Five new Steam games you probably missed - March week 4, 2022

We all need a break from competitive multiplayer games now and then, sit back and enjoy something different and despite the popularity of competitive games, single-player games will always be at the core of video gaming culture. Here’s a fresh list of recently dropped games that you can buy on Steam, picked among various genres.


A mind boggling adventure on par with the legendary Kentucky Route Zero, Its aesthetics has been dubbed petroleum blues by the dev collective Geography of Robots. Norco is a sci-fi Southern Gothic point and click adventure that explores the industrial swamplands and decaying suburbs of South Louisiana, in a not so far, and not so surprising future dystopia.

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Release:‌ 24 Mar, 2022

Developer:‌ Raw Fury

Launch price:‌ $12.74

Oblivity - Find your perfect Sensitivity

This one is not much of a game but a game changer. The next generation of Aimlabs is here and it’s called Oblivity. Oblivity is a tool for FPS players that determines the perfect, intuitive mouse sensitivity based on your mouse movement data and your preferences. It has much needed features such as a sensitivity finder that will track your data throughout rounds using a different sensitivity and find the optimal solution for you and a converter so you can convert your ideal sensitivity from Oblivity to your favourite game in a 1:1 precision. Its innovative features look like a must have if your performance seems to be dropping in competitive games recently.

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Release:‌ 24 Mar, 2022

Developer:‌ Poly Games

Launch price:‌ $9.99

Syberia: The World Before

The legendary Syberia’s latest entry is out, alas with some bad news accompanying its release.

Syberia flopped somewhat with its 3rd game and disappointed older fans and put off newcomers alike but this time it hits that sweet spot between being a nostalgic point and click adventure and a slice of life thriller like Life Is Strange.

There are a lot of entertaining, logical puzzles in this game, and it's also rather long. But it also ends on a harsh cliffhanger, which is all the more painful given that the series' creative mind, the famous comic writer Benoît Sokal, has passed away during the game's development cycle. There's a lot to admire here, but sadly you'll probably leave feeling a little emptier than you'd begun.

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Release:‌ 18 Mar, 2022

Developer:‌ Microids Studio Paris

Launch price:‌ $39.99

Cat Museum

A 2D side-scrolling adventure game with a bizarre art style and an even bizarre story that feels like it came out of a Haruki Murakami novel.

A weird cat guards a museum in the midst of nowhere. A boy unexpectedly becomes the museum's manager and takes on the task of renovating the museum. He must search for secret clues and solve puzzles with this mischievous cat.

The further he travels, the closer he gets to the terrifying reality.

He recalls hearing thunderous shouts reverberating underneath the blood-red sky.

Time stood still, day and night blended into one, rubbles and trash littered the floor, and there was faint breathing beneath the wardrobe.

“From that surreal and distant childhood memory, what kind of monster is breeding within?”

Pretty Haruki Murakami indeed. It got me hooked.

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Release:‌ 17 Mar, 2022

Developer:‌ 751 Games

Launch price:‌ $4.99

League Manager 2022

If living and breathing esports in real life isn’t enough for you well;

League Manager 2022 lets you take over as the boss of an esports club. Choose your preferred team and the players you want to see on it. Train them and select a tactic that is appropriate for the team member and opponent's personalities. Make your favourite team win and become the most respected club in the world, it’s basically any other manager game. But the esports twist and real life references makes it bearable and a little bit interesting.

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Release:‌ 24 Mar, 2022

Developer:‌ AG SOFT

Launch price:‌ ‌$21.24