It's far from the best group of Steam Greenlight titles to move forward -- and that's putting it nicely -- but the September 18th group has a few standouts. Superhot, the first-person shooter where time moves when you do; the hilarious muscular antics of Mount Your Friends; and the 2D brawler Dusty Revenge are all good to go. The rest of the list is as follows:
Bugbear Entertainment's Next Car Game
Higurashi When They Cry
Humans Must Answer*
Long Live the Queen
Postmortem: One Must Die
U55 - End of the Line
Valdis Story Abyssal City*
World of Diving
WWII Online: Battleground Europe
Zombie Tycoon II
I suppose it's a good sign that these aren't all great-looking. To me, that means Valve isn't quite so backed up -- that the rate of approvals is getting closer to where it ought to be. Granted, there are always going to be those games that prompt people to angrily type out "Why the eff did _ make it but _ didn't?!" The games with an asterisk are ones I also think look promising.
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