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Submitted by chili_dog 403d ago | opinion piece

Valve Announces 75 New Greenlit Games, but this Doesn't Mean the Project has been Successful

8CN: When Valve first launched Project Greenlight about a year and a half ago, they promised to change how games were brought to their popular Steam platform. If developers wanted their game featured on Steam, all they had to do was pay a small submission fee and then their game would be entered into a pool of possible games, voted on by users. Plenty of games have made it through this process, with a recent slew of 75 titles coming soon to the Steam, but is Project Greenlight actually successful? (Culture, Industry, PC, Steam)

thorstein  +   403d ago
9th Dawn was greenlit. But that was the last I'd heard. I want to play that game on PC since I don't own a tablet.

But, all the news seems so old so I don't know what is happening with it.
AlexFili  +   402d ago
Too much shovelware on Steam now, take Guise of the Wolf for one example

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