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 →

New Obsession: Kingdoms of Amalur

One of the downsides to PC gaming is buying a game and finding out too late that it isn't compatible with your system. Before you say it, yes I know that most games do show their requirements but I am not really a tech person. Recently I have gotten better at fixing these issues and... 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 →

Steam Powered: Celeste

One of the downsides to being a PC gamer is sometimes for one reason or another the game you just bought doesn't work with your system. This has happened to me a few times. Celeste originally was one of these games and I am proud to report that it is the first game I was... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: Party Hard 2

Thanks to the Steam Spring Clean Event I finally got around to playing a couple of games that have been collecting digital dust on my Steam library shelves. One of them is the subject of this very late post (sorry lads, been really off today) Party Hard 2. Yeah, my bad habit of grabbing games... Continue Reading →

Third times the curse

Short one today, but I did want to briefly talk about this game as it's something I can't wait to play when I get more free time. I would like to blame college for not hearing about this game sooner, but I would be lying. I am terrible for keeping up with indie games, or... Continue Reading →

Steam Powered: My Time At Portia

Once again a dear friend gave me an awesome game recommendation. Thanks, Shiloh! My Time At Portia is an Early Access game available on Steam created by Pathea Games. Following in your Pa's footsteps, you move to the small but lively town of Portia to rebuild his former Workshop and create a new life for yourself. As... Continue Reading →

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