DX returns with a look at his Steam library. Full of the most awful games you've ever seen. Some games so bad, they cannot even be bought anymore. How terrible can these Steam games get? Let's find out.
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I don't even care if folks asset flip providing they suck because they are new at making games, the only real thing that counts for me is the gameplay, or rather is it fun. You pay for an asset it is yours to use, fighting it will stop folks from making them, that will keep folks from trying to make games. That being said doing it just to piss Jim Sterling off is fine and dandy but there is zero excuse for a game that is not fun to play. I mean that the devs play their game is part of the game making process is it not? Assets are no different than middleware to me, and AAA games still use 3rd party assets and middleware. I mean folks are asset artists too, they need to get there work portfolio out right, they need to eat too right? Selling assets be it on Unity or even a UE engine is how this goes down. I used to play with the UE engine, never got good with iit, but I am taking C++ in my mid life crisis, shit game incoming in a few year. I may flip some assets as if you pay for it you have a right to use it in a commercial release. But it will at least be a fun game or it will never come out. Fun is subjective but at least 30% fun is my goal and testing. Eventually I have a great idea for a game but that is after a few shit games. My great idea requires skill and a team I do not have. I am making a pen and paper version to test certain things, so someday.
You know DX, i know your channel isn't very known by everyone, but to me i find it personally a hidden gem, i hope you keep doing these videos, you're very entertaining to me and your subscribers, keep it up
I'll make a positive comparison: you're the AVGN for PC hahaha. I love the AVGN videos, but I always wanted pc game reviews as I'm a pc games myself.
I like your style, the sarcasm and the way you put your arguments forward.
It's almost impossible not to crack when you crack while playing a shitty game, especially when a funny glitch happens and you lose it hahaha.
Don't stop making videos. You got style and charisma. Good job and thanks for the great videos! :D
Okay my fellow gamer let me bring you to another perspective.
I totally agree past the 7-8 minute mark those games don't deserve to exist.
But they need to; we need shitty games to make good ones. Any good Dev comes from a dark stumbling past. And the ways you critique them sound like it's there faults for learning how to make better games.
Please consider that no Dev is perfect when they begin... And there first game will always be shit.
hi i am 4 yrs old and i made a game calledd blocc profesional mincraft edition 2019. its beautifiul. i wonted to want steam people buy my game but e dont know khow to give steam. a tried to upload it to a flashe gamae site but dey baned me fo vatever reason. i dont know. what is rong with my game. wat is wrong with peopel. how do yupload steam k tnx bye . I WILL BE RICH ONCE I GO STEAM AHAHA I AM RIHC GAMEA DEVELOPER.
Discovered your channel through this video. Love your content and subbed instantly. My only “issue” with your presentation is the way you end your sentences. You probably know what I’m talking about, but it sounds like you add an extra “ah” at the end of certain words. I just noticed it from the getgo, but it’s a minor nitpick. If it’s how you talk it’s how you talk. Great video and keep up the great work!
Valve doesn't care about what utter shit is sold on their platform. All they want is their cut of the profit and to boast they have more content than any other platform. Steam Direct will be no different, people will still have to wade through pages of shit in hope of finding one gem worthy of purchase.
Into The War was surprisingly fun when it originally released. However, it looks like it was severely downgraded after the fact.
The game was much faster, as you could sprint and double-jump around the map IIRC, making matches pretty fun and frenetic.
Not that it was ever good, mind you.
Why am i watching a person with no game making experience, judging games on steam?
The games may be bad, but you think you can make a good game on your own?
Also all good steam games are made by a team of people (maybe not Toby Fox)