So, Valve will shut down the whole Steam Greenlight-program, maybe because of this mass of cheap games and and cheating developers. There will be a new procedure called "Steam Direct". With Direct, developers must pay a fee between $100 and $5000
(Greenlight fee: $90), showing Valve papers about personal thing, things about the "company" and tax documents and it's done. No community vote, nothing. Steam wants to be more serious and be wide open for new developers and having just "high quality" games on the store.
Well, at first I'm happy that then there won't be awesome titles like the whole DH stuff anymore and also I think it's good when Valve stops the corrupt "keys-for-vote"-thing... But: If the fee will belong to $5000 (or higher, we all know our little GabeN), many developers with good
games don't havee a chance to publish their games on Steam...
What's your opinion?