By Alex Walker on May 5, 2015 at 2:30 am
There’s been a growing chorus of complaints about the Steam Greenlight process for a while, with critics, gamers and developers complaining that Valve’s hands-off approach has resulted in a complete over-saturation of the market. It’s resulted in some offensively bad titles getting through, but in some cases the games are just straight out offensive.
We know Steam has been growing, but what’s been slightly ignored is the sheer rapid pace that Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and DOTA 2 have been growing along with it. The growth of CS:GO is especially enticing, considering the reception the game received initially from the 1.6 and CS: Source communities….