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Developer suing Steam reviewers drops case following financial difficulties

Last month developer Digital Homicide Studios' games were removed from Steam after the company decided to sue 100 Steam customers for around $18m after leaving negative reviews. At the time Valve diplomatically called the developer's action "being hostile to Steam customers." As reported by Techraptor, the case has now been dropped by Digital Homicide, who claimed to not have enough money to follow through on this legal battle.
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