Outpost 13

Outpost 13

tl;dr: Great concept for a game, but this is no where near complete and certainly not worth the asking price of $10. Avoid.

I picked up this game after seeing it on the front page of Steam. I looked into it and loved the pixel art and dark concept. It seemed like fun. I wasn’t really sure about the price, but I was bored and looking for an interesting game. After going through the short intro, I was pumped for the game. Then the game started. I was lost. Nothing but a screen of text explaining the times to go on. I explored a little and found large areas of nothingness. Finally stumbling on a room I could do something in, I quickly picked up on the 3-4 medicore puzzles this game has to offer. A combination of finding clues and lots of trial and error. The clues did not work as intended for 2 of the puzzles. It’s either a bug or crap game design. After some more blind clicking without direction, the game ends. Apparently, there’s going to be a second act. This was the first act? Um, usually games are divided into acts because the content is too vast to complete in a given timeframe. I feel like this is a buggy version of 5% of a real game. I’m pissed. I requested a refund, but was denied as I had “played” more than 2 hrs. Realistically, I played for about an hour, and then minimized it to look up what the heck was going on with this game for a few hours; because, suprise, there’s no pause “feature”. Press Esc by reflex to bring up some sort of menu? You just quit your game. Terrible design. Don’t waste your time or money on this one.

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

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Note: This review is a work in progress, this review will be updated when the update for Act 2 comes out.

This game was reviewed using a code sent by the developer.

Outpost 13 struck me as a very interesting concept for a game. You can choose from three different characters: Graham, Fen and Dr. Meow Meow Jones. The game’s description say’s Fen is the main character, but in the end there’s no difference.

The story is something straight out of late 80’s or early 90’s Sci-Fi flick. You play as the crews dog. The story takes place on an ice planet. You find out there’s something special about you and the team wants to conduct experiments, but you can’t let that happen. So it’s up to you to kill the entire crew as a mysterious being guides you and helps you to escape the Outpost.

Real player with 4.4 hrs in game

Outpost 13 on Steam

PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist

PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist

Ah, Legend Of The Brofist. A game filled to the brim with controversy because of the person it’s based on. But, I am here to review the GAME. NOT PewDiePie. So if you’re mad at anything I say in this review… go take it somewhere that somebody cares. And get in line if you have any personal beef with me because of my opinions. A lot of people do, and you’re just another one to tack on to the list.

Gameplay: Legend Of The Brofist is a 2D platformer, with differing elements in certain stages, such as low-gravity, and even a 2D shooter style for one stage.

Real player with 14.3 hrs in game

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This game is absolutely nonsensical. I mean, maybe there’s some lovely tapestry of narrative in it, but if I have to go watch a youtube dude to figure it out, you haven’t told a good story. But you don’t play this for the story (dear god I hope you don’t, anyway). This game is a pretty open love letter to the 16-bit era slathered in a layer of surreality, and it actually plays damn well. Most levels basically spelled out their intent or were based on something I recalled from my younger days, and while I think one or two stages' gimmicks make their lack of checkpointing* irritating, only the rather-lengthy final boss really held me up for more than 15 minutes. It’s also got a bunch of difficulty settings in case you find it too simple/challenging, and after you beat the endboss you can play anything you’ve beaten on Hard on a one-hit kill, no powerup mode, should you be masochistic enough.

Real player with 10.6 hrs in game

PewDiePie: Legend of the Brofist on Steam

Rabbit Riot

Rabbit Riot

A first-person horror puzzle game with a rabbit in the title role.

  • Interesting combination of genres, fascinating game world, price. - gloomy and no multiplayer

in general I recommend!

Real player with 14.5 hrs in game

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A typical representative of runner gaming, but with its own features, namely the first-person view, we are in the skin of a rabbit, and the most fun thing is that you don’t get tired of what is happening on the screen, when I last tried to play runner on the phone, I had enough for a maximum of 30 minutes…

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

Rabbit Riot on Steam