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Black Mesa, the long awaited fan created graphical revamp of the original Half-Life, will be released on Steam as one of the first Steam Greenlight titles to be approved for distribution.
After fighting back a giant wave of illegitimate submissions to the Steam Greenlight program, Valve will institute a $100 submission fee (that is donated to charity) to cut down on the noise.
Valve has already banned a number of games that have been submitted to be considered for the new Steam Greenlight service, including one that referenced the 9/11 attacks.
As promised, Valve has launched Steam Greenlight, a new way for small independent game developers to gain support for fans to get their creations published on Steam.
Valve has announced Steam Greenlight, a new way to allow community members on the Steam download service to pick some of the next games that will be available for sale on the service.