Hi, first of all, thank you for this wonderful sites which I used throughly to find any good deal.
Pardon me if I missed any features while I list my suggestions.
Is there a way where I can set :
When Im using steam sales tracker, I need to go to individual package to see each of games in the package own score ratings.
Would be nice if there some sort of a ways to see:
Last 24 hours deal
Since Im kinda always check the deal daily, I always try to find what are new things that got discounted recently.
Usually I will just search for terms "minutes/hours ago" and manually search one by one.
Would be great if there a feature to only show last 24 hours sales (or maybe sales ending in 24 hours)
*Btw, for some reason, when using chrome browser the search feature sometimes go haywire when Im middle of searching. I usually resolved by retyping the search term.
Thank you again for this wonderful website.
May the force be with your wallet during next steam sales.
2. Why would you average a discrete metric (ratings per game)? That's like saying a HL3 + Evopollution package would be mediocre, because the average rating would be 57% at best.
For the first point, https://steamdb.info/sales/?good_deals_only
Thank you for that link. Exactly what I wanted.
For no 2, right now there is no way to judge package "quality" from steam sales tracker by glance over them.
I know it wouldnt be correct to put average, but it is better than a dash / no score in my opinions.
For example, if I wanted to know if a package is good or not (from steam sales tracker page, I have to:
Probably the best way is to display ratings in "Apps" tab, but again it also didnt display discount % as well there.
For package ratings, I would really like to some rating for them too,but it's not as easy as it is for single apps.
Perhaps I should sum up all positive and negative reviews for all apps in the package and then calculate Wilson score based on these totals?
I've added that. How does it look?
Ok nice, I can differentiate between "good and bad" packages now.
There are some another suggestion:
Colour coded list:
After scoring added for package, now it a bit not clear which is package and which is not.
Although it already have feature for to find "packages only", there is another way to make it easier.
Change colour of the bar or add a "colour dot" in listing.
It would be great if package can have this multiple dot (or number) to indicate what kinda of package it is (I saw there are all DLC packages with no score)
*Didnt know that clicking left-side of list will immediately bring to steam store. Shouldve known that much earlier.
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