Early Access games have had a bad rep recently, and it is no surprise with some of the garbage that is floating around, but The Nightmare Cooperative singlehandedly restores our faith in the initiative
In The Forest, you play as a plane crash victim whose son has been kidnapped by naked cannibals. So your first course of action should be to eat some berries and construct a shelter, like The Swiss Family Robinson except with cannibals instead of Christian values.
Precision platforming has always had an unstable relationship with the first person, as Ms.Platformer complains about Mr.FPS’ lack of feet, to which he retorts about how difficult it is to please her.
Always Sometimes Monsters is an RPG of a different type that puts the spotlight on the dank and depressing nature of real life.
With Minecraft-esque building mechanics and massive amounts of space to explore, ship to ship combat and online multiplayer; being an engineer has never been so rewarding.
The Last Tinker: City of Colors is an over-saturated color laden spectacle that delights the eyes and tickles your inner child.
Early access is a plague rapidly spreading it’s way throughout gaming. We remember the days when you could skim through steam and be guaranteed that almost any game you clicked on would be decent and worth the price. Now it’s getting harder to find one that’s even finished!
Fight the dragon understands this and focuses on giving you endless amounts of locations to chop and burn foes and solve puzzles. The only cure for alcoholism is more alcohol after all!
Wizards and Dragons and all types of fantastic beasts await you in this ambitious and fun turn based strategy game.
Over-sized props are where the similarities to Micro Machines end though as the setting is mostly superfluous to what is essentially a Kart racer.