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Ten New Games to be approved by Steam Greenlight Oct. 15th

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LOLtron

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Postby LOLtron » Tue Sep 18, 2012 9:07 pm

Ten New Games to be approved by Steam Greenlight Oct. 15th

Steam Greenlight, the community game selection system on Steam, to approve ten more games for release on October 15th.



Source: Twitter

   Steam Greenlight was launched a few weeks ago and a week ago, ten games made it through the first selection process.  (Black Mesa, Cry of Fear, Dream, Heroes & Generals, Kenshi, McPixel, No More Room in Hell, Project Zomboid, Routine, and Towns.) Black Mesa, a rebuild of Half-Life has received the most attention out of the batch so far.  The games are due to land in the Steam shop over the next few months.

   According to a tweet today by a developer, the next batch of ten games will be selected on October 15th:

 

   Steam is a new system put in place where players get to select the games to be released, instead of a small party of employees at a publisher.  Developers post info, screenshots and more about their games and Steam members vote on what they want to see most.

    If you're a Steam member, check out their site to participate in the selection process.

 



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GLX

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Postby GLX » Tue Sep 18, 2012 10:57 pm

Steam is a new system put in place where players get to select the games to be released, instead of a small party of employees at a publisher.


Just Steam? :P

/kindlypointout'd

In all seriousness, this sounds like a cool concept for Steam.

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