Bitmob - Duke Nukem Eventually: Disappointment by the numbers.
The hubris of Duke's creators has tarnished the charm of his character. And because of their errors, we're stuck with a gigantic man-baby, who is little more than a walking anachronism. Maybe they should have left him alone, back in his own time, where he could have been happy stuffing dollar bills into strippers' thongs and wasting Pig Cops.
Fox News Latino - Call of Juarez: The Cartel Turns Border Violence Into a Game.
ďI think this should be taken very seriously considering the large scale demonization of Mexico and the Mexican people,Ē said Dr. Kathleen Staudt, Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at El Paso. ďPeople who donít understand the border and donít know the border are now going to view it in a caricature game,Ē said Dr. Staudt, researcher on topics including immigration, the border, and violence. ďThe whole picture of the border is one in which people are suffering tragedies but also itís about the resilience of the people.Ē
Cliffski's Blog - Democracy and Steam.
Now obviously, steam can do what they like. They are a private company. They might think the game is too amateurish. they might think it wonít sell. They might think that their time is better spent getting bigger budget, or newer games listed. Democracy 2 is a few years old now. This is all up to them. However, I canít help but think it would sell really well. Itís a game that looks a bit sucky in screenshots, but people get into it really quickly. I think there is a market there, especially amongst the ĎI only buy games on steamí crowd. Itís very moddable too.