Editor: Diane Hutchinson Editor@girlgamersuk.com

Brutal Legends Final Tracks revealed

Aug-11-2009
Comments Off on Brutal Legends Final Tracks revealed

Giant Fallout 76 Posters Erected At Hotel Figueroa this year for E3

Jun-4-2018
Comments Off on Giant Fallout 76 Posters Erected At Hotel Figueroa this year for E3

Monkey King: Hero is Back the Game Coming to the West for PlayStation 4

Aug-18-2017
Comments Off on Monkey King: Hero is Back the Game Coming to the West for PlayStation 4

Steam Greenlight announced and allows Gamers to vote

Posted by TurtleGirl On July - 10 - 2012

Valve have announced Steam Greenlight. What is Steam Greenlight you might be asking yourself?
 

Steam Greenlight is a new system that enlists the community’s help in picking some of the next games to be released on Steam. Developers post information, screenshots, and videos for their game and seek a critical mass of community support in order to get selected for distribution. Steam Greenlight also helps developers get feedback from potential customers and start creating an active community around their game as early in the development process as they like.
 

Image11
 
Why hasn’t it always worked this way?

 
Over the many years that Steam has been selling games, the release rate of games on Steam has continued to grow significantly. But given Steam’s existing technological pipeline for releasing games, there’s always been a reliance on a group of people to make tough choices on which games to not release on Steam. There are titles that have tied up this internal greenlight group in the past, and we knew there had to be a better way.
 

With the introduction of the Steam Workshop in October 2011, Steam established a flexible system within Steam that organizes content and lets customers rate and leave feedback. This opened up a new opportunity to enlist the community’s help as we grow Steam and, hopefully, increase the volume and quality of creative submissions.
 

We know there is still a lot of room for improvement in making Steam distribution easier and faster; this is just a first step in that direction.
 
How does this differ from other store’s submission processes?

 
The prime difference is the size of the team that gets to decide what gets released. For many stores, there is a team that reviews entries and decides what gets past the gates. We’re approaching this from a different angle: The community should be deciding what gets released. After all, it’s the community that will ultimately be the ones deciding which release they spend their money on.
 

Via Steam

Comments are closed.

  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • title_ad2
  • DOOM Eternal

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-27-2020

    Hidden Through Time

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-25-2020

    Deep Sky Derelicts: Definitive Edition

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-25-2020

    Persona 5 Royal

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-19-2020

    Samurai Shodown

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-17-2020

    One Punch Man: A Hero Nobody Knows

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-16-2020

    Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-12-2020

    Dreams

    Posted by GG Goblin
    Mar-10-2020