This. Video games have continued growing in popularity exponentially since the late 70s. Both in sales/consumption, and creation. Add to that the fact that "one man's trash is another man's treasure", and you can't please everyone. What should Steam do? Limit the games they offer based on "quality"? Who gets to judge that quality? Hypothetical examples: * Steam themselves review games, and reject things they consider not worthy. Result: devs and customers up in arms that Steam are elitist arseholes. * Steam rely on crowd sourced reviews for games, and if you drop below a certain ranking, you're out. Result: devs and customers up in arms that only mainstream stuff can make it, and interesting projects don't stand a chance. * Steam only allow larger, establish brands sales through their store. Result: devs and customers up in arms that indies don't get a chance. It doesn't matter what they do, there will be people are going to be upset that it doesn't suit them. FWIW, this is how I've been buying games for decades. Store fronts have always been very much geared to the mainstream. What you might be experiencing is the fact that you're no longer the target audience. Welcome to being considered "old".