The CEO of Insel Games commits its employees to buy the games and value them positively
Valve has deleted all titles on Island games of its Steam platform as a result of a review of the manipulation of the audit assessment.
It was recently reported on Reddit that the editor of this game, Insel Games Ltd., has tried to manipulate the user revision point for their Steam titles. We have investigated these complaints and we have identified an unacceptable behavior involving several Steam accounts controlled by the editor of this game. The editor seems to have used several Steam accounts to write positive comments about their own games. This is a clear violation of our audit policy, and something we take very seriously.
For these reasons, we are terminating our business relationship with Insel Games Ltd. and eliminate your games from our store. If you have purchased this game before, it will remain available in your Steam library.
Tanto Guardians of Ember just as Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan and all the other Island games have been withdrawn from the store, players will continue to have access to them and be able to play. Without restrictions, the developer will not be able to make new sales through Steam.
The investigation comes after a Reddit post revealed that the CEO of Insel Games asked employees to buy, in this case, Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan, and to publish a review. “I ask you to do the following: Buy the game and show the receipt until Friday night so you can return within 24 hours or explain to me tomorrow why you do not want to do this,” the CEO wrote to his staff.
We’ve already talked about the disagreement in some Insel Games games, and we’ll come to that conclusion they did not stop worrying, and we also share Keys for the Beta of Wild Buster: Heroes of Titan, but it was clear that interest in the game was not very strong. The actions of the CEO are those performed by a desperate person who has seen the crack in front of their noses and has not been brave enough to admit his crack, and prefers to choose the “easy way” to falsify data.