Valve has just announced a new project aimed at giving the community a voice in approving what games they will next release on Steam. Steam Greenlight will allow developers and publishers to post videos, screen shots, and descriptions of their games in an effort to win the approval of Steam users and have their title released. Says Valve's Anna Sweet:
Valve credits Steam Workshop's ratings system and easy submission process with opening up this new venue of games approval, and says Greenlight will be ready to use on August 30. Until then, check out the official page for more information.
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