mr bigdad 6/fev/2013 às 23:02
Greenlight 2 end!
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theolaf 7/fev/2013 às 2:50 
greenlight obviously doesnt work because this POS game skipped it.
mr bigdad 7/fev/2013 às 7:11 
indeed! And the game TOWNS too!
Cadderley 7/fev/2013 às 7:48 
I have mixed view's about it to be honest. I have voted on greenlght. The most recent vote I took part in was for Galactic Arms Race. The problem's as I see it are;

1: It goes against the Indie developer if the voting doesn't go the way they want, therefore some rather very good indie games might never make it onto the store and despite popular belief, there are some very good indie games out there like Sine Mora and, probably one of the hardest games that I have played to date, Hotline Miami.

2: If you get rid of greenlight, you will have to have some system in place. Voting doesn't neccessarily work because sooner or later you'll get to a point where you only have a handful of games per year that don't make it onto the store. This also has the knock on effect that it open's steam up due to the voter's action's to more crap like, for example, the War Z being making it onto the store which to me, put's PC gamer's at risk every time another scam game comes on to the market, generates some bad publicity, takes our money and is ultimately removed.

3: I can't help but feel that by getting rid of the voting mechanism on greenlight, you are still in a dictatorship regardless of what system you use. This way feel's democratic as I think it should be. Without that, all you have is one person's say so if we see a game on the store front or a gaping hole where all manner of crap will be allowed on Steam.

For the time being, I think that they should leave it alone to be frank. I like the store interface, it's simplistic, it's easy to use, you know where you are. Greenlight has it's advantages and it's disadvantages like anything else but it need's to be handled with care.
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Tapewormz 11/fev/2013 às 22:39 
To date I've voted for 1060+ games on greenlight. I've only upvoted 57 of those games. Most of the games in Greenlight are crap games that look like they're running in dos, lots of them are simulator games that nobody cares about. There's also almost a hundred mincraft clones. There's a bunch of crappy rpgmaker games that don't even take the time to use their own assets.
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