On average, more than a dozen new games are released on Steam every day. Although we think this is a good thing, it is understandably difficult to keep up. Unless you categorize every game released on Steam, the potentially exciting gems are sure to get lost in a plethora of new gadgets. This is exactly what we did. If there is nothing you like this week, we have collected a running list of the best PC games you can play right now and the 2021 games launched this year.
Published: 10th December
Sale Price: $18|£13.94|AU$26.05
Wytchwood is interesting because it portrays you as the “mysterious old witch in the forest”, a video game fantasy that many people (including me) have been waiting for. As this witch, you need to roam in the Gothic hand-painted world, looking for the raw materials used to brew potions. However, this is not just about making weird and wonderful panacea, because you also need to use them for a bunch of unpretentious characters. Expect a lot of meditation searches, some tricky puzzles, and encounter extremely strange monsters. It sounds cool.
Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator
Published: December 8th
Developer: Strange scaffolding
Sale Price: $17|£12.75|AU$24.60
In keeping with the theme of distributing unusual goods, the Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator is about-yes-space organ trading. As a warlord. This is a tycoon game about selling completely strange alien body parts. This is obviously a very popular deal, and the market is extremely competitive. In addition to the “fast-paced visceral trading actions” and commercial interactions with other traders, you will also experience the “increasing fear of survival associated with treating body organs as traded goods”, which should eliminate some of that Flourishing holiday cheers. You don’t want to go overboard.
Gary Grisby’s Eastern War 2
Published: 11th December
Developer: 2by3 Games
Sale Price: $80 |£63 | AU$114.95
During the holiday break, here is something worth knowing more about: the sequel to one of the most complicated World War II strategy games ever. It pays special attention to the Eastern Front battle between the Third Reich and the Soviet Union, and is positioned as a complete transformation of the original. Artificial intelligence is expected to be greatly improved in five major battles, as well as a map “from 100 miles west of Berlin to the Ural Mountains, 150 miles north of Leningrad in the north to Bulgaria and Baku in the south”. Released earlier this year, this Steam version is expected to help it attract more players.
Release time: December 7th
Sale Price: $15.29 |£11.89 |AU$22.05
The ongoing PS1 revival tends to focus on horror games, but here is a Crash Bandicoot-style platform game that mimics the pathological early 3D aesthetics very realistically.The focus here is accuracy, so expect to solve a single level over and over again Exceed Again, just like you did in the 90s. Just like those early Crash games, don’t expect large collection marathon levels, because this is a linear event. PsiloSybil is in the early access stage and will stay until the “early to mid-term of 2022”, while adding more levels, BOSS battles and other content.
Cleo-The Story of a Pirate
Published: December 12th
Developer: Christoph Schultz
Sale Price: $13.49 |£10.25 |AU$19.35
Cleo-A Pirate’s Tale, developed by one person, is an old-school point-and-click adventure game Also Inspired by You are old Zelda. It starred 14-year-old Cleo, who lived a rather dull life in a port town until one day, a ghost gave her a “mysterious hint”. I don’t know what this hint is, but it did open up a series of obviously not boring events that plunged her into “a world full of lies, deceit, greed, and bad breath.” In addition, there are many puzzles.
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