The lights are on
Valve revealed the first 10 titles that were greenlit through its new community-focused publishing system Steam Greenlight. Among them is Black Mesa, the long-awaited Half-Life mod that uses the latest Source engine. Valve says the games will be released independently in the months ahead.
"The Steam community rallied around these titles and made them the clear choice for the first set of titles to launch out of Greenlight," said Valve's Anna Sweet. "Since launch, hundreds of titles have been submitted, with more coming in every day. We expect to be announcing more titles coming to Steam via Greenlight soon."
The first 10 titles coming to Steam from Greenlight are:
ooh! and routine got approved! YAY!
That isn't surprising. I can't wait!
Swweeeet! Go Kenshi!
Good news indeed.
I looked up cry of fear and died laughing from the scare trailer XD I'm gonna try it on my friends XD
Nice! Three of the games I voted on have made it: Dream, Routine, and Towns. :)
I've been waiting to play the Black Mesa mod for a long time! I was very happy to hear it was finally coming out :)
Can't wait! 1 day!
Finally Black Mesa is coming out! IS THIS REAL LIFE?
Ah good to hear.These are wonderful games and iam glad they are making there way to steam.This will make so many people be able to buy them a lot simplier.Wonderful wonderful news.
These are all very deserving games. The community did well.
Cry of Fear is pretty cool and I have been anticipating Black Mesa. Need to do some research on the others.