Latest Steam Greenlight batch includes Deadly Premonition

Valve has approved a new batch of games and software through its Steam Greenlight program, among which is cult hit Deadly Premonition.

The Director’s Cut edition of the psychological horror game may have set a record for shortest period as a Greenlight candidate, with the game kicking-off its campaign for votes just last week.

Other notables include two-button fighting game Divekick and popular Half-Life 2 mod turned full release Operation Black Mesa.

All in all a total of 14 games and a pair of software titles made it as part of the latest round approvals (as has been the standard, these will arrive when the developers have them ready to launch):


  • A Hat in Time
  • Among the Sleep
  • Broforce
  • Centration
  • Chasm
  • Darkwood
  • Deadly Premonition: The Director’s Cut
  • Divekick
  • Operation Black Mesa
  • Project Awakened
  • Recruits
  • Rekoil
  • Shelter
  • StarMade


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  • GraphicEditor openCanvas

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