There’s a new bundle in town and it’s freaking worth it! For only €4.89 you’ll get 12 Steam games including Party Hard! Full list below – see the offer by clicking here.
The bundle includes:
- The Final Station
- Mr. Shifty
- Diaries of Spaceport Janitor
- Party Hard
- Punch Club – Deluxe Edition
- Phantom Trigger
- No Time To Explain Remastered
- Fearless Fantasy
- Community Inc
- Party Hard Tycoon
Regions of Ruin is a 2D side-scrolling RPG with town-building where you are introduced to an open world that progressively challenges your hero and settlement the further you delve into the vast continent. The game is really popular on the indie scene, even Humble Store financed it’s developement! Check out the trailer on YouTube.
• Styled combat system with stats and levelling
• Skill tree to focus your fighting style
• Extensive loot and rare items to discover
• Forge your own equipment or smelt it for resources
• Open world exploration with a hand crafted environment, no randomized maps or levels, everything you see has been made with care
• Customised town building and expansion
• Rescue and recruit dwarves for your township (save them from extinction!)
• Send workers to harvest resources from explored regions
• Hire Mercenaries to help in battle
• Multitude of Quests and a main storyline
The game uses Unity engine which is quite scalable.
If you’re into horror games and like to shit your pants when you play you can now get Layers of Fear completely for free on Humble Store – it’s a time limited offer so hurry up! Get the game in here and redeem it on your Steam account. The game goes with an official soundtrack by the way.
Here is another cool bundle on G2A, this one features: Bulb Boy, Tempest, The Red Solstice, Mushroom Wars and The Uncertain: Episode 1! I think it’s important to underline that the game keys come directly from developers and publishers. There are no third-party sellers involved in G2A Deal sales.
Source Engine used to be amazing. That was in 2004. These days you games are looking even better but nothing beats Unreal Engine 4. Thankfully New World Interactive knows what’s good and they have just released an amazing amount of concept art from their brand new Insurgency project. If you have no idea what Insurgency is go ahead and get yourself a key from one of the Steam Alternative stores or get it directly on Steam. You can try it out if it’s realistic enough for you, it has a coop mode and a very competitive online community.
But the current state of the game is kind of dull because of the Source Engine. The engine lacks good physics for example, sure Half-Life 2 looked great back then but it’s time to move on! Unreal Engine 4 is amazing. Enough of talking just look at the details below to see what I mean:
Insurgency: Sandstorm is a sequel to Insurgency that is bringing renowned hardcore shooter gameplay to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam next year, published by Focus Home Interactive. Also available on Steam, Sandstorm is using the Unreal Engine 4 platform to fulfill the potential of New World’s talented indie team. At its core, Sandstorm features the close-quarters infantry combat for multiplayer and cooperative gameplay that has established Insurgency as a cult classic for over 3 million players on Steam.
New World is also venturing into new territory with a story mode for 4-player cooperative and singleplayer gameplay. A groundbreaking narrative for the shooter genre, the story focuses on a female protagonist. Thematically, Insurgency: Sandstorm is inspired by real events and people, however this is a fictional story and characters.
Sure these are concept arts but I do believe that this company can deliver. Can’t wait for the game or some sort of beta to come out (supposedly by the end of this year).
More info on the official website: New World Interactive
Conan Exiles debuted on Steam earlier this week and very quickly ended up cracked and pirated. It was supposed to be secured by Denuvo, the famous anti-piracy software that took a while to crack. Except that it wasn’t. The game developer Funcom says that this was entirely an employee error, somebody uploaded the game without any protection to Steam.
“Denuvo was temporarily removed due to an error in the build process.”
Conan Exiles lets players run their own servers so the game is really popular among pirates. However, this is just an Early Access release so we can assume that the game will be developed further and improved from here. People with the pirated version are going to be left behind eventually.
It kind of looks like they’ve decided to advertise the game that way, especially after reading that statement:
“There is unfortunately not much we can do about those who choose to download and play unauthorized copies, but we hope they make the jump to the official version so they can stay up to date with the latest patches and improvements,”… “Being an Early Access title, there will be a lot of updates going forward!”
Some people actually say it’s a really good survival game…
Good morning guys, here is another Steam key just for you! :D