Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi

Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi

Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi is the sort of game that feels like it’s flying apart as you play. It’s an authentically janky experience, filled with rough visuals, rough AI, and rough edges of all sorts… but a surprisingly playable, unique, charming, and fun “janky experience.”

At heart it’s actually a fairly simple FPS–traditional, even, with its backtracking and weapon inventory and twitchy gunplay. You’re tasked with exploring a pseudo-random castle to rescue various family members and deal with the local vampire population. “Deal with” in this case meaning “slaughter.”

Real player with 13.4 hrs in game

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In the endless search for quality in the bargain bin of the Steam catalog, there lies a special category for games that many have purchased on a whim, but never played. These tend to be older games, created under time crunches or by small studios. They became either punching bags for being mediocre crap, or things that are actually worth talking about, but fly under the radar because everyone’s backlogs are constantly filled with superior products purchased on sale. It’s a shame, as Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi is an interesting experience that provides quite a bit of bang for the buck (or 3, if you’re not getting it on sale.)

Real player with 9.8 hrs in game

Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi on Steam



The time has come, vampires are ready to come out of the shadows and open the Pandora’s box to let the ancient evil out. But humanity decides to fight back. So be it, the war to the last breath.

Now the saving of the World is in your hands. Learn how to defeat the genetically modified creatures from another dimension. Use your superpowers and a rich arsenal of weapons and decide the fate of humanity in the battle with the squads of vampires and their leader!

Now it is you to decide how our history will turn out.


Two skill branches: take control of the vampire mutation or improve your hardware with new updates;

The course of events depends on your own choice (you can join any of the opposing sides);

Enhanced AI opponents, which makes battles even more interesting and dynamic.

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Dixotomia on Steam

Eternal Evil Prologue

Eternal Evil Prologue

Eternal Evil Prologue is a demo for an unreleased/may never be released FPS adventure/zombie game that seems to have been slapped together by flipping a template from the venerable Unreal Engine.

While this is free, it’s not a game, it’s a demo, that was misleadingly published on Steam without being flagged as a demo. This is a common mistake.

As far as demos go, it shows promise as it’s copied from a reasonably good template set for Unreal. However, it’s buggy and largely unplayable despite the nice framework and art that copying assets from the Unreal store provides.

Real player with 6.0 hrs in game

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The game is GREAT but assuming you have a good machine to run it.

Played on my old PC and it was terrible, very long loading times, 10-15mins, and there are loading screens between different maps. Add to this very low fps, super laggy on medium settings and it becomes basically unplayable,

But I really wanted to play it after watching one walkthrough, the youtuber had a lot of fun and he didn’t have these issues.

So I tried Eternal Evil on a more powerful machine and it was a completely different story!

Real player with 2.8 hrs in game

Eternal Evil Prologue on Steam

Slayer Shock

Slayer Shock

First, I owe the developer an apology.

I’ve wanted Slayer Shock for a long time, but the $20 pricetag and the very mixed reviews kept me away. Then it went on sale for $9 and I bought it. I didn’t like it very much, mostly for the reasons listed in other reviews (Does the stealth even work? The spawning). After an hour of playing, I decided it wasn’t worth a $9 bitching from the wife and I refunded it. I’ve never refunded a Steam game before, and I think I’ve been on Steam for around 15 years.

Real player with 28.3 hrs in game

So this review is likely to be long. But before I begin I want you to do something. Type the word “vampire” into the search engine for Steam and see how many games come up. Now, assuming you’re a hardcore turbonerd like me, count how many -good- games there are that don’t start with the words “Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines”. Unless something changes in the near future the number of games is likely to be close to maybe either one or zero.

Now that you’ve done that, try counting how many games are basically a procedurally generated Buffy the Vampire simulator. Betcha you’re only going to see one! Seriously, that alone makes the game worth it’s weight in gold. The concept is unique enough that the nostalgia factor might be worth it to some people.

Real player with 11.1 hrs in game

Slayer Shock on Steam



This is a difficult game to review… one of the most difficult I must say. On one point the game is awesome and briliant that you want to shout out: ‘PEOPLE PLAY THIS GAME IT IS AWESOME!’ and at the same time there are things about this game that are utterly garbage and stupid that make you wanna scream warnings: ‘STAY AWAY FROM THIS’

This game is hard to get into and easy to bounce off and never try it again. Let me go into some details… the begining is horrible, this aint no Call of Duty shooter that is for sure so people who are rather utter amateurs of this genre will most likely say: this game is f*cked up and unistal, but I am used to difficult FPS games so I just went through it. It gets a bit better later but not perfect and the know how to do stuff in this game aka tutorial is almost non existent which is very bad cause this game has some interesting mechanics that arent typicaly find in most FPS out there.

Real player with 18.6 hrs in game

This is a Polish FPS game made in 2009 by The Farm 51. When I first saw the trailer I got the vide of a movie called Deathwatch, which is also based in the WWI, like this game. I thought this game is about horror of war with some monsters in it, and I didn’t know then, this is just the beginning.

The story is about an american soldier named Simon in the British Army, fighting against the Germans. One day when he and his platoon attacked the enemy, they got ambushed by them, and he had to flee. Soon he got saved by another British soldier, but the soldier tells him, that the dead rised up, and other horrible things came up to the Earth. Also the soldier didn’t let in Simon’s soldiers, because of this they get into a fight and our hero wins, and also he founds out that the solider said the truth what is happening, and now Simon wants to leave the battlefield.

Real player with 18.4 hrs in game

NecroVision on Steam

Dangerous Lands

Dangerous Lands

I liked the game, great soundtrack, good graphics, a lot of different weapons.

Real player with 2.1 hrs in game

Dangerous Lands on Steam

Eternal Evil

Eternal Evil

An apocalyptic event is destroying a small town. Its citizens are turning into bloodthirsty ghouls, attacking the remaining humans, who are hopelessly trying to survive. The situation is dire, but maybe you can turn it around. Uncover what or who caused it and why. To accomplish this, you will have to use firearms, carefully inspect objects and notes, explore the surroundings and solve puzzles.

Eternal Evil is a classical survival-horror game with first-person perspective that offers:

  • Dark atmosphere with blood and gore

  • Intriguing story

  • Variety of firearms

  • Realistic shooting

  • Challenging puzzles

  • Evolving enemies

  • 3 levels of difficulty

  • Old school survival-horror experience

  • Diverse locations

  • ~15-30 hours to finish this game

  • Inventory management

  • Physics-based damage system and enemy dismemberment.

Mature Content Description

This Game contains content not appropriate for all ages, or may not be appropriate for viewing at work: Frequent Violence or Gore, General Mature Content and Occasional Nudity.

Eternal Evil on Steam

Diluvian Ultra

Diluvian Ultra

In Diluvian Ultra you play as Atilla, an undead king that is awakened in deep space, aboard his tomb, ship by an invasion of unknown enemies. He must fight to prevent them from stealing his most sacred object: The Book of Life. Without the book, Attila’s order can’t revive the long-dead human species.

The spaceship is a living combination of flesh and stone, teeming with creatures created to serve a purpose aboard the ship. Even the doors are alive.

Diluvian Ultra is built around a damage system where you have to combine weapons to be effective. Armor negates most damage, but some weapons are designed to damage only the armor itself, setting the victim up for a lethal blow. The player has to be careful, as enemies will combine their attacks in the same way. Armor damage cannot kill you, but take too much and a single well-placed lethal attack will kill you in one hit.

Combat in Diluvian Ultra is all about mobility. Dodge enemy fire, while you chain together ranged attacks with close combat blows and devastating ground slams to interrupt and stun your enemies.

The weapons range from living insect guns, to plasma spewing shotguns. Each has a unique special reload function, like healing armor damage or turning the magazine into a grenade.

Diluvian Ultra on Steam

Rabbit Riot

Rabbit Riot

A first-person horror puzzle game with a rabbit in the title role.

  • Interesting combination of genres, fascinating game world, price. - gloomy and no multiplayer

in general I recommend!

Real player with 14.5 hrs in game

A typical representative of runner gaming, but with its own features, namely the first-person view, we are in the skin of a rabbit, and the most fun thing is that you don’t get tired of what is happening on the screen, when I last tried to play runner on the phone, I had enough for a maximum of 30 minutes…

Real player with 5.7 hrs in game

Rabbit Riot on Steam

Wanted in Hell

Wanted in Hell

Wanted in Hell™

Rumors of a hellish creature terrorizing the frontier have spread to every saloon West of the Mississippi. Grab a gun and saddle to join the hunt or become the beast for a wild west monster hunt game like no other.

Wanted in Hell™ is developed in Unreal Engine 4 and currently in pre-alpha testing.


Multiple Play Styles

Turn in monster heads for bounties as a Hunter.

Haunt the lands and attempt to return to the land of the living as a Ghost.

Terrorize hunters and slay innocents as a Monster.

Randomized Environment

Every match you play of Wanted in Hell™ is different. In addition to randomized loot found in most battle royale games, entire buildings and environment areas are randomized. You will ride into the hunt aboard a steam engine train with randomized train tracks and disembark at the Terminus; a 4x4KM map that has four distinct biomes including desert, snow, canyon, and forest as dusk turn to night. Be prepared for every match to be just different enough to keep you on your toes.

Wild West Gunplay

Wield the legendary weapons of the wild west to face off against player-controlled hunters and monsters. These old gunpowder weapons have limited ammo and there’s no automatic fire. You will need to carefully time your shots to outplay your enemies with simulated physics projectiles that can ricochet off metal and penetrate wood. Ride to victory on over 30 breeds of horses with unique appearances and statistics in skill based mounted combat.

In Match Leveling System

Fortune favors the bold and hiding won’t help you. As a Hunter, you start at level 0 in every match. Reap the rewards of a stone cold killer by improving your stats and unlocking unique abilities to stand toe-to-toe with the monster and live to tell the tale.

Character Customization

The hunt has attracted folk from all walks of life. Stand out from the rest by customizing your Hunter with over one million face, body, and hair combinations. Dress to tell your story with a modular clothing and dye system featuring signature styles of the old west including lawmen, outlaws, cavalry, native American, and more.

Wanted in Hell on Steam