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I'm coming off the back of a pretty solid fever, so the weekend is a perfect time to recover. But while I'll be doing that, I'll be watching my partner recover in her own way -- which undoubtedly means a good deal of Fire Emblem.
Back in 2015, Valve got sued by a French consumer organisation called UFC-Que Choisir (not to be confused with non-French, non-consumer organisation the Ultimate Fighting Championship). UFC-Que Choisir had a multitude of bones to pick with the longtime Steam steward, the biggest among them being that Steam doesn’t let users resell their games. Four years later, a French court has ruled in UFC-Que Choisir’s favour. Valve plans to appeal.