Items tagged with Steam-Greenlight

Ever since Steam Greenlight debuted last year, the community has had a hand in deciding which titles Valve releases on Steam. The latest batch of titles will be available soon, and the list includes two software applications and eighteen games. In total, 90 titles have made it through Steam Greenlight. Both of the software applications are intriguing and--surprise--pertain to gaming. PlayClaw is a game recorder that lets users capture HD video and stills from games and add audio commentary and overlays over the game screen. It also allows users to check CPU/GPU loads and temperatures. GamePlan... Read more...
The news has been a little mixed for Steam in the last few days, but there’s still plenty of good stuff from Valve on the topic of Steam Greenlight. We mentioned Steam Greenlight earlier this week because the project, which allows the user community to help decide which games will debut on the platform, debuted 20 new games on Monday. Now, Steam Greenlight has been updated to allow the submission of non-gaming software, which only makes sense considering that Steam now has non-gaming titles in its library. It’s not just works in progress that can get posted on Steam Greenlight, though;... Read more...
Valve has been hitting on all cylinders lately, rolling out loads of updates, new features, and new titles on its Steam platform. One of the most intriguing features of Steam is Steam Greenlight, which allows the user community to help decide which games will debut on the platform. Developers can post information about a given game, including screenshots and videos, to Steam Greenlight and attempt to solicit community support. If Steam’s users collectively insist on that title coming to Steam, the game gets a greenlight and the devs can finish developing the game with the knowledge that it... Read more...