These days, anything goes on Steam, but not anything anything. If games are "illegal, or straight up trolling," Valve says it'll send them packing. In the past, that's meant low-effort games with titles like Big Dick and MILF, achievement spam, and certain sex games.
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James Cox was finally feeling optimistic about his game’s chances on Steam. Last year, his horror-inspired exploration of what it’s like to look at porn for the first time, You Must Be 18 or Older to Enter, got booted from Valve’s walled garden, but then, earlier this year, Valve said it was getting rid of all the walls.
2017 has been so relentless in the release of top-tier games that it's hard to justify spending time with stuff that is merely "good". Why settle for anything less than "great"? Despite the incredible competition facing it, Butterfly Soup, a game about queer Asian women who play baseball, still shot right into my top five games of the year so far.
Brian let you all know about SC2VN, the crowdfunded game that communicates some of the real-life experience behind professional StarCraft in South Korea. It's since been made available on Steam for free and is only a ~458mb download, which isn't too bad for what is probably an easier introduction into StarCraft than most streams.