Alright, hear me out on this one. Digital Homicide makes bad games. That isn't anything new or exciting, a lot of companies make games that run bad and aren't exciting. They've made five games in a year and half, and threw them onto Steam through green light. None of that is particularly bad, aside from the fact that Steam Green Light isn't something that has any real quality control. The problem is the attitude. There seems to be this notion, from certain Indies and not all, that seem to believe they're above reproach. Their games are supposedly above reproach on the simple basis that they don't have millions of dollars. Any issue with bugs, or with asset flipping, or anything else is supposed to just be thrown to the wind because they don't have the same funds as EA or Activision or Square Enix. And that ignores good games that do come from Indies with low resources. What do you guys think? Is this a problem cropping up amongst Indies or is this man just acting entitled on his own? For those of you who want to look at some of his works, they're all on Steam (to my knowledge). Look up Medieval Mercs, or Slaughtering Grounds, or Six Nights at Susies, or the other two if you'd like to look at them. Heck, with the refunds you can even get your money back if you don't like them. That's not the topic, though.