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Back in February, Valve announced that they would be bringing their Steam Greenlight project to an end, and replacing it with Steam Direct, which would aim to address a lot of the concerns critics

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Valve has posted a rather lengthy blog post talking about their vision for the future of the Steam store. This blog post is meant to inspire a dialog between Valve and the enormous installed user

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For those discovering GreenWatch for the first time, GreenWatch is an ongoing series held on both TechRaptor and Digital Homicides covering anything going on with developers/groups/users in the Steam

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UPDATE: Regarding the "World of Darkness Has a Harasser for a Writer" story. An article came out on the developer's blog regarding the accusations about Zak Smith. In the blog post, the developer

Pine Game Steam Greenlight

Steam Greenlight has a reputation for poorly made games, but sometimes you'll be able to find a gem in the rough - and one of these rare gems looks to be Pine, a game that was released on Greenlight

Pine Game Steam Greenlight

Steam Greenlight has a reputation for poorly made games, but sometimes you'll be able to find a gem in the rough - and one of these rare gems looks to be Pine, a game that was released on Greenlight

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For those discovering GreenWatch for the first time, GreenWatch is an ongoing series held on both TechRaptor and Digital Homicides covering anything going on with developers/groups/users in the Steam

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Recently a developer on Steam Greenlight has been pulling some practices that members of the Steam community have been calling the user/company out on. The user in question, Nova Dimension, was

Horror games are a genre always aching for innovation—you need to find new ways to terrify your audience or else the scares might grow stale. And sound is one of the most important aspects of horror