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10 Games you might have missed in July

July has been a great month for gaming

This has been an exciting month for gaming (especially the Nintendo Switch, Splatoon 2 anyone?) but a number of hidden gems were released this month which you might have missed. Luckily, we’re here to help make sure you find these wonderful games.


Kirby’s Blowout Blast

If you weren’t paying attention to the Nintendo YouTube channel then you would have missed the trailer for this new Kirby game. That’s right, there’s a brand new Kirby game available for the 3DS. However, it doesn’t have very high review scores so some Nintendo fans might want to give this game a miss after all. Kirby fans should certainly be able to enjoy the gameplay however.


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered

Activision quietly released Modern Warfare Remastered as it’s own individual game this month. The timed exclusivity with PlayStation 4 has run out and the game is now available on PC, Xbox One and also PS4. While many are enjoying the game, the PC community is letting Activision know what they really think and it’s not positive at all. According to reviews, the game is filled with microtransactions and there’s barely any players for the PC multiplayer. If you’ve been waiting to grab this game then you might want to pick up a copy on console instead if you want to enjoy the multiplayer.


The Darkside Detective

This indie game has been on our radar for quite some time now and the final release version is great. Players take control of Detective Francis McQueen who is the lead investigator of the Darkside Division which specializes in the occult. There are only six cases to play through but each one introduces new villains such as demons and cultists for the player to catch. Each investigation is relatively short but the humour makes up for this.

We should have a full review of this game coming later next month.

If you investigate Steam enough you’ll find this link to the Store page.


The Letter – Horror Visual Novel

We always try to include at least one horror game a month since there can be some nice ones and The Letter is a fantastic one. This visual novel has a plenty of scares and a great atmosphere. It’s inspired by classic Asian horror films which should tell you everything you need to know about the game. It features a branching narrative with seven playable characters who are all fall victim to a curse which plagues the mansion they’re in. In short, it’s a choice driven horror game. Horror fans should definitely check this game out.

If you’re brave enough to play it, you can fine The Letter on Steam here. We should have a review of this game coming in the near future so stay tuned!


The Low Road

This dark spy adventure puts players in control of rookie agent Noomi Kovacs as she navigates her way through her first job. She’ll need to exploit her colleagues to further her dream of becoming a traveling secret agent. However, they soon discover that things are not what they seem at her place of work and she’s forced to travel The Low Road as manipulation, lying and blackmail become her most powerful abilities.

It’s a very interesting game filled with puzzles, branching moral dilemmas and a cast of unique characters. This is certainly one adventure game worth checking out. Our full review of this game will be coming later this week.

For now though, you can find the game on Steam here.


Blind Men

While Dream Daddy is an amazing visual novel style dating simulator, it overshadowed the release of this game. Blind Men is a parody of spy fiction which can either be played as a parody game or as a more serious spy adventure. It follows the nephew of a retired super villain who wants to become one himself so he sets out to complete a crime so he can fill out his application form for the League of Evil. Naturally, it doesn’t quite go his way.

There are only two characters to romance in the game but there are several different possible endings. Plus, it’s a relatively cheap game which makes up for its short length. Despite being short, Blind Men is an entertaining tale that Visual Novel fans should enjoy.

You can find the game on Steam here.


Hobbo: Tough Life

While this game does need quite a bit of polishing, it’s still a very unique idea which is great to see. Players take the role of a homeless person who needs to survive by dealing with hunger, the upcoming winter and a hostile environment. Life on the streets is difficult and merciless. There’s danger everywhere and the player must do whatever is necessary to survive including steal, pickpocket and begging. The game can be played solo or online with other players who are all fighting to survive as well.

It’s certainly an interesting game however, it is in Early Access right now with no official release date.


Children of Zodiarcs

Tactical RPG fans rejoice as there’s a brand new one entering the field of battle. Children of Zodiarcs is set in the fantasy world of Lumus which is divided by affluence and poverty. Players take control of Nahmi and other outcasts with a unique deck and dice based combat system with the aim of damaging the profit being made by the elites on the blood and suffering of others. The grop end up in the slums and pits of the underworld which are filled with armed guards, rival gangs, psychotic criminals and even cannibals.

If you’d like to try out the unique combat system for yourself then here’s the Steam Store page link. It’s also available for the PS4.


Serial Cleaner

This unusual action game puts players in control of The Cleaner, a professional crime scene cleaner for the mob. It combines stealth with action where you need to sneak around crime scenes to clean up the blood, hide the bodies and remove evidence under the nose of cops who are guarding the crime scene. It’s not an easy job but someone has to do it! Serial Cleaner is a 2D game with a 70’s style which really makes it stand out.

Fancy some cleaning? You can find it on Steam here but it’s also available for the PS4 and Xbox One.



There are many games in this genre now and Ark: Survival Evolved is at the top of the list but Animallica is looking to make it’s mark in the open world survival-adventure genre. And it certainly seems to be doing just that.

After a series of disasters on Earth, players are placed in control of a special facility which aims to gather and preserver many species of plants and animals for future re-population of the planet. However, disaster has struck and the main base is destroyed. Players are left stranded in the sanctuary with nothing but a small knife and must either rebuild the base or just attempt to survive in the untamed world.

Anyone looking to survive in a new untamed world can find the game on Steam here. Be warned however, it is still in Early Access.


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