Deadly Premonition Joins Thirteen Other Games With Steam Greenlight Approval
Deadly Premonition is best known as that game Jim Sterling rated ten out of ten, just because it’s so ridiculously bad that it does a full circle and ends up being good all over again.
I for one have wanted to try it out for a while but given the aged PS2-era visuals and my current backlog, I’ve never had the opportunity.
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Now the game has been approved along with thirteen other games among the next batch of titles to release over Steam’s Greenlight system.
The list of approved games is as follows:
- A Hat in Time
- Among the Sleep
- Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut
- Operation Black Mesa
- Project Awakened
Also approved is Dexster Audio Editor and GraphicEditor openCanvas, two software packages soon to be available on Steam.
Pay careful attention, also, to BROFORCE, which happens to be a proudly South African indie-developed title.
Is there anything on that list which you’ve got your eye on?