Following on from the spring event in March and a summer one in June, the Steam Game Festival made a return from 07 to 13 October 2020 with the Autumn Edition. Hundreds of demos were made available to gamers for the week along with livestreams from the developers.
As this weird year progresses, I’m finding myself less and less enthusiastic about digital expos like this. I miss the buzz that comes from thousands of people with a shared love of video games being in a packed exhibition hall and getting the chance to chat to creators in person. But I can’t deny that being able to play demo for such titles in the comfort and peace of my own home comes with benefits, a much better environment for experiencing the kind of narrative titles I love.
Here’s a round-up of the games that caught my eye this…
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