60°
Submitted by sarydactl 806d 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  +   806d 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.
#1 (Edited 806d ago ) | Agree(0) | Disagree(0) | Report | Reply

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

12 PlayStation 2 Games You Forgot You Loved

5m ago - This list contains some brilliant titles from PS2 that you played and played, then shoved into a... | PS2
10°

Far Cry 4 Review – Liberate Kyrat While Riding an Elephant… So Much Win | COG

7m ago - The Far Cry franchise continues to deliver the best bad guys in gaming with the wonderfully psych... | PC
20°

Far Cry 4 Review — Explosions, Usurpers, Honey Badgers, Oh My | The Koalition

8m ago - Emily Lemay from The Koalition writes: "When the internet told me that honey badgers don’t giv... | PC
30°

It’s Time to Let Link Speak

12m ago - Its been long enough. It's time we let one of Nintendo's oldest and most popular characters final... | GameCube
Ad

Halo: The Master Chief Collection (XB1) Review

Now - Ken spends a lot of time with Chief and his collection. | Promoted post
10°

Assassin's Creed Unity Review – Desynchronized | Power Up Gaming

14m ago - Hayden Waugh writes: "After Black Flag, AC Unity feels a lot like a stepping-stone to the next gr... | Xbox One