Top 5 Recent €15-€20 Steam Games Worth Buying Full Price

Picking the right Steam games can be hard, so here are 5 good ones.

By Daavpuke, Posted 15 Jul 2015

In recent years, the Steam storefront has become overrun with games and it’s getting increasingly hard to pick a winner out of the pack. So many crappy titles chip away at the faith of the platform, so going in search for that one gem can be particularly draining these days. That’s why we will do it for you.

Top 5 €15-€20 Steam games worth buying full price

In particular, once games start climbing into two-digit territory in the price range, people don’t want to risk going in, even with the new refund system. Can’t “test” games forever, so we picked five games between €15 and €20 that are worthwhile to pick up. This price range is highly successful in sales, according to recent stats, though a lot of it is found in sales. In accordance to some developers fighting against the race to the bottom recently, we picked these particular games to urge the desire to purchase most of these products at full price without regret, right now.

Here are the top 5 recent, “pricey” Steam games that can be bought for their full amount, worry-free:

Into the Stars

5. Into The Stars

Publisher Iceberg Interactive has taken a liking to space sci-fi and knows by now how to pick a winner. Into the Stars is a project from some major developer veterans, who previously worked on games like Battlefield or Lost Planet. As such, the strategy title with survival elements built in the Unreal Engine 4 is using that expertise to look absolutely stunning. As Into the Stars is in Early Access, it’s a rather slow burn right now, which is why the visual stimuli are highly appreciated. Those who like FTL: Faster Than Light may find some similarities in this randomized fight for survival.

Guild of Dungeoneering

4. Guild of Dungeoneering

We’ve been following Guild of Dungeoneering for a while and its cute, hand-drawn crawler mechanisms and card game hybrid have grown out into quite the epic experience. Players send off an adventurer into a dungeon, which needs to be built, corridor by corridor, with certain cards. Other cards place monsters or even loot in the room that will grow the adventurer’s lust for glory. For those tired of the usual random dungeon endeavors, the cute yet thorough design Guild of Dungeoneering is definitely refreshing. The game’s quality grew to an extent that Versus Evil, the publisher of The Banner Saga, brought it in.

The Red Solstice

3. The Red Solstice

Survival games are so omnipresent on Steam that it’s hard to not repeat genres, but The Red Solstice is in the “one of the good ones” category, for sure. Slowly yet steadily curated over a lengthy Early Access period, this cooperative-focused game is dark, menacing and exhilarating. Missions boil down to simply overcoming the onslaught of monstrous activity around the team and home base, with added randomness for replay value. Recently, The Red Solstice also added a singleplayer feature, for those who really don’t want to bother with the whole multiplayer aspect. If you miss the soon ending discount, it’s still worth it.

Holy Potatoes A Weapon Shop

2. Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?!

Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! is about as ridiculous as it sounds. Players take care of a weapon shop managed by a selection of sentient potatoes. In line of unique games like Weapon Shop De Omasse, the goal here is not the adventure itself, but preparing others for quests. Build weapons to give to heroes, who will then be able to do their job better, depending on the forged items. For even more hilarity, the simulation game is filled with weird pop culture references and random events. Working a menial job has rarely been this fun.

Rocket League

1. Rocket League

Here’s the great thing about Rocket League: The game’s success is pretty much built around word of mouth alone, as media attention for the car football game has been a bit low. Without much press, the frantic arcade title was able to get to Steam’s Top Seller position by simply being good. When people say “just make a good game,” they mean this exact thing. Its predecessor managed to get millions of downloads on PS3 and the game is on its way to charm crowds again. Play football with a car; what more needs to be said? Go play Rocket League.

Daav Valentaten, NoobFeed (@Daavpuke)

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