Shovelware games company Silicon Echo closes after Valve throws it off of Steam

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"Our reputation is destroyed beyond repair," wails games company with little reputation to destroy

Silicon Echo Studios, a maker of terrible games hawked on Valve Software's Steam PC games download service, has thrown in the towel. It comes just days after Valve's crackdown on 'shovelware' le...

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