Super Trench Attack!

Super Trench Attack!

Super Trench Attack! is a twin-stick shooter with a unique pixel art style and tons of goofy humor. It’s not particularly challenging or very long, but it is fun while it lasts and packs a bit more depth than you might think.

Gameplay: Basic top-down shooter with some shooting galleries thrown in for good measure.

Graphics: The pixel art visuals are detailed and often quite humorous.

Sound: Exaggerated sound effects along with some fitting music

Muse Dash X GrooveCoaster Collaboration Features New Character And More

Muse Dash X GrooveCoaster Collaboration Features New Character And More

X.D. Network Inc. has announced the latest big update for Muse Dash, the addictive rhythm game by PeroPeroGames. This time Muse Dash will feature a collaboration with another famous Japanese rhythm game, Groove Coaster. Players will be able to get their hands on an entirely new character along with all the supporting features for this character

Star Sky

Star Sky

Star Sky is a relaxing and mysterious game about a man on a midnight walk. The stylish 2D silhouette visuals and ethereal soundtrack make for a very atmospheric game. However, it is also very short and can be completed without much of a challenge. Anyone looking for a traditional game will be disappointed by Star Sky, but open-minded players who enjoy unique gaming experiences will enjoy it.

Gameplay: Very short and simple, but also quite charming.

Graphics: Minimalistic, but stylish.

Sound: Great ambient sounds and soothing music

Sakura Fantasy

Sakura Fantasy

Sakura Fantasy features an intriguing storyline, interesting characters, and beautiful artwork, but ends with too many unresolved questions. This wouldn’t have been so bad if the planned sequels were ever released, but unfortunately, this was not to be. Unfortunately, this means anyone playing the game for the story will be disappointed. However, players who are purely interested in the lewd content will find plenty here, especially after installing the optional uncensor patch.

Gameplay: Interesting until the story just ends without any real conclusion.

Graphics: The visuals look great is filled with the usual amount of fan service.

Sound: Decent Japanese voice acting and the soundtrack is good too

Terminal Conflict Now Out of Early Access

Terminal Conflict Now Out of Early Access

The purpose of Steam Early Access was to get unfinished games in front of Steam users and then continue development while benefiting from their feedback. Unfortunately, this meant that a lot of games ended up in Early Access limbo or were abandoned when funds and or interest ran out. Thankfully, this is not the case with Terminal Conflict, which after being deployed on Steam in 2018, has now left Early Access

Aaero

Aaero

Aaero is a rhythm shooter that sees players flying through stylized environments while blasting enemies to the beat of electronic music. It is a very challenging and unforgiving game, but also very addictive, and depending on your musical taste has a great soundtrack. The lack of support for things like Steam Workshop and custom songs limits the replay value a bit, but mastering all the songs should keep most players busy for ages.

Gameplay: Challenging, intense, and very addictive.

Graphics: Beautiful and varied.

Sound: Features a great electronic music soundtrack

Aozora Meikyuu

Aozora Meikyuu

Aozora Meikyuu is a short and simple visual novel featuring a protagonist named Aoi who has given up on women. His plans to resign himself to a life of eroge games instead of actual relationships are shattered when a naked girl named Sora falls out of the sky and lands on top of him. After Sora forces herself into his house and life, Aoi has to choose whether to embrace this change or fight it every step of the way. It’s an interesting if a little cliched, premise for a visual novel but the game is just too short and mundane to make it very memorable.

Gameplay: Timed choices make things a little more interesting, but the story itself is rather humdrum.

Graphics: Decent, but somewhat lacking in good CGs.

Sound: No voice acting, but the soundtrack isn’t too bad

Azur Lane: Crosswave DLC Loyalty Program Announced For Steam

Azur Lane: Crosswave DLC Loyalty Program Announced For Steam

It’s not uncommon for early buyers to get penalized when new DLC or complete editions are announced at a later date, yes we are looking at you Bethesda, so it is always nice to see a reversal of this trend. Idea Factory recently announced their new Azur Lane: Crosswave DLC loyalty program, which is exclusive for Steam users. The loyalty program is basically a thank-you to all the users who pre-purchased Azur Lane: Crosswave on Steam. As such, it is restricted to users who bought the game before it was launched on February 13, 2020, at 10:00 am PST. Anyone who falls into that category is automatically eligible for the loyalty program

Zombie Derby

Zombie Derby

Zombie Derby is short, dated and a little grindy, but the basic gameplay can still be entertaining as long as you are not expecting too much. Plowing through zombies with different vehicles while earning the cash for upgrades is fun, but it’s a pity that the game only has eight levels. There’s nothing groundbreaking or original about Zombie Derby, but it’s dirt cheap and put a smile on our face, so it cant’ be all bad.

Gameplay: Short and repetitive, but also rather fun.

Graphics: Rather dated.

Sound: Not much in the way of music or sound effects

Pyrite Heart

Pyrite Heart

Pyrite Heart is an Otome visual novel that looks great, but the story is very short and lacking in depth. The heroine is also a spoiled rich princess, which might not be that appealing for players who are not fans of tsundere characters. It’s not a bad game, but there are far better titles in the genre.

Gameplay: Short and the story is not that interesting.

Graphics: The artwork is very good.

Sound: No voice acting, but the music is decent