The game has already gotten wide coverage in Russia's media, and it turns out the country's Communists aren't too pleased -- which is a shame, because they're like 80% of the target audience. The head of Communists of Russia demanded that the game be banned, while the Communist Party said authorities should investigate it. Stalin's granddaughter herself called for the Kremlin to get involved. We're now trying to picture the government having Chernobyl-type meetings about the Stalin-fucking game.
Here's a Russian news show talking about their long national nightmare:
Quite a few people in Russia felt like giving the developer a piece of their mind. Unfortunately for him, he happens to live there. According to his Reddit AMA, once his identity was leaked to the media he got so many death threats that he had to go into hiding for a while. He had to suspend the game's development because of that, but he's back at work now that things have calmed down, and shared (definitely NSFW) footage of some of the sensual dances Stalin will be performing in the game.
Lewdness aside, it's impressive how much Stalin-dancing technology has advanced in a few years. Just compare those smooth moves to the dancing in the trailer of Stalin vs. Martians, the classic 2013 shovelware game: