Steam Greenlight Is Still Broken

In an ideal world, Steam Greenlight would've opened the floodgates on an endless cascade of great games. In reality, it's led to a service stuffed with trash. Game makers scramble to get noticed, sometimes with underhanded tactics. Valve's introduced a new rule to curb this, but it doesn't solve the underlying problem. » 2/10/15 8:42pm 2/10/15 8:42pm

Fed Up With Steam, Devs Unite To Get Extra Greenlight Votes [UPDATED]

Steam Greenlight was originally envisioned as a way for fans to help select which games would make it onto Valve's ridiculously ubiquitous PC gaming storefront. Unfortunately, it's kinda busted sometimes. A group of game creators has decided to take matters into their own hands by gaming the system. Kinda. » 10/28/14 6:00pm 10/28/14 6:00pm

130+ Games In Two Weeks? Time to Slow Down, Steam

The Steam community is certainly a productive bunch. In total, the last two weeks gave us one-hundred and thirty seven new Greenlight titles to look forward to. That's... rather impressive. Of course, this means there's a whole bunch of platformers, horror games, and RPGs for us to check out, so let's get started! » 10/30/13 5:30am 10/30/13 5:30am

American McGee's Five-Year-Old Grimm Series Seeks New Life On Steam

Back in the summer of 2008, a game called American McGee's Grimm debuted on GameTapan episodic action-adventure written by R. J. Berg, who also worked on American McGee's Alice. In the following one and a half year period, Grimm received 22 additional episodes. And now, it's on Steam Greenlight. » 7/30/13 5:40am 7/30/13 5:40am