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Ten Thousand Gamers Petition for Sega PC Ports

"It used to be common knowledge that PC gaming came in waves. It would run strong in the years between console launches, but be forced into the background as fancier Xboxs and Playstations took the stage. Ports of console games generally followed this pattern, with early games remaining exclusive to consoles and later games receiving shoddy ports. This generation however, the rules have changed. Graphics technology has reached a peak, and the continued vitality of the PC platform seems like a given going forward. The ports coming out today are generally on par or superior to their console brethren, and more and more developers are preserving their back catalogs on services like GoG and Steam." - Alex Santa Maria of Geekenstein (PC)

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