The controversial action game Hatred debuted on Steam Greenlight earlier today. Valve removed the game shortly afterward. So what happened there?
A couple of exciting new games have managed to join Steam's Greenlight service, including the physically hilarious Gang Beasts, the visually impressive Woolfe: Redhood Diaries, and the retrotastically awesome Galactic Princess.
50 brand smacking new games have been greenlit for Steam. A ton of these games are actually pretty cool, including one of my own personal favorites, Aces Wild.
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.
If you combined parkour titles Vector and Mirror's Edge with the puzzle elements of a Metroidvania game and the neon-grim art-style from games like Blood Dragon, you'll get Anthony Beyer's Interference, a game that combines all of the above into one unique platformer.
Ashtree Works released a new debut trailer for their sci-fi stealth game Paradise Lost: First Contact. The trailer arrives alongside a concept page on Steam Greenlight that gauges user interest in the upcoming side-scroller that combines a lot of interesting concepts into an intriguing premise.
32 games have been greenlit for Steam via Steam Greenlight. Valve recently announced the games that have been greenlit, including highly popular fan favorites, one of which has blasted past its Kickstarter goal and is aiming to arrive for Nintendo's Wii U.
Midgar Studios (named after the famous Final Fantasy location) has decided to elevate their game and attempt to bring back the classic JRPG gameplay style with their indie title, Edge of Eternity: Last Day of Universe.
Imagine a game that combines Terraria with The Legend of Zelda with Super Mario World and you have yourself a little something-something called Everworld Island. The game combines the creative emergent elements found in many other indie games out there while also combining the likes of traditional platforming titles.
A wacky and colorful new point and click adventure game has found its way onto Steam's Greenlight called Detective Case and Clown Bot In: Murder in the Hotel Lisbon. The new game takes a completely different route to way the point and click genre is presented and adds some extra flair by giving the game an overtly cartoony feel.
The Glorious PC Master Race oftentimes talk about how great their computers are; how the graphics are amazing and the framerates are graciously heavenly. Well, one thing the PC Master Race doesn't talk about is how bloated the system folders can be and how much memory they take up and how cluttered they can become, etc. Well, one game is taking a vice of the PC Master Race and turning it into a virtue.
Valve celebrates the one year anniversary of Steam Greenlight. Nintendo announces the 2DS and Microsoft unveils a ton of day one DLC. These stories and more in this edition of the Weekly Recap.
A murder-mystery Metroidvania-style, platform, shooting, action, suspense-thriller (yes it hits just about every genre you could imagine) has landed on Steam's Greenlight and is currently seeking funds on Kickstarter.
Dragonfly is set within a tech-noir society that's about a few trash cans and rusty coiled cables away from being called “cyberpunk”. Players fly around in hovercars, out-running gangsters, partaking in races and pulling off all other sorts of tech-noir related activities in a futuristic city.