After waiting for this game to come out since the moment it was announced, I’d say that my opinions about POSTAL Redux are a bit mixed. I like this game, but I wanted to love it. Here are the pros and cons.


*Better gameplay than the original, it plays like an actual 3/4 isometric shooter, no-more tank controls.

*Rampage mode is awesome, especially that alternate ending!

*The new remastered OST is amazing, I just wish that all of them were remastered and not just most. Also amazing are the tracks for Rampage mode

Real player with 29.0 hrs in game

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A remake of Postal in UE4, supposedly remade from scratch that may be a little too faithful to the original. Along with the good comes some of the same issues the classic had.

Redux comes with multiplayer deathmatch/co-op, the classic campaign along with their expansion levels, and the new single player mode, Rampage, where an actual scoring system comes to play.

The controls in Redux are far more superior to the classic tank controls, but the game’s nice enough to add tank controls anyway if you so wish to play it that way. You can now run and shoot with better precision and it plays more like an actual twin stick shooter with full controller compatibility. The game is much lower in difficulty compared to the classic thanks to the ability to properly run & gun.

Real player with 28.9 hrs in game

POSTAL Redux on Steam




Octavian is a procedural generated, platforming, twin-stick looter-shooter. Explore the galaxy with your crew of smugglers to solve mysteries, fight disgusting aliens, explore dungeons, and find exciting loot.


Choose from three classes (Commando, Assassin, or Engineer) and create your alien smuggler. Use procedurally generated guns, and other equipment to advance your skills as well.


Within the depths of the many dungeons, there are dozen’s of horrid monstrosities to discover. These include procedural mini-bosses. The weapons and equipment you use will need to be carefully selected for different enemy types.


Raise a cute little creature to defend you or obliterate your enemies with no mercy.


The Vectordic Union is a galactic government that presides over the majority of the Milky-Way galaxy. In the year 2386, following the genocide of the human race, the many other species became divided without any form of central governance. Douglas Simmons, a general in the Giraffe army, took charge of the galaxy by creating the Vectordic Union.

President Douglas Simmons, in his inagural address to the people of Milky-Way, famously said:

Eh yo man does anyone have some paper with which I could roll this plant matter into a cylindrical vessel?

Ever since this day, the galaxy’s primary social classes have become further and further apart, leading to an insanely profitable small set of corporate overlords. Current President Darnel Simmons has gone missing, and the balance of power is teetering for the first time in almost a hundred years. As part of a band of smugglers aboard a rickety nuclear-powered starship, an unbelievable mystery unfolds.

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Octavian on Steam



The final boss that people have been calling buggy and rage inducing is being reworked sometime in the next week to make it much “less random and less punishing” [EDIT: It is fixed now]. You can chat with the devs and other players on the Struggling discord, and they’re really responsive to player criticism.

Literally every part of the game apart from that boss is incredible: the gameplay, the visuals, the music, the hats, the other bosses, everything. You can play singleplayer or local multiplayer (remote multiplayer with Parsec), and the controls are weirdly intuitive. It takes about 6-8 hours to complete for the first time, but there are so many great bossfights and paradigm shifts that you’ll wanna play again. The game is very replayable since are about 50 hats to collect in secret areas, and each challenge has many ways to be beaten.

Real player with 104.6 hrs in game

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Man this game is a BLAST.

The humour in this game is the best, me and my friend were laughing our asses of till the very end. The controls are a bit like the controls of games like getting over it where it doesnt feel unpolished or shitty, you just suck.

All the negative reviews are either from people complaining about there not being online coöp even though there’s apps like parsec that work amazingly with this game (or you just use steams own remote play tho that’s a little buggy if ya ask me), or from people that say the game gets boring after a while even tho the humour and small parts where you gotta actually use your brain and skills keep it fun and hella entertaining.

Real player with 14.2 hrs in game

Struggling on Steam

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed

Crypto is back with a license to probe. The alien invader returns, groovier than ever. Experience the swinging ‘60s in all its chemical-induced glory and take revenge on the KGB for blowing up your mothership. You’ll have to form alliances with members of the very species you came to enslave.

Key Features:

  • Show those hippies who’s boss using classic weapons and new technology like the Meteor Shower

  • Explore 1960’s Mother Earth and unload your trusty saucer all over her fictional cities

  • Defend a much larger, much more open world from those who seek to undermine your mission

  • Hoover up humans from different countries and grind them up into DNA cocktails to upgrade your skills

  • Invite a friend over for a twosome and enjoy the full story in local 2-player split screen co-op

Destroy All Humans! 2 - Reprobed on Steam

The Break-In

The Break-In

The Break-In is a 1-4 player, VR and non VR, co-op burglary game about sneaking in, taking everything, and then sneaking out. Infiltrate houses, bank vaults and museums to earn money and upgrade your thief gear. Take on special contracts to extract high-value items from dangerous locations and go from petty burglar to high-tech agent of stealth.

Multiplayer allows for a range of different roles and play-styles, from leading communications from your van to being the first to the break-in from the roof, opening the route for your team.

  • Wide range of gadgets: Equip yourself with items ranging from old ladders to high-power grapple guns.

  • Natural climbing system: Clamber up drainpipes, squeeze through windows, or make your way to the roof and enter through the chimney santa-style.

  • 1-4 player co-op: Bring your friends along for extra pairs of thieving hands. Just make sure they’re quiet, or they’ll alert the residents.

  • Randomised level generation:. Hit a brand new house each time you play, so you’ll always have to be on your toes.

  • VR / non-VR crossplay: VR adds an extra layer of immersion, but you can play fully without it too! Cross-play allows you to play alongside VR players, even in flatscreen mode.

The Break-In on Steam