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 →

Steam Powered: Divinity Original Sin II

One day while chatting with Fates Folly, my awesome Dungeon Master brought up a game. A game that captures the spirit of D&D and something all of us could play together during our self-isolation. One that once I started playing, I fell in love with. Divinity: Original Sin II Divinity: Original Sin IIĀ is an RPG... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Coffee Talk

Did someone order a cup of heartwarming storytelling with a splash of comedy? Coffee Talk is a casual game from Toge Productions in which you own a rather unique coffee shop that only opens at night. Due to this, you get some interesting supernatural customers who you lend a sympathetic ear to as you provide... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: ARK

Once again, Shiloh has introduced me to a new game that I have quickly fallen in love with. ARK: Survival Evolved is, as the name suggests, a survival action game. You wake up washed up on a beach of an unusual island. This new home of yours is covered in dinosaurs and danger. You need... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Telling Lies

The first Steam Powered I wrote in the early days of this little blog was about a game called Her Story, which I still love and highly recommend. So when I found out that the creator, Sam Barlow released his newest game I was so excited. However, after playing it, Telling Lies left a bad... Continue Reading →

A Terrifying Tribute

There is a fine line between taking inspiration and straight-up copying. The most recent example of this fine line being blurred is Daymare: 1998. Daymare: 1998 is a third-person survival horror game with a striking resemblance to classic Resident Evil. In fact, not only did I first hear about this game on a Resident Evil... Continue Reading →

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