Submitted by Ixon 2050d ago | article

On One's Own: Machinarium, XBLA and Why It Matters

DIYGamer writes: "What really boggles the mind is the fact that Microsoft has passed on a game, a winner of multiple awards, simply because it also has a Mac and Linux version available. Not that any of this behavior is news to people who have followed Microsoft for any length of time, but the strict application of the same old paradigms is incredibly archaic. It feels like Microsoft has taken two steps backward for every one forward." (Machinarium, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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