Weeklong Deals for 6/15/20

These Weeklong Deals are a tight list of exceptional games, including one of my favorites from this year! Whether you’ve played the old ones or not, you need to get in on Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! immediately, and this is coming from someone who didn’t really care for 1 or 2. For more relaxing fare, the gorgeous Eastshade is back on sale, along with indie gems like Submerged and the first Hero of the Kingdom.

Reviews this week will cover the aquatic titles we tried out last Friday, Beyond Blue and the new Megaquarium DLC. We’re finishing Thief: The Dark Project and Project Warlock this week as well, which means new Monday and Wednesday games starting next week! I know more than a few of you are excited to see The Outer Wilds a week from today… I am too!



Eastshade (Review) – A marvelous open-world adventure with no combat

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! (Review) – My favorite game of 2020 and the perfect evolved form of the CSD series

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! (Review) – The most contentious entry in the series, more polished than 1 but with a brutal difficulty curve

Cook, Serve, Delicious! (Review) – A solid, if repetitive, start for this charming series

Death Road to Canada (Review) – Hilariously chaotic zombie survival roguelike

Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (Review) – Rip-roaring wild west shooter with a fantastic narrative style

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (Review) – Not as even or as fun as Gunslinger, but still a decent wild west FPS

City of Brass (Review) – Stylish first-person roguelike with really cool whip mechanics

FRAMED Collection (Review) – Neat little collection of comic-panel-themed puzzles

Alwa’s Awakening (Review) – Solid NES-style metroidvania

Submerged (Review) – Don’t come for the samey gameplay, come for the amazing atmosphere and scenery

Teleglitch (Review) – One of my favorite roguelikes, sort of a top-down survival horror Quake

Hero of the Kingdom (Review) – The start of this wonderfully chill trading adventure series

Seeds of Resilience (Review) – Odd but interesting turn-based survival game

FreeCell Quest (Review) – All the Freecell you could ever want, wrapped in a very thin but nigh-endless RPG campaign



Pacify (Review) – Janky, ineffective co-op survival horror

1 Screen Platformer (Review) – Exactly how many times do you want to play the same tedious level

Vertiginous Golf (Review) – Minigolf with every ounce of joy sucked from it

Bardbarian (Review) – Neat idea for a RTS-tower defense hybrid, but just not that fun in practice

Twin Sector (Review) – Somehow one of the darkest points of Steam’s already checkered catalog

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