ikillu wrote:I doubt that. Considering the ever increasing lack of games made for the platform, I see a certain decline.
Very few games on the PC I feel I need.
Now, go get Witcher 2 and attempt to play it on this "3-4" year old pc. I want to see how this works out for you.
There are more games being made for PC than ever before. I mean, seriously, I see new stuff on Steam every day. It's pretty well priced too, digital distribution is usually cheaper than buying a physical product, due to lowered production costs.
Now, the games may be taking longer to produce, but that's because the quality and complexity of the games has increased.
There's also the Indie developer market. You have small teams making amazing mods and stand alone games, and they usually cost less than half of what most games by major developers do.
Look at Terraria for instance, it sold 50,000 copies on the first day of it's release, despite that fact that it was leaked and distributed online beforehand.
There may not be as many PC exclusives being made as their used to be, but there will ALWAYS be a market for PC games, especially as technology allows more and more people to get into the development industry.