Club Naughty

Club Naughty

I am extremely glad I paid next to nothing for this ‘game’ if you are so inclined to call it one. I will give you a rundown of ‘the game’. you own one club at the start. starting off it doesn’t seem bad you run around like any manager would that is trying to make money and make your customers happy. any event that comes up on the floor is one of two options for you more xp/reputation or more money. you gain money by the second. it says you gain reputation by the second, but I don’t really see that happening. You can level up by reputation I didn’t ever seem to find a cap on that. You just stop unlocking things to earn other than it gives you a money bonus.

Real player with 47.5 hrs in game

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I bought this game despite the negative reviews because I was looking for something new and also why I bought it on sale. While I didn’t mind the design itself, I was perfectly fine with the way you could upgrade the club as it was good to see the club layout change as you bought the upgrades.

However, the biggest problem with the game is the lagging that starts to happen after you reach a new level (or reputation as the game calls it) as well as said announcement card being as slow as molasses during its presentation. Pretty much the only way to fix it is to go back to the main menu and then go back into the game until next level up; rinse and repeat. Had it not been for this annoyance; it would have been an enjoyable game.

Real player with 11.7 hrs in game

Club Naughty on Steam

The Miskatonic

The Miskatonic

Make multiple save files! Mine corrupted somehow, no idea how, and it was right before the end and I had to reclick through about 45 mins of reading. Annoying.

Game was longer than expected, which was good. A good deal on sale. Had been looking at this game for a while, but I heard it was short….and 5 bucks for short wasn’t really buyable imo. So I waited for sale, and it finally did and I’m glad I bought it.

Game is very incomplete though. Art is great, story is great and rich and lorie. Only has 3-4 music tracks. Is linear phonetic visual novel with a weird pseudo exploration kinda mode? but actually not explorable its deciding whether to talk to people along the way or not and the talks have no bearing on the story, its just lore. I mean you’ll be doing the talks tho cause its fun so that’s fine. The world is very interesting.

Real player with 17.2 hrs in game

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So, I’ve completed the game in 4-5 hours, and given the fact that it’s a linear story, with only window for replayability being the fact that you might missed some of the dialogues (yes, that can happen).

The game is as described: Point and click based visual novel, set in a post-apocalyptic(?) lovecraftian world, which is fine, the fans wil like it, especially the goofy take, and the matching art-style, and the story is also acceptable, though it wasn’t enough.

My problems with this “game” are the following:

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

The Miskatonic on Steam

Lancelot’s Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze

Lancelot’s Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze

This game is a barrel bursting with absolute nonsense. And this is why it’s terrific.

The art style is simplistic but serves the humour very well, the puzzles aren’t hard, until the last chapter where it’s more of a “How much do you remember of the game you’ve played and the locations you’ve visited” luckily the game cuts off branches you don’t need to revisit so it doesn’t become annoying.

It’s a laugh and a half and definitely worth a look.

Real player with 9.9 hrs in game

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Do you have a sense for black humor? Then you have to play Lancelot’s Hangover. That seems familiar to me… anyway I would say even if you don’t have a sense for black humor you have to play it because it’s a great sexy adventure game. Everything is alright. I can’t complain. It reminded me a bit of my childhood when I was in the monastery and in the church. At that time there were unfortunately no naked women in the monastery. It also reminds me of Marilyn Manson when he says: I don’t like the drugs but the drugs like me. Lancelot should sing that, the sexy knight with beer (I recommend the Bavarian beer).

Real player with 8.8 hrs in game

Lancelot's Hangover: The Quest for the Holy Booze on Steam

Mentai Uncensored

Mentai Uncensored

god a fucking damn great game guys, i’ve been playing it nonstop, and these c0ck teases are just something else.

Real player with 23.6 hrs in game

Mentai Uncensored is a joke game, that the developers hope you pay for and I highly urge you not to do that. Since there’s no story we are jumping straight to graphics:


Well the graphics are just a bunch of stock photos of fat dudes. Literally that’s all it is, it’s repulsive photos of fat people you have to put back together. So yeah that’s about all I can say here.


The audio is awful, it’s nothing more than a stock song playing on a loop and dudes moaning constantly. It’s not funny at all and it gets annoying after the first minute and if you do end up buying this game then well you will mute the game and play in either complete silence or just listen to your own music while playing.

Real player with 1.3 hrs in game

Mentai Uncensored on Steam

Into the Dark: Ultimate Trash Edition

Into the Dark: Ultimate Trash Edition

Usually I dont play more than 2 or 3 games per year, no time for more…

…so perhaps I should have been more picky before throwing myself into the dark here.

Or better not.

It is hard to tell what the game actually is. I could write a book about it and still it wouldnt cover all aspects.

Is it the next “oh look how bad it is” experience like surgeon or goat simulator?


Is it a trash game as advertised?

Yes, it has a certain B-movie atmosphere, it is extremely cheesy when it wants to be, but its not something that feels put together cheap and quickly. The sheer amount of small details hidden in all parts of the levels tells otherwise.

Real player with 13.3 hrs in game

Into the Dark is a FPS horror game. The player takes control of Peter O’ Brannon, a detective who is sent to investigate the death of an elderly man in New England. Upon arriving at his cabin, you realise that all is not right and something sinister is going on.

The game makes a poor first impression. The game starts with ultra-low quality artwork and a surprisingly small amount of menu options, there is absolutely no configuration options. To configure the controls you have to edit a text file.

Real player with 9.9 hrs in game

Into the Dark: Ultimate Trash Edition on Steam

Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse (Episode 1)

Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse (Episode 1)

The game gives a few laughs and so far the story seems to be intriguing, so I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes next. And it’s nice to see some familiar characters from the animated shorts in it.

Some problem I have with this game is how much of it is exploration and how little is a part of the story itself. The game can be completed really quickly if you only focus on the tasks they give you. But there’s a bunch of locations and countless of objects you can interact with in each of them. So vast majority of the game is just clicking everything and listening to your character saying something funny about it, coming up with another pun (I swear this game contains every single pun you could ever come up with), sometimes unlocking a costume piece or giving you some easter egg. I don’t think the balance is right if I have to spend hours examining all the new locations open to me, but when I move on to actually do the tasks to carry on in the game, it turns out it only takes a few minutes and suddenly I’m back to having to explore more locations.

Real player with 19.3 hrs in game


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You go to the school doctor because you feel ill - and she welcomes you by telling you that they don’t do plastic surgery here. Or whether you’ve come because of your malnutrition or your terrible body odour … well, that’s how you constantly get treated in Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse. Funded on Kickstarter, it is based on the dark yet humorous Explosm comics. To ensure that the humour and character design of the comics is also reflected in the game, publisher Serenity Forge and developer Skeleton Crew Studios have worked closely with Explosm and I-Mockery. With Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse, subtitled Hall Pass To Hell, the first of three planned parts has now been released.

Real player with 17.4 hrs in game

Cyanide & Happiness - Freakpocalypse (Episode 1) on Steam

Dirty Cop Simulator

Dirty Cop Simulator

At the police station, you’ll get your beat and daily orders. Parking tickets, checking speeds, petty criminals and vandals are the daily life of a young cop. Plus a miserable salary and a complete lack of prestige. Great, by performing your duties diligently you will be promoted to detective and get a watch for retirement.

On the other hand, there will be a lot of temptations that will be hard to resist. Bribes, planting evidence, intimidation or turning a blind eye can be very profitable. Desperate people will do anything. And if you don’t get caught, you’ll save for a hefty retirement and respect from the people of the city.

But once you cross the border and become dirty, additional assignments from the criminal world will start to appear themselves and by doing them well you’ll gain more and more respect and allow yourself even greater luxury.

Only the most profitable missions are also the most immoral. You just have to remember that working both sides of the street is very stressful, while alcohol and drugs relieve stress addiction is tough to beat.

Do you want to see how far you can go?


  • an extensive map of the city with its suburbs

  • driving mechanics and car chases

  • extensive storylines

  • access to missions from multiple locations (police computer and radio, smartphone, storylines)**

Dirty Cop Simulator on Steam



I found out about this game while looking at random people’s broadcasts. And i’m glad i got to know about it! It’s released for PS4 about 2 years back and I’m guessing they just port it to PC like a year later?..

Now that said, i’ve only decided to write a review ONLY after about 800+ hrs of gameplay.. yes; 800+ hrs i played this game and only then i’ve decided to say whether it is worth your time/ money on this. This is my in-depth review.


Real player with 3178.6 hrs in game

Disclaimer: I actually love this game, but I also love many other games and lying is possibly the dumbest thing anyone can ever do, so I’m offering you my completely honest and objective opinion about the things at hand, which comes from an experienced player and someone who plans on continuing to play this game.

Also, if you like this game, check out the “Elminage” series, “Elminage Original” and “Elminage Gothic” are on steam and you’re going to love them.


Do you play games because you want: to have a good time/you enjoy a cool story/some “fun” gameplay/like a good challenge?

Real player with 591.4 hrs in game

LET IT DIE on Steam

Santa’s Big Sack

Santa’s Big Sack

Perfect game to play at a relaxed evening during the Christmas holidays… at least if you like to read & relax, because there is no real interaction in the game. Great music in Christmas theme and also the graphics are pretty cute and nice. There are two choice nice or naughty, but not many difference when you replay the story, only a few sentences. No explicit things, but the sexual concept of this game is very unique, various and friendly…

3 hours to finish it…

Real player with 3.4 hrs in game

Would you be happy to let Santa himself “come (sic) inside?” If you answered yes, then this game might be right up your street.

The jolly intro-ho-ho

Yule log into this game as Rudy Noel, freshly hired full-grown human assistant to St Nick himself, charged with mediating disputes between elves and preventing reindeer from forming a union – although “forming unions” could be considered to be the main aim of the protagonist throughout.

After all, you may truly find a piece on earth that Santa really does jingle all the way in, or you might prefer to pa-rum pum pum pum with Mrs Claus' very own nutcracker. And let’s not forget the opportunity to exchange your chipolata for a snow-person’s carrot. Really, I’d have thought it would have been more seasonal to give the poor thing a parsnip..

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Santa's Big Sack on Steam

Love Bites

Love Bites

Hello Steam user who is wondering if this little visual novel is worth their time. I’m going to tell you right now that the answer is a sad no which is actually quite frustrating because I really wanted to like this game. It has everything I like in stories like this. It has mystery and intrigue and romance and supernatural elements to enrich the world and yet how it’s executed is like something cobbled together like a blind drunk monkey on a typewriter. Seriously, the mechanics in this game are not great. We’re not talking 1931 Scheherazade bad but they are not good and they really bogged down what could’ve been a great cheesy Halloween visual novel.

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game


+Charming love interests (Viktor especially was very cute)

+You can romance a mad scientist. I always wanted to romance a mad scientist. You can also romance a witch, a werelion and a vampire huntress, I mean come on, that’s pretty interesting.

+Some scenes were genuinely creepy. (it’s a horror game after all, so this is a good thing)

+You can choose the gender of your protagonist, I like games that give you that option.


-The side characters were used horribly. We get introduced to the protagonist’s friends in the beginning, only that they never appear again.

Real player with 9.0 hrs in game

Love Bites on Steam