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Ikaruga moves forward on Steam Greenlight


9:00 PM on 10.16.2013
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It's baffling that a classic like Ikaruga went through Greenlight to get approved for a proper release on Steam, but it's over and done with. The people can have their Ikaruga. Eventually.

Other standouts include FOTONICA, Fortress Forever, Neverending Nightmares, Tiny Barbarian DX, and TowerClimb. I've been rooting for that last one for a long time now. Very pleased to see it get enough traction.

The full list of newly-greenlit titles is over here. Any others we should be mindful of?






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