For the last person in the universe that hasn’t played Resident Evil 4...first off, congratulations on coming out of your coma! You now get to try out RE4 in an “Ultimate HD Edition” announced by Capcom, coming to PC soon via Steam.
American McGee’s Grimm is now available for 99 cents for each of its 23 episodes…or 10 bucks for the complete series.
Edmund McMillen’s The Binding of Isaac was an addicting, arresting adventure when it was initially released on Steam, a beautiful bite-sized bout of button-bashing blasphemy.
System Shock 2, the progenitor to Bioshock created by Irrational Games, has finally been pulled out of the mothballs for digital distribution via Steam.
I feel odd referring to my discussion of Home as a "game review," as Home is not really a game. Sure, there are simple keyboard controls that guide your player-character, flashlight in pixelated hand, through a series of environments that hold a series of secrets, but there is no combat, there are no monsters to fend off, there are no puzzles to solve.