The Xbox Creation Collection is the Xbox’s equivalent of Steam Direct, a place where indie devs used the Xbox Live Creators Program to build and ship their creations. A cheeky dev then decides that a game about Logan Paul’s controversial trip to the Suicide Forest in Japan would be a good game to create under the Xbox banner.. Right until twitter user @Bearskopff pointed that out.
Is this a joke? Just decided to check out the Creators Collection on the Xbox Marketplace and found a free, PEGI 3 rated game based on Logan Paul’s trip to Aokighara Forest… pic.twitter.com/i5XIW7OLvn
— ? (@Bearskopff) January 30, 2018
If that isn’t enough attention, then comes in Larry Hryb (aka Major Nelson), the face of Xbox on this matter:
This is being taken care of.
— ? Larry Hryb ? ⚓ (@majornelson) January 31, 2018
Safe to say that the game has been removed at the time of writing.
Major props for Microsoft and Xbox on highlighting and listening to customer feedback. Really shows that this company is doing their hardest to connection with the players and with more positive news like this, it’ll help them in the long run.
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