Steam Powered: Behind the Frame

Listen, I can't draw to save my life, but I love the idea of painting.  Picture it, sitting by a window on a rainy day, freshly brewed cup of coffee in your favourite mug at your side while you slowly paint fine details on your latest masterpiece. Doesn't that sound divine?  Unfortunately for me, I... Continue Reading →

Is The New DDLC A Plus?

Can you believe it has been four years since Doki Doki Literature Club first came out, because I simply can't. Why does 2017 feel like a lifetime ago?  Now the cult indie darling is now available for console and PC with a fresh new look and some added content. Since I adored the original, I figured it... Continue Reading →

Steam Summer Sale Aftermath

Another year, another monetary sacrifice in honour of Lord Gaben. Funnily enough, I didn't spend too much this year. Under £40, which is pretty good going for my standards. I owe it to the fact that I didn't have access to my PC, meaning I had to buy from the mobile app. If I was... Continue Reading →

Steam Summer Sale 2021

Guard your wallets, the Steam Summer Sale starts today! Well, it will be when this goes live. I am writing this the night before the sale is due to go live. This year, I have promised to not go too wild. I have a sneaking suspicion that I might end up breaking that vow, but I will... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Assemble with Care

There is something about fixing items that is so satisfying. Unfortunately, I am terrible at it. Thankfully, there is a game that let me live out my repairwoman fantasy. Assemble with Care is a casual puzzle game by ustwo games, the studio behind Monument Valley. You play as Maria, a travelling repairwoman as she arrives in the... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: What Comes After

What Comes After is perhaps the most emotional video game experience I have had in a quite some time.  What Comes After is a side-scrolling adventure game. You play as Vivi, a young woman who ends up on a train ride to the afterlife. While she waits for her stop, she talks with ghosts.  She ends up... Continue Reading →

Stream Powered: Phasmophobia

I think this might just the best game to play this Halloween. Phasmophobia is a four-player online co-op psychological horror game. You and your team are tasked to investigate haunted locations and figure out what kind of spook is behind it. I have a rule to not buy any Early Access games as I have been... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Call of Cthulhu

As you might have guessed from my last post, I have been on a bit of a Lovecraftian kick lately. Maybe it's because Autumn is coming up but I have been craving creepy content for a few weeks now. From binging horror flicks to trying to get my hands on anything Lovecraft related, I simply... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Do Not Feed the Monkeys

Is there a term for games that involve digital overwatching? You know, games like Beholder and Orwell? Because Do Not Feed the Monkeys is the newest one joining that category. In Do Not Feed the Monkeys, you are the newest member of The Primate Observation Club. Instead of visiting the local zoo, your club activities... Continue Reading →

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