I’m really looking forward to Loop Hero, a roguelike deck-builder. You don’t directly control the hero, but instead, build out the map the hero loops around. The hero moves along the path automatically, monsters spawn, the hero kills and loots them, repeat forever. There’s no release date yet announced for the game, just a general… Continue reading Looking Forward to Loop Hero
Skul is a brand new pixel-art side-scrolling rogue-lite that’s out on Steam now. It has a premise where you can switch out Skul’s skull to change out the character’s class. From what I’ve seen so far, there’s a pretty large number of skull-types, so there’s a lot of variety in the gameplay. Add to that… Continue reading Check Out Skul
It has been confirmed today that Borderlands will be released for download on Steam. Steve Gibson of Gearbox also noted some additional details about the PC version of the game. First, the PC graphics will be the best out of all versions of the game (provided your computer can handle turning the graphics all the… Continue reading Borderlands Will Be Available On Steam, Have Additional Features
Lucasarts has released a number of their older titles for both Steam and Direct2Drive. They packaged the games together, one package containing Jedi Knight series, the other package having a few of their classic adventure games. Direct2Drive adventure game pack contains The Dig, Fate of Atlantis, Last Crusade and Loom for $9.95, and the Jedi… Continue reading Lucasarts Classics Out On Steam And Direct2Drive
If my computer didn’t suck, and I didn’t already own a lot of the games, I’d totally buy Valve Complete Pack, which is available through Steam here and includes Left 4 Dead. Left 4 Dead is what, $54 anyway? Might as well get a ton of other games for a couple bucks more.