Excuse the title but in this case it was deemed necessary to term it in that way. Hatred, for those of you who are unfamiliar with it, is a game about a male individual who is set on a genocidal mission killing everyone in site. You can read our previous article for more details about the game here. Hatred, earlier today, was set on Steam’s Greenlight campaign and within a few hours was quickly taken down.
Given it’s violent nature some may not approve of Hatred‘s concept which is completely fine. In no way does that mean you have to take part in the game nor play it. The problem, however, is that many do want to see this game make it as Destructive Creations is oozing with support and fans but for some reason Destructive Creations won’t be given the opportunity to share their game with Steam users. Oddly enough this comes to an utter shock and sets in an overwhelming feeling of disappointment. It feels as if the voice of few overpowered the majority with no real reason but a series of excuses. Destructive Creations is maintaining a positive outlook as they go on saying that they respect the decision, but lets be honest in what why does this seem fair? Let’s condone to killing in a game if it’s sugarcoated and padded with a somewhat sense of rational.
This isn’t the end for Hatred as Destructive Creations assures us “that this won’t in any way impact the game’s development, game’s vision or gameplay features”. The game is still set to be released next year as planned so there is some light at the end of the tunnel.
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