Project Warlock

Project Warlock

Love letter to the oldschool

Project Warlock is an arcade shooter developed by Buckshot Software as a nostalgia-driven tribute to times when a story in FPS games rolled as a panel at the end of the chapter. While John Carmack’s infamous quote “story in a game, is like a story in a porn movie” has been challenged countless times since the 90s, it does capture the essence of the shooters from that time. Meticulous, maze-like levels, armoury’s worth of guns and secrets behind a fake wall – gameplay was everything. A simple credo Project Warlock at large adheres to, while also adding few ideas of its own. By all means, it is a modern retelling of the classics, rather than an attempt at copying one, and it shows.

Real player with 17.3 hrs in game

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Okay, I would love nothing more than to give this game a positive review, because with such a cheap asking price and so many good qualities, I can understand why it has decent reviews. But difficulty aside, this game is riddled with glitches. Which is sad, because so much holds back what otherwise would be a solid game.

So, lets start with the good aspects:

The music, atmosphere, level themes, and graphics are amazing.

The price is insanely cheap.

You can tell a lot of love went into making this game.

Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

Project Warlock on Steam

DOOM Eternal

DOOM Eternal

Although it plays and is mechanically less like classic DOOM than DOOM 2016, the feeling of speed and power you get from mastering the combat makes it FEEL like you’re playing classic DOOM. In classic DOOM, you’re whizzing around arenas, dodging, weaving, circle strafing and prioritising targets. This game recreates that feeling well. After Eternal, 2016 feels rather sluggish and Eternal has also made me very critical of 2016. Which is why I prefer Eternal to 2016 any day.

For example in Eternal, You are actively encouraged to stay in the fight and never run away at all times, in order to get health, ammo, armor, you need to take from your enemies. You need to be in there otherwise you die. Whereas in 2016, when you have no ammo or armor, you need to run away from everything to a tiny corner of the map, defenceless, pick up a huge stockpile and run back in which really kills the flow of combat. In classic DOOM this worked because it wasn’t an arena shooter, you were faster moving and so doing this didn’t really slow you down or take you out of the fight - you could get back in there as quickly as you left. But in 2016, doing this is slow because your movement speed in comparison to classic DOOM is extremely slow - but you have to do that because grounded pickups are your main resource. This is dangerous, especially on Nightmare difficulty where running away can just get you killed easily. In Eternal, the way you get resources is different as armor and ammo come from attacking the enemies themselves instead of having to break up the fight and run away. Not only that, but you can dash and grapple yourself to fly around the arena which emulates the speed of the original much better than 2016.

Real player with 290.2 hrs in game

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In an age when most game devs have become lazy, id Software is back to show us DOOM remains a behemoth which has stood the test of time amongst the biggest games of this medium.

The game may look hard or even annoying for new players but don’t be discouraged to play it. Each challenge is designed very carefully to teach players something. Each battle is crafted with a look of thinking and every one of them have a unique point.

DOOM Eternal forces you to play well. Between the games which have a high skill ceiling like DMC or fighting games, DOOM Eternal is designed celeverly to push new players into the “fun zone” and actually DOOM Etartal is much easier than many games to begin the process of getting good. After a while of playing this game, although you know there is room for improvement but definitely you feel like a pro player and this feel is amazing.

Real player with 199.9 hrs in game

DOOM Eternal on Steam



Gorytale is a really entertaining, silly game filled with a bunch of references and secrets.

It has a variety of weapons to kill the adorable little creatures with!

The only problem I have with this game is that it’s pretty short, especially when you know what to do already, but it’s still fun playing through multiple times and the arenas give it a little more replayability.

I really hope we’ll get a sequel and the game gets a little more attention because I absolutely loved it. It’s well worth the $5.

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

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Recomend it to TRY IT OUT!!

Overall 9/10.

Worth the price!


*I really like the sound efect of picking up the gifts in game!

*and u can throw the middle finger!

It has amazing humor and style of graphics!

It’s decent for an hour or two but after a while i started to get headaches.

Real player with 5.0 hrs in game

Gorytale on Steam



I’m unsure where to begin, honestly. Let’s start with the premise. You, the Reaper, are tasked by your mysterious employer with investigating the significance of a strange new drug, called Ash, which unravels into a conspiracy between three undead gangs: the Zombie Kingz, the 1000 Year Royals, and the Dredged.

This game is often described as a cross between Hotline Miami and Gunpoint, which does paint a decent picture of what to expect. The game has a side on perspective like Gunpoint, though the gameplay is a little more slow-paced than Hotline Miami. Not all enemies drop their weapons, meaning ammo conservation and aiming for headshots is key to completing a level, and while running in and playing on reaction time alone is possible, you die in one hit, so it’s often better to plan out your assault.

Real player with 798.4 hrs in game

DEADBOLT is a 2D sidescroller game which I would consider a hidden gem. The game is polished, has a lot of different weapons and unique levels that can be replayed in a lot of ways, with custom level support to add up to the replayability.

You take up the role of a reaper, working in a limbo-esque version of our world. There are still bars, strip clubs and rundown apartments, but the world is populated by all kinds of undead - zombies, vampires, skeletons, you name it! And your goal is to get rid of them.

Real player with 647.0 hrs in game





The girls of “Saint Cattleya High School” arrived on Future Island for a school excursion. This is a small Island scarred by a past war. In the middle of a still delightful natural garden setting lies the War Museum, where letters and other objects from the terrible events which occurred on this Island are on display. During a break, Miss Shizuru felt dizzy in the Museum and passed out! As she woke up, she found herself in the same place, but in an alternative world where relics of the past war are now petrifying monsters. How are you going to go back to your time, my dear Shizuru?

*– [Real player with 11.5 hrs in game](*

Well I do much enjoyed with the journey but not the story, monster, and stuff. I mean its in the middle of war and so many trap but why the monster also from a plane or crane or something like a cube huge things which buried and ex-army. I agree with character even there is a little big than normal size but which I don't like is the story that's all. I didn't feels anything from this game. Oh and the HP is 5 and if you want to regen just going to the cross but it will healing when your HP is 1\. Also check point which is hard to find. You need to look a cross shape to save your progress but only if you remember so far that's good. Bad check point it's uncomfortable.

*– [Real player with 10.2 hrs in game](*


![Merry Glade]( "")

## Merry Glade

"What has Bunny done? Why does everyone want to kill him? And why is Carrot so delicious?"

Well, seems that we have two main characters here! =P

This game isn't really expensive - as I'm writing it's discounted at 0,39€ - and it's been all developed by one single guy, Russian I may guess since the only languages available in the main menu are Russian and English :P

Let's start with the achievements - the whole game with its 76 little trophies takes about an hour to be completed, since all of them are related to the progression of the story and the ones that aren't linked to it can be obtained just by touching all the mushrooms, dying in various ways and so on (yeah, lots of dark humour and blood xD).

*– [Real player with 24.4 hrs in game](*

Got a coupon for 50% off. Normally I ignore coupons for games because the vast majority of the time, they're pretty stinky. I went ahead and bought this one, mainly because I have major nerve damage in my left wrist, and can only play games with one hand (I'm typing this review with one hand). This game is played exclusively with the mouse. I was sold.

Merry Glade is absolutely adorable and dark. Don't be fooled by the cartoony appearance. Underneath the floppy ears and dancing mushrooms are buckets of blood, twisted enemies, and a wicked sense of humor. Gameplay is mostly about navigating puzzles to get to the carrot. Sometimes the carrot is surrounded by mines. Sometimes the carrot is a lie and will get you killed. Sometimes you'll fight a bullet hell mini boss.

*– [Real player with 1.9 hrs in game](*


![Disney•Pixar Cars]( "")

## Disney•Pixar Cars

Great nostalgic game :)

Cars is open world and has a good number of races, minigames, and collectibles. Some of the more fun events - like chasing down the speeders - and some of the offroad races have high replayability.

It can take a while to find the location of all those stamps, and even then, getting to them is a whole other challenge. I remember for two of them you have to climb a huge mountain with its own share of difficulties and pick which stamp of the two to get. They both involve long jumps to reach them, and if you fall, you have to climb back up the mountain all over again.

*– [Real player with 34.4 hrs in game](*

A great game that I enjoy. I remember playing this as a kid, and I was excited when I recently found out that it was available on Steam. This game has great races and mini-games. The controls can sometimes feel floaty and weird, but it is easy to get used to (I used a PS4 controller). The hub world, consisting of Radiator Springs, Ornament Valley, and Tailfin Pass, give you this sense of exploration. Not to mention you can hit npc cars in these hubs which can be very hilarious if you are doing this with someone watching you. You can choose a difficulty before starting Story Mode, which are Rookie, Pro, Champion, and another mode that is the most challenging that you need to unlock (I don't know how to unlock it or the name of it). The cutscenes have original voice actors. You can also get bonus content like characters (note: unlocked characters can't be used in Story Mode), paint jobs for characters, art, deleted cutscenes, and other videos, but you need to pay with points you receive in-game. The characters you unlock can only be used in Arcade and Multiplayer. Arcade is where you can choose a character and paint job and choose any mini-game or race that you have unlocked while playing in Story Mode. Multiplayer is basically just Arcade but with multiplayer. Multiplayer is split screen, and there is no online play. The only downfall is the sometimes floaty and weird controls that can take some getting used to and the difficulty that keeps on switching from easy to difficult, then back to easy and cycle repeats. Overall, it is a great game that anyone can enjoy, and I am more than happy to call it one of my favorite racing games.

*– [Real player with 30.4 hrs in game](*


![Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number]( "")

## Hotline Miami 2: Wrong Number

a great game that continues the story of Hotline Miami and takes place, before, during and after the first game. The second game is told in kind of a Quentin Tarantino way, jumping back and fourth in the timeline. It is not necessary to play the first game before this one but i would recommend it, since i believe that the first one is also brilliant. If you are a fan of the first game there is no reason why you would't enjoy this one.

*– [Real player with 563.7 hrs in game](*

I regret not playing this game sooner. As someone who loves fast-paced shooter games, Hotline Miami 2 hits the spot. In this game you have to embrace death in order to do well. Accept the fact that dying a lot is an inevitability or you won't have a fun time playing this. I didn't do that any of that initially and suffered greatly. Eventually I just decided to throw safety into the trash, and I did far better then before. My only real complaint is the level design. It ranges from: really well made, to okay, and then to downright annoying. Thankfully most of the levels fall under the first two categories.

*– [Real player with 83.6 hrs in game](*


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## [it's possible]


*– [Real player with 4.0 hrs in game](*

dosn't work properly

*– [Real player with 0.1 hrs in game](*


![Blood Moon: The Last Stand]( "")

## Blood Moon: The Last Stand

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This is a simple but difficult hybrid clicker / wave fighter game. What you see on the store page is essentially what you get. You can move left and right and you click to attack your opponents. If they are within melee range you will attack them with a slash, otherwise you will shoot them. You don't have to worry about reloading, but you do have to decide who to attack first and which direction to be facing; because you can only attack in the direction you are facing. You have three hits and have a special bar that goes up as you defeat enemies. With that special bar you can choose to heal one health or do massive damage on one enemy. Enemies will come at you from multiple directions and sometimes you have to throw up a shield to avoid damage from a projectile.

*– [Real player with 1.8 hrs in game](*