5 Games in 5 Minutes does exactly what it says on the tin. We have a number of games which we are either too busy or are simply not worth playing fully. With these games it is difficult to provide a full and accurate review. So, instead, we briefly play the game (enough to garner a decent first impression) and then quickly give you the run-down in one minute. It is designed to give you a quick impressions of a few smaller games to see whether or not it will pique your fancy.
Of course it is completely possible that some games we cover in 5G5M will catch more of our interest in which case you can possibly expect a bit more coverage of them in the form of a full Final Thoughts On (or in the case of Early Access titles a My Thoughts On) or even a written review.
In this episode of 5 Games in 5 Minutes, Tim will give us a quick look at the following games:
Day of Infamy by New World Interactive. From the creators of Insurgency, a WW2 first-person shooter comfortably between realistic and challenging and pumping FPS action.
8-Bit Invaders by Petroglyph: an old-school RTS with some nifty blocky pixel style graphics.
DeSync by The Foregone Syndicate: a crazy FPS with a crazy Tron-like retro aesthetic.
We Need to Go Deeper by Deli Interactive: a super fun multiplayer roguelike where you and your friends delve into the depths of the ocean in a submarine.
Space Hulk Deathwing by Streum On Studio and Cyanide Interactive: yet another FPS, this time set in the world of Warhammer 40K, in which you take on the roll of a space marine terminator.