5 Best Steam Games

Are you a gamer? We have put together a list of the best 5 Steam games for you and we believe you’ll definitely want to get them.
  • Are you a gamer? We have put together a list of the best 5 Steam games for you and we believe you’ll definitely want to get them.

If you are an avid PC gamer, you definitely should be aware of the Steam platform and that it’s the best website to look for great games. Steam has more than 23,000 games available for users.

The advantage of Steam is that you can purchase a game, download it via a special app and install it as often as you need with automatic updates included.

The abundance of options becomes the only dilemma for such catalogue websites, be it a gaming, movie or TV portal. Of course, having a choice is not that bad, but it is easy to get lost in Steam’s variety of games, special offers, game giveaways and finally realize you have a list of titles you have never heard of.  

To help with the choice, we have collected some of our favorite Steam games here, including some good old ones and just released titles. 

5 Best Steam Games: Kenshi

The best and most popular Steam games are often those that aren’t found anywhere else. We are talking about sophisticated RPGs and strategy games that require your PC to be enhanced for gaming. The first game we are suggesting here, Kenshi, is a perfect example.

Kenshi is a sandbox, squad-based RPG where you are free to roam around anywhere you want. Choose any role you want to be within a massive world: build a home for yourself or be a trader, a thief, a rebel, a warlord, set off on an adventure, or become a farmer, a slave, or just food for the cannibals. Explore new gadgets and machinery, craft new gear. This might become your best game of the day if you get really involved. Get ready for long hours and hours of gameplay, as life is a game!

5 Best Steam Games: What Remains of Edith Finch

What Remains of Edith Finch is a set of bizarre legends about a family in Washington state. As Edith, you’ll travel around the colossal Finch house where you grew up, looking for stories while she analyzes her family history and tries to find out the reason why she's the only one in her family left alive. Explore the story of life and death of every family member by examining the preserved relics. Sounds a bit grim, but it’s actually very realistic and engaging rather than depressing. Play as if you are a character in an interactive movie where you can’t actually fail, just get lost. The whole game will take you 2-3 hours to play. If you like longer games, this is not your case, especially since it’s not a freebie game: its price tag is now at 60% OFF, which makes it $7.99. Not a bad deal at the moment. If you’ve played and enjoyed Firewatch, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture or Gone Home, you’ll love What Remains of Edith Finch and will never regret buying it.

5 Best Steam Games: Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom

The very first issue of Ni No Kuni game was created in cooperation with Japanese animation professionals at Studio Ghibli. The second edition of the game is not, but preserves the same fascinating art style. Join the young king Evan as he sets out on an epic quest to find a new kingdom and, with the help of some new friends, unite his world, saving its people from disastrous evil.

The second release alters the way you fight. This time, instead of training avatars to protect you, Ni No Kuni II has an enjoyable online battle system. You are in charge of three warriors with fast, slow and magic attacks, and possess the ability to evade. You are getting a more action-packed touch this time. 

While Ni No Kuni II is an action-adventure RPG, when you progress in the game you realize it is not all about action though. You construct a kingdom that helps your characters earn bonuses. 

All in all, the story of part II is more ordinary than that of part I of the game due to lack of Ghibli’s involvement. However, it is packed with fantasy fuel and it’s more engaging and entertaining than your regular game. We should admit that creators of games that are sold on Steam, unlike with software giveaways, rarely give away their games for free. You may want to check Steam for special offers if you want to grab one of these games.

5 Best Steam Games: Into the Breach

This elegant sci-fi strategy epic game constructed by the team behind Faster than Light, is one of our best-loved PC games of the decade. In this game you are to control powerful mechs from the future to vanquish an alien invasion. 

Each attempt to save the world presents a new randomly generated challenge in this turn-based strategy game. It has the tactical purity of chess. During your play, you can upgrade your mechs to increase your chances. The final impression is that Into the Breach is intelligent and misleadingly deep.

5 Best Steam Games: Surviving Mars

When you take your first look at Surviving Mars screenshots, it may seem like The Sims: Red Planet edition. Though we’d describe it as Sim City meets The Martian.

You will face many challenges to overcome during the game. Bring your strategy to life and improve your colony’s chances of survival while unlocking the mysteries of this alien world. Are you ready? Mars is awaiting you.

Improper allocation of resources in Sim City or Civilization may make your inhabitants angry, or downgrade your income. But in Surviving Mars it can result in a chain reaction that may cause life support systems to fail. 

The game’s interface needs enhancement, but its endurance approach to city construction is irresistible. 

So guys, was your favorite game on our list? Hope this list was useful to those who are in search of something new and awesome. Whether you prefer to purchase Steam games or grab a game giveaway, one thing is for sure, and that is that you must love PC gaming as much as we do if you read this listing till the end! Thank you.

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