I don't think we have a thread for this (the Search doesn't let me look for those terms), and this 'game' recently launched on Steam to howls of of frustration, accusations of fraud and deceit, and demands for refunds. "The War Z" is a new 'zombie survival MMO' by Hammerpoint which looks similar to the Day Z mod for ARMA II; some players allege that this game was rushed out and given a similar title to deceive people into assuming it was the standalone version of Day Z that is currently in development. All subjective, of course, but Hammerpoint is doing plenty of other sketchy things that aren't exactly encouraging. Some other interesting bits: - The developers originally promised lots of features that are currently nowhere to be found, including in-game friends lists (none), level-able character skills (none), several large maps included at launch (only one small map included), and up to 100 players per server (actually 50). The War Z's lead, Sergey Titov (of Big Rigs fame?) dismissed these claims as "misinterpretations" by players, but the game's Steam page has since changed to remove the most egregious false claims. (A screencap of the original store page text is included in that article.) - Hammerpoint copy-pasted League of Legends' TOS and released it with their own product. The TOS still included a link to the LoL website when it was released with War Z - The TOS has since been changed several times, and now includes a clause that forces players to waive their right to a refund before playing the game. Fraud much? - Players who did request refunds prior to the TOS change are being vaguely threatened with "the global blacklist for non-trusted users," implying that some online services may refuse service in the future if the player goes ahead with the refund request. - The latest patch implemented a new four-hour respawn delay after dying in the game. Players can circumvent that four-hour cooldown by purchasing tokens from Hammerpoint for real-world cash. Apparently F2P-style microtransactions were never in the original description of the game, leading some players to allege a bait-and-switch. (It's worth noting that the game has an initial $15 purchase price.) - Hammerpoint's own community mod that runs the Steam Community forum for The War Z has aggressively banned players who criticize the game and deleted threads containing unflattering information. Valve staff have since stepped in to assess the situation. Yet despite these issues, the game is currently the number one Top Seller on Steam. Go figure.