West of Loathing is one of those games you didn’t know that you needed: a sarcastic, stick figure RPG set in a very strange version of the Wild West. It isn’t a gimmick either: It’s a dense RPG with lots of cows to rustle, posses to form, and six shooters to six shoot.
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Hacktag is a cooperative stealth game that casts one player as a field agent, and one as a hacker, working together to steal valuable information, escape capture and have a cup of coffee on the way.
Dead Cells is a RougueVania, Soulslike with an incredibly unique pixel art style that will have you fighting and dying, and fighting and dying, and fighting and dying….
If you took The Expanse, and combined it with a flight simulator and a arena shooter, you’d probably end up with something pretty close to Starfighter Inc.
Asura draws on a host of inspirations, from Indian Mythology, to Diablo’s Core Gameplay, but then goes an extra step, integrating procedural generation in an incredibly unique way.
TumbleSeed is an utterly surprising roguelike adventure involving an incredibly unique movement style in a bright and colorful world which I cannot wait to fail at miserably again in the near future.
We are eager to see more of The Gardens Between, a lovely puzzle game involving surreal landscapes, bittersweet memories and time control. We didn’t see much of the game at PAX East, but it was enough to have us interested.
Here are five fantastic puzzle games we saw at PAX East 2017 you should check out, or keep on your watchlist, Featuring: Linelight, Retractor, Semispheres, Keen and Semblance