The rise of the Epic Games Store and its subsequent exclusivity deals with titles like Metro: Exodus has raised questions about which party is responsible and whether the practice is anti-consumer.
Conflicting announcements fuels confusion surrounding in-game 'gambling.'
Valve is addressing review bombing and antiquated storefront presentation, but not how much money it's paying out to devs.
SuperGiant Games' new title, Hades, and A44's Ashen are the first heavy-hitting exclusives on Epic Games Store's marketplace.
New announcements could be seen as another element in brewing battle against Epic Games, this time aimed at Fortnite.
The developer behind Steam Spy has been a controversial figure in the past.
The game promotes violence against political rivals of 'Brazil's Donald Trump.'
Even Steam's two week policy falls short due to game time restrictions.