”Rape day” is described on the site as a visual, interactive novel where you can choose to ”harass, kill and rape women”. It contains ”violence, sexual abuse, obscene language, necrophilia and incest” and is illustrated by 500 pictures and more than 7,000 words, writes Variety.
that the owners of the Steam would not put up the game, which has now happened. On its website, writes that:
”We respect the developers ' desire to express themselves, and the purpose of Steam is to help developers find their audience, but this developer has chosen the content, and a way to show it up which makes it very difficult for us to help them with it.”
Steam is a mjukvarutjänst to play online and download games. It has 50 million daily users. It is the largest platform for PC-users and own 75% of the PC gaming market.
”Rape day” is not the first controversial game they choose to take away. In the last year was the ”Active shooter” away, which is a simulator for the school shootings.