The Special One
True & Honest Fan
- Feb 3, 2013
Steam Greenlight is a system that enlists the community's help in picking some of the new games to be released on Steam. Developers post information, screenshots, and video for their game and seek a critical mass of community support in order to get selected for distribution. Steam Greenlight also helps developers get feedback from potential customers and start creating an active community around their game during the development process.
To put in a positive look, Steam Greenlight is a very good system for game developers to release their games for a fee of $100. Some of these games have reached to the point of winning awards (Papers, Please is an example) and I do have to admit that I have owned some games which are greenlit and I enjoyed them.
But on the negative side, it reveals how the system is terribly flawed, and also brings discussions about how the quality on Steam has declined because of it. It's so bad that as far as I remembered, Gabe Newell wanted it to go away.
So here you go. Go to this link and post any cringey games being submitted, especially those which are greenlit. Please remember that the fee for submission for a game to be on Steam Greenlight is $100.
Here are some examples:
1. Gender Bender DNA Twister Extreme
Gender BenderDNA Twister Extreme is a fun and silly game aboutsome guys turning into girls,some girls turning into guys, and some of them transforming into other fun things all in the name of SCIENCE!
Fun fact: Also includes scientists turning into furries if not changing into girls. Also includes lots of fetishes.
2. Air Control
Also, in a Earth 2066 style, the developer of the game has responded to negative reviews with "your computer is not functioning properly" or other terrible one-liner crap.
At first, this review was made on weak computer.
Secondly I want to say you guys that this guy who recorded review did not read about game controls and that is why airplane fell down in the end.
This review was written by developer to clarify some moments.