Posts Tagged ‘demo’

First-Person Investigator: Virginia Gets A Demo

It’s been ages since we last visited the Twin Peaks-inspired-ish first-person vignette ’em up Virginia [official site] but whoa hey hello, here’s a release date and a demo out of nowhere. The demo is about twenty minutes long, offering a taste of life as a ’90s FBI agent investigating a missing child in a small town and answering basic questions like “Okay but what is it and what do I do?” That is now answered for me and so I’m quite looking forward to its full launch on September 22nd.

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Action-RrgurgrrrPG: Soldak Release Zombasite

Teeny tiny studio Soldak make games with big dreams, action-RPGs like Din’s Curse and Depths of Peril with dynamic worlds full of living parts reacting to each other. Their latest is Zombasite [official site] and yeah, there are zombies but this isn’t another zombie game – it’s another Soldak game, with zombies. After ten months in early access, Zombasite properly launched last night. It has a demo and all.

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Twisted Metal Flashbacks With Car Shooter Diesel Guns

You know, we don’t get too many car shoots these days. We have car football and dino shoots and even shootsball. But we don’t have so many of the car shoots. There’s GRIP, which isn’t bad. But nothing like the old nonsense, you know, nothing like Twisted Met– wait, what’s this? Why it’s a CAR SHOOTS.

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Ark & Rainbow Six Siege Free Steam Weekends

What are you playing this weekend? No, no don’t tell me yet. But if you’re short on ideas, you might fancy a look at Ark: Survival Evolved or Rainbow Six Siege. Both games have kicked off free Steam weekends, letting people play the full versions until Sunday evening. They’re both on sale too. If a spot of dino-hunting survival or wall-busting SWAT sounds up your alley, here you go!

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Run Like Hell! Seum: Speedrunners From Hell Released

Having spent a chunk of my youth in Quake II mastering strafe-jumping and practising tricks and routes on maps until I could do them backwards, I’m up for a time trial first-person platformer. That’s the idea of Seum: Speedrunners from Hell [official site], which launched today. It’s a string of short zippy levels with platforms to leap between, buzzsaws to dodge, walls to blast, and secrets to find. It’s got a demo too so you can try it yourself. I had a quick bash myself.

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Give ‘Em the Ol’ Razzle Dazzle in The Ben Wander Murder Collection

If you’ve ever bemoaned the fact that video games often neglect the roaring twenties, bemoan no more. The Ben Wander Murder Collection [official site] is a glitzy, glamorous, and oh-so-sinister murder mystery set in the age of The Great Gatsby.

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