Following a public backlash over their attempts to remove a video critical of their game, the developers of Day One: Garry’s Incident have issued a public apology to, well, pretty much everyone.
TotalBiscuit, a YouTube gaming critic, is one of the most popular "personalities" on the service. When he says a game is rubbish, people notice. And when the company behind that game tries to get his criticism taken offline, more people notice.
With a title like Day One: Garry’s Incident you might be mistaken into thinking Garry had a small traffic accident, or maybe grazed his knee. But no, Garry does nothing in half measures. He’s only gone and crashed his airplane through a strange rift.
Of course, Guncraft is just one of the eight games (and three software titles) the community approved for Steam-driven distribution last week. We've got a jungle survival game, a supernatural adventure-thriller, and even a mining adventure set on Mars. Let's dive right in.