The Last of Us, the first PS masterpiece that landed on PC platform, had a rough debut and received a lot of bad reviews on Steam platform:
Out of 3,505 reviews, 2,355 were negative, not far from the tide of negative reviews (less than 20% positive). Most of the bad reviews were related to poor port quality rather than controversial story or gameplay, which is perfectly natural for such a prestigious classic, and perhaps the port's Iron Galaxy is to blame:
Iron Galaxy has a track record of botching ports, from Uncharted: Legend of Thieves to PC's Arkham Knight, which forced Warner to pull the game from sale at one point, to the next biggest hit, Cyberpunk 2077, which the Poles botched on consoles.
PC dads were disappointed that Naughty Dog outsourced the port to Iron Galaxy, saying that they would have placed orders carefully if they had known it was Iron Galaxy. The Steam merchandise page has not corrected this information, and the developer is still listed as Naughty Dog.
Iron Galaxy's CEO had worked at SIE for a few years before, as a PlayStation VP in charge of publishing and third party relationships, and probably got a lot of playstation ports from SONY through that relationship.
On the other hand, there are rumors that Microsoft is teaming up with Blizzard to launch a special edition Diablo 4 console.
One uncle claimed that the D4 Special Edition console did not include the game, but it was sold as if it had been bundled with the game and released on the same day.
Previously Diablo series director Rod Fergusson made it clear that D4 would not be coming to XGP, and that if you wanted to play it, you would have to buy it. Players with itchy palms who played the beta can look forward to this special Edition console, and if you bundle the game together, you're killing two birds with one stone. Not only does the D4 support gamepads natively, it also enables cross-platform gaming by default, theoretically allowing players to play with their friends regardless of which platform they choose.
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