Behold Anodyne 2: Return to Dust, the follow-up to 2013's Anodyne, a delightful Zelda-like. Ditching the gorgeous pixel art of the original, the sequel looks a lot grimier. Coming to PC in 2019, the game will include both 3D areas reminiscent of a PS2 game and 2D segments that look more like the first game.
Valve has announced the fifth set of games and applications to be approved through their Greenlight community review system.
Sean Hogan, one of the two guys behind the delightful Anodyne, is not Electronic Arts. He's not Ubisoft, either. Or Activision.