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By on May 5, 2015 at 2:30 am

There’s been a growing chorus of complaints about the Steam Greenlight process for a while, with critics, gamers and developers complaining that Valve’s hands-off approach has resulted in a complete over-saturation of the market. It’s resulted in some offensively bad titles getting through, but in some cases the games are just straight out offensive.

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