Valve has sneakingly updated Steam in the past week to further improve the way in which reviews can assist in making potential purchases. Since the new feature was not mentioned in the patch notes of recent client updates, you’ll have to see this for yourself. Just head over to the digital marketplace and open up the reviews of any released game. You’ll notice that they now show the number of hours played at the time the review was written. This is a significant addition to Steam that will make it easier for users to separate legitimate postings. Someone who has marked a game as “not recommended” after playing only an hour or two says volumes about the worth of their review. Just imagine a game like The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt that has over a hundred hours of content. You’ll naturally want to learn how good or bad the game is from a player who has put in at least ten hours as opposed to a person bashing the combat mechanics within the opening scene. There’s another advantage to this feature. It also serves as a deterrence against review bombs. Valve has already made a few efforts to curtail these… Read full this story
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