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Submitted by sarydactl 678d ago | opinion piece

Where Can Greenlight Go From Here?

"The system is still new and has shown itself to be versatile and successful, but hopefully Steam will constantly improve on this new service—at least until it can find a stable place that satisfies game developers, voters, and Steam itself." | Explosion.com (Dev, Greenlight, Industry, PC, Steam)

Cajun Chicken  +   678d ago
I'm actually amazed that Black Mesa got accepted, or even entered for that matter. I never even thought of free games being put on Greenlight. Hopefully a lot more F2P or freeware games get put onto Steam through Greenlight and generally make friend invites a lot easier in multiplayer modes. Just think if the developers used Steam Workshop, even easier to find user generated content.
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