Five new Steam games you might have missed (November 15, 2021)
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. So 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.
Bright Memory: Infinite
Published: November 12
Sale Price: $20|£15.49|AU$28.95
Bright Memory: Infinite is a single-player first-person shooter game with character action elements: Wes describes it as FPS Devil May Cry. The original “Bright Memory” was released last year as a short 30-minute episode, but “Bright Memory: Infinite” is a more substantial release, expanded in many ways with new worlds and “improved combat system and level design” The initial release. If you like Bulletstorm, Ghostrunner, or maybe even Doom Eternal, it’s definitely worth a look.
A piece of sea
Published: November 12th
Developer: Mateusz Skutnik
Sale Price: $22.49|£17.54|AU$32.35
Slice of Sea is a light-hearted adventure game about seaweed. Seaweed is a very strange creature, lost in a very strange world of dust. Seaweed wants to return to the homeland of the ocean, and your job is to make sure this happens. Next is a surreal Odyssey through a hand-painted world, full of mysteries and secrets.It does look beautiful: a Steam critic Write “It’s like Amanita Design and Rusty Lake gave birth to a very unique child.” From what I have seen, this seems to be correct.
Published: November 12
Developer: Apushev Vitaly
Sale Price: $9|£6.47|AU$13.05
Thermonuclear is a sci-fi tactical game set in the third world war, spawned by the development of terrible AI technology. Fortunately, your party can control a robotic machine called Thermonuclear, which you will use to fight your enemies in procedurally generated levels. For fans who like difficult turn-based battles, this looks like a battle, in which as much forward planning and strategic thinking are required as possible. Or to put it another way: think of the nostalgic performance of XCOM and Disgaea mixed with Into the Breach.
Treasures of the Aegean Sea
Release time: November 12
Sale Price: $18 |£15.29 |AU$26.05
This is a colorful platform game with a smooth, parkour-oriented traversal and clear hand-painted artistic style. Described as a “historical action thriller,” “Aegean Treasures” takes place in a forgotten and shabby-but by no means depressing-kingdom, with an emphasis on exploration. Oh, because it’s 2021, there is still a time loop: when you explore the open world kingdom, you need to “use a glitch in time” to solve some of the more obscure mysteries in the map, and better to loot its treasures .
Published: November 4th
Sale Price: $4.44 |£3.55 |AU$6.67
This is a visual novel with an interesting background: it is basically an interactive retelling of Fyodor Dostoevsky’s satirical short story of the same name. It may be more suitable for video games than anything else he has ever written, because it is presented as a dialogue between corpses in a cemetery. Anything that brings together fans of visual novels and 19th-century Russian literature is worth reading in my book.
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