What the… ANOTHER impressive batch? That’s two weeks in a row. Seems people have finally taken to voting on the good stuff! But like last time, there are also a few less-than-stellar greenlit titles. Including one which had its development has been discontinued, and a couple super generic shooters. But hey – 75! Woo!
Yay, Vitrum finally left Greenlight limbo! About time, I’d say. Guess the system works, eh? On a completely unrelated and quite odd note: Windward was greenlit as part of this batch. I mean, sure, the game is available and all, with no price tag to boot. But even so, its development came to a screeching halt more than a year ago. Maybe this can convince its creator to continue working on it? That’s if he’s even paying attention to Windward‘s Greenlight page still. Time will tell, and as always, my ‘keep an eye on these’ recommendations can be found at the bottom of this article.
But while a Greenlight jailbreak of this scope – like the previous – is in fact a joyous occasion, we mustn’t forget about the vast amount of games that didn’t make it… again. Come to think of it, why not pay a visit to my Stuck In Greenlight Limbo picks? They’re titles I’d really like to see on Steam for several reasons, including additional exposure. So do check those out, prior to browsing the list of 75. Remember, your vote matters!