Valve, the company behind the Steam gaming platform, is currently under investigation by the Brazilian government after allowing a controversial game to be sold on its platform. While the platform's relaxed attitude towards games seemed like a commendable idea at the time, it's starting to backfire. When Valve announced earlier this year it was taking a more hands-off approach to its own catalog of games, I initially called it a good thing. After... (Date:10/13/2018 00:10) Read full article >>

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