People are coming down on either side of this issue, calling it censorship or the "workings of a free market."
Over on Twitter, I did state my opinion on the matter and the game:
It isn't censorship when a store doesn't want to carry something. It is the free market in action.I think that there are a lot of people, including the creator of the game, who are using controversy and bad things happening to people in order to build a higher internet profile for themselves. How is that working out? I'm never going to think that profiteering off of the anguish of others is a good thing.
— Christopher Helton (@dorkland) December 6, 2014
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