To the person that suggested that it should have just been published on Steam: It's not like you can just decide for yourself if your game is going to be put onto Steam. You have to submit it and pray that the Steam Gods favor you. It's tough for indies to get in there, especially if you're from a new studio and don't have some publisher behind you that's already on Steam. The developer of an indie PC title, The Oil Blue, has been vocal about his game's reception during the past year and despite good reviews from the few sites (and gamers' impressions) that were willing to check it out it got denied Steam while some truly shit games still make it on the service.And for those asking about good reviews: I'm aware of a couple big sites that featured it. Eurogamer gave it Game of the Week ( http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2011-05-06-game-of-the-week-sequence-article) and a 9/10 in their review while Edge gave it an 8/10, ( http://www.next-gen.biz/features/sequence-review). Fairly certain it saw coverage on Joystiq, as well. And I'm sure there's numerous smaller sites.And for full disclosure, I'm merely a fan of the game. Followed it since I first heard about it while lurking on NeoGAF and now that I'm a member there I've had a great time in chatting over factors of the game.In general I wish the XBLIGs got more coverage across the board and do my part in trying to get people to buy more and sharing the good titles. One of the few posts I have on the forums on this site was entirely about the Indie Games service. Perhaps one day I'll have the courage (and time/effort?) to get something on the service but for now all I can do is try to share my interest in it with others that are interested.Good article Patrick. Sounds like you're a bit of a fan of the service so I'd suggest bringing up doing another Quick Look like before but if you have some favorite titles, either well known or hidden gems, you should be a part of the Quick Look and introduce the crew to a few titles while also entertaining us with more Quick Looks.