22 votes

Steam now allows you to mark games as owned on another platform, so they will stop appearing in your store but will be used to recommend similar games to you

3 comments

  1. VoidOutput Link
    Oooooh hell yes! I can also now hide games that I have experienced through a YouTube playthrough as well! Damn, people are screaming about Epic but you have to recognize that it seems to have put...

    Oooooh hell yes! I can also now hide games that I have experienced through a YouTube playthrough as well!

    Damn, people are screaming about Epic but you have to recognize that it seems to have put some competition back in the game. Maybe after more features and a redesign I could see myself using Steam again.

    8 votes
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    Eylrid Link
    This not only more convenient for users, but it's good for Valve, too. They can stop recommending games people won't buy because they already have them and they get market data about what games...

    This not only more convenient for users, but it's good for Valve, too. They can stop recommending games people won't buy because they already have them and they get market data about what games people are buying on other platforms.

    7 votes
    1. Adys Link Parent
      It's also excellent competitive data. Which games sell better on other platforms, poorer on steam etc.

      It's also excellent competitive data. Which games sell better on other platforms, poorer on steam etc.

      3 votes