Ripten follows up on a recent story from Total Video Games that quoted Epic's Cliff Bleszinski saying piracy concerns factored into their decision to not create a PC edition of Gears of War 2 (story). They contacted Mark Rein, who speaks of piracy in the context of the newly formed PC Gaming Alliance: "This issue is something we’re looking at as a group …" But in describing their reasons for eschewing the PC for the shooter sequel, he makes no mention of piracy: "The reason we decided not to develop Gears 2 for PC was so that we could focus our resources on making Gears 2 the best possible Xbox 360 game it could be rather than splitting them across multiple platforms like we did with the first one. I think Gears 2 will be a better game for it and that this was the right decision." Thanks N4G.
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