Steam u-turns on ban for Danganronpa dev’s game and reworks review process

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Valve has determined, in its inscrutable and mysterious method, to reverse course on a previously-announced ban on the Steam launch of Chaos;Head Noah (opens in new tab), an anime visible novel and crime towards the semicolon from the builders of Danganronpa. Good timing, too: the sport releases as we speak.

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Even Valve’s laissez-faire ‘anything goes’ release policy (opens in new tab) has its exceptions, as developer Spike Chunsoft found when its port of 2009’s Chaos;Head Noah (itself a port of 2008’s Chaos;Head) was unceremoniously banned from launching on Steam (opens in new tab). Neither Valve nor Spike Chunsoft mentioned which guidelines the sport supposedly violated, the latter solely asserting that it would not be making the “guideline-required adjustments to the sport’s content material” to safe a Steam launch.

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