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Rape Day
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A game where you rape women and kill babies was supossed to release on steam and was pulled after some controversy, but there's more controversy to bring it back.

Apparently, some people paid for CD keys to the game, but since it was pulled, they lost their money.

Also, some people say that it makes no sense to pull a sexual game when there's a lot of violent videogames that harm nobody.

I personally don't care, but the comment section of this announcement is interesting. What are your thoughts?
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#2
if they suppressed the school shooter simulator, they're definitely suppressing this.
no surprises here.
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It's stupid to even try to name a game that, what did they expect would happen?
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I'm all for the removal of censorship but it was pretty clear this game was trying to start some sort of controversy. I think it's best for Valve not to put it on their store, lest they get into hot water when the game would blow up.
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This article provides a more complete story: https://www.businessinsider.com/steam-bl...ase-2019-3

The problem appears to be that Steam, despite saying that it supports developers' desires to express themselves, is pulling this game. 

According to the the article, they said that"We respect developers' desire to express themselves, and the purpose of Steam is to help developers find an audience, but this developer has chosen content matter and a way of representing it that makes it very difficult for us to help them do that."


I think I agree with people who say it should be released despite the controversy. If someone is against the release of this game they have to either be against all violent games or prove that this game somehow crosses a line that other violent games don't.

Also, you can probably find porn that is 20x more disturbing than this game within a few minutes.
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(2019-03-08 15:28:15)Ali Wrote: This article provides a more complete story: https://www.businessinsider.com/steam-bl...ase-2019-3

The problem appears to be that Steam, despite saying that it supports developers' desires to express themselves, is pulling this game. 

According to the the article, they said that"We respect developers' desire to express themselves, and the purpose of Steam is to help developers find an audience, but this developer has chosen content matter and a way of representing it that makes it very difficult for us to help them do that."


I think I agree with people who say it should be released despite the controversy. If someone is against the release of this game they have to either be against all violent games or prove that this game somehow crosses a line that other violent games don't.

Also, you can probably find porn that is 20x more disturbing than this game within a few minutes.

Steam won't let this game up, they principally should but it's obviously not worth the PR disaster that would inevitably ensue.

The porn part may be obvious to those of us who know, but enough people will still not care about this fact even if they knew, enough to boycott a politically-incorrect Steam.

Maybe we'll have a politically-incorrect niche game market for these instead.
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(2019-03-08 19:36:21)Verdusk Wrote:
(2019-03-08 15:28:15)Ali Wrote: This article provides a more complete story: https://www.businessinsider.com/steam-bl...ase-2019-3

The problem appears to be that Steam, despite saying that it supports developers' desires to express themselves, is pulling this game. 

According to the the article, they said that"We respect developers' desire to express themselves, and the purpose of Steam is to help developers find an audience, but this developer has chosen content matter and a way of representing it that makes it very difficult for us to help them do that."


I think I agree with people who say it should be released despite the controversy. If someone is against the release of this game they have to either be against all violent games or prove that this game somehow crosses a line that other violent games don't.

Also, you can probably find porn that is 20x more disturbing than this game within a few minutes.

Steam won't let this game up, they principally should but it's obviously not worth the PR disaster that would inevitably ensue.

The porn part may be obvious to those of us who know, but enough people will still not care about this fact even if they knew, enough to boycott a politically-incorrect Steam.

Maybe we'll have a politically-incorrect niche game market for these instead.


I feel like people know about the porn, its just that people don't want to touch that shit with a 20-foot pole or are too embarrassed to admit they know it exists.
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