Controversial mass murdering game 'Hatred' is now finally available for digital pre-order. Was all the hype surrounding the game actually worth it? We'll soon find out.
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Controversial mass murdering game, 'Hatred' was removed from Steam Greenlight yesterday which sparked a lot of discussion. The game has now returned to Greenlight thanks to Gabe Newell.
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Valve is arguably the most influential company in the PC gaming industry and it could, if current rumors are correct, even topple Microsoft's current leadership in the game console space.