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Sue-Happy Developer Digital Homicide 'Destroyed', Seeks To Dismiss Legal Battles

Well, this debacle appears to have came to an abrupt end. Digital Homicide, the developer that not only sued 100 Steam users, but Valve as well, has been “stomped into the ground from a thousand directions”, according to the company’s James Romine. More »      
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