They really do need to step up to the plate and start looking at a just what is being published through their systems to customers. GOG have a vetting process hence why you don't get any shovelware on there. Steam though is allowing anything to get through without any vetting at all. Didn't they start charging for putting up a game on Greenlight to try and stop things like Earth 2066 from happening. I do like seeing some of the old classics on there must admit, more so if it is done by someone like Night Dive Studios as they do the relevant work to make sure their games work from start to finish on modern systems, a few of the other titles that are landing on there are getting the basics done to make it run and out the door.