Valve has retired Steam Greenlight, replacing it with Steam Direct – a model more in line with marketplaces like Google Play.
Valve will let developers pay a refundable $100 fee to have their games listed on Steam in the future.
Valve has announced it will remove its Greenlight community-curation system in favour of a more direct platform.
A Manchester-based coder has managed to sneak past Valve’s online security and publish an unapproved game on Steam.
The Forest, an ambitious indie survival horror is shaping up well, and it will feature Oculus Rift support
American McGee’s free-to-play action RPG gains the support of fans
You showed approval, and Steam gets its first 10 Greenlit games, including Black Mesa
And the people behind them.
Valve launches Steam Greenlight to put the power in gamers’ hands
Let the people choose.