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| Valve Removes Cheap, "Fake" Games from Steam - briefly|
|(hx) 06:23 PM EDT - Sep,26 2017 |
| Almost 200 games developed by Silicon Echo Studios, which Steam users have criticized for selling low-quality shovelware made to peddle trading cards, have been removed from the PC storefront: these were often given away in either free or low-cost bundles. Anyone on Steam interested in boosting their user level and collecting some easy trading cards to resell on the gray market could pick up Silicon Echo’s packages for little cost, earning back some cash with minimum effort for both themselves and the developer.
The 173 removed games include titles like Clickey, Grim Banana and SHAPES. If you’re unfamiliar with those names, it’s likely because these and the rest of the Silicon Echo games were poorly received and what Valve calls "fake" games. Each one used pre-made Unity assets, so that the developer could churn them out quickly and on the cheap through the Steam Direct program. Additionally, by pushing through multiple games under one Steam Direct application, the studio was able to circumvent paying the $100 fee for every individual title.
|Csimbi||(07:14 AM EDT - Sep,27 2017 )|
|Oh, so this is the reason why there are no Blizztard games on Steam!
|Tom||(02:15 PM EDT - Sep,27 2017 )|
|Csimbi> Oh, so this is the reason why there are no Blizztard games on Steam!
Not to mention it's also within the top 100 companies to work for. Ya clueled out dumbass. As far as longest-time companies that have been around to be in the top 100 is a pretty damn good achievement. You are just like Koogle, so fucking clued out it's embarrassing.