The Procession to Calvary

The Procession to Calvary

(No spoilers.)

An absolutely fantastic game that’s just dripping with style. It’s borrowed style, but in this case that’s even better! Watch classic paintings come to life to tell an absolutely ridiculous story. Perfect for Easter (in a deeply-irreverent sort of way)!

Put more directly, the art is top-notch, the animation is hilarious, and the (also-borrowed) musical pairings are perfect.

The puzzles are all fair, ranging from several strictly-logical affairs to a handful of clever head scratchers. Nothing is so difficult or random that it should drive you to a walkthrough, and I suggest you avoid looking up the solutions to any puzzles lest you shorten your total gameplay. (If you ever get stuck, just revisit areas you haven’t been to recently and look at things fresh. That should generally do the trick.)

Real player with 41.8 hrs in game

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If you liked Four Last Things then you are a shoe in for this game. If you haven’t played Four Last Things then GO AND PLAY FOUR LAST THINGS!

Seriously. Play Four Last Things first and then if you like that come back to this after that.


  • amazing visuals. The entire game is renaissance art from start to finish and is amazingly mashed up together.

  • hyperbole….“You wasted amazing on a basket of chicken wings!?” This game is hilarious. Some of the dialogue is so funny I made a noise out loud. There are some strange references. The descriptions of the paintings in the gallery were fantastic. The game’s humour is on point for the kind of folks that have an interest in British humour or enjoy intelligent sarcasm.

Real player with 5.1 hrs in game

The Procession to Calvary on Steam

Four Last Things

Four Last Things


This is a gem ! I don’t how steam did it but it finally succeeded in recommending me a true unique niche game that actually had me interested straight away. If you have a soft spot for the renaissance period this game is an experience to witness! A wonderful little world based off of many real paintings (from Bosh, Bruegel to quote a few) mixed and mashed together in an incredible way ! It’s gorgeous and the music is also top notch suiting every scene. The game is a clever no nonsense point click with a great sense of humor and self awareness. It even remembers me the tone of the monty python’s Holy grail. It sadly is way too short but as an indy project which was made by 1 man only I think, I strongly recommend you support this game if it intrigues you in anyway. And hopefully another project of this kind will emerge.

Real player with 5.5 hrs in game

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Who knew committing the seven deadly sins could be so fun!

Four Last Things is a comedic point’n’click adventure game entirely composed of renaissance paintings. In Four Last Things, you play as a man who must do all seven deadly sins over again so that he can confess and be forgiven by a specific parish. It’s an inter-church bureaucracy thing, you understand. The humour here is very similar to Monty Python, and I’d consider this a must have for Monty Python fans.


Real player with 5.2 hrs in game

Four Last Things on Steam

Personality Dating Sim

Personality Dating Sim

There’s something magical about only knowing someone by their words on a screen. This aspect of Personality Dating Sim delivers, but the second half of the game falls short.

If you want to be spoiled, go ahead and watch my video. The first half of Personality Dating Sim is about getting to know the five colors, and this part of the game shines, especially with the banter between the five personalities. It’s like being on one of the old dating TV shows with Bachelor #1, Bachelor #2, etc, except with the contestants smacktalking each other. I wish the game had expanded on this and included multiple sections, perhaps in a style similar to TV’s The Bachelor, where you come back to the group after going on a date.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

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Very cool concept for a game that sometimes delivers.

What I didn’t like:

1. The Story (if you count dating each color a story). It can get repetitive very quickly. At first it’s cool to see all the different options but it just boils down to picking a few options to get the ending that you want. I wish that there was a bit more mechanics to it and dialogue options. It would’ve been cool to see more branches to each storyline.

2. The Speed of the Dialogue. It’s especially slow when you get to the life story. I really think the game could benefit from adding a button to speed up the dialogue.

Real player with 1.1 hrs in game

Personality Dating Sim on Steam

Hello Puppets! VR

Hello Puppets! VR

Experienced on the Oculus Quest 2. Spoiler-Free Review.

Please note: This does NOT work on WMR out of the box & editing controller bindings is more difficult than normal.

You can view my review & gameplay here:

I would love to recommend this game. It’s a good mix of horror and comedy in a narrative-driven adventure. The story is good with strong dialogue. The ending is particularly emotional and impactful. You, suprisingly, develop a close bond with your puppet Scout by the end of this horrifying ordeal.

Real player with 4.5 hrs in game

I streamed this for an Extra Life stretch goal and was given a press code by tinyBuild.

While there were cool bits in this, I can’t recommend this game at $20. Here’s a breakdown:


-Scout is an awesome character. Brilliantly acted, funny and well written.

-Concept is interesting.

-Story is actually fairly moving by the end.


-Very short. 90 minutes to 2 hours at best.

-Buggy. Had to restart a checkpoint several times due to scripting errors.

-No proper Windows Mixed Reality support (unacceptable in 2020.) Had to create a custom control profile on my own.

Real player with 3.2 hrs in game

Hello Puppets! VR on Steam



-KLAUS- : I’m addicted to this story now

Klaus is the first game by La Costa studios depicting Klaus who tries to find who he is and why he’s here. With first time releases always come hiccups so has La Costa managed this and made an instant banger first try? In my opinion yes, incredibly so! While it’s not perfect it’s done a remarkable job. Either read the full review or just take a quick look below.


✅ Incredible story, one of the best I’ve seen in a long time

Real player with 13.5 hrs in game



Klaus is an endearing and unusual puzzle/platformer that has just the right amount of difficulty to reward you for your efforts. It’s bursting with charm and boasts an unusual story telling system. The plot unfolds through a series of small and often humorous one-line sentences displayed within the game play area. Whilst a lot of these statements are jokes and flippant remarks, they also slowly reveal the story behind Klaus and his search for the truth behind his origins.

Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

-KLAUS- on Steam