After many years in development, struggling hard through the Greenlight phase and finally getting through the beta process, Reto-Moto's Heroes & Generals has officially launched on Steam's Early Access platform.
There's a new game in the works that aims to hearken back to the hey-day of futuristic racers and it's called Radial-G. The title is currently seeking a moderate baseline of funds over on Kickstarter as well as support on Steam's Greenlight service.
The upcoming aerial flight simulator from Gugila Games is starting to making headway in the design and development space, making advancements that gamers are sure to appreciate.
Every once in a while we manage to get around to discussing, sharing and exploring some of the more noteworthy gems from the Greenlight section of Steam, and today's offerings are most certainly a vote-worthy cache of titles.
Kraken Games is gearing up to bring Warside, it’s 2D cooperative online shooter, to the masses via Steam Greenlight and they’ve revealed all new details today concerning the factions, character types and classes that players will be taking control of.
There are a couple of interesting new games now available on Steam's Greenlight service looking to get a few up-votes and favorites from the Steam user community.
The boys and girls at Valve have greenlit 75 interactive entertainment titles, including a few games that have some gamers so far up in arms that you would think that a retirement home full of Republicans were forced to sign up for Obamacare.
A couple of new games have launched on Steam's Greenlight service, giving gamers a chance to scope out and vote for some noteworthy new indie games deserving of a bit of attention and a little bit of loving.
Three really cool games have managed to stand out on Steam's Greenlight, including the Metroid-inspired side-scroller, Reven, and the giant-mech-versus-super-giant-robot-monsters action game, Gigantic Army.
Dark Synergy Studios recently released a new reveal trailer for their Unreal Engine 4-powered first-person emergent title called Wake Up Call. If the name doesn't sound blockbustery enough that's because it's not a blockbuster game... it's an indie title.
50 games have been greenlit for the Steam store, graduating out of the steamy confines of the Greenlight community page and moving on toward bigger and brighter pastures on Steam's illustrious digital storefront... when they're ready.
A collection of new games have made their way to Steam's Greenlight service, where the community can look over and up-vote the games that tickle the fancy of those looking for something a little different.
Two more games of rather interesting qualities have joined Steam's Greenlight, and both games have garnered a bit of their own form of controversy just for being exactly what they are. Although, one is a little more controversial than the other... for obvious reasons.
Valve has just greenlit 100 games from the Greenlight service. That's right, 100 games. It's not all little, worthless, super no-name titles, either. Many of the games greenlit are titles that have been receiving some fair amount of coverage from media and the gaming community alike.
Are you the kind of gamer that longs desperately for the return of classic, fun titles that helped shape some of the past generations of console gaming? Well, the bigger publishers may not be concerned much with fun, nostalgia or historically poignant titles, but indie gamers care greatly about these things, as evidenced by Japanese designers hoping to bring PS2-style influenced titles to Steam.