Steam Link Spotlight is a feature where we look at PC games that play exceptionally well using the Steam Link. Our last entry was Sin Slayers. Read about how it’s a great mobile experience over here.
Much like the last entry, this week’s spotlight is on a combat-focused rpg I didn’t know much about going into. Might is Right has a really old-school feel. You have a main character that you use to wander over a map to complete quests, which usually revolve around fighting parties of enemies.
There’s some more to it than that, but not much more. Might is Right likes to keep things simple, which is part of why it works so well on touch screens. The game seems to have been designed to let you play it with a mouse exclusively, so using the direct cursor input mode on the Steam Link app works like a charm.
I don’t know if I’d be that into Might is Right playing it on a PC, but in the mobile format there is something appealing about it. It is a nice game that you can play in a half-distracted way while still feeling like you’re engaging with something of substance. This makes it feel much more appropriate as a second screen game as opposed to something you’d focus a dedicated play session on.
This is all to say that Might is Right felt so suited to mobile that I actually had to double-check to make sure it wasn’t already available on the App Store. Check the video above to see how well Might is Right controls using Steam Link.