Weeklong Deals for 8/6/18

I don’t know why they do it this way, but just about every solid Weeklong Deal you could possibly want is on offer this time around. I’ve got a hell of a list right here to dig through but I’ll also mention that Sleeping Dogs is an absolute must-buy if you’ve somehow avoided it and appreciate GTA-style open-world games. Same with Just Cause 2 if you missed out on that mayhem. For literally anything else, though, I’m pretty sure I’ve got a suggestion or two below.

Also, if you’re not following me on Twitter then you might not know I’m going to start streaming very soon! The streaming survey results were very positive so in the next few weeks I’ll begin streaming some of the games I review, doing all sorts of previews, live reviews, and playthroughs. I’ll have another announcement when that launches, so look forward to even more words but said out loud this time!



RUINER (Review) – Intensely stylish and brutal cyberpunk brawler

ABZU (Review) – Extremely chill ocean exploration game with fantastic visuals

Murdered: Soul Suspect (review) – Supernatural detective thriller that works best as a chill collect-a-thon

Sir, You Are Being Hunted (Review) – Methodical open-world stealth game with some neat concepts

Renowned Explorers: International Society (Review) – Charming roguelike adventure with some snappy writing and a clever combat system

Immortal Redneck (Review) – About as good as roguelike FPSes get

Hitman GO (Review) – A wonderful board game rendition of Agent 47’s murderous exploits

Hard Reset Redux (Review) – Somewhat shallow but ultimately entertaining cyberpunk shooter

Startopia (Review) – Classic building sim about populating a decidedly Douglas Adams space stationReview

Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers (Review) – Extremely clever third-person puzzler with some very cool toys to play with

Shotgun Legend (Review) – A neat little homage to The Legend of Zelda (the first one)

Cargo Commander (Review) – Solid roguelike platformer with a clever hook

Dark Scavenger (Review) – One of the most unique adventure games you’re likely to find on Steam

FreeCell Quest (Review) – A nice RPG hook to keep you playing FreeCell for pretty much all of eternity

Ghoulboy (Review) – Intensely retro and somewhat janky platformer that’s worth the hassle

Dungeon Siege II (Review) – One of the best ARPGs of yesteryear, held back only by technical issues

Dungeon Siege (Review) – A bit too thin and a bit too long, but still a solid ARPG of epic scope

Halfway (Review) – Brutally hard but otherwise great squad-based tactics game

Paranormal State: Poison Spring (review) – Despite the subject this is one of the more solid hidden object games on Steam

Mirror Mysteries (Review) – A basic, no-frills hidden object adventure to fill your time

Princess Isabella (review) – Sorta like a more Disney-ish HoG with a really unique final sequence



Hero Siege (Review) – Last time I checked this was a plodding, unbalanced mess of an arena game

Claire (review) – Hey what if Silent Hill 2 was boring and bad

Broken Armor (Review) – I get what they’re going for but it just feels so cheap

Dungeon Siege III (Review) – Let’s take everything fun and memorable and throw it out for a bland ARPG! No? Okay.

Majesty 2 (Review) – Would be the best of the two if it wasn’t nigh-impossible to complete

Sinister City (Review) – I want to like this campy thing so bad but its technical issues are legion

The Body Changer (Review) – Neat idea for a third-person sci-fi metroidvania, it just doesn’t deliver

Scary Girl (review) – Absolutely bog-standard platformer

Space Hack (Review) – The curse of the sci-fi ARPG strikes again

Twin Sector (Review) – One of the worst games on Steam for a reason

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