They say games shouldn't "force" users to "install a Trojan Horse." Impulse and Gamersgate have joined D2D in their stance.
"We don't believe games should force the user to install a Trojan Horse", Direct2Drive told Kotaku. So they aren't just super upset over no dedicated servers for PC?
They said they found the forced inclusion of Steam's storefront in the game and various others like Empire: Total War and Dawn of War II to be wrong. They'll stop selling titles bundled like this until Valve "decoupled its retail marketplace" from Steam.
D2D are adamant they aren't blaming Activision and have offered discounts on some of the publisher's titles to show their sincerity on the matter. Impulse and Gamersgate have joined D2D in not digitally stocking the Infinity Ward shooter.
What say you on this digital rebellion, videogamer?