In the past getting through greenlight was very hard, after some time it became easier, but maybe it has changed again and it has become a little harder again, I don't know.
Steam is fast becoming one of the worst and most expensive platforms, despite the never ending sales.
Just because steam has millions of users does not mean that sales are higher on steam.Finding something worth playing on steam is borderline impossible, its like trying to find decent software for a mobile device, pointless time waste. There is so much to wade through, and steam picks and chooses what sells
Given the amount of trash on steam, along with games that still cannot get greenlit, it appears that steam greenlight is 100% arbitrary.
Simple proof of this, ubergame a minor mod of stock torque that just happened to get greenlight vs Airship dragoon that had to 'fight' for thousands of votes.
While i understand that no mother admits their baby is ugly in public....
If you have a real serious game and not some obvious ripoff or trash than you should be able to get through greenlight very easily.
Did you seriously keep a straight face while typing this?