Steam's Community Is Already Trolling The New Call Of Duty

Steam's Community Is Already Trolling The New Call of Duty

Remember Steam's tag feature, which lets users label games with anything they'd like — provided the tags aren't abusive or spoilery? They have struck again, and this time their target is Call of Duty.

If you look at Call of Duty's Steam page right now, you'll come across this (click to expand to see the text clearly):

Steam's Community Is Already Trolling The New Call of Duty

Notice the tags? Kawaii, point and click, and so on? People decided to label Call of Duty that stuff. And if you click to see what other tags people are using, you'll see this:

Steam's Community Is Already Trolling The New Call of Duty

And thanks to those tags, when you try to look at more games that are like Call of Duty, Steam recommends these titles:

Steam's Community Is Already Trolling The New Call of Duty
Steam's Community Is Already Trolling The New Call of Duty

Some of these recommendations make sense — like other Call of Duty games, or maybe Wolfenstein. But Putt Putt and Freddi Fish? Ha. Oh, Steam. Just goes to show, even unreleased games aren't safe from Steam player's wrath.


Comments

    Well considering the developers and marketing team are using Kevin Spacey to advertise the game, it would make sense to have that as a Steam tag.

    How many of those will end up buying the game? Still funny http://0-media-cdn.foolz.us/ffuuka/board/m/image/1390/93/1390937316685.png

    thanks for making my work day that much better :) stuff like this is the reason i keep coming back to Kotaku!

    Outlast ._.
    NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NO NOooOoOOOoo

    Can't stop laughing. These are my favourite articles.

    Lol when I saw putt putt, I thought it was the car farting.

    *tin foil hat on* Or maybe some clever indy devs have figured out how to use the user tagging system to get their games show up in the recommendations of super popular games. *tin foil hat off*.

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