Just Die Already by DoubleMoose and Curve Games is an old people mayhem sandbox game. Players take control of old people who have been kicked out of their retirement home and have to fend for themselves in a dangerous city. Their only option to qualify for free retirement care is to perform hazardous challenges. Check out the video below to see the co-op mode in action
Black Skylands is an Early Access title by Hungry Couch Games and tinyBuild out now on Steam, GOG, and Epic Game Store. The game blends multiple genres and features an open world to explore on foot and from the skies. However, factions of pirates and monsters can easily take down foolish adventurers, so players must customize their vessel and weaponry to stand a fighting chance. Check out the video below to hear our first impressions of this open-world, sandbox, top-down-shooter, action/adventure game. We will also be doing an Early Access Impressions video down the line as the game is updated and we are more familiar with what it has to offer
Untitled Goose Game allows players to waddle around as a large goose who is on a mission to annoy everyone as much as possible. It’s a charming and whimsical game that had us laughing out loud at times. Some of the objectives are more amusing than others, but each new area we unlocked was a treat to explore and trash. Unfortunately, with only four main areas and a short final location, the game can be completed in a matter of hours. There’s some extra fun to be had with the new, harder objectives you are given, but these are still restricted to the old locations. Nevertheless, if you are looking for a lighthearted game or want a stealth puzzler without the usual blood and violence, then Untitled Goose Game is a good choice.
Gameplay: Unique and entertaining, but very short.
Graphics: Very charming and colorful.
Sound: The piano-based soundtrack is a good match for the style of the game
Copoka is a unique sandbox experience where you get to play as a bird that is reveling in its freedom while surrounded by the oppressed citizens of a totalitarian city state. Your only object is to gather bits and pieces for your nest while listening to the conversations around you to advance the story. It is a very serene experience and the sensation of flying is quite relaxing, but after an hour or two you will have seen everything there is as the gameworld is quite small. While it is not a game for players seeking action or a big challenge, Copoka is fun while it lasts and offers something a little different without costing an arm and a leg.
Gameplay: Fly around eavesdropping on citizens while collecting shiny objects for your nest.
Graphics: The visuals are colorful and stylish, but not that detailed.
Sound: Decent audio and pretty good voice acting
There is no denying that Saints Row stole most of its ideas from the Grand Theft Auto series but at least it pulled it off with style. Causing mayhem in the city of Stillwater is lots of fun and at times the game does an even better job than what Grand Theft Auto managed. If you like open world games then you might want to check out this one.
Gameplay: Definitely worth looking into especially if you enjoy the GTA games.
Graphics: Good but a few glitches here and there.
Sound: Good voice acting and lots of humour
Sitting down to play From the Depths for the first time is quite a daunting experience. I followed the advice of Nick Smart, the developer, and checked out the tutorial video first, but my first few hours with the game mostly consisted of playing tutorial missions and messing about in the vehicle designer. There are a lot of hand holding and step by step instructions for the tutorials, but From the Depths is a very complicated game and it takes time, not to mention patience, before everything start to make sense
Anyone that checked out our Early Access preview for From The Depths by Brilliant Skies Ltd will already know how impressed we were by this title. Barely a month has passed since then, but already the developers have updated the game with substantial changes