We all know that everything has gone digital these days. Even the gaming experience has gone that way; in fact, the gaming industry is one of the first to fully take advantage of digital experiences. With companies like Steam, gaming has become a lot easier to access. Steam is a digital distribution platform that allows for easier and more accessible multiplayer gaming and social networking. Steam offers gamers so many features; it’s no doubt why players keep signing up for it and buying games—regardless of how expensive they are. And trust us, the tags on some of these games are pretty steep. To show you just by how much, here’s a list of the 5 most expensive games on Steam.
Emission VR - $102
Released in 2016, this zombie game has one goal—to kill as many zombies in as many corridors as possible. What makes this game amazing is the fact that it’s in virtual reality. We all know that this platform has been improving in more recent years, and the developers of the game, VRSpec Team, have really nailed this one on the head. If you want a true zombie thriller experience, you can’t go wrong with this game. You can play Emission VR on the HTC Vive and Oculus Rift. It’s a truly exciting game, and if you’re willing to shell out the amount, you might be in for a terrifying experience. Otherwise, find a different zombie game if the $102 is just too much to spend. We understand.
Crazy Stone Deep Learning – The First Edition - $82
This game is unique in a sense that it’s the digitized version of an ancient British board game that’s about 2,500 years old. This game was simply called, “Go.” Interested yet? Go is a game of skill that’s almost similar to chess in some way. Apparently, this game is a game for masters, and that no rookie could ever get this game. You’d have to be a master already and play with a master to really take full advantage of the money you’re spending on this game. It may sound like a very limited game off the bat but it might be worth it. We say forget the master’s clause and just go for it. You never know. You might have the knack for it off the bat.
X-Plane 11 - $74
Developed by Laminar Research, there’s no better flying simulation game out right now than this one right here. It’s fairly new being released only last year, so it’s got a lot of modern advances. It’s intuitive and highly realistic compared to other flying games. You’ll really appreciate the 3D cockpit and all the other effects such as the sound. If you appreciate travel and geography at all, you’ll also appreciate all the living airports and sceneries from all over the world. The details alone will be shocking, and it’ll make you want to play the game better. This will take time, as we understand that the game is actually hard to do.
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony - $67
This adventure game is actually quite popular among gamers. With over 1,500 reviews and most of them positive, you really can’t go wrong. The basic plot of the story is that you have 16 people trapped inside a school, and it’s a hunting and killing game. It’s the ultimate murder-mystery to solve, and from what we gather, this game can be quite addicting. Never mind the violent factor. It’s almost countered by the fact that the graphics are all cartoonish. Even then, it’s a worthy game to play; you’d just have to decide if you’re willing to spend over $60 for it.
Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon - $67
You’ve got three beautiful friends that are tricked by darkness. They have to find each other again to be the light to guide everyone else. It’s really not as crazy as it may sound just now. This RPG game actually has a lot of good reviews, and it might be worth the spend if you’re into the stuff. That stuff we’re talking about is the storyline. We think that it’s worth it, as you’ll get plenty of good visuals in this game.
Written by Garrett Parker
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