Valve recent released the Interactive Recommender with Steam Labs, giving consumers the freedom to see what kinds of games they want from the most popular to the nichest of niche.
This update has been doing extremely well and is pretty favorable among independent developers. With almost ten thousand being wishlisted thanks to the recommender, Valve has given us a teaser of what's to come with their system.
We've heard your requests for more dynamic tag selection tools to help guide the Interactive Recommender's results, and we hope to build these soon. We will also continue to monitor and improve the Interactive Recommender's success connecting users with compelling content. The strong performance we're seeing so far may be due in part to the novelty of the feature, so we're continuing to monitor results and conduct additional tests to confirm our initial findings. Meanwhile, given your positive feedback, we're exploring ways to offer the Interactive Recommender's features in other parts of the Store.
Valve briefly teased a "fourth" experiment in their Steam Labs program.
General updates to the Interactive Recommender include a new exclusion feature, UI updates and the fact that the recommender is continuously growing and adapting.
Steam's full announcement can be seen on their community page.