Inertial drift gets new trailer as demo arrives on steam
This year's Game Awards further expand the formula they won last year. It has been announced that players from all over the world will be invited to participate in the games festival. This allows players to experience demos of upcoming games through Steam within 48 hours.
If you want to participate in this event, check out the Steam page, where you can choose to provide reminders for the event (and get some beautiful emoticons when you participate). Once you have started, you will be able to download and experience any of the playable demos listed below.
If you have been looking forward to some of these games, now is the best time to experience the upcoming content. Thirteen demos were provided, including the already impressive reimagining of the System Shock.
Since last year's event went very smoothly, it seems that we will have a lot to look forward to this year. Last year, we even released some big game announcements during the event. Games such as "Outer World", "Furious 2" and "Far Cry: New Dawn" are exhibited alongside many impressive indie games.
In the age of remake, remake, and reinvention, this is one we're especially excited about. The original System Shock is something I still miss, but the upgrade to modern engines is very exciting. With the upcoming release of System Shock 3, now is a great time to get acquainted with the series.
was developed by Nightdive Studios. This reinvention takes players on a journey to become a famous hacker in a world hit by terrible disasters. You will play the role of unconscious cyborgs, robots and you will meet the artificial intelligence SHODAN. That governs them.
Set in a game that seems highly detailed and fascinating in a post-apocalyptic world, Eastward is a game that allows players to take an emotional journey across a vast landscape, fight monsters, solve puzzles, and even meet locals. The trailer for game
gives us a taste of the beauty provided. Fans of old RPGs will feel right at home here. You can definitely see the inspiration drawn from 90s animations, which makes this universe full of vibrancy yet warm.
In the atmospheric game trailer, developer Thunder Lotus managed to make a game about the appearance of death. As Stella, you will play the role of a ferry captain who has just passed away, creating memories and connecting with passengers along the way.
Watch the Spiritfarer trailer, showcasing a hand-drawn world carefully drawn with stunning art and animation. By allowing players to build their own ferry, Spiritfarer also includes many other tasks such as farming, mining, fishing, and cooking to keep you busy during the journey. The
developer SMG Studio / Devm Games has set himself the task of making one of the scariest events. Moving in, it’s fun, and after watching the trailer, it looks promising!
Moving out will see players participate in interesting moving puzzles alone or with partners. Don't worry; not only will you move the boxes in some sort of sliding puzzle room, the game trailer also shows players pulling objects from windows, dodge lasers, racing cars in busy lanes, and playing trains.
In this seemingly exciting puzzle game, be sure to find a friend to play with when this demo launches.
As you can guess from the name of the game, Röki is a game inspired by Scandinavian folklore. Players will embark on a journey to save their families, encountering stunning backdrops, strange creatures, and folklore-driven narratives along the way.
We can't wait to see what Polygon Tree House has in store for us. Solving puzzles and riddles in this unique wilderness seems to bring some interesting gameplay.
Independent game developer Greg Lobanov, Chicory is a top-down adventure game in which players can use magic brushes to solve puzzles and attempt to restore the colors of the world.
Players can use a paintbrush to paint anything they see as they explore a unique world that has lost its color. As well as helping local animal characters, this is also a cooperative title, giving you and your friends a chance to restore color together.
If you've been looking for a headline to follow up on Brain & Brain's impressive presentation in 2016, look no further. Wooden Nickel is a border adventure game set in the Old West, in which players use the daily newspapers to explore and navigate. Game
will see your actions affect the world around you, depending on how you played the day before. You will be able to make connections in the world to help solve mysteries, while making new friends and meeting new enemies.
Haven tells of Yu and Kay, two lovers who settled in an unknown world. The uniqueness of this title is that it allows you to control both characters at the same time, which includes even busy battle scenes during exploration.
This pastel-colored world created by The Game Bakers can be quickly explored as the player soars in the air. The second player can also join the action through the dropin cooperative system. The
celestial body may seem to be another important addition to the type of physics-based cooperative adventure. The player will control one of the two astronauts to navigate in a zero gravity environment and complete the mission while walking. These zero-gravity scenarios created by the developer of
2pt Interactive will push gamers to their limits as they try to adapt to a new way of thinking. Sometimes the task will be a simple puzzle-based construction; other times, you may work in the dark, frantically trying to repair your radio.
This psychedelic game takes players into the era of insane side scrolling action.
Developer Powerhoof is the second game on the list. The Drifter is another retro-style game that fans of old-school 2D point-and-click genres will love. This title is completely dubbed and places great emphasis on a puzzle-based story.
When you pick up the hobo, you can expect atmospheric gameplay. The trailer is paired with a contemplative synth soundtrack, which really helps set the atmosphere, because protagonist Mick emerges in this adventure thriller.
CARRION may be the darkest title on our list today. Calling itself a "reverse horror game", CARRION allows players to control a large amorphous creature that will track and devour prey.
As you progress in this impressively detailed 2D environment, you can grow and improve your creatures. There will be many places worth seeing here, and there are many devastating abilities available for use.
ends in a more pleasant way, this latest title sees players controlling a bird on a skateboard. We haven't had a great skating game for a while, but SkateBIRD has seen players struggle hard in a series of zoomed environments, letting their birds glide around staplers and kick and kick on pencils.
You can even increase your fans, because the more you skate, the better your performance. This title sounds interesting, and the laid-back, carefree atmosphere is perfect for reducing working hours.
If any of these games pique your interest, be sure to watch this year's game festival. This is a great opportunity to play various types of upcoming games. The
Game Festival will take place on December 12 at 10:00 AM
PT and will end on December 14 at the same time. Also, be sure to check out The Game Awards, which starts at 5:30 PM PST on Twitch, YouTube, and other streaming sites.
It looks like we'll be getting some exciting news in the next few days and we'll make sure to keep you up to date with any updates. Be sure to check back regularly for the latest news.