Surely all of us have that one game that didn't turn out the way we wanted or was lacking in some way, basically buyer's remorse but when do you just boycott a developer?
Considering the recent events :
We're filing a DMCA takedown of PewDiePie's Firewatch content and any future Campo Santo games.— Sean Vanaman (@vanaman) September 10, 2017
Basically he places a DMCA attack on PewDiePie because he used a racist word in a video while playing PUBG.
The DMCA is for a video made 2 years ago and they have already a statement on their website about Let's Plays and monitization for those videos; they gave the OK ages ago.
Obviously doing a retroactive takedown is a shitty thing to do but people are fighting back with boycotting the developer and all its future games.
This is ofcourse beyond buyer's remorse but when do you stop supporting a developer, even if they make games you might enjoy?
Personally i'd support they boycott as a retroactive DMCA is just plain shitty thing to do and not even related to a video that has your own game in it.
I know alot of people stopped buying Assassin's Creed games after Unity came out, have you ever been burned by a game so badly that you didn't want to support the developer anymore?
The biggest of such "burns" i'd gotten was from Fallout 4, i'm not boycotting Bethesda though but i'm defiantly not getting anymore of their games on Day 1.
I'm sure alot of people are going to have strong opinions one way or the other but let's keep it related to video games.