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Mommy's lunch money is going to end soon. Wonder who will they sue once they are broke. Just LOL.
Called it. Two weeks. Literally JUST LOL at wasting your last pennies on a lawsuit that accomplished nothing.

This guy will be a laughing stock for ever.
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Historically, perjury was defined as lying while testifying in court. The law now defines the crime to cover not just trials but also many other proceedings, including grand juries, family law court, bail hearings, Congressional committee hearings, and depositions in civil lawsuits.

LOL. Ya dun goofed.
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I'm having hard time between LOL and ROFL, ROFL will be the winner I think.

I prefer ROFNLJR (Rolling On Floor Not Laughing Just Rolling). Great one at parties
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With the devs ceasing to exist, what happens with their case against Jim Sterling? Is the party still on on there?

Also, the comments from James Romine are quite spectacular:
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“The case dismissal was only due to financial reasons caused by the removal of our games. I believe the case was very solid. There were in excess of 140 false statements by the 11 steam users, tens of thousands of posts harassing myself and my customers, three direct interference with written contracts with third parties by steam users (some of which were competitors), and much more. A combined in excess of 25 reports were filed against the worst users of the 11 with no resolutions being found."

“We may have been painted in a negative customer light by gaming media, truthfully we’ve been fighting for lower prices and a more open market – which to me is the most important thing for consumers.”
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Is there a place where I can find the names of everyone involved with Digital Homicide? I don't want to purchase their future games, if they make any.
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Is there a place where I can find the names of everyone involved with Digital Homicide? I don't want to purchase their future games, if they make any.

If any of these people ever find jobs in the industry again i'd never fear for my job again.
 
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They were never a real studio, it was just some guy looking to get paid because he obviously couldnt make money selling his scam games.
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Good riddance. What a joke of a developer.
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Is there a place where I can find the names of everyone involved with Digital Homicide? I don't want to purchase their future games, if they make any.

They will. They absolutely will. It won't be under the Digital Homicide name, however. In fact they've already published games under different names before. I fully expect them to get back on Steam with new accounts in a few weeks.

Anyway, it's not like these games cost much to make. They're "asset flips," where pre-built Unity assets are taken and are sold as a game on Steam. Cost is $100 for the one-time Greenlight fee (lol) and maybe a few hundred for the asset packs. Selling a game at $9.99 and - before the refunds were introduced anyway - suckering in a few dozen people would pay for "development" costs. Plus, you could reuse the assets in other games as well, hell, even in clones of the first one. Valve does not care about Greenlight and I really, really hope a developer trying to SUE THEIR CUSTOMERS is enough for them to take a look at how screwed up a system Greenlight is.

But then again Greenlight has led to some hilarious and juicy Internet drama like this, so... Can't really complain there. thumb.gif
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Is there a place where I can find the names of everyone involved with Digital Homicide? I don't want to purchase their future games, if they make any.

I'll answer myself, James Romine and Robert Romine (brothers).

Found in the legal papers they used to sue everyone.

SMALL EDIT: Wanna laugh your asses off? They used the term "gang bang" in their legal papers haha


Edited by _Chimera - 10/2/16 at 10:26am
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