Games On The Horizon

This is a new exploration of 3 early access games on Steam for the moment that are in the segment for our new Podcast: here. While most have mixed reviews on steam at the moment, the first one Saelig has a strong small following with mostly positive reviews. Clearly, it's about how soon this all released and how each group tailored expectations.


At its core SÆLIG is a trading and management game centered around the accumulation of wealth, and the prosperity of your household. You will be in charge of managing the life and affairs of a young Anglo-Saxon in the kingdom of Wessex, a kingdom at constant war with Viking Kingdom. It is in this world that you must find a way to thrive, and make a name for your family.  Tastes a lot like the guild just earlier and it runs differently.

Haven’t had had a chance to play yet. Sounds like a different kind of strategy game much like the rest of this list. Should prove to be interesting, because Saxons really.

Black Death

A catastrophic plague has left a trail of destruction across 14th century Europe. Survivors confront sickness and scarce resources in a land rife with banditry. Attempt to find a cure, acquire power, learn skills and adapt to survive.

A multiplayer game in which players attempt to stop a disease from taking over. Players are Plague Doctors learning to prevent and halt the spread of this disease.

This first person multiplayer game, has players trying to figure out a quite substantial amount of information in hopes of being successful.


The Guild 3

Continuation of the Guild series. Players play as a family of merchants and try to cement control through their wealth and power. Some new features are secret societies, improved graphics and logic, multiplayer capabilities. So far it has entered open access in a very early and rough stage of development.  

Seems promising, is not stable at the moment, they are putting work into it frequently. The only real knock on it is it was released early. Should rise to the standards of previous.


Between this and the others which would you like to see explored on Twitch, and/or YouTube series? Comment bellow here on this post, and I shall gather the results.