Microsoft Fails PC Gamers?

Microsoft Fails PC Gamers on Daily Game (thanks Voodoo Extreme) offers some harsh criticism of Microsoft's Games for Windows initiative. Taking MS to task for Vista-only games, the shortcomings of the PC editions of Halo 2 and Shadowrun, and premium functionality that's free in existing applications, the article asks, with tongue-in-cheek, whether Redmond is trying to kill off PC gaming altogether. Turning to constructive criticism, the piece then offers several suggestions on how to address their complaints.
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Offer some proof that pc gaming is dying toadeater. I read recently that PC gaming is on a significant upsurge from last year's drought.

New here? It's already been reported on several sites that the sales figures presented in these "PC Gaming is on the upswing" articles are unusually high because they count MMO fees.

That's the real problem. It isn't that PC gaming is dying, it's that MMORPGs are pushing out the traditional single player RPG and casuing _them_ to die.

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