Yesterday, Wario 64 posted that military shooter with a message Spec Ops: The Line had been delisted from Steam. While the game still shows up on other storefronts, its removal has confounded the game’s developers. On X, director Cory Davis wrote that the removal, “makes no sense” and that the game’s tackling of war crimes and their human cost — something military shooters have tended to ignore — are relevant now more than ever.
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