Op Ed

GameZone - Five Issues With PC Gaming.
Personally, my biggest pet peeve with the PC is the lack of split-screen multiplayer.

Koku Gamer - Sony and Their Perpetual Hole. Thanks Joker961.
Sony has been digging this perpetual hole for itself since it released the PS3. They are probably the company with least amount of concern for the gamer and their relentless self-promoting and attempted cash-cows have cost them a lot this generation, especially considering the PS2 was a juggernaut last generation for doing almost the opposite of what Sony is doing now. One can only wonder what the executives at Sony are thinking when they make these business decisions and I can only say, thank God that platform has managed to get some really great games on it brought to them by third-parties or this could have very well been the end of the PlayStation.

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My biggest issues are terrible ports with absolutely no QA whatsoever. I recently played Dark Athena on my PC. First off, the mouse lag made the game next to unplayable, and the Ambient Occlusion made the performance even worse.

Another thing, tried to play Kane and Lynch 2 on my laptop, after about a minute of TERRIBLE performance, I get a bluescreen. Not fun to experience at all.

Then there is games like Singularity, which shows zero signs of PC testing with it's texture bug, and I believe there is no patch yet.

Conviction is another example. Mouse lag so terrible, performance with no optimization, and the need to always be online. Also, the matchmaking on PC was broken.

That's the main reason I've basically migrated to consoles. And DRM.
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