Originally Posted by lordikon
Keep longing. Porting a game from PC to consoles is an expensive process. And developers care about money, because it keeps them in business.
That is why games are instead developed for multiple platforms at once, which is why PC gamers are left with games that are using 5-year old tech.
really, cause lots of games are still being made that are PC only. And they still make plenty of money.
Why is trip wire interactive making red orchestra 2 for the PC only, why is cd project making the witcher 2 for PC only, when the witcher was for pc and xbox.
The reason is because those developers have a vision for their game, and it cannot be created on a console.
If you are some monkey working for Activision, you are nothing but a slave making what Activision wants. Seems to me like thats what you might be. All activision, ea, and other big publishers care about is money. The independent developers, and there are still tons, are the people who are creating new and interesting games. Pushing the genre forward.
If developing for consoles is just so much easier than PC, then why was blops about as epic fail as it can get on the PC. Why was new vegas buggy as hell.
You sit here and ride around on your horse talking about things, you claim to be true, when the simple fact is. They arent, you are posting a mere opinion the same as the rest of us. Go blow your "IMMA DEVELOPER" line out to sea, cause it aint floating.Edited by Vhati - 4/1/11 at 12:22pm