Bayonetta is on Steam, and Steam users have absolutely no chill about it.
Steam has some damn good games. It also has some extremely bad ones. Which ones, though, have the lowest ratings on the whole service?
Nier: Automata is another classic Yoko Taro game: it shouldn’t work, but it does. It’s one of those rare, once in a lifetime treats. Steam users are also fond of the nicely rendered robot ass.
With a successful Kickstarter campaign and charming art, Night In The Woods was always gonna have a built in fanbase. But the Steam reviews show it’s resonating with players outside of that. Also, that Steam users love to tell good jokes.
There is a prophecy. It says that, once every couple months or so, a new early access survival game will rise to the top of the charts on Steam. Though commoners will decry it as “janky AF,” no mortal force will stop its ascent. Anyway, Conan Exiles says hi.
Wanna read about a lot of grown men soiling their pants out of fear? Well, check out the Steam reviews for Resident Evil 7.
Taken on their own, individual Steam reviews don’t offer a whole lot of value. But taken together, they spin a yarn about a game that’s equal parts fascinating, weird, and occasionally funny.
Genital Jousting, a game about dick butts penetrating each other, slithered its way onto Steam early access earlier this month. Since then, it has accrued 600 reviews, 93% of which are positive. They’re also pretty funny.
Valve recently overhauled Steam’s review system, putting a larger focus on recent perspectives. The move made sense. Games are no longer static works. They constantly evolve thanks to updates and programs like Early Access. The system is, by and large, very useful, providing percentages that give narrow and wide…
The devilishly difficult Hyper Light Drifter has been tearing up the Steam charts since release, meaning that players have flocked to the reviews section talk about why they love Heart Machine’s creation so damn much.
Humble farming simulator Stardew Valley is taking Steam by storm right now, and when you consider the charm, depth, and number of cuties you can smooch within the game, it’s no surprise why.
A few weeks ago, a pirate-themed RPG called Vendetta: Curse of Raven’s Cry vanished from the Steam store. At that point, it was surrounded on all sides by (unproven) allegations of fake reviews and shady dealings. Flash forward to now: people still can’t figure out precisely why it disappeared.
Steam has some pretty hilarious things to say about its baby-killing game. Who would have thought?
Undertale came out of nowhere and turned RPGs upside-down with its deft mix of emotions, dogs, emotions, and more dogs. It’s become one of the biggest games on Steam.
Ark: Survival Evolved is one of the biggest games on Steam. It’s also still in Early Access. Most importantly, though, it has dinosaurs. And poop.
Steam reviews...Steam reviews never change. And that’s good, because Steam reviews are damn hilarious—especially the ones for Fallout 3.
Before The Witcher 3 officially released, much of the talk online was about downgrades, or disappointment about the graphics. Now that people have had a chance to actually play the game, however, the discussion around The Witcher 3 is very, very different.