Displaying items by tag: Early Access
Curse of the Dead Gods is a colorful, adaptive, and fresh take on a jungle temple environment where a sole player is on a journey full of enemies, treasures, and pain.
If Mental can polish its unique core mechanics and sand down its rougher edges, it could become something great.
Cook, serve, fun? Indeed! This Early Access game delivers on its promise of a fast-moving cooking environment. Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! is definitely fun and worth your time. With its rapid-fire recipes and constant traveling, each stop on the map brings something new to the gameplay.
Overall, the audience of this title seems a little narrow and the purpose a little inaccessible to new players.
I will eat you is an entertaining multiplayer title with well-designed maps that help add some variety to the gameplay. Though the overall content is a bit limited and the long wait times can hinder the experience, the price is surprisingly fair for what is being offered. If GSE can keep adding more content, then the full release is definitely something fans of the survival multiplayer genre should keep an eye out for.
Being in Early Access could save the game if things go well, but extensive work is needed to take the nugget of a good story and pull it into a game people can enjoy.
If Magnus Games Studio can iron out all of the current issues, then the full release definitely has the potential to be an impressive RPG and is worth keeping an eye out for.
While not a game that can be readily binged, Legends of Aria is a fine game to sit down and kill an hour or two grinding towards your next skill milestone or crafting order.
Despite being grindy at times, Tech Corp. manages to be an addictive experience if you can ignore all the bugs.
Godhood isn’t perfect — the complete lack of interactive combat is quite annoying, but the strategy and planning elements are superb.
Conglomerate 451 is an Early Access title, and it shows. While I didn't encounter anything horribly game-breaking in the current build, many systems are not yet implemented and some balance issues should be addressed before the final release.
Pixel Noir attempts to bring the best mechanics from the golden age of JRPGs and combine them with a gritty, noir atmosphere. It achieves uneven success with its mashup of interesting ideas, making it rough around the edges, but indie to its core
In its current state, nobody could really enjoy Esports Life Tycoon. Here’s to hoping that, as it moves through Early Access, things change.
A challenging detective experience with interesting gameplay mechanics that will appeal to horror fans, but is hindered by wonky controls, loading screens, and an empty world.
If you’re into roguelikes, bullet-hell, or third-person shooter games, this is a can’t-miss title. Risk of Rain 2 has just as much style as it does mechanical polish.
Abrakadaboom is a good game if you enjoy the genre, but there is some work to be smoothed out during the Early Access phase.
Though Pandemic Express is slightly barebones at this point in Early Access, it definitely has the potential to be a unique and impressive addition to the world of multiplayer zombie games.
Newcomers to the roguelite genre will certainly find some fun in Infected Shelter but I am not confident that experienced roguelite players will find much new or exciting with this title.
With more things to do around the map, clear guidance through the storyline and quests, and perhaps a more comprehensive tutorial, Volcanoids could turn out to be a star on the stage of survival titles.