Steam: Refunds in progress after episodic release

So, friends, this is the kind of news that gets people talking in the gaming community! Steam has decided to offer refunds to its users after a casual release on its platform.

According to, Steam on PC is one of the most popular digital platforms, with over 50,000 games to choose from, as of March 2021. Sometimes there's a little imposter, especially if a game is placed on The Internet was wrongly ahead of its time.

But then, what can we say about a game that was released nearly ten years ago? Well, according to, that's exactly what happened when Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows It appears to have been re-released on Steam.

Developed by Red Fly Studio and published by Activision, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows It was originally released for PC and Xbox 360 in August 2013, before coming to PlayStation 3 in April 2014.

Well, that's true TMNT: Out of the Shadows “It's not a really good game. In fact, on Metacritic, it has a meager 38 rating from critics and a meager 5.4 from users. But we're still talking about the Four Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles here, and some fans are happy to find that vibe.”

Nearly four years after its exclusive digital release, TMNT: Out of the ShadowsIt was removed from all platforms on January 4, 2017, as publisher Activision decided not to renew its TMNT license. so when Out of the shadows It suddenly appeared on Steam, and some users were more than happy to prematurely purchase the game for $14.99.
For those who purchased the game and realized the error, Steam has removed it from its platform and begun refunding money to its customers. Do Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows Will he officially come back someday? Unlikely to be honest, it's a game that would probably be better off in the shadow of New York City.

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However, there is one game that should never be hidden and that is the great game Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge Which we called in our review “a contemporary masterpiece of its kind, and a perfect demonstration of how to revitalize an already well-explored style after many traditional experiments, and make the journey more special than the destination.”

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