Insanity Chicken 11. mar 2013 kl. 4:18pm
This is back on Steam?
Whaaaaat?! HOW?!
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Nerevar's Goat Santa 11. mar 2013 kl. 4:26pm 
One word: Opinions.
Some people actually like it. If you dont, just leave it alone.
Insanity Chicken 11. mar 2013 kl. 4:35pm 
And now that you've stated yours, I'm still left wondering how and why this is back on Steam.
Nerevar's Goat Santa 11. mar 2013 kl. 4:50pm 
Because some people want to buy it.
James 11. mar 2013 kl. 5:18pm 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Insanity Chicken:
I'm still left wondering why this is on Steam.

"Steam is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications platform developed by Valve Corporation. It is used to distribute games and related media online, from small independent developers to larger software houses; in October 2012, Valve expanded the service to include non-gaming software. Steam provides the user with installation and automatic management of software across multiple computers, community features such as friends lists and groups, cloud saving, and in-game voice and chat functionality. The software provides a freely available application programming interface, Steamworks, that developers can take advantage of to integrate many of Steam's functions within their software products, including copy protection, networking and matchmaking, in-game achievements and micro-transactions, and support for user-created content through Steam Workshop. Though initially developed for use on Microsoft Windows, the client has expanded to include OS X and Linux versions, and clients with limited functionality on the PlayStation 3 console and for both iOS and Android mobile devices. In addition to being a central hub for gaming software, Valve has created a version of Steam with altered functionality to be used in schools for educational software, including a modified version of Portal 2 for teaching science and critical thinking lessons.

As of December 2012, there are over 1860 games available through Steam, and 54 million active user accounts. As of January 2013, Steam has seen over 6.6 million concurrent players. Steam has an estimated 50–70% share of the digital distribution market for video games."
Insanity Chicken 11. mar 2013 kl. 5:43pm 
Nice copy paste, good job contributing absolutely nothing. Still doesn't answer why it is back on Steam.
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Gold 11. mar 2013 kl. 5:53pm 
Yes it does answer the question because Steam is just a middle man. You can't just get rid of something that YOU don't like off steam. There's some people that enjoy it and some people that don't.
Elazul 11. mar 2013 kl. 6:10pm 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Commander PewPew:
One word: Opinions.
Some people actually like it. If you dont, just leave it alone.

Opinions are like a$$holes. Everyone has one and sometimes they stink. If it was just people's opinions as to why this game sucked I don't think they would have so many angry people. Allegations of fraud and scamming which have already been reported by major outlets such as Forbes[www.forbes.com](and this[www.forbes.com], and this[www.forbes.com], and this[www.forbes.com], and this, ect the list could go on forever). The game is a cleverly designed scam plain and simple.
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Cappiminati 11. mar 2013 kl. 6:12pm 
Oh you know going out on a limb here, you didn't see the other 200 threads on here about this?
Insanity Chicken 11. mar 2013 kl. 6:32pm 
Allegations of fraud, scamming, and outright deceit is what caused this game to get a 20 metascore, get lambasted by review critics, and eventually pulled from the Steam library.

So I'm wondering, why is this title back after essential fraud? Not a single person has answered this question yet.
Fruitcake 11. mar 2013 kl. 6:52pm 
I remember when they were so lazy they just decided to use the League of Legends terms of use...
Crix 11. mar 2013 kl. 7:02pm 

Oprindeligt skrevet af Commander PewPew:
One word: Opinions.
Some people actually like it. If you dont, just leave it alone.

You're wrong it's not opinions when they're accurate. It's proof positive the game is a Scam. There is more than enough information about this game plauging the internet to find that out. So it's not about a "dislike" or "hate" about the game. It's consumers getting riped off and it's still on Steam for unknown reason.

OP I would take a guess and say how sucessful they've been with conning the gaming community, they've probably some how snaked their way in. I'm sure there is some underlining reason why it's allowed on Steam. It's now labled as "foundation release", and I think for games to be on Steam they need to be feature complete and it's obvious that WarZ is not as it's barely able to implement anything correctly or at all from the last promoised features. SOooo basically what they talk about implementing into this game they can't do as they have shown over and over with there lackluster updates. The developers are money driven, and underdeveloped and very unprofessional.
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Revelene 11. mar 2013 kl. 7:51pm 
Wanting this game removed, again, is not opinion. It's the fact that this company lies about several "features" and have used copyright material... I'm actually very surprised that AMC have not sued this company for using and altering photo and video material without consent.

I hope people keep posting hate for this game and company as this does not deserve to be sold on steam. I do hope that AMC sues.
Revelene 11. mar 2013 kl. 7:55pm 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Ahri:
Yes it does answer the question because Steam is just a middle man. You can't just get rid of something that YOU don't like off steam. There's some people that enjoy it and some people that don't.

Do you wear a helmet? Did you not see the altered images stolen from AMC? AND the lies about the in-game features?

It does not answer the question.
James 11. mar 2013 kl. 8:04pm 
Oprindeligt skrevet af Insanity Chicken:
Nice copy paste, good job contributing absolutely nothing. Still doesn't answer why it is back on Steam.

I think it is on steam because steam is a digital distribution platform and the game is for sale on it. That was just a guess though (one that I didn't see anyone else offer up so far so I figured it was a fresh perspective). I also didn't think it was that complex, but I figured the Wikipedia intro would be fairly clear to help explain what steam is and what it does.

On another subject, I am not sure you have room to talk about "good contributions" as someone who created a 3rd or 4th generation copy of the same contentless forum thread...
Nerevar's Goat Santa 11. mar 2013 kl. 8:10pm 
Oprindeligt skrevet af i80-TR32_3432o000:
Oprindeligt skrevet af Commander PewPew:
One word: Opinions.
Some people actually like it. If you dont, just leave it alone.

You're wrong it's not opinions when they're accurate. It's proof positive the game is a Scam. There is more than enough information about this game plauging the internet to find that out. So it's not about a "dislike" or "hate" about the game. It's consumers getting riped off and it's still on Steam for unknown reason.

OP I would take a guess and say how sucessful they've been with conning the gaming community, they've probably some how snaked their way in. I'm sure there is some underlining reason why it's allowed on Steam. It's now labled as "foundation release", and I think for games to be on Steam they need to be feature complete and it's obvious that WarZ is not as it's barely able to implement anything correctly or at all from the last promoised features. SOooo basically what they talk about implementing into this game they can't do as they have shown over and over with there lackluster updates. The developers are money driven, and underdeveloped and very unprofessional.

I happen to like it, and I know plent of people who do as well.
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