Finally we are done moving and can look at steam games again! This episode we will be going over the best steam games April 2018, as well the month of March! With the move and everything, I haven't had as much research time as usual, but hopefully you still enjoy the video! Of course, let me know what you think are the best new steam games that have released lately as well!
Category Timestamps -
Most Popular - 0:35
Early Access - 4:10
Best Cheap Games - 6:56
Best New Free Steam Games 8:40
Vr Games - 10:14
How is a steam game determined to be the best in 2018? I take into consideration steam ratings, critic ratings, current playerbase, and sales. It isn't a perfect system by any means but it does it's best to help us find great and new steam games together!
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Some interesting suggestions here! Definitely worth checking out some of this (also I played and loved Skyrim vr on psvr so I recommend it strongly because I can only imagine that it’s great of the vive)
Wow! You are a true gamer eh? Lots of good games there 😉
Thanks for your review on Skyrim Vr! It does seem very interesting to me but I have heard of the menu thing being obnoxious. Haven't heard of that much motion sickness though as your Fiance has had but I could see that happening!
JechMate Gaming honestly I play a bit of everything lol though I tend to avoid F2P titles and mmos as I don’t have time for them anymore. But my collection has everything from 80’s pc titles to whatever the latest big releases happen to be.
Right now I’m working through a night in the woods, pillars of eternity 2, and god of war 4 as well as a play through of a way out with my fiancé. Not to mention my go to I don’t want to think multiplayer games like pubg, overwatch, and bf1.
As for Skyrim vr I would have to say it’s definitely different. The sense of scale you get from the vr is amazing, the vistas are epic, and it is much more immersive in terms of combat and how engaging the story is. That being said navigating menus with motion controls leaves A LOT to be asked for (to the point where I sometimes just picked up a controller for menu management) and judging the distance you can reach things takes some getting used to. I wouldn’t advertise it as a whole new game but for people like me who imagined being able to experience a vr fantasy rpg ever since they were a kid it is unquestionably freaking awesome and I strongly recommend checking it out.
That being said, if you are sensitive to motion sickness it can be rough on you to play for more than 30 min at a time which sucks for games like this. It didn’t effect me but my fiancé swears she can’t play for more than fifteen minutes without feeling sick to her stomach for hours so something to be aware of.
Thanks Sages! BTW what types of games do you like to usually play?
It's awesome that you have played skyrim VR! Did you feel like it was a totally different experience than not playing in VR? Or did it feel similar?
Litanah awesome! Are you still enjoying fortnite at all or are you doing it more because of the growth?
Also im not sure if I believe you that this helped. I feel like you are already constantly up to date and do more research than I do! Haha
I can't complain, dropped my phone and it was DESTROYED... so i had to get another phone, decided to get the Iphone X....Im just happy I'm finally at a point in my life where I can finally relax money wise.. I'm only 20 :P Even though I sounded like I was in my 50s lol
Mmm probably about a month. I got to the update where they put in world bosses and changed the damage output of the units you could make. I was there when you could win with a certain clan and no one could stop you online. I hope they balanced it.
No I mean, Nidalee as in you have a bunch of spells.
And yah, its fun. But it seems its to... limited. As in the same thing every game. And not a whole lot else. I'd give it a: Fun for a few hours, but no more then 10.