Although the new year has brought a lot of new game announcements, it has also forced a few games to be removed from Steam.
Aliens: Colonial Marines
The Sega/Gearbox courtroom drama has gotten a little more interesting this week, with Sega throwing some new accusations Gearbox's way
Sega has tentatively agreed to pay out a cool $1.25 million as part of a settlement in a class action lawsuit brought to them and Gearbox Software in regards to Aliens: Colonial Marines.
In an ongoing lawsuit filed for Aliens: Colonial Marines' being falsely advertised, Gearbox Software has distanced itself from Sega, claiming that it funded the game and never saw any royalties from the Sonic publisher.
Aliens: Colonial Marines is well known for needing a bit of … work, let’s say. The game suffers from a variety of glitches and problems in both its single and multiplayer modes. We have known for a while that Gearbox was working on fixing some of these problems, and PAX East gave them the chance to give us even more info.