VALVE GIVES DEVELOPERS POWER TO BAN PLAY
Caliber posted on Apr 30, 2015 3:38:15 PM - Report post
is this just a statement or is there a link for this?
SyLaR83 posted on Apr 30, 2015 3:46:27 PM - Report post
Surely they just can't ban you out of the blue for leaving a poor game review, and should have some parameters included for this. if the game developer doesn't like you doesn't mean he/she can ban you!
Valve has taken the "We are not responsible, we don't care" card which is a little welcome to all the abusers. From what I read so far I don't think this is any good. But there are several information missing yet. Guess we have to wait.
YouIntel posted on May 08, 2015 4:00:50 PM - Report post
I would like to firstly input my subjective opinion on the matter before going into detail.
I wholeheartedly support Valve's continued efforts in putting a sequential end to an issue that has plagued PC gaming for so very long.
However, I do not support their wish to revoke the ability to opt-out of this change.
It is ultimately the hosts' right to change the cheat-prevention software running on their gameserver at will. In Valve's mind; are they not subject to such a remedy?
This only opens more questions, and I would like to hear the community's opinion.
Chashmodai posted on May 08, 2015 5:31:54 PM - Report post
I'm positive towards this. It'll hopefully make cheaters in online games less of a common occurrence.
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