you should get your facts straight more console games are pirated then pc games.
10 reasons to hate PC gamers
Yeah when everyone used their PC to pirate PS2 games.
"Thankfully, things have come along in leaps and bounds since then -- unless you're a PC gamer, that is. For some reason, PC gamers have refused to leave the tissue-strewn basement of our inglorious past. Most of 'em still play flight sims, war games and orc-filled RPGs: apparently by choice. They also have serious BO issues, as any LAN tournament will attest."
Pray tell, what is wrong with flight sims, war games and orc-filled RPGs? I wasn't aware your brand of gaming was superior to other, older forms of gaming. If you feel such mediums are outdated, you should say so in a more diplomatic manner.
"Most of 'em still play flight sims, war games and orc-filled RPGs"
I'm sorry, but this is just ridiculous.
People having different tastes to you is an utterly ridiculous claim for why a platform is bad. Stop this ludicrous fishing for hits.
Did you even do any research?
also you kind of stabbed yourself in the foot with this
"PC gamers are always complaining"
Didnt you make this to complain about PC gamers? What the fuck? DO you even read what you write?
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