is fun for the first couple playthroughs, but gets old fast. There’s a few reasons for why this is, but let me just lay out one little design decision I can not for the life of me comprehend whatsoever.


Real player with 9.0 hrs in game

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disappointing at first that you can’t move around.

But it’s basically a cover shooter where with progression through each level.

Graphics are great.

Enemies look great. Lots of weapons and stuff to pick up off the floor.

When you do the Telekenisis kill it ranks your kill and I think you use the points to upgrade your weapons.

Intense action. I ran into my wall once.

It’s a keeper.

Update: The game is pretty short. Can be finished in less than an hour…but like any good arcade game it’s meant to be mastered..and it gets pretty hard.

Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

Mortal Blitz on Steam

Binary Domain

Binary Domain

Binary Domain was yet another part of a (free) bundle given away by SEGA, featuring mediocre games mainly. When I started playing it, I was expecting an average shooter (the reviews didn’t provide much clue). What I got was an absolutely positive surprise in all aspects. But I’m not explaining this fact that I liked this game so much with the element of surprise: I wish every overhyped AAA game could provide as much fun as Binary Domain did. It has everything a good game needs: a thrilling story, excellent characters and funny (!) dialogues, choices & consequences and of course great combat with fluid controls. This is one of those games that would require a sequel, but apparently won’t get one, since the game never received the proper amount of praise and appreciation it should have deserved.

Real player with 105.3 hrs in game

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Binary Domain is a Third-Person-Shooter with a cover system set in the future after catastrophic events led the world to some major changes.

In 2080, due to climate changes, the world faced the large flood ever existed, and in search for cheap, reliable labor, the humanity turned to robots, in hope for a better future. To lead this revolution is Bergen, a US-based company, responsible for manufacturing robots for all over the world. But Bergen is not the only one in the business. Amada, a Japanse company, sued Bergen for stealing their technology. Bergen won, much because of its influence… They do manufacture over 90% of world robots, and this made the USA more powerful than ever!

Real player with 48.8 hrs in game

Binary Domain on Steam

Deus Ex: Invisible War

Deus Ex: Invisible War

Consolized Deus Ex in virtually every aspect

Back when Deus Ex came out, PC games had a reputation for being more complex than their Console bretheren. PC titles tended to be more complex, have a ton of hotkeys that just couldn’t be fit onto a controller, and were larger in just about every way owing to the same factors that make PC’s technologically superior to consoles to this day. More RAM, more HD space, better graphical capabilities, etc etc etc.

Well into the 2000’s this reality was still prevalent, and no game better encapsulates this contrast and mentality turned reality than Deus Ex: Invisible War-a title made with consoles in mind first and foremost.

Real player with 48.3 hrs in game

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Deus Ex Invisible War is the Sequel to the extremely good Deus Ex which was released in the year 2000, Invisible War was released in 2003 for the Xbox Original and PC, just like Deus Ex it is a Cyber Punk RPG, set 20 years after the Original Deus Ex the world is still recovering from “The Collapse” basically a 2nd great depression when JC Denton destroyed Area 51, apparently he also Merged with Helios and the Illuminati took over? its a bit confusing, you play as Alex D, a Male or Female student enrolled in the Tarsus Academy who escapes an attack on the School done by The Order, after escaping Tarsus you decide who to trust, who to side with and generally what to do, you only know that Tarsus was secretly watching you and The Order were actually “Trying” to save you and the other Students.

Real player with 32.6 hrs in game

Deus Ex: Invisible War on Steam

Immortal Defense

Immortal Defense

Some of you have probably been waiting for this game to pop up. I considered about where to put it for a little while before eventually deciding to have it be at the very end. That’s because, in my opinion, Immortal Defense is the best tower defense on Steam at the moment.

The peaceful planet Dukis finds itself under attack by the evil Bavakh empire, a war-faring race of red, devilish aliens. Their armadas are vast, and with no notable army of their own Dukis is no match. However, they have one trick up their sleeve: Subject K, who has volunteered to be a Path Defender, a process that involves separating his soul from his body and sending it up into space. It’s unclear whether K represents one of his names, or whether he’s the eleventh person they’ve tried this with. Once up there, K gains the ability to see the Bavakh’s ships as they move through Pathspace (basically hyperspace), and the power to attack and destroy them before they reach their destination.

Real player with 89.3 hrs in game

Whether you’re new or old to tower defense games, Immortal Defense is a good buy. With tons of unique mechanics but still holding together what makes a good tower defense a good tower defense, and on top of that all a great story considering it’s a game where you’re shooting geometrical shapes flying on a line… Immortal Defense is amazing for what it is.

In Immortal Defense, you play as a Pathspace Defender whose goal is to defend your home planet by literally becoming a god and shooting invisible hellbeams from another plane of existence at people who are invading you. You do this by what else- placing towers! While the story and gameplay get more complicated than that (and bring all sorts of delightful twists and turns), that is the basic premise to the game.

Real player with 39.4 hrs in game

Immortal Defense on Steam



The game itself is fine, a problem solving sabotage game where careful platforming and finding the right item to progress (in this case often bodies) passed each new hurdle is a welcome throw-back to when puzzle games were about retracing the developer’s logic for any given situation. Quite a few bits of dark-humor as well - I do love that game overcomes the God-can-do-anything protagonist problem by making God only just caring enough about the planet to be slightly annoyed by a dystopia - balanced out by a wide-eyed, though homicidal, angel as your player avatar. Really I should love this. So why am I not recommending it? The GAME DOES NOT WORK passed a certain point, the technical support for the game is all long since gone and so if you buy this game, you are only buying the first 2ish levels of it. Have what fun you can with what is there, but know there will be no end-game for your purchase.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

At one of the levels at the start of the game, the game crashes every time

Real player with 7.2 hrs in game

Messiah on Steam

Missy’s Transformation Tournament

Missy’s Transformation Tournament

It’s a fun game that aims to fill a mostly empty niche in the game market: transformation games. It has ambitious plans for the future and the developer has put a lot of thought into the lore for the setting of this game and his plans for the game mechanics of the future kingdom mode. It’s free so if you’re on the fence about it you can try it at no cost to you.

Real player with 22.6 hrs in game

absolutely love the game, even bought them the DLC to show my support, I believe this game has a promising future with many updates coming up to be excited about

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

Missy's Transformation Tournament on Steam

Take Control

Take Control

Welcome to the future! The golden age of genetic engineering!

After many years of human DNA research, the head of Change The Future Corporation offered the world transgenic implants that pushed the boundaries of human capabilities.

Telekinesis, pyrokinesis, X-ray vision from the comic book pages have become reality.

New abilities shook up the order of things. The army is expecting perfect soldiers. Companies are issuing an ultimatum for their employees to be modified.

Anyone with enough money can purchase an implant that will give them a “superpower” from the constantly expanding list.

Scientific progress leads to an increase in unemployment and the discontent of ordinary people who refuse the implants. Modified criminals are appearing all over the world.

The police cannot control all the “superheroes”. However, the research of genes and the expansion of the list of abilities do not stop.

Change The Future Corporation makes a statement about creating its own security unit that would protect the interests of the company from the most aggressive opponents of modification.

Soon after a new security detachment takes on the responsibility of detecting and neutralizing criminals with superpowers. Its name is DNM (Detachment for Neutralization of the Modified).

You are an operative of Change The Future Corporation, who received an experimental ability to control other people’s consciousness after voluntarily undergoing genetic modification.

You arrive at the corporation’s training ground to pass the obstacle course to fully master the new modification.

Take Control is a single-player action game with puzzle elements. You take on the role of a DNM operative with the ability to control the minds of others.

Features of the game:

Your mind is your main weapon! When the ability is activated, time will stop, and you will switch to the tactical mode.

Study the situation and the environment, come up with a solution for a specific problem, capture your enemy’s mind and force them to execute your plan.

After exiting the tactical mode, the clock will start again, and you will find out whether the actions you chose will let you achieve success.

Use your ability to neutralize enemies!

Or to solve various tasks.

The World of the Future! Over the course of your playthrough you will get to experience an amazing world where the boundaries of the human body have been erased.

Use the environment! Fire-extinguishers, switches, terminals. You are surrounded by objects that can help you win.

Improve yourself! You can’t change your ability but you can improve it!

Take Control on Steam

A Wake Inn

A Wake Inn

Very good exploration puzzle horror game…

Graphics are excellent, audio sfx are on point, performance takes a dip some times, but its not constant or overtly annoying (i have a 1080).

The ambience on this game is really well done, you feel the tension in every room and part of the building.

Story flows at a good pace, and while it was a bit confusing at first i got the gist of it and understood what what happening.

The inventory system is really cool, like no holsters or menus, you grab stuff and place it in your carry on, it has a few mechanics that make you think “hey thats pretty clever use of vr”.

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

This is one of the most atmospheric and immersive games I’ve played in VR. The environments are beautiful, eerie, and richly detailed. The ambient sounds are entrancing. The hotel feels expansive but the environments gently guide you in the right direction as you progress. The level of horror has been just right for me so far. It’s slow and creepy but punctuated by moments of intense action and unsettling discoveries.

As other reviewers have mentioned, your experience with this game might be spoiled by the awkwardness of the controls or by motion sickness. My will to progress in this game has often been at odds with my stomach. I settled upon using the joystick mounted on the wheelchair for movement in the game. I found this method to be immersive while allowing me to play short sessions with minimal discomfort. The comfort settings are helpful, but I would prefer that the game include an option for reduced FOV for all movement, not just turning.

Real player with 4.3 hrs in game

A Wake Inn on Steam



A great 20 year old game that was fire back in the early 2000s. I can definitely recommend it as the graphics, ambient sound and gameplay are really good for such an old game.

All the known bugs such as: stuttering and freezing can be fixed easily. Playing around with the game’s configuration turns the game into a smooth experience.

Even the Multiplayer PVP seems to run pretty well, as I was playing it with my brother a few days ago.

Great Game!

Real player with 204.6 hrs in game

the landscape graphics pretty much suck but - hey this is old school and the game-play is fun up to a point - the mutations are very minor most of the time. I’m not sure the smart one is any smarter than the other three characters but - played this 20 years ago and still get a kick out of it

Real player with 40.9 hrs in game

Evolva on Steam

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk

Team Reptile brings you Bomb Rush Cyberfunk, 1 second per second of highly advanced funkstyle. In a world from the mind of Dion Koster, where self-styled crews are equipped with personal boostpacks, new heights of graffiti are reached. Start your own cypher and dance, paint, trick, face off with the cops and stake your claim to the extrusions and cavities of a sprawling metropolis in an alternate future set to the musical brainwaves of Hideki Naganuma.


  • In the game you can choose a character from your crew and explore the three-dimensional streets freely.

  • The goal is to bomb and get your name up. Every neighbourhood has many spots to find where you can paint graffiti. Once you get enough REP you can challenge the local crew for the territory.

  • Features a unique trick system with grinding, sliding, wallrunning and tricking in the air as well as on the ground.

  • You will encounter a lot of weirdos.

About the Graffiti

Your boostpack allows you to hit even the most insane spots with ease. Once you are near a graffiti spot you can activate graffiti mode and be suspended in mid-air. Hit all the targets and the sequence you make will determine the piece that shows up! Bigger size spots mean more targets to hit before the timer runs out.

About the Tricks

You can string your tricks and graffiti into combos to increase your score. Land a combo and your score will be transformed to boost power. The more stylish you are, the more you can use this boost power to zoom through the city at top speed. Do a crazy enough combo and you’ll go into Bomb Rush Mode, gaining infinite boost power.


  • When will the game be released?


  • Will the game have online multiplayer?

    The experience of this game is focused on single-player.

Bomb Rush Cyberfunk on Steam