Stream Greenlight was founded as a way for Valve- gatekeepers of the Steam digital distribution service- to manage all those submissions from little tinpot one-man-show indie developer nobodies, and help them get onto the platform without the aid of a publisher.
Which is exactly
why Treasure are having to use it.
About four days ago, Treasure added Ikaruga
to the system.
Signs are pointing to it being based on the xBox 360 version, release in 2008, and features support for 360 pads, two-player local co-op, and a single-controller mode for people who want to play co-op but don't have any friends.
The next batch of greenlit games is due on the sixteenth- and if you want to be sure it makes it, you know what to do
In the meantime, you could always play the 360 version, or the Android
version, from last year. Or the GameCube version. Or the DreamCast version. Or the arcade version, if you've got one of those