New Steam Greenlight features introduced

Valve continues to refine Steam Greenlight, adding several new features to its crowd-sourced indie games selection service.

Valve’s community blog announces that game pages now feature an ‘Ask me again later’ button; on top of the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ voting options. When games or software are skipped over, they will be removed from a user’s queue for one month – though they can always be viewed in the new Items to Revisit Later” menu.

Users can now ‘follow’ games as well, which is an evolvement of the ‘favorite’ ability. The option provides site notifications for individual games when developers post updates on them.

Speaking of developers, a statistics page has launched and is now available for project owners to see how many have people viewed and voted on their product.

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