InfoAddict: If you're a hardcore PC gamer then you are used to hearing excuses as to why certain games only appear on consoles. Usually, these reasons take the form of "limited funding", "not enough time", or the ever-popular "PC games don't sell like the console counterparts." All valid excuses. So when Remedy, the creators behind the flashlight simulator Alan Wake, made it clear their game wouldn't be coming to PC rigs, their excuse struck me as downright bizarre.
Remedy's reasoning lacks any semblance of logic. It just comes across as an utterly strange thing to say. Honesty would have worked just fine here, something like "Piracy is an issue on the PC."