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Steam User Review Changes

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51076769 Oct 6 @ 11:13pm 
我今天刚把帐号找回来,打了几盘帐号就被永久封禁了。怎么申述找会帐号啊???
sam681817 Oct 4 @ 4:10pm 
hell yea dude
Knight of Storms Sep 27 @ 6:50am 
This is a weird corperate, far right wing extremist thought proccess that's BS. Just becaue a kid doesnt like his birthday gifted game doesnt invalidate his opinion. Just because it's a streamer, simply because he got a free copy doesn't invalidate his review. Are there going to be people that get games as gifts and just give a bad review or just give a good review for inaccurate reasons? Yes. Same for regular buyers.This choice makes no sense. It's just pandering to "This guy spent money, he should be the only one with any say". These are video games, it's not politics. A free weekend invites bad low playtime input, but when it's a game that you CAN figure out that fast, then it's valid. Some huge game that cant be played through quickly, you get messed up results. THAT needs fixing.
Son Goku Sep 26 @ 4:11am 
nice good job
:csgo_headshot::csgo_headshot:
R£Yτ¢╬ Jun 13 @ 1:25am 
hi sir

Del_Duio Jan 4 @ 9:47am 
Yeah it's too bad because when 6 of your 30 reviews are legit key reviews and not shills that's a pretty big deal.
Muxin Squad Jan 4 @ 5:55am 
上次的寅子差评事件证明,不改变二元机制真的很令人头晕,汗~~~~~~
PKGameOnly Jun 18, 2017 @ 4:26pm 
All I really care about is how do I find games that dev have submitted so I can see what new games are out there and ready for pre-alpha, testing, beta etc. Which person can direct me to that listing?
Bonder Jun 17, 2017 @ 3:58am 
garbage
-=AJAX=- EpicMama Jun 12, 2017 @ 7:26pm 
The "idea" behind this is "technically" good, as it would remove the issue of sleazy Devs "buying reviews with free copies for card drops" but in reality I think it will be a disservice to the customers and the honest Devs. Why? Because not all people that review a free copy of a game should be considered irrelevant. Many Game Critics, Twitch and Youtubers etc. are given FREE copies to get the the game seen by relevant markets and these reviews should not be considered to have ZERO value in the algorithm. As others have stated before me, I would like to be able to CHOOSE which reviews I find relevant. This could be easily accomplished by adding more filters to what are already available. Putting less weight on the free reviews in the storefront might have been a better approach to this idea instead of outright REMOVING all free reviews from the algorithm. Sadly, the effect of punishing those who abuse these systems tends to negatively impact those it was meant to "protect".