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After FINALLY pulling controversial school shooting game, Steam says it will no longer police content for taste, and confirms it will now sell VR porn games in a 'jaw-dropping' move

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  • After FINALLY pulling controversial school shooting game, Steam says it will no longer police content for taste, and confirms it will now sell VR porn games in a 'jaw-dropping' move

    Gaming retailer Steam will continue to allow controversial content on its online store, the company has confirmed.

    The announcement comes less than a month after Steam was heavily criticised for allowing a school shooting simulator, which allowed players to take on the role of a gunman on a murderous rampage inside a school, on its online store.

    Steam eventually pulled the video game, dubbed 'Active Shooter', after more than 271,900 people signed an online petition calling for its removal.

    The move appears to have prompted the online retailer, which is owned by Valve, to review its screening policy.

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