Steam Greenlight

帮忙为 Steam 挑选新游戏

在这里浏览条目并给您想要在 Steam 上发布的游戏点赞

提交您的产品

What We’re Doing About Discoverability in Steam Greenlight

2
分享
178 条留言
< >
Mathroy 2014年5月6日下午12:37 
+1
Mad Merv 2012年10月2日上午2:06 
If I already have a game in Greenlight and, let's say it eventually makes it to a point where it's been here a while and is upvoted and seems legit, maybe is even greenlit, why wouldn't I be considered a trusted source? (Re: people who submit something new have to pay)
Mad Merv 2012年10月2日上午2:06 
This is a pretty lame way of handling the situation, mainly because you are charging $100 to people who, by and large, self-fund their work, simply because the people who have jobs at Steam don't want to vet new submissions. It's easy to tell what is a Mod and what is something original, don't you think? It's hard to detect copyright infrngment, which is in many gmes I've BOUGHT on Steam, some of which are produced by so-called legit companies. Sure some blr the line, but there are ways to verify that. Does the gme claim to be original? Is it by a company or indie group, not a mod group? Does it have a crowdfunding source? Does it have videos, graphic assets? Solutions in the past on other sites: DRM via content scanning, DMCA flagging / disputes system, or simply interviewing submission makers before you allow them to publish. Maybe this sort of fee is good for the likes of Desura, which doesn't charge and does have a personal relationship with the developer.
misuse 2012年9月9日下午2:54 
It just ruins the idea of Greenlight. Instead of implementing "noise cutting" rank algorithms and hiring moderators, you just say: "Oh, you can pay $100 and get a 0.01% chance to be noticed". GJ, you made Greenlight absolutely pointless.
JBJblaze 2012年9月9日上午11:56 
Yes, the new cost is good for keeping away bozos from Greenlight, but, in my opinion, honestly, why the heck can't Steam just ban dbag users who posted crap that they shouldn't've?

'Cause, GUESS WHAT! This has just screwed up what the rest of us developers can afford!
Deplow 2012年9月9日上午7:22 
This price is in the affordable state. This is good because good games will be up and other little pixel and troll games will be deleted. It will be easier to find games to vote for.
Cpt Adham 2012年9月8日下午2:48 
i support this decision, 100 dollars is an affordable price for a game developer confident enough in his/her game. And the fact that this money goes to a fund for several charity hospitals around the world for children then why not.
Kovaelin 2012年9月8日下午1:25 
100$ is a lot of sandwiches.
TheWeepingCorpse 2012年9月8日上午10:04 
$100 is a very reasonable asking price imo for those serious about commercial game development.
Etophales 2012年9月8日上午12:01 
wishnowski, I suggested before that Steam provides the option for a "partial pre-order", users pledging a small amount towards getting the game, which will be deducted from the price if they later buy the game.

The problem with what you're saying though is that if Greenlight is supposed to provide the advertising then it can't serve in that capacity. A developer will have to advertise the game extensively, get enough people to pledge, and only then can the developer know that there are enough people willing to pay. Which is okay, but I think that's not what Greenlight was meant to be.