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Post by Eorl @ 05:11pm 05/09/12 | 3 Comments
Valve has today announced new updates to their recently released community driven service, Steam Greenlight. The two updates include a new submission fee designed to combat some of the more off-topic games being listed, even including a Battlefield 3 submission. The $100 one-time payment will see much of the clutter disappear, and the good thing is the entire fee will be heading straight to charity group Child's Play.
The first update is a $100 fee for someone to post to Steam Greenlight. The proceeds will be donated to Child’s Play. We have no interest in making money from this, but we do need to cut down the noise in the system. (Note: Anyone who has already posted a submission to Greenlight will not have to retroactively pay for any existing submissions, but will need to do so for any future submissions.)

The second part of this update is to improve your window into Greenlight and help you find “your kind” of games. The next time you visit Steam Greenlight you’ll be shown a smaller, manageable list of games that you haven’t rated. This view is a mix of popular games and new games to Greenlight.
Hopefully once submissions are de-cluttered we'll be able to see the service being used at its full advantage and eventually see some end products on Steam.

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Posted 08:33pm 05/9/12
This seems like a good idea otherwise there's just gonna be even more crap on there
Posted 08:36pm 05/9/12
Some lulz game trolls though.
Posted 11:02pm 05/9/12
I didnt see any game trolls but heard of em. A whole lot of s***** trailers and screen shots with f*** all info though.
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