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  • Valve posted a blog addressing how it plans to deal with positive Steam review bombs. 1 / 9

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  • The blog responds to Assassin's Creed: Unity's recent flood of positive Steam reviews. 2 / 9

  • Which stem from Ubisoft's support of the Notre Dame cathedral after the damage caused by a fire earlier this year. 3 / 9

  • Valve removes negative reviews that trash games for reasons outside of its actual quality. 4 / 9

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  • However, Valve is unsure if its rules for negative review bombs applies to positive ones. 5 / 9

  • The blog is a confusing piece with Valve pondering its own definition of "off-topic" reviews. 6 / 9

  • It also asks users to redefine the meaning of review bombing. 7 / 9

  • Valve doesn't make a definitive stance, ultimately deciding to leave Unity alone for now. 8 / 9

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