Weeklong Deals for 6/8/20

We’re back to a big ol’ list of good stuff in the Weeklong Deals, along with a pretty entertaining roll of bad games, too. Bloodstained is definitely the big draw, but I will always come out for the likes of Titan Quest and Banished despite their age. Roguelikes, adventures, and even some strategy round out the week’s list, so you’re sure to find something that tickles your fancy.



Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night (Review) – A reassuring reminder that the spirit of Castlevania games will live on

Titan Quest Anniversary Edition (Review) – One of my all-time favorite ARPGs, still getting patches and DLC

Banished (Review) – A cornerstone of the modern builder genre, small in scope and challenging in its own ways

Ash of Gods: Redemption (Review) – Pitch-black fantasy epic in the Banner Saga engine

Chasm (Review) – Decent metroidvania hurt more by its procedural generation than anything

Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons (Review) – Clever, beautiful, and emotional puzzle adventure

Majesty Gold HD (Review) – A fine revival of this hands-off fantasy RTS

Wuppo (Review) – Impossibly cute adventure game masquerading as a platformer

Hero of the Kingdom: The Lost Tales 1 (Review) – A decent little adventure, but getting away from what made the Hero of the Kingdom games good

How to Survive (review) – Odd little ARPG survival game with some rough design choices

Unforgiving – A Northern Hymn (Review) – Terrifying indie horror game built on Swedish folklore

Unworthy (Review) – Very much 2D Dark Souls with few surprises and quite a bit of frustration

Spirits Abyss (Review) – Wild, colorful roguelike platformer

Drox Operative (Review) – Very unique space-based ARPG with a wide open structure

Tiny and Big: Grandpa’s Leftovers (Review) – Brilliant third-person puzzle game with some incredible tools

Virginia (Review) – A smart narrative adventure that suffers quite a bit for its chosen gimmick

Nosferatu: The Wrath of Malachi (Review) – Dated but ambitious horror FPS with roguelike elements

Dark Fall: The Journal (Review) – A sharp point-and-click adventure that requires serious note-taking

Straimium Immortaly (Review) – Utterly bizarre and engrossing roguelike shooter

Starward Rogue (Review) – Bit of a forgotten gem in the roguelike bullet hell genre

Nihilumbra (Review) – Clever puzzle platformer, good gimmick

Back to Bed (Review) – Neat little puzzle game with a Dali aesthetic

Skyward Collapse (Review) – Very interesting and unique turn-based strategy game



Hero Siege (Review) – An ever-changing mess of confusing arena combat

Squishy the Suicidal Pig (Review) – Decent puzzle gimmick taken to tedious extremes

Das Geisterschiff (Review) – Tragically boring sci-fi dungeon crawler

8BitBoy (Review) – How not to do platforming nostalgia

Dark Fall 2: Lights Out (Review) – Completely bizarre mess compared to the first

Shattered Haven (review) – Neat idea for zombie survival puzzles, but terribly executed

Mystery Castle: The Mirror’s Secret (Review) – The rare bad HOG

Megamagic: Wizards of the Neon Age (Review) – All style, no substance

Diorama Dungeoncrawl (Review) – I wanted this to be good, but it’s too thin and frustrating

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