Started by fernewelten, 15 Sep 2021, 14:33
Quote from: Babar on 16 Sep 2021, 13:13Aside from his (quite impractical, if you ask me) suggestion that you should pay someone $500-1000 to do it for you,
Quote from: Babar on 16 Sep 2021, 13:13As for your question, I was just watching a video recently that touched on it:[GDC 30-minute Steam page makeovers]
Quote from: fernewelten on 17 Sep 2021, 12:50Do you react to unknown games that are presented to you in a similar way as the talk author supposes?
Quote from: fernewelten on 18 Sep 2021, 12:57I CAN NOT deal with a list of pictures without context, optionally adorned with "x % off". I need completely different information in order to judge whether I want to buy a game. I feel that I'm in for a complete waste of my time, by needing to click on All. Those. Damn. Pics. One. By. One. In. Order. To. Get. At. Founded. Information., so I shy away and leave.
QuoteI do have got a largish portfolio of games in my Steam account, of course, but I've never arrived at any of those games through a "browsing" process as described. In each case, I'd always been pointed to some specific Steam page through other means, and I went to that page in order to buy, when I was already sold. For instance, I'm on the Internet (!) homepage of some game, find it cool, see a "Buy it on Steam" type button and then switch to the Steam page to buy.
QuoteI don't think I've ever "wishlisted" any game in all my life, and I wouldn't see any advantage to it from the prospect's perspective, either. I'll buy it when I'm ready, irrespective of release drama or sales timelines. I don't waste my time with kitchen fridge lists of what I "wish", and I don't think that's any of Valve's business to peek their inquisitive nose into, thank you plenty.Yes, there are sales. But let's be honest and look past the artificial drama. Games have their specific price at each phase of the selling lifetime, and when a "good" price has once been made, it'll soon come back, or an even better one.
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