Zeboyd Games has a short, but notable update on the PC version of Cthulhu Saves the World: it's going to release on Steam. The current aim is to get this title out by the end of the month at a low price of $3, similar to the Xbox Live Indie game original.
The Kickstarter for this expanded game was successful, and I have a feeling PC gamers are going to give Cthulhu much more attention than those on Xbox 360 ever did. Not that it's their fault, really -- the XBLIG initiative is simply that poorly executed.
You can't help but feel bad for the developers who try -- or in some cases, tried -- to support it.
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