BioShock or Soma? Guess the game from Steam reviews only!

PC Gaming Weekspot has everything you need for a weekly video podcast about PC games. We chat with all the latest news, review the latest games, and interact with each other while trying to guess the video game from Steam reviews alone.

This week is a moving roller coaster.

Since it started, all editions of the Mystery Steam Review have focused on a particular year, but this week we’re trying to do something a little different. We decided to test each other in a video game with a water-based setting. So think of a game that’s underwater, or that has some form or shape that has a big element like a liquid.

It may go back a few years in the future, but getting wet was a huge success, so for the time being I will continue to choose themes. Next week, all games will need to be set up in the UK. There is room for some wiggles. You can’t choose an F1 game to claim that Silverstone is eligible, but you can choose a game that travels the world, including memorable missions set in the UK. Yeah … you can see that this is also causing the problem. At the very least, if you have problems, you can refer to The Rule Bible ™.

It can be difficult to gather your thoughts while yelling at each other, but I want to know how many answers you have answered correctly. Jump to the comments section and let people praise you 6 to 6. But if you need real praise, paste some links to your great talent impressions in the comments.

If you like this, you can enjoy all the episodes of this week’s PC Game Weekspot. Matthew provided a vocal version of Ghost Runner Runner, talked about how much he enjoyed Little Nightmares 2, and talked about the next steps in Kojima Productions.

If you’re new to this, check out last week’s Mystery Steam Reviews. It contained clues to Far Cry 3, which divided the country.

Mystery Steam Results

For those who don’t know or need a review.

Brought by both Corum and Matthew three Steam reviews to the MSR Arena (yes, arena), but omit the names of the games covered by each review. Opponents need to guess the game correctly. 1 correct answer = 1 point.

While both combatants have 90 seconds For each Mystery Steam review, there is help in the form of three lifelines. These can be used at any stage of the battle, pausing the 2-minute timer. Each lifeline can only be used once.

Question Anyone on the hotsheet can ask a simple “yes” or “no” question unless the question is “the name of the game”. [insert name of the game here]..When Second opinion When used, a man sitting in a warm chair can hear a second Steam review of the same game.And when Genre When is activated, the game genre is revealed to a man with a fiery ass.

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