Microsoft: "Perception," Not Us, is PC Gaming's Big Problem on Kotaku is a Q&A with Kevin Unangst, senior global director for Windows Gaming at Microsoft (thanks Mike Martinez). The conversation is about the state of PC gaming in which the interviewer expresses the opinion that Games for Windows initiatives are part of the problem. Kevin disagrees, and puts up a vigorous defense of Games for Windows, Vista, DirectX 10, and offers familiar explanations for declining NPD game sales figures, citing MMOG subscriptions, casual games, and sales over services like Steam as gaming revenue streams not tracked by the NPD. The article's conclusion is the source of its headline, telling those seeking a decline that these are not the droids they are looking for:
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