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The STM’s issue with the map is the now perennial one - terrorism, or rather their customers’ fear of it. The Escapist report that transit company contacted Liatis to tell him that they worried the map could “create panic among the city’s public transit users”, and therefore would consider legal action if its “copyrighted metro network” appeared in the game.

Liatis had originally requested permission to recreate the station in January, but had been refused. Project programmer Frédéric Denis said that the situation was "ridiculous", and pointed out that terrorists could research the station’s layout in much the same way as his team did.

All of this debate pales in the presence of a more pertinent question, though - is it any good? Check out Liatis and co’s efforts below and let us know.

Thanks, Kotaku.

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