A Paladin’s Journey Through Steam: July 24, 2015. A Game Makes an Unexpected Return.

A ton of movies have gotten onto Steam this week I noticed....

A ton of movies have gotten onto Steam this week I noticed….

July’s nearly done with but this series isn’t.

Trying to remain positive today….but some of the games I saw on Steam today really test my patience. But here’s some more games for your eyes.

This post is part of a series where I feature the most interesting new releases on Valve’s Steam store. With my first impressions commentary to go along with each. Learn more about this series at this blog post.

Feature: Cradle

First Person Adventure Open World game for Windows and Mac

First Person Adventure Open World game for Windows and Mac

Wow, I didn’t expect to see this game again. It was one of the first major titles to show up on Greenlight. However, it had a lot of troubled development, especially after one of their major developers left the project. I didn’t expect to hear anything about this game again but here it is. I’m getting some interesting vibes from it….but I can’t put my finger on what. They aren’t asking too much for it either which does make me wonder. Reviews are good so far but there aren’t all that many. The use of real actor’s for eyes is a little…weird for the robots. I dunno, something intrigues me about it.

Feature: Blues & Bullets

Story Driven Noir Episodic Game for Windows

Story Driven Noir Episodic Game for Windows

Hmm, seems Telltale has more competition coming their way. This time, a black & white Noir-styled game about a game named Eliot Ness who’s looking into children disappearing. Visuals look a bit weird but reviews about the episodic game are positive so far. Developer seems relatively new to this genre as well, so, it’ll be interesting to see how the season completes.

Side Notes:

This DVD Program

Hi CyberLink PowerDVD. The program that is quite literally installed on 99% of desktops and laptops sold in retail stores. Now you’re on Steam. Expecting us to pay $100 for you. *flat stare*. When free alternatives like VLC exist, it makes me wonder how programs like CyberLink survived the years. They must make some really great deals.

The only thing horrific about this game is that you think you deserve $6 for it.

When your trailer lacks any audio whatsoever, I get really ticked. It’s amazing how many developers don’t include it.

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Thanks for reading!

-KingIsaacLinksr

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