Weeklong Deals for 3/18/19

It’s a banner week for Weeklong Deals in many ways, featuring some great deals on classic titles as well as a whole mess of porn. I’m not kidding, I sift through these things every week and this might be a new record for porn games by volume. So if that’s what you need to get, get while the gettin’s good!


Oh yes

BioShock Infinite (Review) – Very fun, very pretty shooter with some spongy enemies, shame about the story (DO NOT GET THE DLC)

Shadowrun Returns (review) – Solid proof-of-concept for the resultant trilogy of cyberpunk RPGs

Stronghold Crusader HD (Review) – The castle-sieging sim to pick if the warfare is what draws you in

Sundered: Eldritch Edition (Review) – Fast-paced metroidvania with incredible art and some very fun mechanics

Sanctum 2 (Review) – Takes the concept of first-person tower defense from the first game and fleshes it out into something quality

BioShock 2 Remastered (Review) – Probably some of the best combat in the series, but pretty weak everything else

Ash of Gods: Redemption (Review) – Pitch-black fantasy SRPG hampered only by its dodgy translations

Guacamelee! Super Turbo Championship Edition (Review) – A much-improved version of this bright, frenetic metroidvania

Sacred 2 Gold (Review) – A bewilderingly huge ARPG to roam around in if you can handle a bit of jank

The Dream Machine (Review) – Excellent claymation point-and-click adventure that only goes a little too far at times

Unworthy (Review) – Extremely Souls-like platforming adventure that will hit the spot if you can handle the difficulty

Death Coming (Review) – Quirky little puzzler about murdering little cartoon people

Sanctum (Review) – Decent first-person tower defense utterly overtaken by its sequel

Horizon Shift (Review) – Fun little shmup with something of a platformer gimmick

Ghoulboy (Review) – Surprisingly solid retro platformer

BioShock Remastered (Review) – Yep, it’s still BioShock


Oh no

Slender: The Arrival (Review) – Not how you make Slenderman scary!

Knights and Merchants (Review) – Clunky old RTS better left forgotten

A Room Beyond (Review) – Promising pixel horror that never quite realizes that promise


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