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^Implying that piracy is not a problem on consoles, LOL. Implying that connecting a PC to a big TV screen is a problem, ROTFL. No offence, but you just made some big claims, without any arguments backing them up. Couldn't help it, I had to reply.Also this: http://www.pcr-online.biz/news/read/pc-games-have-surpassed-console-games-globally/033849It's true that there is more piracy on the pc platform, but assuming that even 50% of the people who downloaded a pirated copy of the game would buy it in the first place, if piracy didn't exist, is ridiculous. Also as in the link above, pc market brings more money then any of the console platforms.
No, I don't hope they port the games to PC. Pirating would make porting not profitable at all.And playing the Klonoa games on a big TV screen = FTW.
@the_daraiI mean, the consoles used to be convenient. All you had to do was insert the disk, and you could start the game. What about the current gen? Now the only console that plays straight from the disk is Wii U. Now it is more like this:- insert the game - install it- wait until it downloads an update, because the developers didn't even bother finishing the game to the point it is actually playable - wait until it installs the update - playWhat is the advantage of consoles nowadays? Maybe they are a little bit more affordable, but on the other hand, STEAM offers some crazy deals, that easily will make up for the price.