Quebec video game demos to try during the Steam Next Fest event

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Quebec video game demos to try during the Steam Next Fest event

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A free demo of the game “Turbo Kid” is offered on the Steam site.

The upcoming video game demo festival is in full swing on Valve's Steam site. On the menu: hundreds of PC titles to try for free, including a few from Quebec studios. Here is a preview.

People who have been waiting for a few years now for the video game Season, from the Montreal studio Scavengers, starring a black woman, will be able to get a glimpse of the title's playability. Seasonis a narrative adventure game where you have to collect artifacts while exploring your environment. The studio still doesn't have an expected release date for the title.

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The Parabole studio in Quebec City signs the second episode of the interactive and narrative story Kona, which immerses players in 1970, in the middle of a blizzard in a small mining village in northern Canada. Detective Carl Faubert tries to survive while investigating supernatural mysteries in the region. The release date is unknown at this time.

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A Horror Game in point and click which explores the mores of the Quebec population of the 19th century, it is the mission of Olivier Leclair, the founder of the Montreal studio Chien d'or, who develops the game The Whispering Valley. A demo of the title which takes place in the fictional village of Sainte-Monique-des-Monts is offered on the Steam site, and its release is scheduled for 2022.

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The Montreal studio Outerminds signs the next pixel art game inspired by the Canadian post-apocalyptic film Turbo Kid (2015). The release date of the title, which plunges us straight into the 90s, has not yet been announced, but the curious and curious can straddle a BMX bike now thanks to a free demo on the Steam site.

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Live streams of video game demos are also on the schedule for the Steam Next Fest event, which runs online until October 10. .

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