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Political donation leads to dev boycott.
No, seriously. That's not a joke.
Valve has responded to the boycott other digital distributors have announced on Steamworks games.
Independent retailers such as Chips have said that the PSPgo will fail miserably.
Valve's Gabe Newell has announced that he will honour plans to visit a modder in Australia.
Sony says that the retail problems facing the PSPgo aren't as bad as they expected.
The largest Dutch retailer, Nedgame, is apparently refusing to sell the PSPgo.
Valve has turned the tables on L4D fans, demanding a trip to Australia in response to their boycott of one L4D mod.
In an attempt to quell worries among fans, Valve flew leaders of the Left 4 Dead 2 boycott out to preview the game in Seattle.
Valve has responded to the Left 4 Dead 2 boycott, pledging on-going support for the original game.
Hardly the reaction that we think Valve was heading for, a rising number of fans have pledged not to buy Left 4 Dead 2.
The Sex Workers Outreach Project have called for concerned parents to vote with their wallets and boycott Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas. Bit late for that, innit?
A human-rights group is calling for action over claims Yahoo is 'cheerfully sacrificing human rights in return for a cut of the Chinese market'. That's not cool, man.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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