hey /m/ guess im here to tell you guys that i found 2 new games on steam that are mech that i didn't know about before/never heard discussed. one released like 10 days ago. http://store.steampowered.com/app/266470/ and this one http://store.steampowered.com/app/313980/
this one that didn't really interest me because frankly it looks stupid http://store.steampowered.com/app/298520/ finally this one too http://store.steampowered.com/app/313730/ which i also have no interest in.
I'm actually waiting for Sunrider to finish. I got to about 3/4ths of the game until I quit out of sheer frustration. Apparently, I needed to git gud some. My tip: kill everything on sight unless it's an escape mission (otherwise you'd be swamped eventually) because money for upgrades is a big ass problem later.
thanks for reminding me of sunrider, I recently ran into computer trouble and since it isn't in my library forgot to re-download it.
some other M games on steam are astebreed, which is like ZOE as a railshooter,
Gigantic army, which is a very militaristic mech style action platformer like the old NES mech games,
and I'm not sure how good gun-metal is but it is on steam and you can turn into a jet macross style.
I bet something bad is going to happen, like World War 3 or something similar and stop all of these games from being finished. Yeah, that'd be just about my luck when it comes to these things.
Weapon variety or just balance? I'm not on the early access and I also read that the dev doesn't plan on adding sci-fi weapons like particle cannons and whatnot.
its good for tanky, support types, and snipers. not many other classes are viable. also support class is so much better than chromehounds. if you have steam get it http://store.steampowered.com/app/280440/
2nd question, I have a huge hardon for first person mech combat, in the video I see grainy camera views. Is that a scope or can I play with a grainy camera for immersion. I'm not a huge fan of 3rd person combat.
So you're often forced into playing 3rd person? Can't have 'em all, I guess.
I dunno if its /m/ but Guns of Icarus Online is fun as fuck. Teams of 4 have to crew airships and duke it out with other airships. Then you have components getting damaged, flames sprouting up, having to rush around and do damage control and try to keep your shit afloat while you gunners run from turret to turret hoping to get the enemy off your back.
Yeah, its pretty cool. Got it the other day for $5
I dunno if a game can be "obscure" if it's on every giant youtube channel with a bunch of vi- oh wait was that a joke
what's the opinion on gunhound EX? 15 is 5 more than I usually pay for a 2d platformer so I wanna know if it's good before I consider getting it
>Interested in generic mech action game and quasi mech sim
>game with gravity based mechanics "frankly... looks stupid"
This is a hell worse than /v/. That's probably the deepest in terms of gameplay of what you posted.