Digital Homicide, a 2 man developer team commonly accused of selling asset flips (games made up almost entirely of content purchased from the Unity Engine, Unreal Engine, Cryengine, etc. stores) and pushing "shovelware" onto the Steam store, has recently had all its games removed from platform.
Its believed that this is in response to reports that Digital Homicide has attempted to sue around 100 Steam users for "personal damages" over negative reviews of their games. This is in addition to them suing games critic Jim Sterling for $15 million, over his repeated negative feedback over their games.
You can find more information in the following video:
Playdead Games' platformer is currently being made available on Steam for free until 6pm this evening (June 22nd)
Once added to your account it will remain even after the free period is over http://store.steampowered.com/app/48000/
GoG have launched a new service today for their platform. What the new service does, is allows you to link your Steam and GoG libraries. In doing so, certain eligible games that are in your Steam library and are available on GoG, will also be made available in your GoG library.
The service is not without limitations however:
Only certain games will be eligible and this list will change over time. Once a game is imported into your GoG library however, you keep it.
You can only link one Steam account and this link it permanent. You cannot ever change it.
You cant buy a game on Steam, get it linked into your GoG account and then get a refund on Steam, keeping it on GoG. They've thought this one through already
It can only import games, not friends lists, achievements, etc.
Give it a go at the following link: Clicky! But be warned, the service is being fairly hammered today and is a bit hit and miss.
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