Agent Intercept

Agent Intercept

For being an expanded port of “just” a mobile game, this one’s great.

My only two complaints are irregular, but severe crashes and the fact that the campaign is rather short.

Though, regarding the latter, Score-Hunters will still have plenty of fun with the arcade mode.

Real player with 17.1 hrs in game

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This is a really fun game. It has striking character design, engaging gameplay, and a funky soundtrack. The story and dialogue can be goofy but that’s not a bug, it’s a feature.

Incidentally, I have not encountered any bugs.

Real player with 5.3 hrs in game

Agent Intercept on Steam

Frog Space

Frog Space


Real player with 54.4 hrs in game

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Frog Space on Steam

Torqued Up Legends

Torqued Up Legends

A small indie studio takes a first glance into racing games with the support of car aficionados. Torqued up is an interesting take on a cross between arcade and sim racing, trying to find a balance that is both fun and interesting. The cars/environments are well put together and promising, and the interaction between lifted offroad vehicles utilizing shortcuts, and high performance street vehicles is a nice change of pace. The bidding vs other racers, while needing a bit of polish, really ups the stakes for the races. Multiplayer games are hard to find, and is best served with your friends/discord server for now.

Real player with 37.0 hrs in game

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this game is a blast to play, alot of great features and fun cosmetics,

nice to see upcoming features, cars/trucks on the horizon

fun to play with controller or keyboard

graphics arent to bad and the racing mechanics are great,

only thing i would say could be added would be more realistic damage over time features, even if its just cosmetic.

and having a multiplayer server which cant be full filled with bots could be fun too (unsure if it is implemented yet or not as havent been able to find enough for multiplayer. )

Real player with 19.3 hrs in game

Torqued Up Legends on Steam

Saints Row®: The Third™ Remastered

Saints Row®: The Third™ Remastered

If you own the Original 2011 version, play that instead. Install mods to keep the experience fresh. If you don’t own the Original, go buy it instead of this Remastered.

Much of the bugs from the Original is still there and they even introduce new ones.

The game looks beautiful sometimes, but they messed up the colors when you customizing cars or buying new clothes. Some characters don’t look as good, especially Johnny Gat and your own character The Boss. Since they only change the textures on your character, your own character is the only one looking out of place while other characters now looking realistic and you still look a bit cartoony sometimes.

Real player with 51.8 hrs in game

Average experience at best. Whole game felt less consistent and more buggy than the original. The “remastered” aspect of the game does not really shine through anywhere, except for improved lighting that makes for shinier screenshots. Needs a couple to tweaks to properly run on modern hardware because it’ll fall apart otherwise.

If you played the original, leave it at that or get that to run, the remaster is not worth buying for you.

If you have not yet played the original and really want this game, you may as well get the remaster, but expect some hassle in order to actually play the game.

Real player with 37.8 hrs in game

Saints Row®: The Third™ Remastered on Steam