SHARE reports: “Digital Homicide’s efforts to sue YouTuber and games journalist Jim Sterling over his criticism of the game Slaughtering Grounds has ended. Sterling dubbed the first-person shooter one of the worst games of 2014 and a failure. Developer Digital Homicide’s James Romine reacted by accusing Sterling – real name James Stanton – of deliberately not playing the game correctly to obtain attention. He sued Jim Sterling for libel, slander and assault for $10m. The lawsuit included charging Sterling for the legal research that James Romine had to do.”

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