I have featured some fairly obscure games on my site, and you may wonder how I find them all. I have one word for you – Steam. What is it? It’s a service which works with thousands of developers to feature their games for you to buy. The store interface is great, but what really stands out is their recommendations. They really tailor to your previous purchases and you can customize the tags included in the search. You can see customer reviews, similar games, videos and screenshots. You can build a wish list of up to 50 games and follow many more. When one of the items on your wish list goes on sale, they’ll email you. There are many free games as well.
They also arrange “discovery queues” for you, which is where I find most of the obscure games. They pick 11 games for you, and you can say whether you want to follow it, add it to your wish list or are not interested. The queue gets smarter as you go.
Steam is more than just a store, though, it’s also a way to keep your PC games organized. Every game that you purchase from Steam is listed in your library, which you can categorize however you see fit. You can also add non-Steam games to this library as well. If you’re not a Steam member, I would strongly recommend it, as this is where all of the best PC gaming is these days.