Global Conflagration demo | Review in 7 Screenshots!

There’s something in the soul of Command and Conquer: Generals modders that draws them to two patently absurd ideas: that Europe will ever have a unified military and that Russia will become a globally relevant military power again. Global Conflagration demo commits to the first one and goes cheeky with the second. Also, GLA is replaced by… Carpathia?

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Godsworn demo | Review in 7 Screenshots!

We Lithuanians adamantly refuse to capitalize on our history, culture or folk religion to make interesting video games. Developers from other countries are more enlightened than that. And that’s why the Godsworn demo invokes the pagan gods to lead the way in an RTS that fuses the coolest parts of Warcraft 3 and Age of Mythology.

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Terminator: Dark Fate – Defiance demo | Argh, my brainworms

On a normal day, I’m very dismissive of movie-franchise games. However, Terminator: Dark Fate – Defiance comes from Slitherine, so it can’t be that bad. I even got the demo sent my way in advance. And soon, I broke my brain in half.

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Signalis review – Kulturarbeit ist Friedensarbeit

I don’t often get to play the games I tried the demos of during Steam Next Fest. I also usually have better reasons than “damn, the protagonist looks hot on the cover” for playing things. Funny how Signalis, a sci-fi survival horror game, managed to get around both of those tendencies.

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Glitchpunk demo | Review in 7 Screenshots

Steam Festival brought us a bunch of demos – even for some good games! Now, the strategy offerings were paltry indeed, but Glitchpunk fulfilled a more rarified need- that of explicitly cyberpunk GTA 2 with mouse aim.

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