Microsoft says it's "doubling down" on PC games

By Emil
Oct 26, 2010
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  1. Yoda8232

    Yoda8232 Newcomer, in training Posts: 145

    Make more support for the PC and Microsoft will be amazed, as will the whole gaming industry. PC gaming is not dead or even close people are just being *****s. Look at Steam and other crap, most PC gamers buy there games online instead of in-store. If Microsoft REALLY wanted to they should be able to make a great competitor to Steam or at least get more games for the PC and less Xbox exclusive titles.
  2. blimp01

    blimp01 TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 157

    thats great, but i dont like buying games online, i just go to the store and get the DVD
  3. Cryptopsy

    Cryptopsy Newcomer, in training Posts: 47

    Microsoft's always late on new things... get updated!! Their gaming console is retarded, their motion controller is retarded, their MSpoints is retarded, even Windows is retarded BUT Congrats for 7 I guess
  4. Richy2k9

    Richy2k9 TechSpot Enthusiast Posts: 515

    hello ..

    i buy on steam, impulse, d2d & soon on some others, well it's all welcome new gaming site.

    cheers
  5. mpribe

    mpribe Newcomer, in training Posts: 29

    I'll believe it when I see it. Over/under on them doing this all over again in 2 years?
  6. Demons

    Demons Newcomer, in training Posts: 52

    Thank goodness. Don't get me wrong, I love my 360, but my PC is so much more powerful now that the 360 is getting kinda old hardware wise. You can't do a good flight sim on a console anyway. My steam collection keeps getting bigger too. This is good news from M$
  7. Se7enVII

    Se7enVII Newcomer, in training Posts: 49

    Microsoft needs to outperform Steam and start making PC Gamers feel like first class citizens instead of second rate nobodies if they want to get anywhere. Making amends for their 360 exclusives that were supposed to be on the PC would be a good start.
  8. IkarugaShiver

    IkarugaShiver Newcomer, in training Posts: 19

    Yeah, sorry, Steam has way too much of a headstart on you there, MS. I highly doubt MS will be able to offer the awesome discounts that Steam offers on games that people ACTUALLY WANT, so... why would anyone move to MS's online distribution platform?
  9. yumdi

    yumdi Newcomer, in training

    I don't want Microsoft "points", or their "game platform". I have my own games that won't play on the Vista 64 - most of them in fact. Microsoft's greed for money has furiously angered people. Jerk those yachets from under the fat executive pants and force them to produce the product they claim to have produced.

    Microsoft blames peoples poor inadequate computers, their faulty game designers, the memory, the graphics, everything but where the problem is - THEMSELVES!


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