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 May 04, 2010 - 12:10 PM - by Michael
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Time for a new Musings column: NY News Today's op-ed about PC Gaming, and "Oh, shuddup. PC gaming isn?t going anywhere." - well, perhaps that isn't quite the case.

PC Gaming of the past, true, is seeing a resurgence. The larger problem for today is that as much as one wants to say otherwise, PC Gaming is on life support; most game makers these days are console-centric, and with the exception of maybe one or two development houses, the best gamers can hope for from some pretty legendary PC game lines in the future may be ports of bad console iterations.
 

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