Hijacker Jack : ARCADE FMV

Hijacker Jack : ARCADE FMV

An interesting take on the FMV genre, instead of point n' click type FMV games. (it is still)

It is a pretty decent enough game, but could be better.

Edit : They’ve lowered the price, so in this state, I recommend it.

(This is not a VR game, whoever did tagged that is a dummy.)

My analysis (serious one) :

Controls are confusing, I prefer this control scheme on mobile, but not here.

Pretty impressive for such a low budget project. (atleast better than Stay Dead lol)

But a small nitpick when it comes to the fighting system, the combat system is fine if its actually video game graphics but no, this is a film. The thing is, to progress in the fight scene (I’m talking about the guy in Jasmine’s house), you have to do a specific action, which makes the fight frustrating (especially if you have no hints enabled) because it’s repeating the same thing if you fail to do that specific action.

Real player with 14.7 hrs in game

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I can absolutely recommend this game, a couple of hours of fun for 5 EUR. I played with the Android version earlier, but it’s a much better experience on PC. (improved video quality and controls)

The gameplay is smooth and the action scenes are amazing :)

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

Hijacker Jack : ARCADE FMV on Steam



While not as intricate and complex as the Eye of the Beholder series, nor as vast and grandiose as the Might and Magic series, Stonekeep is surely a great addition to the dungeon-crawler genre.

The motion capture technique still gives a little something extra to the game’s visuals.

Music is on point and follows accordingly.Nothing great but it sets the mood.However, there are some singing faeries midgame that will definitely make your day :)

This game does suffer from a couple of bugs that may halt your progress.So be sure to keep a different save at the start of every level.(You should be doing that anyway)

Real player with 37.0 hrs in game

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One of the best entries in a classic genre that has only recently seen a revival thanks to titles like Legend of Grimrock, and a piece of PC gaming history as one of the first titles to offer support for Windows ‘95.

Stonekeep offers everything one expects from a classic first-person, grid-based action RPG and more. The setting is interesting and well-fleshed out. The cast is full of wonderful and diverse characters – fully voice-acted, quite possibly a first for the genre. There’s even a nice recipe for muffins hidden in the game’s data files.

Real player with 33.7 hrs in game

Stonekeep on Steam



Nice game with command and conquer vibes. Surely needs some polishing but already in early access I had some fun with the coop-campaign. The assets for the troops and the buildings look very good,the maps should be a little more detailed. Also it would be great to be able to sell units - especially when the raffinery is destroyed and you need money to buy another one.

Real player with 0.6 hrs in game

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It has a similar feeling to c&c

Real player with 0.3 hrs in game


Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3

Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3

Best RTS on Steam!


+Nice graphics that still look mighty fine even after all the years

+Energizing soundtrack that changes according to the battlefield situation

+Reworked and well thought-out resource system that promotes base expansion

+All the factions are all fundamentally unique and don’t have a single similiar unit

+Really good in-game voice acting

+Clear and understandable interface

+Co-op campaign!

+Action-packed battles that require both macromanagement and microcontrol!

+Gamechanging unit abilities! Not a single ability is truly useless

Real player with 598.8 hrs in game

Red Alert 3, for the first time in C&C history, featured a full coop campaign for all three factions. The Red Alert Spin-Off of C&C always was my favourite setting and Red Alert 3 didn’t receive the critical acclaim and fanbase it actually deserved. It played exactly like Red Alert 2, which personally is still my all time favourite C&C game right after C&C Generals.

The FMV scenes were cheezy as always and George Takeii did a brilliant job just playing himself in a samurai robe.

I have many fond memores for Red Alert and it still plays marvellous today.

Real player with 65.9 hrs in game

Command & Conquer: Red Alert 3 on Steam