Some of the most anticipated indie titles due out this year have officially been greenlit to appear on Steam's store. Some of the games now officially approved for Steam Store acceptability includes the highly praised Dead State, the very popular City of Steam and the always controversial Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures.
As noted in the very brief but informative post from Valve...
Valve today revealed the Sixth set of games and software titles to advance through Steam Greenlight and be offered worldwide distribution via the popular platform for games and software.
Additional games added to the roster includes Agarest: Generations of War, Dead Trigger, Elsword and the surprising entry of Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey. I was a little shocked that the last one wasn't already available on Steam. Oh well, better late to the party than never having showed up at all.
A few other notable entries includes Planet Explorers, the terraforming questing game that expands the emergent genre by a few fold, and Faceless, the unofficial Slenderman game that pits players against the Faceless One.
You can check out the complete list of games that have been greenlit below or visit the Official Steam Greenlight Page to learn more about the process or vote for your favorite title. And for crying out loud, why has Edge of Space not been greenlit yet?
Agarest: Generations of War
Angry Video Game Nerd Adventures
Battle Worlds: Kronos
City of Steam
Dreamfall Chapters: The Longest Journey
Legend of Dungeon