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Originally posted by -Z-:And what is your thought on the pricing of games that have passed through Greenlight thus far? Appropriate or unreasonable?
Originally posted by Skoardy:But asking people if they'd want to see a game on Steam is too vague to be worthwhile data for Valve.
Originally posted by Canti:Originally posted by -Z-:And what is your thought on the pricing of games that have passed through Greenlight thus far? Appropriate or unreasonable? Mostly appropriate, some not so much like Leisure Suit Larry. I voted yes on that under the assumption that it would retail for maybe £6-8, not £15.I like that it got its remake onto Steam, but I wouldn't have said yes to the question "Would you buy it if it got onto Steam?" if I'd known the price. That's why I think the wording of the question should be changed.
Originally posted by Canti:I hardly think the current data is worthwhile anyway. I could say yes to something now, but when it eventually releases and I'm in a financially restrictive month and it debuted at more than twice the amount of money I was expecting it to cost, that data they collected becomes meaningless.
Originally posted by Canti:Yes, but again that could be applied to any game. "Yes if the price is low enough" would be my answer to anything, so in theory I could just vote yes on everything.
Originally posted by Canti:Maybe wrong choice of words when I say cheap.Essentially, when buying a game, price is a huge factor. I could vote "Yes" to many games assuming they price them at what I consider to be appropriate, but there's no way to know what the price is going to be so I end up clicking Yes to most things I see.