When former developers of BioShock and BioShock 2 put their spin on a first-person rogue-lite set in an Arabian Nights themed world, it’s bound to be full of systems that not only work against you, but bail you out of trouble too. Armed with a whip and a scimitar, City of Brass tasks you with racing to the center of…
Jesus died for your sins. Now he’s gonna kick your ass.
Quake Champions will enter early access on Aug. 22 with new maps, features, and the DOOM Slayer as a new champion. Also available is a champions pack, which will unlock all champions now and forever for $29.99.
Stormblood launched in early access today, and the servers are getting bodied. As I see it, we wouldn’t have constant lag, frequent disconnects and players forming massive lines in a desperate attempt to get a quest done if Final Fantasy XIV didn’t make such attractive expansion packs.
Fortnite, a building survival game developed by the folks at Epic Games, will enter Early Access on July 25, the publisher said today. It was announced on December 10, 2011, so it only makes sense that it’d enter Early Access now.
As I’ve said on this site before, I used to live on a boat, but it wasn’t a sailboat. Playing Sailaway, a sailing simulator that came out on Steam early access last week, I’m learning what it could have been like if we’d had sails: bigger waves, the same absurd amount of ropes, and a lot of new challenges.
Quote is a game about eradicating knowledge. Specifically the knowledge locked away inside books. Why bother re-writing history when you can just destroy it instead?
Pit People, the latest game from Castle Crashers developer The Behemoth, begins with a planet-sized bear crashing into a planet-sized planet, transforming it into a wasteland plagued by storms of green bear blood rain. Then things get weird.
While playing Astroneer, I kept messaging my colleagues about cool ways it had killed me. It was a morbid thing to be excited about. But a satisfying death is the hallmark of a good survival game, and, even in its early stages, Astroneer has a lot of them.
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.
Genital Jousting is a game about dick butts penetrating each other—with consent, of course. It is now out on Steam’s Early Access for program $4.99, and it looks incredible. (NSFW warning.)
Battlerite is an absurd name for a game but never fear because it’s a really good game! It’s a team based action MOBA by Stunlock Studios in early access for the PC right now. And it’s managed to tickle an itch for mayhem I never knew I had.
Divinity: Original Sin II launches on Steam Early Access on September 15. Players will be able to experience the opening of the CRPG sequel’s campaign and put their skills to the test in the player-versus-player arena.
Released yesterday via Steam’s Early Access program, Giga Wrecker is a messy little puzzle platforming game with messy dialogue, questionable physics and some strange design decisions. Other than all that, it shows promise.
In 2013, Lionel “Seith” Gallat got our attention with footage of his one-man game, featuring a tiny mouse on a big adventure. Three years later, Ghost of a Tale is a playable Steam early access game, and it’s even more impressive.
Space dogfighting fans are in for a treat this week, as House of the Dying Sun, previously known as Enemy Starfighter, has emerged on Steam early access. Man, it is pretty damn good.
I’ve been playing a few Early Access games on Steam that I’m excited about. I thought I’d report in on them.
Crate Entertainment first announced Grim Dawn, a Diablo-like RPG using Titan Quest’s engine, in January 2010. Two years later, they collected over half a million dollars with a successful Kickstarter campaign, and later put the game on Early Access in 2013. Now, after half a dozen years, Grim Dawn is getting released.
A couple of days ago, technical experts confirmed that the Xbox One version of Ark: Survival Evolved runs like ass.