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SteamWatch – A Steam Retrospective

Valve’s Steam platform has been able to successfully stand as one of the pioneers of PC gaming ever since its launch in 2003., presenting itself as one of the easiest…

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GreenWatch 22/05/2017 – Digital Homicide Return, Lord Kres, Fur Fun and more!

For those discovering GreenWatch for the first time, GreenWatch is an ongoing series held on both TechRaptor and Digital Homicides covering anything going on with developers/groups/users in the Steam/Steam Greenlight…

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GreenWatch 26/02/2017 – Lawsuit dismissals, Greenlight Sketchiness, Suspicious Writers, and more!

UPDATE: Regarding the “World of Darkness Has a Harasser for a Writer” story. An article came out on the developer’s blog regarding the accusations about Zak Smith. In the blog…

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[Updated] Digital Homicide Files To Dismiss Case Against Steam Users

Update: James Romine got back to us with some details on the situation and a few thoughts in general. There are a couple elements here, and the rest can be…

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Digital Homicide Threatens Legal Action Against Steam

Following their removal from Steam, development team Digital Homicide announced on their website that they will be pursuing legal action against Valve. Digital Homicide became the center of controversy after…

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KekRaptor: Digital Homicide Sues Valve; Wants Steam “Safe Space”

If you have ever wanted to see an indie video game developer commit PR suicide, then 2016 is your lucky year. In what appears to be an attempt to outdo…

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[Updated] Digital Homicide’s Games Removed From Steam

Update: Valve has responded to our question, confirming that they did delist the games. This was what Doug Lombardi of Valve had to say: Valve has stopped doing business with…

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Digital Homicide Suing 100 Steam Users for 18 Million

Update: It appears that in response to this lawsuit Valve removed Digital Homicide’s games from their store front. Original Story below:  Digital Homicide developer James Romine has been granted a…

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Digital Homicide Sues YouTube Video Game Critic Jim Sterling

Everywhere you look in today’s world, people have it hard. Great game developers work long hours to try to make the next great game, and great critics challenge themselves and…