In part VIII of my games of my summer-summary I discuss the diving- and exploration game Abzû that I just finished a couple of days ago. It has been compared with the revered Playstation-classic Journey, and rightfully so it turns out.
I had been looking forward to the unique looking hacking-game Quadrilateral Cowboy since I built my current PC four years ago. It was supposed to arrive years ago but the small team at Blendo games could not let go of it until very recently. Did it live up to my expectations? Find out in part VII of My summer in games.
In part VI of “My summer in games” I will discuss Factorio, a Steam Early Access factory-builder recommended to me a while ago by a friend.
After many time-consuming games it was a relief to get into some shorter ones recently. Starting with the brilliant sci-fi side-scroller Inside, made by the Danish Playdead Studios, known for the similar game Limbo.
My games of summer-special continues with some thoughts on Deus Ex: Human Revolution as I recently tried to replay it via the Director’s Cut-edition. Unfortunately the intended playthrough has fallen into stasis.
Part III of my summer gaming summary covers my once again reinvigorated interest in the excellent FTL: Faster Than Light.
In part II of my summer in games summary I share my thoughts on Paradox space grand strategy/4x-game Stellaris.