A team effort between All In Games, 505 Studios, and 3D Realms, Ghostrunner is a first-person action game set in a cyberpunk dystopia, featuring cyborg ninjas and one-hit-death difficulty. If you feel like you’ve heard that before, you probably have, since cyberpunk seems to be 2020’s flavor. However, we’re not here to discuss the trend’s relevance, but to take a look at what Ghostrunner has to offer, good or bad.
Teardown is an action/strategy game that has been in development since 2018, and just hit early-access on Steam. It is the brainchild of Dennis Gustafsson, the sole man behind developer and publisher Tuxedo Labs (although Teardown is a joint effort by seven people). Tuxedo Labs has been developing game engines and physics simulation software since 2001. Teardown is Gustafsson’s first entry in PC gaming, and it’s a big one.
Hardsapce Shipbreaker is a game developed by Blackbird Interactive, and had been in early access since June 2020. It’s a job simulator set in space, yet differs greatly from other games with similar tags like Kerbal Space Program and Space Engineers. Let’s see just how fun is the life of a shipbreaker.
ULTRAKILL is a fast paced first person shooter developed by Arsi Patala, and published by New Blood Interactive. It has been available since early September 2020, and is still in early access as of writing. Since its release, it’s been rapidly gaining traction in the old-school shooter community, along with other games from New Blood like Dusk and Maximum Action. Let’s see what it’s all about.
Noita is a roguelite game developed by Nolla Games, out of Finland. It has been slowly gaining traction ever since its initial release date in September 2019, and the 1.0 version is expected to hit the virtual shelves on October 15 2020. At the time of writing, the game isn’t fully complete, but holds more than enough content to warrant a full review.