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Originally posted by GorlomSwe:Acctually you know what? I'm more interested in what you thought Greenlight was supposed to be.
Originally posted by GorlomSwe:What exactly do you (slur and 2point4 both) think the problem with greenlight is? If you think that greenlighting 100 new games is somehow part of the problem? Usually the complaint seems to be that it's not happening fast enough.
Originally posted by Skoardy:Like you say, I'm not sure what they were expecting Greenlight to be but 2point4 is clearly wrong about their claims and I suspect Slur is just posting flamebait for responses.
Originally posted by WeeabooJudas:With the recent greenlighting of almost anything one could possibly want from the system, I have lost any right or reason to call this system a trainwreck (assuming that I ever had any to begin with), Leaving you as the last person here with complaints.
Originally posted by 2point4:As far as the stress-test aspect of these recent hundred greenlights...stress-test of what? Valve is nearly completely finished moving over their CDN to a more robust solution and every new release since like a year ago has been on it anyway. And the new CDN (Steampipe) has really and truly improved delivery quality of purchases made on Steam. So is it a stress-test of that? I hope not, because it's been stress-tested for at least the last year now, generally whenever a TF2 or Dota 2 update is released. Or did they mean an internal stress-test of how well their employees can handle releasing 100 titles all at the same time? Maybe someone could clarify that for me a little more because the comment makes absolutely no sense to me whatsoever.
Originally posted by TomB:snip
Originally posted by TomB:Post.
Originally posted by 2point4:Originally posted by TomB:snipThanks.If I can make a request while I have your attention...I know this isn't the type of stuff to go in a press release, but when vague and general "stress-test" type statements are printed like that, could Valve also, going forward, post a more in-depth description of the finer points like this in maybe a thread here on SCUD? Obviously this is a lot of info to take in and definitely isn't suitable for a press release but for those of us that love reading up on the meat of what really goes into an update, information like this is golden.Again, thanks for elaborating on that for me.
Originally posted by Slur:Originally posted by TomB:Post.Is this sudden influx of games a one-time thing, or will we be seeing more games pass through Greenlight now that the technology has improved on Steam?