Bring Death

Bring Death

Revenge your loved ones - No matter what it takes, and no matter how much suffering you have to inflict!

  • Travel the lands, to gather units and resources

  • Build an army strong enough to defeat your enemies

  • Tactical turn-based strategy

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Bring Death on Steam

Lords of the Darkreign

Lords of the Darkreign

Fight the Sunless Tide!

The light of the sun has not graced the Karavi lands in two centuries. Blighted by the Darkreign storm, three factions now vie for control of the Karavi throne, willing to slaughter all who oppose them. Meanwhile, the vile branded gnaw at the edges of their territory, ready to usher in an age of darkness that will last forever! Hundreds of lords prepare their hosts for battle, as the winds above roar across the lands!

Take Command!

As a lord of one of the warring realms, you can recruit soldiers to your cause, who will spill their blood to advance your ambitions! For each victory you attain, your prestige grows, allowing you to demand more funds from your throne. But beware, for defeat will dull your position of power, and too many failures will see you dead amongst your soldiers!

Show no mercy!

Your enemies also field lords to advance their plans, both to defend their claims and to expand their territory. Just as lords weaken with each defeat, their realm also fades as their armies shrink in power. Push every advantage, and leave your enemies reeling, unable to defend. Press onwards to their capital city, and claim it as your own to cut off all reinforcements to their remaining forces!

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Lords of the Darkreign on Steam



Descent into Madness: Jump between exploring the Mist of the real world and fighting within the enigmatic Otherworld. Call upon allies, fight enemies, and unravel the mysteries surrounding your academy. Will you save the world or go mad and destroy yourself?

Into The Mist and Beyond: Dive into a dark realm where reality and the self collide. The mysterious worlds you’ll explore are brought to life in a surreal, dark neo-fantasy style, with intricate character designs and evocative settings.

Power of the Ego: Strengthen your Ego and customize the appearance and abilities of your Fiends. Unlock different Fiends to command in battle, and use the freeform tactical system to position your units and unleash destruction upon your enemies.


How far will you go to save the ones you love? Could you face the threats that surround you? Could you face yourself?

Your world is plunged into madness when the mysterious and deadly Mist surrounds Shin Mikado Academy. In order to save your friends, you enter the Otherworld, a Daemon-filled dimension beyond the real world. Within this enigmatic realm, you must learn to harness your Authority of Vanity and conjure a battalion of Fiends, whose power comes from the Ego of their master.

Develop your Ego through various psychological tests to enhance the power of your Fiends, and lead your forces into battle to fight with and against the seven “Pactbearers” that are corrupting the academy. Embrace the power of your madness to gain strength, but take care not to delve too far, lest you risk losing yourself. Fellow students and instructors will lend you their aid in your quest to resolve the anomalies throughout the campus.

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MONARK on Steam

The 8 Sins: New Hell Order

The 8 Sins: New Hell Order

Seems like a great game, but i found it very confusing.

Real player with 0.1 hrs in game

The 8 Sins: New Hell Order on Steam

Westmark Legacy

Westmark Legacy

Herbert is the only living relative of the Westmark line. He set out to find what happened to the family and investigate the peculiar disappearances around the town of Burrmouth.

This gothic horror RPG adventure game inspired by The formidable H.P. Lovecraft, returns with a twist! Take the exploration out on the dark and twisted roads along the world map accompanied by deck building card game mechanics for encounters surrounded by mystery and the occult.

Collect clues and solve mysteries along the way that will challenge even the sharpest minds. Where will your unhinged journey take you in the cosmic horror exploration!

Prepare your mind and wits for the insanity that’s about to unfold!

Westmark Legacy on Steam

Demonpact: Clarice

Demonpact: Clarice

After having allegedly consumed most of the content in the game, I’ve decided to write the review this game deserves.

I will start with my initial impression and its evolution;

I was very unfamiliar with Goiaba’s business as a whole previously, only knowing them through a friend of a friend kind of deal, and while I can appreciate the art, the trailer and screenshots of the game don’t do it justice.

Even in the first few minutes of the game, the situation presented makes me think I’m getting into some early 2000s highschool furry webcomic situation based on the first 3 characters presented and how they talk.

Real player with 20.1 hrs in game

A very well made furry RPGmaker brazillian game. I’m pretty amazed it was free, taking into account how much content there is to explore. No grind too which is always nice. There’s a lot of secrets and easter eggs to dig, I have spent like fourteen hours and didn’t find everything yet!

The game does carries some heavy serious stuff plus some edgy and saucy jokes, but do check it out if that doesn’t bother you. For me it was an enjoyable experience.

Real player with 15.2 hrs in game

Demonpact: Clarice on Steam



Hell Review

Published by Slitherine, its no surprise that Hell is a highly addictive turn-based strategy game that offers challenging gameplay for even the most battle-tested tacticians among us. Still, the game manages to offer an inviting platform for beginners, complete with a helpful tutorial and an in-depth game manual. Moreover, it is a “skirmish” style of strategic warfare, meaning that the game skips the often tedious and mind-boggling affairs found in grand strategy games and thrusts players right into the action. By doing so, the game is easier for newcomers to the genre to catch on and since combat is the central focal point, more effort and development has been put into the tactical aspect of it and the results are impressive.

Real player with 25.1 hrs in game

Story is cliche, and text certainly has its share of spelling errors, but it seemed simple to play and a fun way to pass time. Art is decent (kind of like Warcraft, cartoonish), and relatively easy to figure out. A manual would have been nice, but most nowadays don’t provide more than the basics anyway, certainly little in the way of tactics or strategy. Didn’t find a manual for this game, but didn’t find one, just tutorials. A couple other points: Your units gain experience and level up…but that doesn’t seem to carry over from one battle to another (you have to start from scratch each battle). Also, in the later battles you’re able to choose some of the units you can bring in with you, but your choice is quite limited. For example, in some battles you get longbowmen, but others only crossbowmen. Or if you get longbowmen, you can only take two perhaps. I’m guessing this is the way the game designers ensure the game stayed balanced.

Real player with 21.6 hrs in game

Hell on Steam

Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster

Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster

SMT 3 Full Save Progression (COMPLETE)

True Demon Ending : Complete (Hard / Chronicles / 18/06/21)

Freedom Ending : Complete (Hard / Maniax / 20/07/21)

Yosuga Ending : Complete (Hard / Vanilla / 02/08/21)

Musubi Ending : Complete (Hard / Chronicles / 01/11/21)

Shijima Ending : Complete (Hard / Vanilla / 18/08/21)

Neutral Ending : Complete (Hard / Maniax / 04/10/21)

Compendium: 100%

Puzzle Boy Completions: 6

Mot Deaths: 3

Extra Press Turn: Complete

Real player with 357.9 hrs in game

It’s an old game but still a great game, never gets bored of the gameplay and stories, bought the deluxe during the autumn sale 50% discount. The new HD graphic looks good, main characters and some mobs now have voice acting, also now we can choose skills we need when fusing demons which is convenient. It was a pain and time-consuming before on PS2 that we had to keep shuffling until we get at least some okay skills. Hey Atlus, I wish you guys add Persona 5 Royal on PC too, yearning for that game so badly since a lot of us are unable to get a console.

Real player with 129.9 hrs in game

Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD Remaster on Steam

Ancient Frontier

Ancient Frontier

The voice acting and storyline start off really really bad. But like a fungus it grows on you and now I’m quite liking it. I had originally complained of it being awful, but a few missions in, the dialogue between missions starts making sense in the style it’s presented and after a while it comes into it’s own and you start to appreciate these characters making the journey with you.

Botom line it’s pretty fun. There’s plenty of RPG elements, battle damage and mission consequences carry over from one mission to the next and there’s a nice tech tree and progression for all things from ships to ship components to crew. I’m enjoying the ways I can use a few ships with tech and crew or just a large fleet to go about my missions. There’s a lot of random elements that can happen so there’s replayability too. You can go about the campaign mission a second time using different ships, techs and strategies and there looks to be a few unique mission choices that you can do differently.

Real player with 79.0 hrs in game

Turn-based tactical goodness… in SPACE!

For a game out of nowhere, Ancient Frontier offered me a highly pleasant surprise. Good turn-based tactical games are not overly abundant to start with, so I decided to bite the bullet and buy on a whim. Something I rarely do, but boy am I glad to have done so.

The game is all about the tactical missions. There are two main campaigns, which apparnetly can take around 100 hours to play through. No multiplayer or skirmish mode.

Missions bring you varying quantity of one of the three main resources (“material,” “fuel,” and “research”). The first allows is used to buy new ships or components and repair battle damage. Aside from being required as well to purchase new ships, the second resource is an all-important balancing mechanism. Since each ship class (and modifier components) alter the cost of deployment for each mission. Take too many expensive ships too often on missions, and you will run out… which will probably end your playthrough. The last allows investing in upgrades to each ship class, or to research new and more efficient modifier components.

Real player with 66.3 hrs in game

Ancient Frontier on Steam



So I found this game in my qeue (a bit by surprise). And since I really like political-sim and strategy games, I decided to give it a try. Yes, it is really early access but under it’s surface is a good strategy game. You have to constantly run polls and ads, so you win over a state on several topics. But at the same time keep an eye on your money. First few turns took a bit of figuring out what to do, but after that I found the perfect strategy. Won my first game fairly easy with 430 - 108 electoral votes. I do hope they add more elements so there’s more gameplay.

Real player with 6.5 hrs in game

Good game in development. A bit pricy for the state it is currently in now, but I trust that as updates come out and it leaves Early Access, the game will be higher quality. Definitley a good game if you’re into political stragety.

Real player with 3.8 hrs in game

Electioneering on Steam