Alex White of The Independent writes "I love violent video games. I’ve played all of the GTAs, most of the Modern Warfares, and more than a few hack n’ slash RPGs. I’ve never been bothered by blood and guts. But when it comes to the boundaries of good taste and quality, there's a line.
Originally, I thought it was a joke. That the release of Hatred by Destructive Creations was a joke. If only."
"So, as you might expect, when Steam decided to pull the game, I thought, “Good for them. They shouldn’t have to sell this crap.” The backlash was instantaneous. “They’re demolishing our freedom of speech!” said the fans; “It’s a conspiracy!” They demanded that Steam return the game to Greenlight post haste."