11-11 Memories Retold

11-11 Memories Retold


overall, it is not a bad pick for achievement-hunters: no bugged or glitched achievements, no grind, everything is tight and simple (and achievements themselves are vary in goals), but the whole hunting is tedious. without a thoughtful detailed guide you will replay the same stages again-and-again with unskippable cutscenes. also various collectibles are hard to see because of artsy graphics. so, in a nutshell, good hunting overall, but it will be more irritating than fun

Real player with 25.2 hrs in game

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For some reason, I decided to play both “11-11 Memories Retold” and “Call of Duty: WWII” simultaneously. Now, these games might be drastically different: one is a poetic tribute to the fallen of WWI, and the other is more of a straightforward, gritty representation of WWII. But in my playthroughs, I actually found out some odd similarities between them:

  • They make you control different characters interchangeably;

  • They both have rather unnecessary flying sections;

  • They both try to educate gamers about the wars with collectables;

Real player with 24.4 hrs in game

11-11 Memories Retold on Steam

Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey

Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey

My daughter loves this game more than most of the other Disney ones she has played on Steam. The controls are very simple yet teach her some basic keyboard and mouse skills. The puzzles start out very simple and progress in a way that even a four year old can pick up without too much help, but I love how it challenges her mind. She also enjoys that she can go to the mirror and change up her hair, dresses, etc. She’s already put 15 hours into this game in just a couple of weeks and seems to always want to play it. It’s one that I also don’t mind helping her with because there are some actually fun minigames to be had.

Real player with 148.2 hrs in game

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Real player with 69.0 hrs in game

Disney Princess: Enchanted Journey on Steam

Valiant Hearts: The Great War™ / Soldats Inconnus : Mémoires de la Grande Guerre™

Valiant Hearts: The Great War™ / Soldats Inconnus : Mémoires de la Grande Guerre™

One of the best all around adventure story games released in the last few years. A mix of a beautifully composed musical score, stellar artwork, great story, impressive puzzles, and real life historical content. This game actually made me think about the collectibles and ponder the historical facts as much as I did the story at times.

Set during World War I (The Great War), Valiant Hearts gives you a look at individuals in war and how this particular group of individuals finds themselves connected. A German man married to a French woman who is forced to go back to Germany and fight. His father-in-law forced to fight for France. An American who befriends the Frenchman. A female doctor that finds herself crossing paths with all of them. Then there is Walt, the war dog, who becomes their ally, friend, and savior at times. While they all may battle for different reasons, countries, or leaders, they all care for one another. They all find ways to help one another overcome struggles, support one another in troubles, and connect to one another as humans rather than enemies.

Real player with 26.6 hrs in game

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It seems only natural that since we are in the midst of the centennial anniversary of the war that was to end all wars, a game should be released. In the gaming world, it seems that almost every war has been covered. Sadly, little to no recognition has been given to the war that launched the world into the modern age and changed how we live today. Valiant Hearts proves to be one of the first games to give a great picture of the struggles of World War I as well as a satisfying gaming experience.

In Valiant Hearts, we follow the stories of five heroes: Emile, a Frenchman; Hans, Emile’s son-in-law who is deported from France because of his German origins; Freddie, an American who volunteers and fights alongside the French in his quest for revenge; Anna, a nurse searching for her father in Belgium; and Walt, a German first aid dog that comes across the path of each of these heroes and helps any way he can. While it may seem highly coincidential how these five individuals continually come across each other’s paths, their backgrounds and motivations are very believable. The friendships that they build are genuine and felt by the players, without dialogue. Most conversations in this game are done by comic book bubbles and short distinct phrases that are spoken by the characters.

Real player with 15.1 hrs in game

Valiant Hearts: The Great War™ / Soldats Inconnus : Mémoires de la Grande Guerre™ on Steam

Disney•Pixar Cars

Disney•Pixar Cars

Great nostalgic game :)

Cars is open world and has a good number of races, minigames, and collectibles. Some of the more fun events - like chasing down the speeders - and some of the offroad races have high replayability.

It can take a while to find the location of all those stamps, and even then, getting to them is a whole other challenge. I remember for two of them you have to climb a huge mountain with its own share of difficulties and pick which stamp of the two to get. They both involve long jumps to reach them, and if you fall, you have to climb back up the mountain all over again.

Real player with 34.4 hrs in game

A great game that I enjoy. I remember playing this as a kid, and I was excited when I recently found out that it was available on Steam. This game has great races and mini-games. The controls can sometimes feel floaty and weird, but it is easy to get used to (I used a PS4 controller). The hub world, consisting of Radiator Springs, Ornament Valley, and Tailfin Pass, give you this sense of exploration. Not to mention you can hit npc cars in these hubs which can be very hilarious if you are doing this with someone watching you. You can choose a difficulty before starting Story Mode, which are Rookie, Pro, Champion, and another mode that is the most challenging that you need to unlock (I don’t know how to unlock it or the name of it). The cutscenes have original voice actors. You can also get bonus content like characters (note: unlocked characters can’t be used in Story Mode), paint jobs for characters, art, deleted cutscenes, and other videos, but you need to pay with points you receive in-game. The characters you unlock can only be used in Arcade and Multiplayer. Arcade is where you can choose a character and paint job and choose any mini-game or race that you have unlocked while playing in Story Mode. Multiplayer is basically just Arcade but with multiplayer. Multiplayer is split screen, and there is no online play. The only downfall is the sometimes floaty and weird controls that can take some getting used to and the difficulty that keeps on switching from easy to difficult, then back to easy and cycle repeats. Overall, it is a great game that anyone can enjoy, and I am more than happy to call it one of my favorite racing games.

Real player with 30.4 hrs in game

Disney•Pixar Cars on Steam

1917 - The Alien Invasion DX

1917 - The Alien Invasion DX


As of December, 1917: The Alien Invasion has been replaced with a “DX” version that includes 3 additional levels and bosses, 3 new planes with distinct properties, and a whole ton of graphical and audio updates.

It’s 1917 and aliens have invaded earth. As Dr. Brunhield Stahlmüller, you must use your rocket-powered Tri-Plane to take the fight back to the aliens.

The game follows a pretty typical Shoot ‘Em Up model over the course of eight levels: You’ll encounter wings of smaller fighters, larger and slower opponents, stationary ground targets, and obstacles that instakill on collision. Bosses float around and spam “bullethell” patterns. You can pick up power-ups that upgrade your weapons and shields. If you have any experience with Shoot ‘Em Ups (and I’m by no means an expert) you’ll recognize the most of the mechanics right away.

Real player with 21.5 hrs in game

It’s not particularly hard. Beatable by most non-casual gamers. Very interesting because of the bizarre but fitting art style. The game is short, so even if it’s not an amazing title, it still is very much worth the 20~30 minutes you’re going to spend on it.

Some of the background particles visually mix themselves with gameplay elements, causing unnecessary visual confusion. I feel like the game would feel much smoother if those effects didn’t feel like they’re only getting in your way instead of beautifying the scenarios.

Real player with 4.1 hrs in game

1917 - The Alien Invasion DX on Steam

Boom Island

Boom Island

It’s a good game like it play it to con a half hours, so I guess it’s good enough just wish I could fix a few things on it, but it is a good game with good change. The music a little bit. And maybe the sunset

Real player with 2.4 hrs in game

Overall fun and interesting game. A bit rough on the edges, but is just some good all fun for the price your getting around an hour of gameplay. Overall feel of game is quite on point and music goes along nicely. Pretty entertaining game 7/10

Real player with 2.0 hrs in game

Boom Island on Steam

Battlefield 1 ™

Battlefield 1 ™

-Feels like WW1!

-You can blow a whistle and charge, how cool is that!

-No cringe customizations or character lines

-10/10 atmosphere

-10/10 Sound Design

-Great maps


-Makes you feel like the enemy is formidable

-Elite classes and Behemoths are badass

Real player with 258.8 hrs in game

Best battlefield game up to date. Immersion is top of the roof with some decent campaigns.

If you want to play multiplayer, make sure you dont use “quick match” and try server browser instead. In there, don’t use official DICE servers as they’re often filled with hackers. Try out community servers where admins are active and players are good and u get close, fun games.

Real player with 210.3 hrs in game

Battlefield 1 ™ on Steam

I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin’ Good Dating Simulator

I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin’ Good Dating Simulator

This game, in a mere 100 hours, has taken everything from me…

I have sacrificed everything I know and love, just to look at that colonel smile.

My wife left me with full custody of the kids. My parents no longer talk to me. Im a mere month away from being

Evicted by my landlord. Ive stopped working, just to play this game. This game has ruined my life, but still, I love it. That sweet sweet colonel. The story is Immersive, and a roller coaster of emotions to play through. Ever since helen left me, this has been the one thing that I still find love in. This game shields me from the cold that is this planet. More importantly, the colonel protects me from the world. The sweet colonel. I never needed helen. All I need is right here, flexing his big muscles, making his next exquisite dish, and being the man I always craved.

Real player with 256.6 hrs in game

With stage 5 terminal cancer, the doctors told me it couldn’t be cured. I seen this game come up on my recommended list. I thought to myself “With only hours left to live, I might as well spend my time doing something I enjoy” Starting the game I was filled with immediate joy. The characters were absolutely lovable. The story line has the depth that can only be rivalled by very few AAA titles out there. Every click left me guessing “What’s going to happen next?” and “Will I get to try another one of the Colonels chicken wings of pure ecstasy?” Before I knew it, I was in the kitchen, cooking with the Colonel, helping him create Nan’s potato and gravy. It was absolute bliss!

Real player with 10.8 hrs in game

I Love You, Colonel Sanders! A Finger Lickin’ Good Dating Simulator on Steam

Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3: The Video Game

Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3: The Video Game

Don’t get me wrong, this game is brilliant, having a blast with my brother playing back on old nostalgic levels and enjoying ourselves like the good old days. Sadly, this version is not as good as it was on Xbox 360, half the stuff from the original is not present in this. It really grinds my gears when the toy box mode, which was multiplayer on Xbox 360, is no longer multiplayer anymore, I’ve even spent hours on trying to figure out if I’m missing something, trying to verify the game multiple times.

Real player with 11.9 hrs in game

I didn’t want it to be true but it is.. and I’m saying this as a BIG Toy Story fan (also a lot of childhood memories). =(

This is a very disappointing port of a “console to computer” game!

IF the game should work (which it only did once at the first time I started) you’ll see that the graphic quality from the console-version is not being carried over into the PC-version (bad to no shading and missing face animations) and I’m not sure if it’s the port/pc-version or the fact that I have the german language setting but none of the charakters make the slightest noise or say a sentence during the levels/gameplay.

Real player with 10.6 hrs in game

Disney•Pixar Toy Story 3: The Video Game on Steam

Victoria II

Victoria II

“Ugh… What could’ve been… Praise KEK that I at least have my videogames to live out my epic power fantasies”

Real player with 1707.9 hrs in game

Really fun game once you get the hang of it, and If you ever get bored of the base vanilla content, there’s so much creative and fun community mods that gives the game infinite replayability

Real player with 1442.6 hrs in game

Victoria II on Steam