I do feel obligated to point out that I appreciate the humour of this situation.
A game which depicts a cynical take on corporate practices, which restricts its launch to two exlusive platforms: One of which has established itself by giving people money to go back on their promises, devaluing products by giving them away for free to try and entice people, comes across as generally lacking of features, and whose longevity is questionable; the other whom has upped the minimum requirements for the game from Windows 7 to a platform they previously tried to force people into upgrading to through updates (just because their store requires it), that's often seen in headlines with serious patch-related problems, a company that claims to be committed to this platform - yet is using an exclusive to choke the market to a degree and, as the company behind the main operating systems for the platform, is sending a message that this kind of thing is okay.
nin: This forum is headed for a disaster of biblical proportions.
Blue: What do you mean, "biblical"?
xXBatmanXx: What he means is Old BBS, El Presidente, real wrath of SysOp type stuff.