heime2003 May 22 @ 7:56pm
what a hypocrite
if they really care for gaming industry, this should be distributed to steam users for free
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iamcarneiro  [developer] May 22 @ 8:16pm 
uhm, we do have to eat and stuff :)
kool aid man May 22 @ 11:08pm 
What a joke.

Keep crap like this off of steam, NO HANDOUTS FOR LAZY DEVS.
MEATMONSTER ↔ Idling Cards May 22 @ 11:45pm 
i would rather say, keep this stupid documentaries OFF steam. cause its a gaming plattform.

i love games, honestly, but i dont give a damn about stuff like that.

developers making documentaries and SELLING them,

ffs. when youre not able to make a game that sells for its own, you might be working in the wrong job.
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May 23 @ 2:16am 
This is a joke thread right? Nothing in this is legitimately being said right?
bramruiter May 23 @ 2:27am 
@Meatmonster: It's not the developers making the documentary. It's a small filmcrew (me and 2 others) putting the developers together and let them jam on a game. Almost all the developers actually have released a game that sells for its own. For instance, JW and Richard, who are in this episode, have made a good name for themselves by making things like Luftrausers, Super Crate Box and Ibb & Obb.

And for me, there's more to gaming than just playing the games. Even now while you're writing this post, you are not gaming. It's a community, but it's also a creative progress. And we were very interested in what would happen if we put these gamedevs together, give them a time-constraint and document the entire thing.

It might not be for you, but there are others who'd love to see the progress and maybe even are inspired to make a game of their own after watching this documentary. :)
Ravagexe May 23 @ 7:39am 
I think the real question is : Why should anyone with a stable mind give a damn about some indie game developers life anyway? Most are playing big title games and dont even care about credits nor know a single person about the developer team...and now you expect us to watch some small-scale developers breakfast time and random gibberish?
jbrodack May 23 @ 8:06am 
Some people are interested in the process of game development. Just like some people are interested in the process of making movies. What a crazy idea
Buzz May 23 @ 8:27am 
Best movie ever!!! Oh wait, wrong thread.
White Raven May 23 @ 10:09am 
i wish there were more documentaries on steam, i love them and im genuinely interested in the development of games. i'm havent finished the download yet but it seems like $20 seems a little steep especially if there are going to be multiple episodes. but simple as this.. if you dont like what this is dont buy it..
purex. May 23 @ 1:10pm 
Originally posted by Ravagexe:
I think the real question is : Why should anyone with a stable mind give a damn about some indie game developers life anyway? Most are playing big title games and dont even care about credits nor know a single person about the developer team...and now you expect us to watch some small-scale developers breakfast time and random gibberish?
I'd gamble and say that the documentary series probably consists of more than that.
Gilbert May 25 @ 1:21pm 
Originally posted by MEATMONSTER:
i would rather say, keep this stupid documentaries OFF steam. cause its a gaming plattform.

i love games, honestly, but i dont give a damn about stuff like that.

developers making documentaries and SELLING them,

ffs. when youre not able to make a game that sells for its own, you might be working in the wrong job.
well steam is for millions of people with different tastes, not just you.
Idiotekque May 29 @ 9:41pm 
Originally posted by Razlan:
well steam is for millions of people with different tastes, not just you.

Impossible.
TheNothingNZ Aug 15 @ 3:29pm 
I don't get why you have to be ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥s about it. There are a lot of people interested in seeing the creative process behind game development, especialy those people involved in the field.What right have you got to dictate what Valve lets their users have allowed access to, and what any one person can create? You don't think steam should be a place for game industry related films? fine, don't support that side of the platform. That's your decision and nothing to do with anybody else.
Fullblown Moonbase Herpes Aug 16 @ 9:55am 
If you're not interested in something then just move on and go do what you're interested in. There's a huge indie community out there making tens of thousands of indie games every year. For those people, like me, these videos are really interesting. The videos are also shot and edited well. The production value is well worth the $20 I paid.
Fniss Aug 22 @ 1:57am 
Some people like making games and love the culture of making them, these documentaries are for those interested in this and not for random gamers. Steam has loads of game, you dont need to love all of them. As a similarity, you dont need to like playing musical instruments to enjoy music. Steam also provides software for making games and not only games, it is a plattform for both creators and consumers. If you find a cheese you dont like in a supermarket, you dont scream that you dont like that cheese, you usually just dont buy it. Grow up.
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