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Malaysian Government block their citizens from accessing Steam over fighting game where Jesus can fight Bhudda

A tiny little eight-dollar fighting game is causing quite a stir. Indie brawler Fight of Gods has caused the Malaysian Government’s Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commission (MCMC) department to take a swipe at Steam, denying their citizens access to the Steam store through a blanket, country-wide ban of the Steam Store in reaction to the […]
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