The very talked about, incredibly divisive Steam Greenlight service is back at it again, releasing a batch of 75 new titles to play. As always, I'm not even going to pretend like I've heard of any of these games. That said, it looks like my only choice is to take it back the mid '80s, and base my purchases on how cool the title art looks.
To start, why don't we give a chance to Heavy Fire: Afghanistan. If nothing else, you can shut your eyes real tight and imagine that it's Six Days in Fallujah. Going further down the list we have Minimon 3D, which looks like a riff on Digimon and Pokemon. Alpha Sapphire/Omega Ruby aren't out for another six months, so you can get your fix here in the mean time. It's not as good as the product Game Freak is slanging, but, you know, addicts can't be choosers.
In all seriousness though, you can check out the full list here, and the more indie inclined of you can probably comb over the list for something worthwhile. Happy hunting!
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1:00 PM on 11.03.2014