Weeklong Deals for 9/9/19

Not even thirteen-hour workdays can extinguish my passion for Weeklong Deals! We’ve got some good catches here, including the Call of Juarez games, some solid roguelikes, and even a little indie horror. You’ve got to weave through a shocking amount of seedy anime titles for these, even for Steam, but I can’t think of a better way to spend the early morning hours than digging decent games out of these hellpits.

If you’re a fan of RPGs, be sure to check out our Twitch channel on Mondays and Saturdays! We’ve just started Undertale last night and will be continuing with that every Monday until done, and the same goes for Final Fantasy Legend II on the old Game Boy on Saturdays. Twitch is the main way I’m growing my income to make GPG a more stable endeavor, and if you’d like to support us the subscribing to our channel is a great way to help!



Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (Review) – Fantastic Wild West FPS with an equally fantastic story structure

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (Review) – Not quite the narrative tour-de-force that Gunslinger is, but still a solid western shooter

Hand of Fate (Review) – Extremely clever merging of roguelike, deck-building, and action elements

City of Brass (Review) – Slower-paced first-person roguelike with very deep mechanics

Unforgiving – A Northern Hymn (Review) – Creepy first-person horror that makes the most of Swedish folklore

Unworthy (Review) – Extremely 2D Dark Souls, and pretty good if you have the patience for that

Submerged (Review) – A simple adventure puzzler, but one completely worth it for the atmosphere

Slain: Back from Hell (Review) – Hilariously metal dark fantasy platformer that’s also hard as nails

Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi (Review) – I just returned to this and can confirm it’s a really neat mix of retro FPS, horror, and roguelike

Omega Strike (Review) – Extremely baseline metroidvania, but still looks good and plays well

Black Paradox (Review) – Awesome 80s neon space shmup

Gun Metal (Review) – Very basic giant robot action

The Last NightMary (Review) – Neat little Brazilian horror adventure

Dogolrax (Review) – You just gotta try this thing

Letter Quest (Review) – A fine spelling puzzler that happens to get pretty hard pretty fast



Hero Siege (Review) – This one seems to transform every few years, but never end up on anything good

Forward to the Sky (Review) – Too short and janky to be worth much as a 3D platformer

Squishy the Suicidal Pig (Review) – A puzzler with frustratingly inconsistent mechanics

Until I Have You (Review) – Kind of a speedrunning platformer with stiff, aggravating controls

Razenroth (Review) – Wastes the perfectly good premise of a Lovecraft roguelike shooter

Twin Sector (Review) – Just yikes

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