Get ready for a shameless bit of advertising here. Rogue Singularity has hit the Steam Greenlight and I highly recommend giving it the Greenlight thumbs up. Why? Because clicking a thumbs-up button costs approximately zero amount of effort which is a huge contrast from the amount of effort put in by the developers. This isn’t one of those tiled, slide-scrollers or generic RPG-maker games. It’s enjoyable, fast-paced, looks good and is currently in a constant state of development with quick progression.
Steam Greenlight asks, “Would you buy this game if it were available in Steam?”. There are heaps of games on Steam that I wouldn’t purchase that are still good. What it should be asking is, “Should people have the opportunity to purchase this game on Steam.”
You can find the website here or see them at PAX Australia this weekend.