Uh... yeah. So, consoles told us how to think. Seriously though, I admire his honesty, but it doesn't look good for recent trends in PC devs running the console mills. I'm starting to think that in order to make "the business" take PC gaming more seriously, we're all going to have to take extra jobs and buy 10 copies of each game we like. Oh, and 5 copies of games you don't like. Plus, make sure you go on metacritic and score 10 everytime. On a more positive note, I'm glad there is no multiplayer. I know I don't enjoy games like this with multiplayer and co-op so ten thumbs up for that... We don't want WoW shitting all over our balls. Also, he's right about the view points for this game. I mostly play in first person and only change views to look at how cool I am or to spruce up a walk in the park. Admittedly, it could be that they are doing lovely graphical features on the consoles via different techniques to the PC, but because I don't know what those are, or what I'm talking about in even the vaguest sense, that's all just conjecture.