Posts Tagged ‘Digital Homicide’

IPE: Romine V Sterling Lawsuit Dismissed With Prejudice

The lawsuit by ex-Steam developer James Romine against Youtube personality James Stanton (Jim Sterling) looks like it is officially over, as Romine has presented stipulation for dismissal. The lawsuit, which started more than a year ago, has been dismissed with prejudice, meaning Romine cannot bring the same charges by the same evidence back into court […]

Homicide By Any Other Name: The Latest On The Romine Case

Here at MMO Fallout, the dead truly never stay¬†down, and nothing says painstaking existence quite like the story of Digital Homicide and the lawsuit by James Romine against Jim Sterling. Those of you new to this discussion are going to have to read the archives, after going on two years of discussing what Digital Homicide […]

IPE: Romine V Stanton Lawsuit Dismissed, With Special Caveat

You thought it was over but it wasn’t, or at least it soon will be. James Romine’s lawsuit against Jim Sterling may have hit its final note after a long and rather ridiculous back and forth, with the revelation that the lawsuit has been dismissed. For the course of this lawsuit, you may have been […]

Digital Homicide’s Business Destroyed, Lawsuit Against Steam Users Ends

The lawsuit by James Romine against 100 unknown Steam users has come to an end. A few days ago, Romine filed a motion for extension of time or dismissal without prejudice, effectively asking the court to either grant him more time or to kill the case until a future date. The reason, as stated in […]

[Breaking] DigiHom Update: All Games Disappear From Store Front

Relations between Digital Homicide and Valve appear to have gone sour, with sparse details and speculation running rampant after all of Digital Homicide’s games were pulled from Steam one by one earlier today. The news comes on the heels of the revelation that James Romine, owner of indie game developer Digital Homicide, had subpoena’d Valve […]

James Romine Subpoenas Valve For Steam User Details

Digital Homicide’s James Romine has filed a subpoena against Valve in Phoenix to discover the identities of what appears to be 100 anonymous users who had made statements about the company in the past. The documents were filed and the subpoena granted this week. The case has been assigned to Magistrate Judge Eileen Willett. Romine […]

DigiHom Update: Some Clarification

To our readers, Last week, MMO Fallout published a piece titled “DigiHom Update: Tons of Games Disappear From Greenlight.” Since its publishing, we have received word from Digital Homicide over several inaccurate statements in the article. According to these statements, the games we noted that were removed from Greenlight were voluntarily removed and not by […]

DigiHom Update: Tons of Games Disappear From Greenlight

[Update: Several errors have been fixed or clarified in bold below. MMO Fallout apologizes for the inconvenience] Digital Homicide’s James Romine may be throwing a temper tantrum right now, and for good reason: Close to two dozen of his games have been removed from Steam. We’ve been covering Digital Homicide filling its Greenlight queue up […]

IPE Update: Digital Homicide Needs A Lawyer

(Update: This detail was pointed out by a reader. The document has been stamped as “not in proper form” and “subject to rejection by the court.) Small IPE update this week. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, but Digital Homicide is in severe need of a lawyer. Today’s update is just two […]

[Column] Valve’s Constantly Changing Position On DigiHom

[Update: we have received notice from Digital Homicide that the issue below is due to an error in the Steam API, and not part of any deliberate decision by Valve. We apologize for the error.] The game above is Daisy’s Sweet Time Cupcake Mania, one of numerous clone games up on Greenlight by esteemed developer […]