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Submitted by shaneryanTB 426d ago | interview

Enhanced Steam: An Interview with Jason Shackles

Shane Ryan, Thunderbolt writes:
Videogame company Valve’s online digital store is renowned for its ease of use, cost cutting sales and an ever growing library. For one man, however, it wasn’t quite as intuitive a user experience as he’d hoped. Jason Shackles is the mind behind Enhanced Steam.

It all began during last year’s Steam winter sale.“At that time I already had a pretty sizable collection of games on Steam and I was hunting for some great deals.” Using the search page to sort by price and dig out many deals that never show on the store front, Jason became “frustrated having to click on each game to see if I already owned it, since I often get new games as part of cheap indie bundles, play them a few times, and then forget that I own them.” (enhanced steam, PC)

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