Neoseeker : News : Assassin's Creed II PC pushed to 2010
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bruceleethree Sep 24, 09
Simply hysterical.

They think theyll make more sales this way. Where in reality you'll increase piracy if you do this. People will have played it by the time it comes to PC and they won't feel any need to buy it.

Your chances are higher at release date as anticipation has peaked.
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chautemoc Sep 24, 09
I think that's the point for some companies -- get as many sales on consoles as possible where piracy is minimized.
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Saransh Comsole Sep 24, 09
I can't wait so long!

*takes out his 360 from the graveyard*
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Darkness Flame Sep 24, 09
Well, so long as ACII doesn't freeze up every time I try to kill someone unless I'm offline, I'll be happy.
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Saransh Comsole Sep 24, 09
quote Darkness Flame
Well, so long as ACII doesn't freeze up every time I try to kill someone unless I'm offline, I'll be happy.
did AC1 do that?
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kspiess Sep 24, 09
Is it just me , or does it seem like the vast majority of PC titles are delayed? It has to be at least over 50%
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The Smith Sep 24, 09
If they delay it until 2010, they better make use of the new DX11!
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THM Sep 24, 09
PC titles are commonly delayed and recently assumed by developers and publishers as a secondary profit market because combined console market of Xbox 360 and PS3 sometimes seem to overwhelm PC gaming market.

As a matter of fact, they usually give a high priority to console games; that trend is also becoming a pretty mundane marketing strategy, though.

Motto of Ezio from Assassin Creed II: Console first, PC later, Women in middle... Hee Hee...
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