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38. Re: No GFWL for Batman: Arkham Origins - GFWL & AOE Online Ending Next Year? Aug 20, 2013, 09:55 Total-Khaos
InBlack wrote on Aug 20, 2013, 03:17:
Total-Khaos wrote on Aug 20, 2013, 02:34:
MxxCon wrote on Aug 20, 2013, 02:09:
PC Market thrives on competition, not monopoly!

Sorry, I completely disagree. The PC market needs a monopoly to thrive. There are so many various combinations of PC hardware / software nowadays that it is getting really hard (and expensive) to support everything available to consumers. People love Steam because of the simple interface and the fact that most games are available on that digital distribution platform. I personally want just ONE place to get all my games, as do most people. Why do you think everyone despises Origin? Forcing people to use a digital distribution system to play your games instead of catering to the masses (Steam) was a really poor business decision and it just causes customer backlash. It is really no wonder why people are jumping from the PC ship.

You have no idea what drives growth and innovation do you?? You are wrong.

Actually, I do, and the PC market has been slowly fading away. Half-assed ports started showing up when the console gaming market exploded and PC gamers have been burned multiple times as a result on some pretty well known AAA titles. GTA4 ring a bell? The list goes on. 15-20 years ago, the PC market dominated because you simply couldn't get PC quality titles on your Nintendo or Genesis. Oh, how the tables have turned...
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