Originally Posted by Jae Onasi
No--it's the company's fault for doing a crappy port. Let's put the blame where the blame belongs. When we PC users buy a game, we expect it to work properly if we meet the minimum recommendations listed on the package. The company that did the port did not live up to their claims.
Some of us prefer to game on our PCs--working with a keyboard is much easier for me than a controller, and I can bind keys the way I want them, not the way the Xbox requires.
And what was that nonsense about playing the game the way it was meant to be played? Well if TFU2 wasn't meant to be played on the PC, then what is it doing here? They made a PC port of it (and I don't much care who "they" are, either - it's an official port and that's enough), so clearly they meant it to be played on the PC as well. It's entirely reasonable to expect the PC version to work just as well as the console versions.