6 Steam (PC) Games of the Week You Can’t Miss

Game news 6 Steam (PC) Games of the Week You Can’t Miss

Like every week, here’s your weekly dose of Steam games. And you know it, sometimes it’s hard to find your way through this PC catalog. But don’t worry because JV is for you! The program from 20 to 26 June: strategy, adventure and action. In short, everything you need for a good time. Ready? So let’s go!

Planet Zoo: Save Pack

If you like management games, you probably know the very good Planet Zoo released in November 2019 on PC. Well, all this time, the game from the Frontier studio has pleased with new content additions: the latest, “Planet Zoo: Save Pack“, will be there from June 21. As the name suggests, the DLC emphasizes saving the planet by signingarrival of five protected species in the players’ parks: the Przewalski’s horse, the Amur leopard, the scimitar-horned oryx, the siamang and the axolotl. With over 150 new ecology and nature elements, you’ll have to create a paradise for these animals, as well as for your visitors. Not forgetting that there is also a new scenario “Shelter of Turtle Rock”, where you will need to save, raise a lot of creatures.

Oddworld: Soulstorm Enhanced Edition

We continue to bring back to Steam the icon of the 90s: Oddworld, namely Oddworld: Soulstorm Enhanced Edition. If you don’t understand much of the news about licenses, know what this is. Sequel to Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasy, a remake of the very first part of Abe’s Odyssey, originally released in 1997. In fact, the hero Abe and his comrades have escaped from the clutches of the RuptureFarms company and continue their escape. And of course there are many enemies and traps along the way. As we explained to you in our game test, “Soulstorm is a platform game (…) that requires running, jumping, avoiding traps – owning enemies and getting into unsettling places filled with ‘armed opponents’. All with weapons that can be crafted on the fly. In short, a great adventure to live or relive!

Anvil Saga (Early Access)

This time we take on a management game that seems very enjoyable! Anvil Saga plunges you straight into the Hundred Years War. Suffice it to say that this is no joy at the time, and that many trials await the world. While you, as a blacksmith, are at the center of it all, doing your best to turn your small business into a successful business. “But the path leading you to descendants will be littered with pitfalls,” the project’s Steam page reports. Therefore, you have to manage relationships with all the passing characters, whether they are bandits, lords, priests, or even French or British soldiers. Obviously, Anvil Saga is split into two parts, one for upgrading the forge and the other for relationship management. Because accepting a faction’s request can have serious consequences. But don’t neglect your own team!

6 Steam (PC) Games of the Week You Can't Miss

For the most nostalgic of you, check out the upcoming release of two compilations: Sonic Origins and Capcom Fighting Collection. First, it’s easy, you’ll be able to (re)discover the main titles famous blue hedgehog, in: Sonic The Hedgehog, Sonic The Hedgehog 2, Sonic 3 & Knuckles and Sonic CD. All thanks to the sober remaster, which still includes some new features, in particular special levels through the museum. In another case, thisthe golden age of Capcom fighting games which you can enjoy especially with Hyper Street Fighter II, Darkstalkers and Cyberbots. Cult games that this time welcome the online dimension and even something to ease access for newbies. Yes, there is a system to save at any time and another to quickly perform tricks.

  • Sound origin: June 23
  • Capcom Fighting: June 24

AI: SOMNIUM FILES – nirvanA Initiative

Do you like slightly upbeat investigation games? Then you’ll love AI: The Somnium Files – a nirvanA initiative, the sequel to the first game AI: The Somnium Files. A Case That Begins Under Very Mysterious Circumstances: Six Years Ago found the right half of the body. The left half surfaced only after six years in very good condition, with no signs of decomposition, as if the victim had just died. For your part, you take on the role of Special Agent Mizuki, who is accompanied by Aiba, his AI assistant. We don’t know much more at this point, except that the first episode was hugely popular and this sequel appears to be based on scenes as weird as they are fabulous. I’m sure the game will leave us with more than one surprise. Come on, let’s get ready for the upcoming release!