Steam's Double Standards For Curation Exposed With Life Is Strange 2 Underage Sex Scene

Posted By   focus's Avatar focus   on May 18th, 2019 Report

For many months now Japanese, Chinese, and South Korean developers have had to tiptoe around an amorphous set of rules opaquely employed by Valve regarding what sort of games are allowed on the Steam storefront. Valve has been using the term “child exploitation” to axe anime style games from mostly smallish Asian studios whenever they feature sexy or attractive female characters in romantic settings that some of Valve’s staff consider to be inappropriate. This is despite the fact that some of these games are the all-ages version and don’t contain any sex or flagrant nudity. Well, Valve completely forewent that curation standard for Dontnod Entertainment’s Life Is Strange 2: Episode 3, which featured an underage sex scene, which featured nudity.

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