You play as either Gabriel or Lyria, cursed knights from the Far East who are fighting to save the Lands of Exilia from invading samurai and hideous monsters. Each boss you defeat will earn them a power-up that will let them take on the next set of challenges, but that won’t make things easy. Two additional game modes, Speedrunner and Bosh Rush, are unlockable after you beat the game as Gabriel.
Until today, there was no PC version of Dragon Quest Builders. Square Enix’s game, which is a hybrid of Minecraft’s building mechanics and Dragon Quest’s Toriyama universe, launched exclusively on consoles and mobile devices eight years ago. While the sequel DID make its way to PC, the original never did…until now.
Developer Tainted Pact and publisher Assemble Entertainment have announced their horror adventure game Terror At Oakheart will be released to Steam before the month is over.
Publisher LTG and developer Undead Fox are working on Dark Lord, a card-based roguelike RPG for the PC. The game will be part of Steam Next Fest later this month.
If the worlds of Dragon Quest and Minecraft collided you’d get something like Dragon Quest Builders. You are tasked with rebuilding the ruined realm of Alefgard, which means gathering materials, crafting unique items and building, building, building. The realm can look like whatever you want — you’re the architect.
Ever since Coffee Talk popularized the idea of playing as a barista, games set in coffee shops have been cropping up all over Steam. The latest is coming to us from Furyu Corporation, who just announced Kemono Teatime for release later this year.
There was an XBox Develoepr Direct this afternoon, and the biggest reveal from it was the next Indiana Jones game, developed by MachineGames and published by Bethesda. Yes, that means it’ll be an XBox exclusive, though if you have a PC that can play the game, there’s a second option. It’s going to be called Indiana Jones And The Great Circle.
Later this week, Korean studio Funnylocks will release the full version of their gripping survival horror game, Unstoppable, on Steam. The game was previously semi-released one chapter at a time, but the full release will incorporate all four chapters into one.
It’s fast becoming a cliche that if a classic character that has long been under copyright protection is freed into the public domain, the first thing that happens is someone deliberately plays them against type in some kind of horror production. It may not be very original or creative, but it gets attention and that’s what counts.
The question of “what were the most popular games on Steam this year” isn’t as cut and dried as you’d think. How is that determined? By popularity alone, or by sales? Or a mix of both? To cover all ground, Steam has released multiple lists of top-ranking games, ordered by different categories. And they are….
The new year will bring with it many things, while it will leave other things behind. And if there’s anyone out there still using Windows 7 or 8, Steam is leaving YOU behind. Get with the times, grampa!
The Cats on Duty prologue, developed by Prikol Team and published by ESDigital Games, has received a significant update in time for the holiday season. This free-to-play segment of the game, available on Steam and Epic Games Store, now features a Christmas-themed user interface, along with a suite of quality-of-life improvements.