Originally Posted by Vhati
they would not remove existing games for existing content already provided. what they would do is update the rules for new content being released. Grandfathering in so to speak games that already existed on steam, but dont have new DLC content coming.
crysis 2 happens to be released at a point in time where the old DLC feel before the new rules, and the map pack released on the 15th feel inside the new rules. All hypothetical though.
As I said though, then we'd not have seen Crysis 2 pulled, rather the new DLC simply rejected, no?
That's why I'm saying, it doesn't add up either way, so there's probably more and/or something else to it.
I guess we'll find out if/when the next The Sims 3 expansion packs hits if it doesn't show up on Steam, and it better or I'll be very sour at Valve if they are at fault. I rebought the entire pack on Steam when I already had it all up until Night Life, just so I could have it on Steam. If it stops being on Steam, that made that entire purchase ($150 so far) worthless.