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Remove Day One: Garry's Incident from the Steam Store.

    1. Daniel Lee
    2. Petition by

      Daniel Lee

      Torrance, CA

Day One: Garry's Incident by Wild Game Studios is incomplete, buggy, and does not offer what is advertised. Wild Game Studios is also abusing copyright laws in order to hide negative criticism and any information informing the consumer base that the game is unfinished and buggy. At least until the release a patch in the future to fix all current problems the game is unplayable.

Remove Day One: Garry's Incident from the Steam Store.

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Recent signatures


    1. Reached 4,000 signatures
    2. Finally reached 1,000 signatures!

      Daniel Lee
      Petition Organizer

      Great job guys!
      There's several backlashed going against this petition.
      But we need to remember and people need to know that this petition is about the fact that there's an unfinished game that is in an unplayable state in the Steam store. Like how War Z was unfinished and unplayable, Day One also needs to follow suit and see its way out of the Steam store. At least until it's playable.

      So on that note,
      Spread the word and thanks for the support!

    3. Reached 1,000 signatures
    4. Awesome Job Guys!

      Daniel Lee
      Petition Organizer

      We hit 500 signatures.
      We are most likely going to need a lot more than 500 in order to get Valve's attention but it doesn't matter how slowly we go, as long as we don't stop.

    5. Reached 500 signatures
    6. Over 100 Signatures!

      Daniel Lee
      Petition Organizer

      This petition is less than an hour old and there's already over 175 signatures. Hopefully, Valve will agree that unfinished games and their developers should not be allowed to essentially 'steal' hard earned money from us gamers.

      I'm glad to see that even with internet community/gaming community being considered a toxic and negative environment that we can group together to support a mutual cause.

      Thanks for all the support in moving the gaming industry forward in a more consumer friendly direction!

    7. Reached 100 signatures


    Reasons for signing

    • Alexander Parrish AUSTIN, TX
      • about 1 month ago

      The developers behind DO:GI intentionally and almost irreparably wounded gaming culture by giving a copy of their game to a well-known and widely liked reviewer named TotalBiscuit. Finding the game to be severely lacking, TotalBiscuit wrote and published a video review saying exactly this. The developers responded by filing a copyright infringement claim against TotalBiscuit in order to have his review taken down. This disrespectful gesture towards TotalBiscuit has had ramifications across the entire gaming community. A precedent was set of using copyright as a weapon to censor critics. The company eventually left an insincere apology, and then removed it. Members of the developer were found to be leaving false positive reviews on several websites to boost their scores.

    • Oliver Kruse Andersson HJøRRING, DENMARK
      • 2 months ago

      Because Stephane is a disrespectful piece of shit.

    • Shane Pettit ATLANTA, GA
      • 2 months ago

      Games like this should not be on Steam.. but they are - so a solid refund policy would help to empower players to self-regulate these games by not allowing them to profit from Steams 'No Refund' policy.


    • Ori Haski חיפה, ISRAEL
      • 2 months ago

      The abused the law

    • Júlio Torres BRASíLIA, BRAZIL
      • 2 months ago



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