The end is coming. The end of Steam Greenlight. The end of this tyranny. The beginning of a better world.
Adeki scoured the earth and asked the powers that be what his next editorial should be about. The heavens rejected him and instead his boss, Lusipurr, decided that Adeki should write an editorial about one of the most versatile root vegetables: potatoes.
I can feel it. The end is near. Something, maybe fate or destiny, is guiding me towards the answer. Steam Greenlight will end.
Adeki took three days out of his busy schedule of eating tacos to attend an anime convention known as SacAnime. As a gift to the readers of this site, he kept notes and decided to write up the splendors and atrocities he witnessed. To know more, read on!
I come to you from a remote, hidden place. Lusipurr cannot find me here. Or I HOPE he cannot find me here.
Adeki, along with four dedicated game developers, wrote this editorial over a period of five years to see if indie games charge too much for their content. Are indie developers overcharging the consumer, or do their limitations even out? Read on!
Adeki adorns his ornamental top hat and grows a luxurious beard in order to experience the life of former President Abraham Lincoln. Which video game best interpreted Abraham Lincoln as not just a President, but as a person? Read on to cast your opinion!
I have finally found the light at the end of the tunnel, literally. I will be free.
Adeki blows the dust off of his Polaroid and takes a picture examining the screenshot/camera function in video games? Is the truth a blurry mess or a clear picture of what is to come in the future? Read on to find out!
I will escape from this dungeon. I will be free. I will never have to look at a Steam Greenlight game again.