Yako is a 2D story-driven hand-drawn platformer. Using your wind-powered abilities, explore a mystical underground world, solve the mystery plaguing the area surrounding Mount Inari, and earn a place among the deities of the Japanese pantheon.

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Yako on Steam

Fire Place

Fire Place

It’s the perfect time for a virtual Fire Place

with days getting shorter and hazy seasons approaching.

The game – or rather simulation – offers a variety of scenes/locations to choose from, generally season unrelated.

You might choose the bonfire at the beach or the mediterranean looking fire-place for some chill summer evenings.

The game offers to many options to manipulate the behaviour of the fire itself and also the rendering/appearance to list them all. You can change brightness and glow but also get detailed control like how fast the heat spreads or the ambient heat which affects the fire.

Real player with 3.7 hrs in game

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Less game, more experience. Fire Place works as both a short-session way to chill and a long one if you need a sleeping aid. Once you’ve got a decent fire going it’ll keep itself active for about 20 minutes depending on available fuel, or you can tinker with it every 5 or so minutes to maintain it indefinitely. There are multiple scenes to work with, ranging from a generic campfire to an old Victorian-era fireplace in a vaguely spooky room.

Note here each fireplace layout features different audio, some of which is great and some…well, you’ll wonder why its addition to the game was celebrated lol. There are thankfully sliders for the music as well as everything else including how the fire reacts to materials - modifying some of these though can cause your GPU to break a bit of a sweat so low-spec users should be wary.

Real player with 3.0 hrs in game

Fire Place on Steam

Shadow Warrior 3

Shadow Warrior 3

Fallen corporate shogun Lo Wang and his former employer turned nemesis turned sidekick Orochi Zilla embark on an improbable mission to recapture an ancient dragon they unwillingly unleashed from its eternal prison. Armed with a punishing mix of blades and bullets, Lo Wang must traverse uncharted parts of the world to track down the dark beast and push the apocalypse back yet again. All it will take is the mask of a dead god, a dragon’s egg, a touch of magic, and enough firepower to hold off the impending cataclysm.

Bring a Katana to a Gunfight

Conduct a symphony of death with each encounter by mixing overwhelming firepower with devastatingly precise katana strikes as you dash in and around the demonic hordes.

Fancy Footwork

Flow between nimble movement techniques including air dashes, wall running, double jumps, and the fancy new grappling hook busts your combat and movement options wide open in every battle.

Execute Then Annihilate

Execute spectacular finishing moves to claim a piece of your conquered foe and unleash its powers back on the horde in a burst of unstoppable fury and powerful magic.

Dynamic Combat Arenas

Each environment is lined with hazardous structures and devices that can be activated to add another layer of creative choice to the offensive strategy.

Neo Feudal Japan

Trek across a mythic Asian land infused with the magic and technology of ancient samurai, now overrun by the demonic yokai from Japanese folklore.

Funny Business

Brace for expertly delivered one-liners from Lo Wang, pointed banter with Zilla, and an intense thrillride of absurd predicaments on the way to turning doomsday into a new day.

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Shadow Warrior 3 on Steam

DEEMO -Reborn-

DEEMO -Reborn-

DEEMO -Reborn- is a musical, beautiful & charming experience, in which it combines

rhythmic arcade-ish gameplay (hitting keys at the right time, in the same essence as OSU!mania/DJMax etc)

& solving clever and semi-demanding riddles/puzzles, so that you can unlock more songs to play, more areas to explore

& to progress the story further.

The Story is quite mystical & very emotional, with many but short cutscenes and a few dialogues that explains what’s going on. Voice over is only in Japanese (with english subtitles ofc)

Real player with 77.5 hrs in game

I’m honestly so split with this port of the game. I feel like it’s a lot easier to play with keyboard, which is both good and bad. I’m glad it makes it more accessible to others, but now this is just like the NS port all over again. If you play on this version people are more likely to think you aren’t as skilled because now you can just hold SPACE and don’t have to wiggle joysticks.

Plus the fact that VK songs, Cytus 1 & 2, Egoist, AND Rayark 3 packs aren’t available is extremely disappointing. Because of the loss of almost 20 songs, the game feels a lot more empty and I’m just more tempted to boot my PS4 up to play Alone with you or Parousia.

Real player with 55.1 hrs in game

DEEMO -Reborn- on Steam

Detroit: Become Human

Detroit: Become Human

Have you ever watched a TV series and thought to yourself, man, this character is dumb. Why would they go in there? Why would they do that? It is so stupid. For me, it happens more often than I would care to experience. But now, YOU can be in charge of your own TV series. That’s right, you can make the characters do dumb things and then know that you made them do it. Much more satisfying lol. So much power.

That is only half a joke, because that is what this game is. It is essentially a high budget TV production where you have some sprinkled ‘game-play’. Nothing wrong with that. In fact, I quite enjoyed the ride and if you don’t want to read past this point, just know that if you want to experience a fascinating setting with a compelling narrative then this game is for you.

Real player with 40.8 hrs in game

So, most of the reviews I see are pretty positive or negative, but not super descriptive? And it really doesn’t do it justice, because this game… Well, it has a lot to say but also nothing at all. I want to preface with that I actually really enjoyed the game. I liked most of the characters, I like that there are so many branching paths in every scene, I LOVED the graphics, and I did actually like the gameplay. Overall, I don’t think you’ll be wasting money if you decide to purchase. It has a high replayability as well, which is just a lot of value.

Real player with 40.0 hrs in game

Detroit: Become Human on Steam



This game combines the beauty of meditative relaxation with a playable video game experience.

You’ll start off as a Deity within the void, an area which exists outside of space and time. From within this void you’ll have access to a range of different worlds where you can embody a unique creature in each.

In each world you’ll be able to explore the environment accompanied by a plethora of meditative music. Once traveling to the final warp gate in each world you’ll be sent back to the void and allowed to enter a new world as another creature, until of course you reach the final level.

Deity on Steam

Kessler Effect

Kessler Effect

It’s a Sci-Fi TV show in VR. On sale it’s worth it. Not on sale, it’s ok. It has good visuals, but everything else is cheesy including the script, but you won’t care.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

TLDR; While the game has GREAT voice acting, and looks great, the nonsynched facial recognition they boost about, the rushed storyline, the somewhat weird writing, very short, a couple of nausea inducing parts (like really bad, and i have strong vrlegs) and pretty bad performance (50fps with a 1080) makes it hard to recommend.

This is a Mostly a Cinematic experience, with 3 endings, all branches and endings can be seen in ~30min. (you can choose a new branch after finishing the game so you dont need to go through everything again).

Real player with 0.5 hrs in game

Kessler Effect on Steam

Before Nightfall: Summertime

Before Nightfall: Summertime

Walking simulator with a twist: collecting wood so you can keep the fire burning.

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

no ice

Real player with 1.0 hrs in game

Before Nightfall: Summertime on Steam

Celestial Reactors

Celestial Reactors

🌞 The World

On a terraformed planet, the complex stack of sentient infrastructures called the Mnemosyne Technologies constitute an artificial biosphere.

Long after any human subsist, the world is controlled by these singularities.

The artificial intelligences’ resources are invested into a research program and simulation named Celestial Reactors.

The purpose of the experiment is unclear.

🌞 The Experience

This game is focused on discovery : you are invited to explore, observe, and experience out-of-this-world places.

The story is conveyed through the environment and symbolic imagery.

🌞 VR features

  • Room-scale experience

  • Gaze interactions

  • Controller support

  • Hand-tracking support (Leap Motion)

Celestial Reactors on Steam

The Divine Invasion

The Divine Invasion

Sort of cyberpunk slasher

Truly decent action/slasher in cyberpunk style. In this game you’re going to be a hitman emerged into beautiful Sci-Fi environment. I can also tell that combat system is rather good, you can fully enjoy it when fighting multiple enemies simultaneously: dodging attacks and activating slo-mo. Didn’t notice any bugs or something, I wouldn’t even say that the game is on Early Access.

  • Beautiful graphics

  • Good storyline

  • Dynamic gameplay

Real player with 15.9 hrs in game

I’ve added this project to my wishlist because of the very interesting and unique story. Today, when I’ve seen graphics, I made purchase and I’m glad I did it. I understand It’s still Early Access, but even now game looks cool. As a huge cyberpank genre fan I’m glad to add this game to my collection and I will recommend to keep an eye on it to any cyberpank games fans.

Real player with 6.4 hrs in game

The Divine Invasion on Steam