ItBurn wrote on Sep 19, 2013, 10:50:
What that actually means is that they couldn't give two shits about the PC and that we should be thankful that they even gave us the courtesy of a port.
Err no, I don't know where you're inferring that attitude from but it didn't come from the developer. It's a bad port, no one disagrees that its a bad port and they admitted it was a bad port and said they will try to do better. It likely wasn't technically or financially feasible for them to go back and gut it when they were already working on the sequel. It sucks but these things happen in the industry. From is a very small developer with no PC experience in a market where PC gaming is practically non-existent, this is not Blizzard here. I get disappointment but the anger seems like an overreaction, they aren't driving around in Ferrari's with the PC sales of this or something. Fans really wanted this and petitioned them endlessly for it, they were really upfront about its limitations and later took full responsibility for its shortcomings which is more than I can say for most major publishers these days.
Anyways that's all water under the bridge, what matters now is what they deliver next year. They've said they learned a lot about making a multiplatform title so I suspect they will deliver something more palatable to everyone. If you want to boycott all of their games in the future then that's your right, I think it's a shame to miss out on great games personally but to each his own.This comment was edited on Sep 19, 2013, 11:13.
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