New Steam Store Releases: Soma

One of the most talked-about games to hit the Steam Store this week is Frictional Games' underwater sci-fi horror title, Soma. The game looks to be a bit like Amnesia meets BioShock, which is interesting enough in itself. On top of that, it seems like the story might be worth the price of admission, alone. I don't know about you, but I will definitely be checking this one out at some point.

Also new this week, Blood Bowl 2, a (so far) pretty tepidly-received enhanced port of Final Fantasy V, and an epically crazy sci-fi twin stick shooter called Assault Android Cactus. Talk about a dark descent, then proceed further to see more of this week's new releases.

  • Soma (Frictional Games, Single-player, $29.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • Blood Bowl 2 (Focus Home Interactive, Single & Multi-player, $44.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • Final Fantasy V (Square Enix, Single-player, $15.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • Assault Android Cactus (Witch Beam, Single-player & Co-op, $14.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • A Fistful of Gun (Devolver Digital, Single & Multi-player, $12.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • Laserlife (Choice Provisions, Single-player, $14.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • TowerClimb (Davioware & Quazi, Single-player & Co-op, $14.99) (Controller Support)
  • Concrete Jungle (ColePowered Games, Single-player & Co-op, $15.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • BloodLust Shadowhunter (WRF Studios, Single-player, $12.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)
  • One Ship Two Ship Redshift Blueshift (HYPYRYL, Single-player & Co-op, $8.99) (Controller Support, Steam Achievements)

[Image: Frictional Games]