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As this month’s Steam Next Fest rolls on, a demo that’s worth your time is Beneath Oresa (opens in new tab), a roguelike deckbuilding game that adds some nice positional twists to the standard formula—as well as a heck of a lot of stylish animation. I rarely recommend games in this genre, which has exploded in popularity since Slay the Spire (opens in new tab), but I think that Beneath Oresa might have what it takes to join Monster Train alongside Slay the Spire as a great.

One of the reasons I think so? It has style. Your character whips, sprints, and turns around the 3D environments of the battlefield as you play cards. The swordsman you pilot in the demo goes into slo-mo superhero moments between strikes, the camera slowing as you play sequences of cards to make them look like a series of chained attacks.

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