Valve has games Digital Homicide Steam account users sue




Valve has decided the portfolio of Digital Homicide pick up steam because the studio “hostile acts toward Steam customers. The game maker will include 100 Steam users for the right drag due to personal attacks. Now the studio wants to sue Valve.

The story began when turned to Digital Homicide, a developer of smaller games that are generally criticized in user reviews for their low quality and many bugs, decided to sue 100 different Steam users because of emotional damage. In the papers we read that users critical, sometimes coarse expression on the developer. The studio wants to see a total of $ 18 million in damages from users. A US judge dismissed the application to determine the identities of the users at Valve approved, writes Tech Raptor. Valve can still go to appeal here.

In response to the lawsuit Valves reaction was simple: all games of Digital Homicide were removed from Steam and the company agrees not to stop doing business with the developer “because of their hostility to Steam users. The studio had somewhere between 20 and 30 games on Steam.

As a response to this would Digital Homicide Steam sue again. The company claims that the 100 users who want to sue was first reported at Valve, but that they did not want to do with those reports. The studio therefore contends that it sees the lawsuit as the only possible way to defend themselves against online attacks. The argument of DH is accompanied by examples of personal attacks, statements like “I want anyone here is concerned murder,” and “you should commit suicide, I have wasted my money on this.”

In the lawsuit against the 100 Steam users represent the studio heads themselves but for the planned case against Valve they are looking for a lawyer. In another case , against YouTube game critic Jim Sterling, Digital Homicide also represents itself. The studio wants to see $ 15 million of Sterling for similar reasons.


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