Seven new games graduate from Greenlight - destructoid

Seven new games graduate from Greenlight

10:30 PM on 06.17.2013

Alasdair Duncan

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You might have missed these with all that E3 shenanigans happening

Whilst everyone was caught up with E3 last week, Valve quietly announced another seven titles that have advanced through Greenlight. There's six games and one software package included in the update and what's interesting is almost half are horror titles.

The Forest made a big splash after its initial announcement and Ether One looks like it might have a real spooky vibe. DreadOut is being developed by an Indonesian indie studio and looks like a classic J-horror title, a genre the PC sorely lacks. Also making the cut are the racing title Assetto Corsa, the action shooter GunZ 2: The Second Duel, and Stonehearth, an isometric exploration game. Rounding out the group is the benchmarking tool Heaven Benchmark.

All in all, this is a nice rounded group of games. Ether One is a game I've had my eye for a while and it's great to see the rest be totally new (to me at least). Hope Valve keeps rolling these Greenlight updates out regularly as it's nice to see these new titles that are forthcoming. 


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