Game Developer Volition Still Sees Value in PC Titles Despite Piracy

Tagged: Gaming PC, Gaming
Source: Daily Tech - Read the full article
Posted: 5 years 31 weeks ago

"Some people say PC is dying. Some people say PC is the future," said Eric Barker, studio manager of video game developer Volition. "PC is the most variable, because it depends on what you've got under the hood. For us, the key thing was making sure the PC version was done in-house." Barker is talking about the PC versions of Volition's "Saints Row: The Third" and "Red Faction: Armageddon," which are both due to be released in 2011. Barker has no doubt that the PC versions of both games will be worth the time and money needed to develop them."



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of course there's still value...all games start to introduce multiplayer where you need the real game to play..i personally love buying collector editions for PC, has the price of a normal console game

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