March + February 2021 update
February was a pretty slow month when it comes to my backlog and I decided it wasn’t worth it to make a post, so I combined February and March.
Games I beat in March and February 2021:
Dust: An Elysian Tail
I won it a long time ago on SG. Great game, I didn't think the style is for me at first, but as I played, the animations and world design really grabbed me. And it is apparently made by just one guy. The story is probably the biggest selling point, it's really fun and engaging. I'd recommend the game to anyone who hasn't played it.
Another SG win. It took me way too long to beat as compared to average, to the point it was getting frustrating. It's a roguelike game where you mostly lose all your progress once you die. Can't say I have much experience in the genre, but I really liked the gameplay, it's really addictive. The visual style, music and voiceover are RAD as well. :D
Probably the one that I liked the most out of the bunch. Really immersive game, felt like a movie really. Graphics, story, voice acting, gameplay are all stellar. The one thing I didn't really like is it felt a bit artificially prolonged at the end, like the devs wanted to have a few more hours of gameplay but it didn't make sense for the story, so they have you running in circles and completing similar generic objectives. Not a big deal though, the game is still amazing and I recommend it.
Yet another SG win. It was the first point and click I have played in recent years. I'm usually not into this genre, but Broken Age was fun. Cool style as well as an interesting story. The gameplay and puzzles were not that interesting for me, but I still enjoyed the game.
Games I will try to beat next:
SG win. I'm not sure how I've been around on Steam for so long and haven't played this. Just started it and it's a ton of fun.
A Story About My Uncle
Another SG win. I haven't played it yet but it looks fun.
I’ll also be playing more games won on SG that I haven’t decided on yet.