NASCAR 2013 does plenty to redeem itself from the negative pre-conceptions of the sport, but only if you give it the chance to.
Thanks to the steam sale, I recieved the game as a gift. I decided to stream myself playing it for the first time after trying the heart surgery.
I have spent hours on a single level, repeating the mantra of “just one more time” in vain as I fail yet again to best my previous score.
I’m sure a lot of you have heard of the hit anime/manga Attack on Titan. Well, even if you haven’t, this game is quite interesting. In essence, you play a human trying to kill titans. The only way to kill them is by hitting the weak spot on the back of their neck. To do this, you have two grappling hooks which allow you to traverse the terrain and titans.
In its current (demo) state, SpinTires is fun to mess around in, but with planned updates that will essentially turn the game into off-road Eurotruck Simulator with better physics.
A great blend of game and simulation, State of Decay finds its balance somewhere in the middle and benefits from it.
Super House of Dead Ninjas does well in realising its strong points and what will keep people coming back to play again.
Enough about all that, the xenos are here! We’ve spotted a UFO and now we must react. Some birds have been sent out to intercept it, but the UFO is flying over water and we’d lose any salvage if we dropped it out of the sky here. There’s only one thing for it. Using some modernised options that have been implemented in Xenonauts, it’s possible to tell your planes to tail the UFO until it flies over land, meaning you can swoop in for the salvage when it’s grounded. But before you can get your hands on that xenos technology, you better be prepared to deal with any surviving xenos. A select squadron of Earth’s finest have been sent in for the job and they mean business. Armed with the best Earth has to offer, will it be enough to get the tech and get out alive?
Defender’s Quest is a quality title that has seen a lot of love and care, it comes highly recommended.
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