Keep Talk Until You Dead

Keep Talk Until You Dead

Keep Talk Until You Dead is a Survival action game. The events of the game take place in the wild west in the town of NewCotton.

All people living in the city were infected with unknown disease, which turned them into zombies.

The protagonist gets unusual abilities, with his voice he can kill zombies, can freeze enemies, and also he can destroy zombies with a snap of his fingers.

Your Voice Is Your Main Weapon.

Control Your Voice to Destroy the Enemies.

Unique Abilities

Use Your Skills to Survive.

Improve Your Skills

Don’t forget to upgrade your character, because his fate depends on you.

Complete Quests.

Complete Various Tasks and Receive Rewards.

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Keep Talk Until You Dead on Steam

Boo! Greedy Kid

Boo! Greedy Kid

A retro arcade-style game, with tight controls and good level design. The game is very fun to speed-run( in order to get under par times in every level) and even though the Kid’s moveset is limited, there are ways to minimize your times, f.e. rolling through an open door to close it, instead of stopping in your tracks and pressing up. My only 2 small gripes are:

  1. the level select cursor moves very slowly, so selecting later levels takes a bit ( a big contrast to the overall ‘snappiness’ of the game) and

Real player with 19.3 hrs in game

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Boo! Greedy Kid is a challenging one for me to accomplish, especially if you are the player type who mostly aim on completing the game with the achievement being done too. For my own opinion, it was actually fun and strategic to begin with. You can play modes such as campaigns and other steam workshop contents created by other devoted players. Each levels were comprise with system-default difficulties as you encounter and passed them from time to time.

I am glad somehow, that I as a player and a customer of this game, manage to complete the game with full stars achieved and unlocked all game achievements. It was exhausting to play, yet it does worth out to burn some of your valuable time.

Real player with 5.6 hrs in game

Boo! Greedy Kid on Steam

In Verbis Virtus

In Verbis Virtus


This game has great atmosphere with an immersive spellcasting system and nonlinear level design that also at times has really clever and hard to figure out puzzles!


  • Fun and a really Great way of doing spellcasting that makes the game so much immersive!

  • Also if for some reason you’re having trouble casing some of the spells, make your own voice recognition model (it’s a feature implemented in the game, just go into the options menu).

    This actually, for me at least, nullifies the ‘con’ I’d otherwise have since I found it a bit tricky to cast the ‘mark of fire’ spell.

Real player with 32.7 hrs in game

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In Verbis Virtus is a terrible game that you probably should not play, but not for half of the reasons I’ve seen in other negative reviews for which I’d like to clarify here.

Bad points that actually were not bad:

Like you, I was lured to this game by the voice command spells. I believe the people saying that this does not work do not have it configured well or do not have a mic. The store page warns you to have a mic, and outside of a very few moments in game I found the voice commands to work very well even when speaking quietly, and I have a voice that mumbles, so that piece impressed me.

Real player with 18.6 hrs in game

In Verbis Virtus on Steam

The Broken Seal

The Broken Seal

(Using Samsung Odyssey+ Mixed Reality)

I LOVE this game! No tutorial, very little hand-holding, get out there and figure it out. Reminds me of old school Everquest but better. Me and a friend with a Vive have played about 20 hours of it so far and am not even HALF way through the content! That’s not even counting the fact there’s a HARD mode after you beat Normal and a HELL mode after that!

EDIT: Now two weeks later and over 70 hours played each, my friend and I have played through Normal, Hard, and Hell! The game gets progressively harder despite starting with your previous gear and spells. Enemies are tougher and drops just keep getting better. By the time we started the Hell mode we were just over level 40 and by the time we beat it we were both nearly 60. The gem levels increase up to 60, and weapons so far I’ve seen up to level 71 (with ONE weird appearance of a level 91 sword when we were low 50’s). Although we have effectively “beaten” the game we continue trying to upgrade our items, take different paths, and just having fun trying out the spells and weapon types that we under-used or avoided before.

Real player with 84.9 hrs in game

I edited this after more time in.

Bought The Broken Seal during the winter sale on Steam. I am not disappointed. Buy it and give it some time to get comfortable with it’s quirks. As new as it is I am very suprised at how well it runs.


-Vast world (edit: Far more vast than I realized at first. I am 7 hours in and about to kill the bone dragon on the first board. I played multiplayer with someone last night who is on the 5th board and has not finished the game.) This is the largest game I believe exists on VR.)

Real player with 61.0 hrs in game

The Broken Seal on Steam

The Broken Seal: Arena

The Broken Seal: Arena

“Arena,” I have yet to see anyone else play the game and the game-integrated opponents are the same enemies from the original game. There are virtually only two new spells to the Arena version vs. the original game which is overwhelmingly disappointing. The weapons are all the same–nothing original. Truly, the developers should have focused their time on improving the original game and not even wasted the time creating the “Arena” version. It is not worth even the mere $5 dollar price tag.

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

The Broken Seal: Arena on Steam

Starship Commander: Arcade

Starship Commander: Arcade

I can’t recommend this to anyone other than those that want to support VR development.

Sorry, but I was thoroughly unimpressed with every single aspect of this project. I’m not sure I would have even been impressed 3 years ago. It’s just not a good game. Period. The graphics are uninspired. In a world with Alexa and Siri, the voice recognition and responses are pathetically limited. In a world with Half Life: Alyx, this hardly even qualifies as a VR tech demo… even for a mobile VR platform, let alone the Vive Index I played on.

Real player with 20.5 hrs in game

Experienced on the Oculus Rift

You can view my (edited) gameplay here:

This is an approximately 13 minute cinematic experience, which has varying scenes depending on your voiced answers. This is like a 360 stereoscopic video, choose your own adventure type experience, which is like the stuff on Amaze VR. You don’t use motion controllers at all. It can be fun to try to find new scenes based on your novel responses. Unfortunately, even though the reviewer VR Focus said the AI was good, the AI responses really aren’t good and have severe limitations … but they can be funny (I wouldn’t trust VR Focus who seems more concerned about clicks than accuracy in his reports).

Real player with 1.5 hrs in game

Starship Commander: Arcade on Steam

My Little Army

My Little Army

Resurrect your undead skeleton army, equip them with ancient artifacts and become the greatest boss like no one before. Kill good guys, bad guys, eradicate or enslave other monster clans. Your goal is to earn the title of the Greatest Evil. Does this sound badass? Better read mode.

You will be able to command army by your own voice. Yeah, its possible. You can shout, yell, scream at your minions and it works! I mean that they become even more angry, deal more damage and start act like a total fools… Well, sometimes it’s not the best way out because ability to recrut more minions is limited. Better take care of them.

My Little Army 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

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

Espire 1: VR Operative

Espire 1: VR Operative

Espire 1 is currently my favorite VR stealth game. It was rough at launch but the major issues related to glitchy and inconsistent guard behavior seem to have been ironed out with the first update. There’s already plenty of fun to have in the challenge missions and I’m looking forward to more being added to the game over time.

The performance of this game is very good overall as you would expect from something that was simultaneously developed for the Quest headset. While this means the environments are somewhat bare I prefer the approach because of the higher frame rate. I often see frame drops in other stealth games like Budget Cuts or Unknightly with an RTX 2060 but I can run most of Espire 1’s challenge missions at 144 FPS without a hitch.

Real player with 36.7 hrs in game


It can be fun and there is a freedom in it that is not like other VR stealth games but the glitches and certain factors of the game kinda ruin it.

I am waiting till the updates fix it to play again.

If you don’t have it, follow it on news and pay attention to updates. Or wait for it to be discounted, at least then if you don’t like it you wouldn’t have paid the full price.


Best attempt at a fun stealth game, but so far a little disappointing.

Not saying I didn’t have fun, but certain glitches and game design ruined fun playthroughs.

Real player with 13.2 hrs in game

Espire 1: VR Operative on Steam

Rhyme Storm

Rhyme Storm

This game is easy to play but hard to master. Me and my buddy (theskinnymenace) always have a blast playing. It also activates the rhyme center in my brain and i found myself crafting my own raps in my head just for fun. The prompts and subject matter are always hilarious.

Real player with 24.9 hrs in game

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to freestyle rap, buy Rhyme Storm right now.

If you want to watch me embarrass myself playing Rhyme Storm, watch my video above. If you’ve never freestyled before and need to learn how, choose Freeflow Mode to get used to rapping a rhyme within the beat. Stick to the semi-randomly generated lyrics, add to them, embellish them, and learn the art of improvising. Once you’re ready, or if you want a challenge, go into Off the Dome Mode where you’re simply given the rhyme for each line. Sure, you’ll make a fool of yourself, but you’ll pick up the skills a lot quicker than you’d think.

Real player with 8.3 hrs in game

Rhyme Storm on Steam