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TrashMan Dec 1, 2012 @ 6:07am
Ideas for Greenlight
Hi all,

1. Be nice to change your mind - upvoted some I'm thinking no to now.
2. Some I would buy - but only if they were $2 or something like that.
3. Be nice to have a 'Later' button - so many of these are alpha, it's hard to make a decision.

List your ideas below.

Thanks
:o)
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C0untzer0 Dec 1, 2012 @ 7:36am 
1. you can.
2. pricing is decided when they get greenlit, you are not obliged to buy every game you vote for, and let's face it, there are sales.
3. this one keeps on coming up, so far nothing has come of it.
Thordred Dec 1, 2012 @ 8:06am 
Originally posted by C0untzer0:
3. this one keeps on coming up, so far nothing has come of it.
is unnecessary because
Originally posted by C0untzer0:
1. you can.
More than enough buttons on each Greenlight page already.
deathnor Dec 2, 2012 @ 3:06am 
yeah but #2 makes a marked difference in what i would and would not green light.

and im not asking for a $ amount set in stone but perhaps a degree of disclosuer on my part so that steam can fully utilize my vote in their descion.
Skoardy Dec 2, 2012 @ 5:27am 
Originally posted by deathnor:
yeah but #2 makes a marked difference in what i would and would not green light.

and im not asking for a $ amount set in stone but perhaps a degree of disclosuer on my part so that steam can fully utilize my vote in their descion.
So we'd see a glut of devs claiming low-ball amounts to get people's votes and then 're-assessing' that stance if they get on Steam to some higher figure?
Darken Dec 5, 2012 @ 4:22pm 
Something I'd like is a exclude feature when making queues. If I want to check out specific genre like RPG, it is kinda annoying having to go through games that lists as multiple genres. So as I choose which genres I'd like to view, there should be a second list for games that will be excluded from my queue.

I do not think it fair to down vote strategy games, just because I detest the genre.
wilco64256 Dec 5, 2012 @ 4:23pm 
Originally posted by Darken:
Something I'd like is a exclude feature when making queues. If I want to check out specific genre like RPG, it is kinda annoying having to go through games that lists as multiple genres. So as I choose which genres I'd like to view, there should be a second list for games that will be excluded from my queue.

I do not think it fair to down vote strategy games, just because I detest the genre.

Downvoting them doesn't hurt them in any way, so downvote away.
Darken Dec 5, 2012 @ 5:17pm 
Really? Well feeling silly now, really didnt want to be a jerk when voting, so that is a relief :)
Still a exclude genres would be nice :D
wilco64256 Dec 5, 2012 @ 6:07pm 
Originally posted by Darken:
Really? Well feeling silly now, really didnt want to be a jerk when voting, so that is a relief :)
Still a exclude genres would be nice :D

It's sort of backwards possible to do that, just check all the genres you DO want to see in your queue.
Skoardy Dec 5, 2012 @ 8:10pm 
Given how devs all seem to have differing definitions of what constitutes any particular genre, excluding one because you don't like it (going on your definition of that genre) would probably end up hiding a whole slew of games you might actually enjoy.
C0untzer0 Dec 6, 2012 @ 2:37am 
Originally posted by Skoardy:
Given how devs all seem to have differing definitions of what constitutes any particular genre, excluding one because you don't like it (going on your definition of that genre) would probably end up hiding a whole slew of games you might actually enjoy.
Everybody has different ideas about Genre. Remember the discussion thread on "You call this a RPG?"?
Skoardy Dec 6, 2012 @ 4:04am 
Yeah, that's what I'm saying. Asking to exclude a genre because you've a strict policy against what you define as so-and-so isn't going to stand up well against Greenlight, full as it is of Devs with a 1001 different theories of what is and isn't part of that very same genre. It sounds like a good idea to exclude genres but in reality, it wouldn't be all that useful and in fact, almost counter-productive.
C0untzer0 Dec 6, 2012 @ 4:32am 
In general I can't be arsed with FPS, but y'know what, I really enjoyed Home Front. Possibly the best thing I played for 6 months, partly because it surprised me so much that I was enjoying some FPS.
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