We found a good one! We found a good game among Steam Direct’s trash heap! Steam store page: http://store.steampowered.com/app/577280/SCALPERS_Turtle__the_Moonshine_Gang/ (Excuse the slightly inferior audio on my voice. Had to use backup audio due to something I explain late in the video)
The Nintendo Switch is becoming the indie platform of choice while Steam Direct has turned Valve’s storefront into a choked mess where games go to fail. Source article: http://www.gameinformer.com/b/news/archive/2018/03/16/blossom-tales-developers-avoid-closing-thanks-to-switch-sales-after-poor-steam-showing.aspx Source image for Steam releases: https://u.cubeupload.com/0TCFhm.jpg
Steam is Bullet Club. I mean, Steam is fine…
This game was actually better when it was an empty folder.
Steam still finds a way to surprise me sometimes. Not always for the best. Oh, and I spelled the game’s name correctly in the video title. The zombie is genuinely “gigant.”
Once you get past the fact it’s a ghastly visual nightmare with lots of flickering imagery, you find… not a good game.
Source: https://www.clickerheroes2.com/patent_trolls.php Patent trolls are especially despicable, to the point where I’d probably celebrate even Activision Blizzard putting one down. Targeting smaller developers and offering them glorified blackmail options is their stock and trade though, and here we see GTX Corp trying to give Playsaurus some classic shakedown treatment.
http://www.waytothewoodsgame.com/ All of the lights will guide you to the woods. Coming early 2019 to PC and Console. a video game developed by anthony tan http://eepurl.com/dmIngv i just bought the site url http://waytothewoodsgame.com/ and it doesn’t work right now but google tells me that in 72 hours it should be up and running. it just…
This is already easily in the running for one of 2018’s worst game. Woefully inadequate nonsense.
A fun little Game Boy inspired throwback. Good enough for a store link: http://store.steampowered.com/app/799510/Squidlit/
From the genius behind Go Kart Survival comes this awful, awful thing.
Super Seducer creator and creepy man Richard La Ruina has a very fragile sense of masculinity, issuing fraudulent DMCA takedowns in order to prove his manhood. Oh yes… this is an amazing little tale.