I play games. Sometimes I play games live on the internets for your viewing pleasure. If I'm not playing games, I'm probably talking about them. Or organizing them, or buying more of them. I may have a problem.
There's too much to do! I'm so lost, I'm not sure if I'm following the main story or just bumming it around Mordor. I caught a Caragor, which for whatever reason made it instantly loyal to me. Unfortunately it rips the faces off the orcs I can interrogate before I can interrogate them. But, I can't bring myself to abandon it because now I feel responsible for it.
Well, he flipped out over the release of his game and how it still said 'Early Access' on the store front. Which happens to pretty much every Early Access game. Steam is buggy, it's the way it is. Most devs take to their forums and let people know the game is in fact OUT of Early Access. This dev decided to go flip out on twitter. And so, Steam issued a statement saying they had severed ties with that particular dev due to the death threat, and removed his game.
Honestly I think he was just going the 'any publicity is good publicity' route to get people onto his steam store page to buy his game, which backfired tremendously on him. This isn't the first time he's stirred things up. He accused Groupees in the past of not paying him for the bundle he was in. Something no other dev ever has claimed. Groupees provided emails and bank statements to prove otherwise.
Ha! The biggest scare I probably ever had in a video game is about the same. I was just minding my own business, working my farm in minecraft... mobs OFF.... or at least I thought they were until I turned around and SSSSSSSSSSsssssssssss BOOM. Freakin' creepers, man.