Steam / Valve news


#62

Game Skara is also a crypto trash. Luckily everyone abandoned it and I doubt anyone is playing that trash. It was also on Steam. Not sure if it is now.


#63

Finally, some good news. They were the best


#64

Flash sales, more like…Trash sales kek


#65

No biggie to me. If I’m going to buy a game, I’m going to buy a game. If there’s a sale, so be it.


#66

I love the flash sales, happy to see them back!

what I hate is websites like that one linked, that won’t let you read it unless you turn off adblocker. So I don’t know what the actual article said.


#67

Another one. This is becoming the new jankware.


#68

The solution: Stop these crappy games from publishing on Steam, hundreds of these achievement hunter shits appears every day and nobody cares about it except 0,0001% of Steam users. There is no manpower to scan every shitty game like this, installing it on a separate pc, watching processes etc.


#69

Don’t need man power for a virus scan…but yes quality control would be nice.


#70

Man Power no… but HE-MAN power… we all need He-Man


#71

I don’t think human QC would take much effort for valve. Because they can still automate saying no to infected games. Then for a single human, it would only take watching 4 seconds of the trailer to say no to asset flips and achievement hunters. Everything left over would most likely be legit games.


#72

Even the itch.io games are more legit than the ones from Steam. Disgusting, despicable and disappointing. I call it… the DDD situation


#73

#74

If I click this, will it explain why you posted it in steam/valve news?


#75

Nah just read the preview for that. My response to Mili’s DDD


#76

I never heard of that game but I need Valve to remake that game for next gen Steam indie client.


#77

It was very dark and scary at the time


#78

@Katsuo wants the D.


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#81

I’m too tired for reading beyond 1 paragraph. I’ll let youtubers tell me about this.